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Indians Named Academic All-State

Posted by Nathan Flynt on March 19, 2014

Mark Bocanegra was named to the Texas High School Powerlifiting Association (THSPA) All-State first team.

Teammate, Enrique Lugo was named to the THSPA second team.

Congratulations on your accomplishments! e_lugo m_boca

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Squaw Lifters Compete at State Meet

Posted by Nathan Flynt on March 19, 2014

Jourdanton Girl’s State Powerlifting Meet Results

            Caitlynn Cordova, Esperanza Delgado and Ashley Romero traveled to Corpus Christi to compete in the THSWPA State Meet on March 14, 2014. The squaws lifted well and battled against the top girls from across Texas.

  • Caitlynn Cordova totaled 790lbs and finished 8th in the 165 class.
  • Esperanza Delgado totaled 750lbs and finished 6th in the 132lb class.
  • Ashley Romero totaled 800lbs and finished 7th in the 148lb class.

Coach Berry and Coach Fogle wish to express their thanks to all the girls who participated in powerlifting this year. Thanks for a great season.

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Brush Country Relays – Pleasanton – Results

Posted by Shelby Jimenez on March 7, 2014

 

Varsity Boys

1600 M Run

Matthew Quiroga – 4th

3200 M Run

Matthew Quiroga – 4th

800 M Relay

Team: Austin Borrego, Diego Huddleston, Landun Camacho, Eric Wheeler – 2nd

110 Hurdles

Stephen Hines – 4th

300 M Hurdles

Ian Hons – 1st

Shot Put

Justin Brister 4th place

Discus

Justin Brister  – 4th

Enrique Lugo – 1st

Triple Jump

Stephen Hines – 5th

Team Finished 5th Place

 

JV Boys

100 M Dash

Casey Fuentes – 1st

Evyn Guerrero – 2nd

200 M Dash

Robert Kinsel -4th

Baker Livingston – 3rd

400 M Dash

Darrin Loza – 6th

Coleman Hughes – 2nd

800 M Run

Fabian Reyna – 4th

400 M Relay

Team: Neco Camarillo, Evyn Guerrero, Robert Kinsel, Tony Romo – 4th

800 M Relay

Team: Neco Camarillo, Evyn Guerrero, Baker Livingston, Robert Kinsel - 3th

1600 M Relay

Team: Coleman Hughes, Jared Meyer, Darrin Loza, Tony Romo – 4th

Long Jump

Tony Romo – 3rd

Shot Put

James Castillo – 5th

Discus

James Castillo – 4th

Triple Jump

Fabian Reyna – 3rd

High Jump

Darrin Loza – 5th

Pole Vault

Fabian Reyna – 5th

Team Finished 3rd Place

Great job boys!

 

 

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Annual JHS Winterguard contest

Posted by Hannah Linsday on February 27, 2014

On Saturday, March 1st, Jourdanton High School will host a contest for 2014 participants in the Texas Educational Colorguard Association.

This contest will be the largest in attendance this year until the two state competitions at the end of March.

With 46 guards and 16 percussion units performing throughout the day, there is plenty of work all day long for the high school students and their family.

The first guard will perform at 9:30 in the morning and the final retreat will be at 9:45 at night.

The Jourdanton Novice guard will perform their show, “Kiss The Girl,” at 10:40 a.m. and the Varsity guard will perform “Moonlight” at 8:50 p.m.

Aspiring volunteers are encouraged to talk to Mr. Flynt about helping out at any time on Saturday.

Admission is only $3 for students and $5 for adults, so come out and support both Jourdanton groups!

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Jourdanton Winterguards Off To Good Start

Posted by Nathan Flynt on January 28, 2014

The Jourdanton ELITE Varsity and JV Winterguards took the floor for their first contests of the season on Saturday, January 25 at Palmview High School in Mission.

The JV competed in the Novice class with their show entitled “Kiss the Girl” featuring music from the Disney musical The Little Mermaid.  The guard finished in sixth place.

The Varsity competes in the Scholastic AAA class.  Their show is entitled “Uncharted Territory” and features the song Uninvited by Alanis Morissette.  They finished in third place.

