George Ranch H.S.

GRHS Sunday Longhorn News 4-10-2022

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A Message From Heather Patterson, GRHS Principal


Happy Sunday GRHS Longhorns,


Just over 30 days of school left in the 21-22 school year. This Thursday is the end of the 5th six weeks. This Friday starts Easter Break for students and staff! We will see you next Tuesday! Keep making those good choices, using your time wisely, trying your best as we roll into testing season, and soaking up the end of year good stuff before a nice long summer break happens!


Easter Break is the Friday, April 15th- Monday, April 18th! (no school)


Tomorrow we wear BLUE to celebrate World Autism Month! HELP SHOW SUPPORT EVERY MONDAY IN APRIL BY WEARING BLUE AT THE RANCH! Everyone is encouraged to participate, whether you have autism, love someone who does, or are looking to support a diverse, accepting and kind community!


As the weather begins to warm back up this month, please make sure you are WELL within dress code. That means your shorts are LONG enough, shorts can be SEEN WELL BELOW those oversized t-shirts, no mid drift showing (which means the length of your shirt matters too), and no hoodies UP inside the building. Also, you should NOT be carrying a blanket around, if you feel the building is cold, bring a jacket or sweatshirt.


LESS THAN 50 Yearbooks Left! Better Hurry!


ID's are mandatory!

If you do not have an ID at this point, you will need to purchase a new one for $5 in the library from 8:00-8:15am. If you choose not to, there will be a HOLD placed on your account for the end of year. (exemptions/graduation/final grades, etc) Remember No ID = No Tech visible! Please make sure you are following this rule as well as being in dress code and to ensure that you are not written up for non compliance.


The front office is open daily Monday- Friday 8:00-4:00pm to assist you. You can also directly email us or call 832-223-4200 during the same hours. We are happy to help!


Admin contact info (by last name alpha split):

Chris Cuellar - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split A-Dan) ccuellar@lcisd.org

Carrie Yanta -Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Dao-Hou) cyanta@lcisd.org

Jessie Eilenstine Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Hov-Mom) jessie.eilenstine@lcisd.org

Judy Momanyi - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Mon-Sac) judith.momanyi@lcisd.org

Marqueshah Coy - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Sad-Z) mcoy@lcisd.org


Nicholas Cavallo - Campus Athletic Coordinator (athletic questions/concerns) ncavallo@lcisd.org


Madelyn Gage - GRHS Nurse (Medical/COVID questions) madelyn.gage@lcisd.org

Sandra May - GRHS Nurse (Medical/COVID questions) sandra.may@lcisd.org


GRHS Counselors: (by last name alpha split)

Jamie Rufo (alpha split A-Dan) jrufo@lcisd.org

Stacey Richards (alpha split Dao-Hou) stacey.richards@lcisd.org

Abraham Vil (alpha split Hov-Mom) abraham.vil@lcisd.org

Alicia Henley-Stegent Dual Credit & (alpha split Mon-Sac) alicia.stegent@lcisd.org

Ashley Hunt (alpha split Sad-Z) ashley.hunt@lcisd.org

Carin Reeves 504/AP creeves@lcisd.org


Included in this Edition of our GRHS Longhorn News:
  • Easter Break is the Friday, April 15th- Monday, April 18th! (no school)
  • TIME TO GO BLUE EVERY MONDAY IN APRIL TO SPREAD AUTISM AWARENESS!
  • COURSE VERIFICATION DUE APRIL 13TH! DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE!
  • COMMON THREADS TOILETRY DRIVE!
  • NHS ANIMAL SHELTER SERVICE PROJECT!
  • SUMMER MED CAMP OPPORTUNITY!
  • DUAL CREDIT DEADLINES...DON'T MISS THEM!
  • ENCHANTED SPRING DANCE SHOW TICKETS ON SALE!
  • LESS THAN 50 (21-22) Yearbooks Left! Better Hurry!
  • COLLEGE WEAR WEDNESDAY!
  • NO PHONES/AIRPODS/HEADPHONES OUT DURING CLASSTIME and NO Hoodies pulled UP inside the building! ID's are mandatory EVERY DAY! If you need a NEW ID/Lanyard- you can purchase them for $5 in the library from 8:00-8:15 daily. Must be visibly worn on the TOP half of your body. NO ID = NO PHONE OUT AT ANY TIME!
  • 22-23 LCISD Instructional Calendar
  • Transcript and VOE Requests Procedures

