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A week in review 2/4

A week in review 2/4

GOLF:

The girls golf team finished 2nd at the Lake Travis Lalapalooza at Barton Creek Golf Course in Austin.  Additionally, the girls traveled to San Angelo and successfully defended their title winning the San Angelo Spring Classic.  The Jags were led by Taylor Coleman and Nikki Long in the campaign.  Coleman set a course and tournament record at San Angelo Country Club shooting a 5 under par 67, as well as set a tournament record for the 2-day event after closing the 2nd round with an even par 72.  The team of Coleman, Long, Munoz, Reed, and Hull also broke the previous tournament record by 30 shots.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS:

The following athletes competed on Friday, February 1st against athletes from all over the state for the Special Olympics State Bowling Tournament. The place they received is also listed below.

Eric Cloyd – 5th
Seth Fitzhugh – 6th
Kyla Nelson – 4th
TJ Rogers – 5th
Justice Simeon – 1st
Elizabeth Zerrweck – 8th

AQUATICS:

On Friday and Saturday, Johnson swimmers and divers participated in the District meet at the Josh Davis Nanatorium. Based on their results, several of them qualified for the Regional tournament to be held on Saturday, February 9th at BAC’s aquatic center.
GIRLS
1. Raquel Grays–200 medley relay–50free–100free–400 fr relay
2. Brianna Higgins–200 medley relay–50 fr–100back–200 fr relay
3. Taylor Silvestry–200 medley relay–200 fr–100 bk–200 fr relay
4. Emma Walsh–200 medley relay–200 IM–100 Fly–200 fr relay
5. Taylor Brown–200 IM—500 fr–400 fr relay–alt. 200fr &medley relays
6. Rachel DeYoung–200 medley relay–100 breast stroke
7. Maddie Peltier–400 free relay
8. Berkley Freund–50 fr–100 fr–200 fr relay–400 free relay
9. Lauren Lamb–1mtr. diving
10. Veronica Polichino–1mtr. diving
BOYS
1. Reid McCorkle–200 medley relay–200IM–100bk—400 fr relay
2. Nathan Coppock–200 fr—–500 fr—200 fr relay–400 fr relay
3. Colin Campbell–200 medley relay-100 fr-200 fr relay
4. Garrett Nelson–200 medley relay–200 fr relay
5. Kevin Vo–200 medley relay–100 breast stroke
6. Adam Goodson–200 fr relay alt.
7. Travis Keast–200 fr relay–400 fr relay
8. JC Jimenez–200 fr–400 fr relay
9. Andrew Kehrberg–100brst
10. Morgan Cooper–1mtr. Diving
11. Matt De La Garza–1mtr. Diving
12. Justin Checchin–1mtr. Diving

WINTERGUARD AND TWIRLERS:

Johnson Winterguard took first place in the Scholastic Open Class, at the Texas Colorguard Circuit Cedar Park Contest, competing against Cedar Park and Dripping Springs in their class. There were over 45 scholastic guards at the contest including Reagan, Bowie, Cedar Ridge, and many other strong programs, and Johnson came out on top.

Johnson twirlers Kelsey Eidson, Morgan Leach, Bekah Gonzales, and Breann Largent performed at the UIL Region 12 Contest at Sam Houston High School and represented Johnson with class and a high level of excellence in their Solo performances.
DANCE TEAMS:

This past weekend, the Johnson Dance program kicked off their competition season at New Braunfels High School at an HTE Competition.The Legacies Dance Team, Belles Drill Team, & Texas Ladies Pep Squad won 1st place in all of their routines as well as winning 1st in the Large Varsity, JV, & Pep Squad divisions. The teams also won specialty awards such as Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Entertainment, Outstanding Technique, Outstanding Presentation, and Sweepstakes.

To end the evening the Legacies Dance Team won 1st runner-up Grand Champions and Belles Drill Team won Grand Champions, along with having 2 senior members of the Legacies Dance Team as Miss High Kick Finalists (Heather Foster & Courtney Heausler) and the title going to Courtney Heausler in the final round. Leah Alonzo (Legacies Lt. Colonel) was placed 2nd in the 11th- 12th solo division.

Legacies and Belles officers also represented the program very well. Belles officers won 1st in the JV officer jazz division and Legacies officers won 2nd in the Large Varsity division.

JOHNSON HIGH SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOLASTIC ARTS AWARDS:
Here is a list of Photography Scholastics Arts Award winners. You can view these wonderful pieces at the Say Si Art Gallery downtown.

Katherine Brown, Honorable Mention
Priyanka Chaudhary, Honorable Mention
Michelle Gallahan, Gold Key
Dillon Hayes, Honorable Mention
Ashton Liffrig, Silver Key
Noelle Mercado, Silver Key
Nathan Morris, Honorable Mention
WRESTLING:
District Wrestling Results
Boys- 2nd Place Team
106- Justice Jimison- 4th Place
120- Patrick Vega- 4th Place
126- Johnny Vance- 3rd Place
132-Thomas Turcol- 2nd Place
145- Zachary Rojas- 3rd Place
152- Bret Rasmussen- 3rd Place
160- Orlando Alderete- 1st Place
182- Greg Patulea- 6th Place
195- Tim McCutcheon- 3rd Place
220- J.C.Rast- 1st Place
285- Jeremiah McCutcheon- 1st Place
Girls
128- Ashley McCutcheon- 1st Place
165- Jill Gray- 5th Place
Top 4 wrestlers advance to the regional tournament this weekend 2/8 and 2/9.
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