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Squaw Basketball

Posted by Cassandra Reyes on January 16, 2014

The first round of district play is over for the Jourdanton Squaws, who finished the beginning of their season with only 2 district losses. The Squaws’ huge win on Friday, January 10th against the Cotulla Cowgirls, secured them the third place spot in District 29. The second round of district play started on Tuesday, January 14th, when the Squaws defeated The Brooks Academy Bengals 61-16. The Squaws are headed in the right direction, and you can expect to see them in the playoffs for the first time since 2010.

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Lambs Show at Atascosa County Livestock Show

Posted by mmuckleroy on January 16, 2014

Its Stockshow season! All kids who showed lambs made the trip up to the show barn early in the morning to begin their day of showing. they washed, weighed, brushed, and prepped the lambs so that they would look their absolute best in the show ring. The show started at 2:15 with the first class of Finewools. Everybody showed to their fullest. Here are the highest placings of all breeds:

Finewool:
Champion- Kloe Burris
Reserved Champion- Sydney Blair

Southdown:
Champion- Kylyn Smithy
Reserved Champion- Kristin Muller

Crosses:
Champion- Cheyenne Northcut
Reserved Champion- Kord Northcut

Blacks:
Champion- Kord Northcut
Reserved Champion- Kathryn Klumb

Grand Champion Lamb- Kord Northcut
Reserved Grand Champion- Kathryn Klumb

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State Champions

Posted by kklumb on January 16, 2014

On December 6, 2013, the Sr. Quiz team won the State LDE Contest at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.

The will get the chance to compete at the 2014 National Quiz Contest in October.

The team consisted of:

Amanda Lanier- 2nd high individual

Kathryn Klumb- 11th high individual

Kloe Burris- 13th high individual

Kaitlin Hindes

Congratulations and good luck!

 

 

 

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All Area Band Results

Posted by Cody Chambers on January 16, 2014

On January 11, 13 members of the Mighty Indian Band competed at the ATSSB Area Band auditions.

The competitors and their place were:

Hannah Lindsay- Flute     5th

Michelle Carrasco- Clarinet     7th

Jasmine Jones- Clarinet     7th

Kathryn Krauskopf- Bass Clarinet     4th

Ashley Dillard- Bass Clarinet     5th

Yvonne Longoria- Contrabass Clarinet     2nd

Adrianna Garcia- Alto Saxophone     4th

Samantha Muckleroy- French Horn     1st

Schery Garcia- Trombone     5th

Taylor Torres- Trombone     8th

Cody Chambers- Tuba     1st

Ernesto Velasquez- Percussion     8th

Brandon Alvarez- Percussion     9th

Muckleroy and Chambers qualified for the All State Band and will only have to compete for a chair in the 2A ATSSB State Concert Band.

They will attend the TMEA Clinic/Convention from February 12-15 and will perform in a band with the top musicians of the five other areas across the state of Texas at the Henry B. Convention Center at 9:30 a.m.

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Power Lifting Results from Crystal City

Posted by Nathan Flynt on January 13, 2014

The Jourdanton Boys Powerlifting team participated in the Crystal City Invitational Meet held January 11, 2014. The following athletes lifted at the meet: Colton Rodriguez, Morgan Olivarri, Brandon De Los Santos, Matthew Fanno, Baker Livingston, Zach Vyvlecka, Marc Flores, Thomas Gaither, Andre Ortiz and Ross Reynolds.

 

  • Colton Rodriguez placed 3rd in the 123lb class with a 720lb total.
  • Brandon De Los Santos placed 4th in the 148lb class with an 815lb total.
  • Matt Fanno placed 5th in the 165lb class with an 855lb total.
  • Ross Reynolds placed 5th in the 242lb class with a 1000lb total.
  • Baker Livingston totaled 930lb in the 181lb class.
  • Zach Vyvlecka totaled 840lb in the 181lb class.
  • Marc Flores totaled 675lb in the 198lb class.
  • Thomas Gaither totaled 935lb in the 220lb class.
  • Andrew Ortiz totaled 930lb in the 220lb class.

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