Congrats again to our GRHS rockstars Coach and Pals Teacher Alicia Dutch and Mrs. Linda Johnson on being recognized at the banquet Thursday night for being Teacher and Para of the year! Well deserved ladies!

HELP SHOW SUPPORT EVERY MONDAY IN APRIL BY WEARING BLUE AT THE RANCH! Everyone is encouraged to participate, whether you have autism, love someone who does, or are looking to support a diverse, accepting and kind Longhorn Nation community!

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DON'T MISS THE APRIL 13TH COURSE VERIFICATION DEADLINE!

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Counselors have now met with all students one on one about courses for next year. The last step in this process is course verification. This is where students receive a list of the courses they signed up for in Skyward and they can make changes if needed!

Below are the "LAST NAME BY ALPHA SPLIT" links that students can use to make changes:


LAST NAME ALPHA SPLIT (A-DAN) CLICK HERE

LAST NAME ALPHA SPLIT (DAO-HOV) CLICK HERE
LAST NAME ALPHA SPLIT (HOW-MOM) CLICK HERE
LAST NAME ALPHA SPLIT (MON-SAC) CLICK HERE
LAST NAME ALPHA SPLIT (SAD-DAN) CLICK HERE


Students will receive this course verification on Wednesday, April 6th. Students have until Wednesday, April 13th to request changes using the link above. This will also be posted on our GRHS Counselor Canvas page.

DUAL CREDIT OFFERINGS AND DEADLINES!

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This month we are focused on CARING and the Maroon Track is collecting shampoo April 19th -May 12th. Please drop off your donation upstairs in the counselor suite, RM 2327 and collect a ticket to be entered into a CANDY DRAWING. Thank you for paying it forward and supporting our LCISD students!

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NHS ANIMAL SERVICE PROJECT! Help Out Our PAW-some Friends!

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George Ranch High School’s 5th Annual Mini Med School for aspiring healthcare professionals entering 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the fall!

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Click the PDF link below to print the Mini Med Camp Info!

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LATIN AMERICA OPPORTUNITY IN 2023!

Hi families,

We’re going to Latin America in 2023, and you’re invited! We’re excited to tell you more about the trip we’re planning with EF Tours, our educational travel partner. Please be sure to register for this info session to be considered for this opportunity: https://bit.ly/3tK68S4.


When students travel, they expand their knowledge of the world around them, discover more about themselves, and grow more confident. These skills are critical for creating the global citizens of tomorrow, and we would love to have your student join us on this adventure.


In this info session, we’ll talk about how this opportunity will benefit your child

  • What we’ll see and do on our trip
  • Everything that’s included in this experience
  • How your child can earn academic credit
  • How we’re keeping this safe and affordable
  • How to enroll on this trip (before it fills up!)


Registration for the info session is mandatory, and a parent or guardian must attend. (Can’t make it? Choose “No, but send info” so you don’t miss out.) Register here: https://bit.ly/3tK68S4


Can't wait to see you there!

Anjanette Marcano - Spanish Teacher & Cultures in Action Sponsor

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Get your tickets today for the Spring Show!

The Lariettes & Belles will be hosting their 11th annual Spring Show Friday April 22 & Saturday April 23. Physical tickets will not be sold at the door so click the link below to reserve your seats. Special guests will include dancers from Polly Ryon MS, Reading JH, George Ranch HS, the RJH Charms, & GR Sparkle Squad. It will be a magical evening!

https://www.eventbrite.com/cc/lariettes-and-belles-spring-show-206419

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EVERY WEDNESDAY IS COLLEGE WEAR WEDNESDAY AT THE RANCH! FIND A STAFF MEMBER THAT HAS THE SAME COLLEGE ON AND HAVE THEM TWEET IT OUT!

