Seguin High School senior Navy JROTC students Jaimee Meador and Karla Vazquez were featured on WOAI News 4 for receiving scholarships into the prestigious Naval Preparatory Program at Regent University. Additionally, Commander Robertson recently received the Patriot Award from the Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Special thanks to WOAI's Mike Hernandez for coming out to Seguin to cover the news story.
Hayden Haas of Seguin High School signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Temple. Hayden's offensive efforts during the 2018 season helped propel the Matadors to a district championship and playoff run. Seguin ISD - Home of the Matadors wishes Hayden the best of luck at UMHB! #MatadorFamily
Jay Law, principal of Mercer Blumberg Learning Center, is a statewide semi-finalist in the 2019 H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards. In addition to a certificate for this prestigious honor, Jay received at $500 gift card courtesy of H-E-B.
Thank you Century 21 United D&D Seguin for hosting Dr. Gutierrez to share information on Bond 2019!
On March 25-26, the Seguin High School Girls Varsity Golf team placed fourth in the district golf tournament held in Kerrville. Keaghan Holt, center, shot a 97 on day one and 88 on day two earning a spot as Regional alternate.
"Recently the Seguin High School UIL Speech and Debate team coached by Lizz Pumphrey competed at District. From left, Quintin Poyner placed fifth in Informative Extemporaneous Speaking, Stephen Garza placed second in Prose, Christian Molina placed first in Prose, Danielle Xu placed third in Poetry, Jacob Curry placed fifth in Poetry and Erin Sjoberg placed sixth in Poetry. The next competition for UIL is Regionals and then State."--Sharon Booth, Seguin High School UIL coordinator.
Matadors at the UIL competition in Boerne on March 30 included (l-r) AJ Burns, first place in Science and first place in Chemistry, Quintin Poyner, first place Current Events and fifth place Social Studies, Hunter Kontronakis, fourth in Feature Writing and fifth in Editorial Writing, Zoey Lynn, first in Feature Writing, sixth in Copy Editing and fourth in News Writing, Reagan Rodgers (not pictured) placed first in Editorial Writing, second in News Writing, third in Feature Writing, fourth in Headline Writing and fifth in Copy Editing. Sharon Booth serves as Seguin High School UIL coordinator.
Palan Archery did an amazing job at the state tournament on March 30. We took 20 student archers this year and they competed together as a team. The team shot a combined score of 2428, which consisted of the scores of the top 12 archers. Our goal this year was to improve every time we shot and to strive to achieve our personal best for ever shot we made. Our archery students did exactly that at the state tournament, beating their qualifying score by 30 points (2397 points) and beating last year's team qualifying score by nearly 1000 points (1581 points). Archer Polito Garcia, fifth grade, shot a career high score of 269 out of 300 possible points, which ranked 12th in the state for all fifth grade boys and 14th in the state for the Elementary Division overall. Polito was a single point away from potentially qualifying for the NASP National Tournament.The Patlan archers were models of what it means to be a Matador and represented our school, Seguin ISD and the community of Seguin with pride, respect and good sportsmanship. It was also touching and inspiring to see the number of parents and friends that traveled to Belton to support our team.We are looking forward to a new year and new goals for the 2019-2020 season and hopefully have some more Seguin ISD schools attend with us.Words cannot describe how proud we are of our archery team here at Patlan, and how thankful we are to have the support that we have from our school, district, and community.
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