Katy Texas Schools, Sports, Students, March 2016

| March 1, 2016

(Front row, l-r): Alyssa Clutter, Timmy Hutchins, Brianna Cabral, Elizabeth Mower, Gonzalo Garcia, and Brianna Cabral: (back row): OKE Principal Malynn Rodriguez and Muralist George Bevill.

(Front row, l-r): Alyssa Clutter, Timmy Hutchins, Brianna Cabral, Elizabeth Mower, Gonzalo Garcia, and Brianna Cabral: (back row): OKE Principal Malynn Rodriguez and Muralist George Bevill.

 

MURALIST GEORGE BEVILL VISITS OKE POLAR EXPRESS DAY

Muralist George Bevill shared his illustration, in­spired by Chris Van Allsburg’s book The Polar Express, during Odessa Kilpatrick Elementary School’s annual Polar Express Day held prior to winter break.

Bevill offered his talent to paint murals around the school. He is one of many volunteers at OKE and has been painting murals there for many years.

On the final school day before the winter break, OKE principal Malynn Rodriguez read The Polar Express in the library with Bevill’s illustration as the backdrop. Any students who wanted to listen to the story joined Rodriguez for the story time. Students and staff enjoyed this fun way to end the first part of their school year before the long break.

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Ethan Le (second from the left) with other winners and competition staff.

Ethan Le (second from the left) with other winners and competition staff.

KATY TEEN WINS PERFORMANCE COMPETITION

Cinco Ranch High School Senior Ethan Le won first prize at the Schmidbauer Young Artist Coompetitiuon at Stephen F. Austin State University on Jan. 30. As the contest winner, Le received $2,000 and an appearance as guest soloist with the Stephen F. Austin Orchestra of the Pines on March 7. The concert will be held at Cole Concert Hall on the SFA campus at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the event can be purchased at finearts.sfasu.edu/boxoffice and are $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and $3 for students. For more information about the contest, visit schmidbauercompetition.org.

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Liliana Segura (left) with Mindy Dickerson, BDJH principal.

Liliana Segura (left) with Mindy Dickerson, BDJH principal.

FORMER BECKENDORFF STUDENT AWARDED PATENT

Former Beckendorff student Liliana Segura was recently awarded a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). As an eighth-grader at BDJH, Segura invented a new clipboard design in one of her courses and worked with a mentor to file a patent application at the USPTO. She filed her patent application in 2013. Last July the USPTO issued her US Patent No. 9,073,378 for her invention titled “Particulate Collecting Pad.” Segura is currently a student at Second Baptist High School in Houston.

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(Back row, r-l): Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (middle row): Assistant Volleyball Coach Megan Ollet, Head Volleyball Coach Farah Holder and Assistant Volleyball Coach Lauren Redeker; (seated): Maggie O’Connell with her parents Kathy and Joe, and her brother Jack.

(Back row, r-l): Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (middle row): Assistant Volleyball Coach Megan Ollet, Head Volleyball Coach Farah Holder and Assistant Volleyball Coach Lauren Redeker; (seated): Maggie O’Connell with her parents Kathy and Joe, and her brother Jack.

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY AT SEVEN LAKES HIGH SCHOOL

Brody Williams signed his letter of intent to play football at West Texas A&M. Williams, a three-year letterman, has earned awards such as All-District Defensive Lineman. He was a three-year starter for the Seven Lakes High School Spartans, a two-year as an offensive lineman and one-year defensive lineman.

Maggie O’Connell signed to play volleyball at Princeton University. O’Connell , a three-year letterman, earned awards 2013 19-5A All District Honorable Mention and Academic All District, 2014 19-6A 1st Team All District and Academic All District, AVCA Phenom List, Athlete of the Week Houston Chronicle and KHOU, 2015 Team Captain, 19-6A District MVP Hitter and Academic All District, GHVCA PreSeason Fab 50, Post Season Team, and All Star Team, TGCA Legacy All Star Team and Academic All State, Texas Sportswriters Association All State First Team.

Sarah Gavin signed to play soccer at Texas State University. Gavin, a three-year letterman, earned awards such as 2015 19-6A 1st Team All-District and 2014 19-5A 1st Team Newcomer.

Jessica Prather signed to play soccer at Mary Hardin Baylor University. Prather is a three-year letterman and played forward for the Seven Lakes HS Spartans.

Kaitlyn Wild signed to play soccer at the University of Houston. Kaitlyn is a three-year letterman and played midfield for the Seven Lakes HS Spartans.

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Sarah Prather with her parents Lisa and Brent.

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Sarah Prather with her parents Lisa and Brent.

 

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Kaitlyn Wild with her parents, Terra and Stephen, and her sisters Lauryn and Jordyn.

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Kaitlyn Wild with her parents, Terra and Stephen, and her sisters Lauryn and Jordyn.

 

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Football Coach and Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson, Assistant Coach David Cooper and Offensive Coordinator Coach Pat Matthews; (seated): Brody Williams with his parents Cedric and Lisa.

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Football Coach and Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson, Assistant Coach David Cooper and Offensive Coordinator Coach Pat Matthews; (seated): Brody Williams with his parents Cedric and Lisa.

 

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Sarah Gavin with her parents, Beth and Bruce.

(Back row, r-l): SLHS Principal Ted Vierling, Head Girls Soccer Coach Kaitlyn Eidson, Assistant Coach Eric Nenninger, Assistant Coach Diana Case, Campus Athletic Director Lydell Wilson and Assistant Principal Elisabeth Brodt; (seated): Sarah Gavin with her parents, Beth and Bruce.


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