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STAY TIGHT Longhorns!

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Mobile Learning Device (MLD) Posters Hanging In All Classrooms Since Day 1! Parents, if there is an emergency DURING CLASS TIME, and you need to contact your student, please keep them out of trouble by CALLING THE FRONT OFFICE at 832-223-4200 and we will get them a message! Thanks for your help in keeping instructional time sacred!

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Behavior Reminders!

  • No ID = NO PHONE (even during lunch/advisory) If you refuse to put them up, it's a write up.
  • No "hood" (from hoodies) or beanie (covering ears) can be worn INSIDE the building.
  • Phones must be put away at AT ALL TIMES during instructional time, unless there is an instruction purpose GIVEN by the teacher and the sign is on GREEN. If you refuse to follow this, it will be a write up. (Phones are allowed before the 8:15 bell, during your lunch and advisory, and after 3:40pm)
  • Ignoring teachers/staff when they are asking you to put on ID or to put your phone up will be a write up. (That's just disrespect)
  • In the hallways without an ID AND a pass during class time, will be a write up.
  • Instigating, participating, or videoing an altercation (regardless of how small) will be a write up. If you are part of a fight, you will be placed at ALC.

Have you seen the 2022 - 2023 Instructional Calendar yet?


DOWNLOAD A COPY HERE ▶️ http://bit.ly/3Ce8ADe

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SENIORS.. CHECK YOUR LCISD EMAIL - NEWSLETTER coming out Tuesday! PROM TICKETS LINK, DECISION DAY, AND GRADUATION DEADLINES INCLUDED!

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PRO GRAD UPDATES and DEADLINES!

Wednesday, April 20 - Kendra Scott Jewelry Pull at 7pm live on Facebook


Friday, April 22 - Last day to turn in Prograd Waivers and payments


**ATTENTION JUNIOR PARENTS**

Needing Junior parents who want to volunteer to help with Prograd on Sunday, May 22 after graduation. You will earn points for your student next year. If interested please contact Monique Degeyter at mdegeyter@me.com or 281-989-1466

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FED EX DELIVERED ON FRIDAY! CAP AND GOWN DISTRIBUTION WILL NOW BE TUESDAY 4-12-2022 DURING ALL LUNCHES! MAKE SURE AND HAVE YOUR ID ON! IF YOU STILL NEED TO PURCHASE ONE THEY WILL HAVE A LIMITED SUPPLY ON HAND FOR $65 CASH/CARD.

SENIORS...still need to order something for graduation? Click this BALFOUR link below!

Scholarship Opportunity for GRHS Seniors who live in Rivers Run and Rivers Mist

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Need a Smart Tag Replacement? They cost $5 and you MUST USE THE LINK BELOW!

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GRHS COVID POSITIVE NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES

If your student tests positive for COVID-19 please follow the steps below to notify the campus.


While you are TEMPORARILY OUT you still have access to your teachers CANVAS pages to help you stay as connected as possible during this short period. Once you get back we will work with you (during advisory/before/after school) to get caught up.


TWO PEOPLE THAT NEED TO BE EMAILED IMMEDIATELY:

  1. GRHS Nurse - Sandra May sandra.may@lcisd.org
  2. Your student's Assistant Principal (listed below by last name alpha split)

Admin contact info (by last name alpha split):

Chris Cuellar - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split A-Dan) ccuellar@lcisd.org

Carrie Yanta -Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Dao-Hou) cyanta@lcisd.org

Jessie Eilenstine Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Hov-Mom) jessie.eilenstine@lcisd.org

Judy Momanyi - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Mon-Sac) judith.momanyi@lcisd.org

Marquesha Coy - Assisitant Principal (Alpha Split Sad-Z) mcoy@lcisd.org


In the email please include:

  1. Student Name
  2. Grade Level
  3. Student ID
  4. Date of Confirmed POSITIVE

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ID's Mandatory! We GIFTED you a NEW one this semester! It's up to your to wear it!


