The Seguin High School Starsteppers competed in the Crowd Pleasers Hill Country Showcase event in New Braunfels Feb. 10. They brought home an overall silver sweepstakes award for earning over 90 points (out of 100) from all three judges on all three of their routines. In the small team category, they also brought home first place in kick routine and second place in contemporary routine and pom routine.
Seguin High School students who placed in the UIL Invitational in Wimberley on Feb. 10 are (l-r) Karen Ranft, Andy McDowall, Julio Navarro, Katrina Berban, Danielle Xu, Beyonce Harris, Rosemary Cramblitt, Sophie Anderson and Morgan Wyatt. Not pictured are Reagan Rodgers and Cameron White.
Seguin High School senior Megan Wilke signed a letter of intent to attend TLU and play volleyball on Feb. 15. She was joined by her family, coaches and Matador teammates.
Sixteen students from Mercer Blumberg Learning Center accompanied their teacher, Selma Kovars, to see author Shaka Senghor speak at TLU on FEb. 7.
Kaitlyn Enloe, Seguin High School senior, signed a letter of intent to play tennis at TLU on Feb. 7. Her parents, Jeanne and Darrick Enloe, were joined by tennis coaches Ree Mawande and Dustin Wyatt plus the Matador tennis team for the occasion.
The Seguin High School Powerlifting Boys and Girls teams took second place out of 11 teams at the Matador Powerlifting Meet on Feb. 3.
Students at Ball Early Childhood Center take their weather lesson to the next level by conducting hands-on experiments in the Science Lab.
Seguin High School freshmen Alexa Martinez, left, and Ashley Medellin were Consolation Champions (third place) at the recent San Marcos Winter Tennis Classic.
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