October 23, 2020
Mrs.Mitchell is our new 7th grade math and 8th grade Pre-Algebra teacher. She graduated from Harlington High school. Went to UT Pan American for her (undergraduate) and UTSA for her masters. Commuting nearby Bandera, she came to CP looking for a new district where she could become a Middle School math teacher again and some place close to home. Her strengths are communication, organization and math expertise. Weakness: Technology. She is a Christmas baby and her favorite color is red.
FCA stands for Fellow of Christian Athletes. It's all about taking things you have learned from being an athlete and a Christian and applying them in your daily life. This year FCA has grown and is continuing to grow. Last Sunday we traveled to the Medina for Fields Of Faith. We listened to great music, people preach, and did activities with other Chapters of FCA in our area. We all are very excited to be in FCA this year.
Last night the Varsity Lady pirates traveled to play the Lady Eagles.
Taking on a tough, top 5 state ranked Johnson City, the lady pirate played a hard fought match.
Toree Beckerson had 4 kills
Iris Lozano had 4 kills and 2 blocks
Kaylee Blackledge had 1 block and 12 digs
Senior Paige Ponce had 13 digs
Overall the lady pirates have consistently progressed through the season and will seek another win against Stacey on Tuesday in San Antonio.
The Varsity Lady Pirate traveled to Lackland Air Force Base last night to take on the Stacey Eagles.
After an, lets call it interesting 1st set loss ...
The girls won in 3 straight sets bolstering some career high performances.
Iris Lozano led in kills with 12 followed closely by Victoria Beckerson with 9. Kaylee Blackledge had 7 kills and Jasmine Carlos with a breakout performance had 7 kills as well. Kortney Carmouche had 5 kills and Hailey Rayburn added 1 kill to the mix.
Additionally, the Lady Pirates had a combined 24 aces with Destiny Johnson leading the pack with 11. Johnson also added 41 assists.
Iris lozano added 17 assists as well and had 2 aces of her own.
Paige Ponce dominated the defense getting 31 kills on the night with help from Kaylee blackledge with 11 and Kahly mendoza with 7.
Super proud of these girls! They will travel to Junction where we look to bring our district record to 5-3.
Monday, October 5th
The Lady Pirates volleyball girls traveled to Harper on Monday, October 5th. The B team played their best game of the season but came up short in points. Their scores were 25-19, 20-25, 9-25. The A team lost 5-25 and 9-25. The Lady Pirates play next Thursday against Medina in a home game
Monday, October 19th
The Middle School Lady Pirates played Stacey last night in a home contest. The B team lost by the scores of 13-25 and 20-25. The A team lost 8-25 and 13-25. The Lady Pirates traveled to Johnson City on Monday October 26, 2020 for their last game of the season.
Monday, October 26th
The Middle School Lady Pirates traveled to Johnson City on Monday, Oct. 26th to play their last volleyball game of the season. The B team lost 6-25 and 5-25. The A team lost 7-25 and 19-25. The A team started out slow but made an awesome recovery in the second game and played with a lot of guts and heart. Thank you to all the girls for their effort and dedication this season!
MS Football vs Harper 10/15/20
As the time on the clock expired, Jose Gallegos was galloping to the end zone, bringing victory for the 8th grade Pirates squad. He had intercepted a pass on the final play from scrimmage. It was a thrilling comeback win, 20-14 over the Longhorns of Harper. Gallegos opened the scoring with a TD. A Mauricio Gallagos TD run and successful two point conversion tied the game with eleven seconds remaining. Eladio Rocha, Lelin Dunaway, and Kole Blackledge led a strong defensive effort with big hits, stopping the Harper attack.
The 7th grade team battled the entire way, but fell short 16-0. Cavan Davis and Jonathan Castaneda provided strong plays on defense, while Jaydin Segura and Luke Laque led the offensive ground attack.
The Cross Country team traveled to Llano Saturday, October 10th. David Lopez finished one of the top 25 with a personal record of 20:29 .I am proud of my guys and the push they showed to finish. All eyes on district now.
October 19, 2020
We accomplished one of our many goals for the season but the most important we will be running in November. David Lopez finished 7th overall and moves on to regionals with a PR of 19:43 flat. Jayro Frayre also had a PR performance with his lowest time all season with 24:17. Even through unfortunate circumstances our CC program continues to grow and improve with the athletes buying in at all levels of competition this sport isn’t easy and I applaud everyone who has competed and continues to come do work every morning and afternoon. This is truly how champions are made.