  • LANYARDS W/GRHS ISSUED ID - ALL GRHS STUDENTS SHOULD NOW HAVE AN ID AND LANYARD AND ARE EXPECTED TO BE WEARING IT 100% OF THE TIME INSIDE OUR BUILDING!
  • NEED A NEW LANYARD/ID BRING $5 to the library between 8:00-8:15am!
  • GRHS ID's must be VISIBLY WORN on the TOP half of your body. If you refuse, you will have disciplinary consequences. NO more temporaries will be given out.


SAFETY IS KEY! Being responsible for 2600+ students is a big job, and I need for all GRHS staff to be able to identify and assist students quickly. Thanks for following this rule.
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ONLY 50 left!

The 2022 GRHS Legacy Yearbook is on sale now! Go to Balfour.com, enter George Ranch HS in the Search Bar on top and click on the yearbook below. You may order the book, any accessories you’d like and even order a Senior Tribute Ad for your CO2022 grad right from the website. Payment is secure on the Balfour.com website and the book will be delivered to your student next May at The Ranch.


Remember Longhorns, the earlier you order the better the price of the book! Order today!

Questions? Get in touch with Mr. Terrando at 832.223.4236 or via email at thomas.terrando@lcisd.org.

Click the link below to order your 21-22 yearbook now!

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Click the PDF Link Below for Early Pick Up Procedures

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Have a New Driver? Need a VOE? We have you covered!

Verification of Enrollment (VOE) Request

If you are needing to request a verification of enrollment (VOE), to obtain a student permit or license, please email Mrs. Lujan at blujan@lcisd.org


In the email request, please include student's id number. Please note that it takes 1 business day to process VOE request.


Please note that VOE expires 30 days after it is signed.


Child Support/ Verification of Enrollment Letter

If you are needing to request a VOE letter for child support, please email Mrs. Hall at rhall@lcisd.org


This letter will list the student's expected graduation date and confirm the student is currently enrolled.


Please note that it takes 1 business day to process VOE letter request.

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GRHS Admin Team Support

Our Admin Team is ready and willing to support! We are available (via email) during business hours and will be promptly getting back with you for assistance.


Please feel free to reach out to your child's Assistant Principal (alpha split by last name) for student specific concerns or assistance.


Heather Patterson - Principal hpatterson@lcisd.org

Brian Forshee - Associate Principal bforshee@lcisd.org

Chris Cuellar - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split A-Dan) ccuellar@lcisd.org

Carrie Yanta -Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Dao-Hou) cyanta@lcisd.org

Jessie Eilenstine Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Hov-Mom) jessie.eilenstine@lcisd.org

Judy Momanyi - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Mon-Sac) judith.momanyi@lcisd.org

Marqueshah Coy - Assistant Principal (Alpha Split Sad-Z) mcoy@lcisd.org

Nicholas Cavallo - GRHS Campus Athletic Coordinator (athletic concerns/questions) ncavallo@lcisd.org

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Counselors, College Career Facilitator, and Registrar Squad!

Our GRHS Counselors, College Career Facilitator, and Registrar are ready and available to support you. The best way to contact them is via email and they will be getting back with you for assistance within 24 business hours. From schedule questions, college questions, transcript requests, to any student concern our GRHS team is here to assist you and your child. Feel free to email them with any questions or concerns. (Alpha Split by Student LAST Name for Counselors)


Counselors:

Jamie Rufo (alpha split A-Dan) jrufo@lcisd.org

Stacey Richards (alpha split Dao-Hou) stacey.richards@lcisd.org

Abraham Vil (alpha split Hov-Mom) abraham.vil@lcisd.org

Alicia Henley-Stegent Dual Credit & (alpha split Mon-Sac) alicia.stegent@lcisd.org

