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JV2 BOYS SOCCER TEAM UNDEFEATED

By Jaylan Davis, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


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The JV2 boys soccer team has an undefeated record (12-0) so far this season. “It’s going well as far as wins, but we need to work on controlling the ball,” Jaime Vasquez said. Forward Eric Arreola and right wing forward Martin Murillo said they work well as a team.   Both freshmen have pl...

FOUR MEN’S WRESTLERS ADVANCE TO REGIONALS

FOUR MEN’S WRESTLERS ADVANCE TO REGIONALS

By Martin Villasenor Jr., Staff Writer

February 13, 2019


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The men’s wrestling team is doing better this year than last year, but the team can always improve, head coach Jonathan Cruz said. “I’m confident that at least eight of our students would make regionals,” he said. “Everyone is in high-spirits and ready to roll.” Senior Victor Omoboyowa sa...

NEXT STOP: STATE

NEXT STOP: STATE

By Yesenia Vargas, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


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The girls cross country team will work on advancing from regionals to the state meet next season. “The season was actually great,” junior Yureni Gutierrez said. “I’m still hoping to get better for next year.”   Head coach David Hill said the best meet for the team was the district meet because...

LADY TEXAN BASKETBALL WILL USE TEAMWORK TO IMPROVE THIS SEASON

By Hailey Hernandez, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018


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This season the varsity girls basketball team will focus on communication on and off the court and on making the team better overall, junior Jimena Cortez said. Cortez said she’s working hard physically and hopes the team makes it all the way to the playoffs. “So far, I feel good and confide...

FRESHMEN FOOTBALL WILL WORK ON BLOCKING, TACKLING FOR NEXT SEASON

FRESHMEN FOOTBALL WILL WORK ON BLOCKING, TACKLING FOR NEXT SEASON

By Luis Herrera, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


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This year’s freshman football season was better than last year, head coach Scott Chance said. “The kids were more skilled this year than they were last year,” he said. “We had more talent than we did last year, I guess you can say.” Personally, this season was horrible, freshman Just...

HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS SEASON

HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS SEASON

By Moises Castro, Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2018


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Head coach Joey Rodriguez has high hopes to win the state championship this soccer season, as the program just wrapped up tryouts Nov. 28. Last year the varsity team did not make it past the second round of area play-offs. Two years ago, the team advanced to the state semifinals and lost to Dalla...

VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM DETERMINED TO MAKE A MARK

VARSITY SOFTBALL TEAM DETERMINED TO MAKE A MARK

By Sarah Cruz and Daisy Arreguin

May 30, 2018


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Two first team all district players, two second team all district players, two honorable mentions, and three district games were won during the 2018 softball season. “You learn something new everyday,” varsity softball head coach Kimberly Born said. “It's always a pleasure to coach the softbal...

TEXANS STRENGTHEN OFFENSE, DEFENSE FOR NEXT SEASON

TEXANS STRENGTHEN OFFENSE, DEFENSE FOR NEXT SEASON

By Alejandro Rivera and Luis Herrera

May 24, 2018


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To improve its playoff chances for the 2018-19 season the varsity football team will work on its offensive and defensive plays, assistant head coach Antonio Stinson said. “Ideally, we would like to be a play off team, which means we have to finish in the top four within in our new district,” he sa...

VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM WILL WORK TOWARD A BETTER SEASON

VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM WILL WORK TOWARD A BETTER SEASON

By Juana Rodriguez, Journalism Reporter

May 24, 2018


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The scoreboard doesn’t describe how good the varsity baseball season was, but they always judge their year on how the students came together as a team, head coach Scott Chance said. “My coaching goal is to motivate kids to always be better than they were yesterday,” he said. “Being positi...

ADJUSTMENT SEASON: VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM LOOKS FORWARD TO A BETTER SEASON NEXT YEAR

ADJUSTMENT SEASON: VARSITY BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM LOOKS FORWARD TO A BETTER SEASON NEXT YEAR

By Andrew Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief

April 26, 2018


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The varsity boys basketball team finished their season with a record of 7-19. Head coach Darrin Session said the team had ups and downs this season, but they finished strong. “I think we connected very well with them,” Session said. “I think we’re changing their mind sets as far as what...

ARCHERY SHOOTS ITS WAY TO STATE

ARCHERY SHOOTS ITS WAY TO STATE

By Gloria Gatica, Staff Writer

February 16, 2018


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Two students qualified for the archery state finals March 22. “It feels nice finally having someone from Sam to go to state,” archery sophomore Jacquelyne Herrera said. “I was so excited that my teammates did because Sam’s never gone to state for archery before.” Senior Christopher "Tann...

TRY SOMETHING NEW: JOIN THE CHEER SQUAD

TRY SOMETHING NEW: JOIN THE CHEER SQUAD

By Diego Perez, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018


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The cheer team will host a parent and student assembly at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Little Theater. “It’s giving information to parents and to students about cheerleading who would like to try out,” head coach Ronda Sherrill said. “They can get the information about what it takes to become a c...

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