Volleyball Team Finishes Outstanding Season
The Lady Eagles volleyball team traveled to the UIL State Volleyball Tournament on November 21st in Garland to compete in the Class 2A Semifinals against Schulenburg. The Lady Eagles came up short against the Lady Horns but capped off an outstanding year under Coach Guyon. The trip to the State Tournament was the team's 2nd trip in as many years. Last year, the Lady Eagles won the Volleyball State Championship for the 1st time in school history. This year's team won the Regional Championship for Region II even though they only had one senior on the team. Congratulations to the girls and the coaches for another great season!
The Lady Eagles volleyball team prepares to leave for the State Tournament
for the 2nd consecutive year.
Brock FFA Sign
Back Row: Rowdy Decker, Seth Boleman, Sam Beaty, Nate Massie, Jeff Deville
Front Row: Madison Cooper, Cassie Oswood, Makayela Fuller, Danielle Watkins, Shannon Watkins
Not Pictured: Jayde Martinez and Dakota Merida
The 2012-2013 officers of the Brock Chapter of FFA presented Mr. Holton and Mr. Sullivan with a suprise at the FFA banquet in May. A sign welcoming visitors to Brock was erected this month at the entrance to the High School. The idea came from Danielle Watkins, serving President. She organized the construction with donated materials FFA members collected. The Brock ISD is proud of our FFA students and excited about the sign at the entrance of Eagle Spirit Lane.
Agriculture Facilities Completed
Photo by Gary Grimm
Construction is now finished on the new Brock High School agricultural show and livestock barn that was approved in the May 2012 bond election. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on September 9, 2013 with members of the Brock School Board and Administration, along with current and future agriculture students present. The facilities have a show area and space to house up to 40 livestock projects. The Brock ISD is excited about the new show barn and the opportunities it will provide the students.
Football Stadium Turf Completed
Construction continues on the new Brock High School football stadium complex that was approved in the May, 2013 bond election. The turf and stadium lights are now completed which allows the teams to practice on the field while other parts of the stadium are being constructed. The bleachers and press boxes are currently being installed and construction on the field house, concessions and rest rooms should begin in the near future. The entire complex should be completed in time for the 2014 season.
Photo by Gary Grimm
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