Ashley Hunt (alpha split Sad-Z) ashley.hunt@lcisd.org

Carin Reeves 504/AP creeves@lcisd.org


Lauren Ford - College Career Facilitator (CCF)- lauren.ford@lcisd.org

Marci Macha -George Ranch Registrar - mamacha@lcisd.org

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Follow our Hashtag on Twitter

Follow Us on Twitter! @WeAreGRHS Search for our hashtag #WeAreGR and see what is all going on with our Longhorns!

Here’s the link to the GRHS Student News, Episode 26!

GRHS Student News, E26, Friday, April 8, 2022

Kudos to all our GRHS students that competed in SKILLSUSA!! We are proud of you!

GOLF!

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CONGRATS TO MELANIE AND MITCHELL ON ADVANCING TO REGIONALS!

Congratulations to both Varsity boys and girls golf for a great season! District boys Varsity A Team (Mitchell Maier, Jeremy Nguyen, Yeeva Tsewang, Shawn Chen, and Niklas Da Silva Ekberg) placed 3rd place with a score of 335 on the first day and 173 on the second day with nine holes. Boys 2nd team (Jaelon, Ridley, Shiven Patel, Colton Craig, Tyler Dean, and Jacob Brown) scored a 393 and 190 respectively. Medalist Patrick Laury and Cade Gleeson scored, 117 / 50 and 114 / 47 respectively.


Girls - Varsity girls played the same day and scored the following: Varsity A (Melanie Maier, Nicole Johnson, Nicole Harenski, Marisol Gutierrez, and Kaitlyn Carle) scored 429 and a 205 the second day. Varsity B (Olivia Wurzberger, Mia Pizzitola, Elaine Harenski, Maria Gutierrez, Samantha Spiwak) scored 519 and 263, Medalist, Kendall De Serf scored a 147 / 76


Two people advanced to Regional (9th grader, Mitchell Maier and 10th grader, Melanie Maier). They have won several medals throughout the season; Mitchell average 73.6 and Melanie average 79.3 all season.

Congratulations to Texas A&M Volleyball commit Logan Lednicky, she has been named to the USA Volleyball U20 National Training Team! We are so incredibly proud of Logan!

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Softball

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JV and Varsity both come up big against Travis on Teacher/Staff Appreciation Night!! Varsity clinches a huge win (3-2) against the undefeated district leader!! Both teams were strong in the pitcher's circle Tuesday, but George Ranch Longhorn Varsity defeated Fort Bend Travis 3-2. Nora Thompson allowed just four hits to Fort Bend Travis. Fort Bend Travis fired up the offense in the first inning. An error scored one run for Fort Bend Travis. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity evened things up at two in the bottom of the first inning. An error scored two runs for George Ranch Longhorn Varsity. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity pulled away for good with one run in the third inning. In the third Mariah Garner singled on a 2-2 count, scoring one run. Thompson pitched George Ranch Longhorn Varsity to victory. The fireballer went seven innings, allowing two runs on four hits, striking out six and walking zero. Kennedy Marlow, Garner, Ella Kolenko, and Kate Dolan all had one hit to lead George Ranch Longhorn Varsity.


Our JV softball team continues their undefeated streak with a win over Austin 20-1. Blaine Bielitz went to work on the mound for the JV team and offensively, Davani Espinosa came up big at the plate with an in the park home run with bases loaded. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity put up six runs in the fourth on its way to an 11-1 victory over Fort Bend Austin on Friday. Seleste Compian, Mariah Garner, and Jesyca Johnston all moved runners across the plate with RBIs in the inning. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity tallied six runs in the fourth inning. Compian, Garner, and Johnston all contributed in the big inning with RBIs. Nora Thompson was on the rubber for George Ranch Longhorn Varsity. The bulldog went five and two-thirds innings, allowing one run on six hits, striking out five and walking zero. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity tallied one home run on the day. Garner went deep in the fourth inning with a homerun. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity racked up ten hits. Garner and Compian each had multiple hits for George Ranch Longhorn Varsity. Compian and Garner each collected two hits to lead George Ranch Longhorn Varsity. George Ranch Longhorn Varsity didn't commit a single error in the field. Garner had the most chances in the field with five.

Baseball

The Freshman Longhorns took on Dulles High School on Wednesday. The Horns defeated the Vikings 19-1 in district play. The Horns were led by Lleyton Wojcik who pitched 3 hitless innings. Offensively, Ryan Barton had a great day going 3 for 3 and 4 RBI. Mason Gentles also helped on the mound, pitching one inning. The Horns will play Elkins High School this Friday at home as district play continues.


The JV Longhorn Baseball Team took on the Dulles Vikings Wednesday Night and took home a 14-3 victory in the process. Lane Walton led the charge at the plate with a single, double, and a triple along with a couple of RBI’s. The Longhorns will take on the Elkins Knights Friday at Longhorn Field as their district schedule turns over for its second leg.


The Varsity Longhorns jumped out to an early 5-0 lead behind the bats of Reese Beheler, Grant Reynolds and Cody Ford. Bradley Hermes got the win and Corbyn Womack and Aidan Doherty came into the game to shut the door. The Longhorns are back in action on Friday at Elkins.


The JV Longhorn Baseball Team took on the Elkins Knights Friday Night, the Horns ended up winning the game 10-6 on the back of pitchers Trent Richards, Joe Hernandez. & Reed Filla.


The Varsity Longhorns scored early and often and beat Elkins 16-6 in a district road game. Cole Murphy got the win on the mound and Tre Aikens, Grant Reynolds, Drew Psyk, Jacob Steuber, Jack Braswell, Cole Murphy, Hayden Hollek, and Russell Franklin all contributed at the plate. George Ranch is at home on Tuesday against Travis.

TENNIS

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The Longhorn JV & Freshman tennis team had a great final showing at the district tournament this week. Many players fought through some tough competition to earn medals. In JV Boys Doubles, sophomores Zayne Smith and Christian Le dominated the competition and placed second overall earning the title of District Champion Runner Up. This dynamic duo defeated players from Bush, Dulles, and Austin but ultimately fell short in the finals to a talented Clements team. Victor Gonzalez and Addison Powell also earned second place in the JV Mixed Doubles division making them the District Champion Runner Up. Victor and Addison took down teams from Clements and Ridge Point but lost in a close final match 6-8. Faith Melching earned third place in JV Girls Singles at the district tournament. She fought very hard during every point of every match beating players from Ridge Point and Austin. Claire Schilling took out all the competition and earned the title of District Champion in the Freshman Girls Singles division. She only dropped two games throughout the entire tournament and defeated players from Clements and Travis. Edie Oestreich also competed in the Freshman Girls Singles division and earned the title of District Champion Runner Up. Edie went into the tournament as an unseeded player and ended up taking out the number two seed from Clements in the second round of play. She also defeated players from Austin and Ridge Point. We are so proud of Claire and Edie for making it an all GR girls singles final. In the Freshman Girls Doubles division, Solana Argao and Avery Knight earned second place making them the District Champion Runner Up. These talented girls took down skilled teams from Austin and Ridge Point but fell short in the finals to Clements. Huge shoutout to our Freshman girls team for being named District Champions! The future could not be more bright at The Ranch and we cannot wait to start preparing for another great year of tennis!

TRACK

BOYS

Freshmen and JV Boys Competed at home for the Longhorn Relays. For freshmen, they finished 2nd overall of 8 teams. In all 3 relays the longhorns placed 1st place. 4x1 team were (Ryan Barton, Joaquin Barlow, Jett Roberts, Brandon Everett.) 4x2 team (Ryan Barton, Joaquin Barlow, Baylor Smith, Brandon Everett.) 4x4 team (Joshua Akaluso, Anthony Lenette, Joaquin Barlow, Brandon Everette.) Ryan Barton finished 1st in the 100m and Baylor Smith finished 2nd in the 200m. Alejandro Lopez placed 3rd in the 3200m. Aiden Creech competed in both hurdles events, placing 3rd in 110m and 2nd in the 300m. Sean Johnson finished 1st place in the High Jump. For Junior Varsity, they finished 1st place overall of 8 teams. Jackson Muckelroy finished 3rd in the 100m; Rogelio Hernandez placed 3rd in the 400m; Samir Elerian placed 3rd in the 800m and 1600m. Adrian Falkquay placed 2nd in the 110m and 1st in 300m hurdles. In the 4x1, Jackson Muckelroy, KJ McGuire, Dylan Smith & Christopher Chijioke placed 2nd. In the 4x2 Christopher Chijioke, KJ McGuire, Colin McLemore, & Gregor Jones finished 1st! In the last relay of the night 4x4 Adrian Agadah, Rogelio Hernandez, Sheldon Goodman, & Gregor Jones placed a close 2nd place. In field events Michal Spear finished 2nd in high jump. In pole vault, Carson Poss finished 1st and Aaron Gallegos achieved 2nd. Great way to defend home boys!

GIRLS

The Girls Junior Varsity finished their regular season with their 5th team win of the season at our home meet at the SubVarsity Longhorn Invite.


In field events: The following athletes placed contributing to the overall team:

Pole vault Savanna Agudelo and Kylie Johnson Tied for 3rd

Gabriella Bracksieck placed 6th.


In running events the following placed as well:


Girls 4x400m relay-4th

Jackie Alvarez

OG Mahonwu

Kianna Stamps

Akira Brown


Girls 4x200 relay-3rd

Emorie Proctor

Amber Affam

Ashlyn Gaffney

Victoria Obasuyi


Girls 4x100 relay-3rd

Jackie Alvarez

Ashlynn Gaffney

Victoria Obasuyi

Emorie Proctor


Girls 300 meter hurdles

Amber Affam 2nd

Andrea Guiterrez 3rd


100m Hurdles

Amber Affam-1st

Andrea Guiterrez-3rd


3200m run

Ashley Pierson-1st

Heidi Smith-3rd


1600m run

Ashley Pierson 1st

Ava Lorber 2nd

Heidi Smith 6th


800m run

Kianna Stamps 4th


400m

Jackie Alvarez 2nd


200m dash

Emorie Proctor 4th


The girls Varsity Placed 2nd overall at the Tompkins invite


In Field Events those that contributed to the team score are the following:


Pole Vault-

Taylor Reeves 2nd

Meredith Morrey 3rd


High Jump

Raina Thomas sets an outdoor PR and ties the school record-placed 3rd overall


Discus

Ava Ward-6th


Long Jump

Kalen Goodman sets a PR and placed 6th

Journie Franklin 5th


In the running events:


4x400m relay 3rd

Ava Curtis

Hannah Namutebi

Madi Gentles

Yfem Stephens


4x200m Relay 3rd

Kalen Goodman

Chiemela Azuike

Journie Franklin

A’Marie Khan


4x100 relay 5th

Samantha Smith

Kalen Goodman

Chiemela Azuike

Journie Franklin


300m hurdles

Kamaryn Radford PR and placed 3rd

Raina Thomas PR and placed 5th


100m hurdles

Raina Thomas 3rd


3200m run

Sophia Nguyen-1st

Haley Harkrider-2nd


1600m

Sophia Nguyen Breaks the school record again and placed 1st

Haley Harkrider placed 2nd

Hayley Moffett runs a season best and placed 6th


800m

Ava Curtis 4th

Chrystal Osakwe 5th

Hannah Namutebi 6th


400m

Madi Gentles a PR and placed 3rd

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