Lady Eagles Softball Advance to Bi-District
The Lady Eagles Softball Team will be playing Whitney in the 1st round of the playoffs this Thursday, April 24th at 7 pm at Saginaw High School. Come out and support these ladies as they begin post season play. Good luck Lady Eagles!
Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students.
Coaches’ passes, District passes and Senior Citizen passes will be accepted.
Brock is the visiting team.
Brock Golf Team Going to State
Congratulations to the boy’s golf team on their 2nd place finish at the regional golf tournament Wednesday and Thursday. With their 2nd place finish, they qualify for the state golf tournament on April 30th and May 1st in Austin. Members of the golf team that participated in the regional golf tournament were Caleb Guyon, Tyler Davis, Casey Neatherlin, Logan Wagner, and Carson Langen. The Brock ISD wishes the Brock Golf Team Good Luck at State!
Carson Langen, Casey Neatherlin, Tyler Davis, Caleb Guyon, Logan Wagner
Brock Tennis Sending 7 to State
The Brock tennis team sent 10 players to the Region II 2A tournament held this week at Tarleton State University, qualifying 7 for the State Tournament to be held at Texas A&M University April 28th and 29th. Both mixed doubles teams from Brock qualified for the tournament with the team of Tyler Davis and Hana Folse claiming the championship while Brock's other mixed team of Brandon Neff and Bailey Nichols took 2nd. Clayton Boles reached the finals of boys singles and fell just short of the championship with a 2nd place finish. In girls doubles Tobi Prater and Alex Rubio defeated Breanna Hunt and Callie Mantooth of Godley 6-1, 6-3 to claim the regional championship. The Brock ISD wishes to congratulate each of these players on a successful season and wish them all the best in State competition.
Top Photo: Coach Folse, Clayton Boles, Hana Folse, Bailey Nichols, Brandon Neff, Coach Joy Bottom Photo: Alex Rubio and Tobi Prater
Track and Field Sending 14 to Regional Meet
On April 15th, 17 Brock athletes traveled to Boyd to participate in the District 9 & 10 Area Meet. The track teams performed well at the Area Meet and 14 Brock athletes are advancing to the Regional Track Meet at Tarleton State University on Friday, April 25th and Saturday, April 26th. Ashley Gooch advanced in the Discus, while Allie Popeck qualified in the 400M Dash. Also qualifying for the girls team was the 4 X 400M Relay team, which consists of Trisha Jacobs, Breana Madry, Emily Wahlenmaier and Popeck, and alternates Lindsey Alexander and Sabra Washington. On the boys side, Jansen Ivey advanced in the Long Jump and Micah Thornton in the 800M run. The boys 4 X 400M Relay team also advanced with David Youngblood, Leddy French, Thornton and Klay Marr leading the way, along with alternates Trent Patino and Kyle Thiel. Field events begin at 9:00 am on both days with Prelims beginning at 3:30 pm on Friday and Finals beginning at 2:30 pm on Saturday. Good luck to the Brock Track teams at Regionals!
NHS Inducts New Members
The Brock High School National Honor Society inducted 24 new members at a ceremony on Tuesday, April 15th. The induction ceremony was held at Brock High School and was attended by the new inductees, as well as current NHS members and a large audience of family, friends, teachers and staff. The Brock NHS is in its fifth year of existence and was extremely active in service and leadership projects in the 2013-2014 school year. Brock ISD is proud of all of our National Honor Society students and of the high expectations and standards provided by the NHS sponsors, Ms. Jamie Whitehead and Mrs. Sue Brunner.
2014 Brock HS National Honor Society Inductees
Brock Team Tennis Finishes 2nd at the TTCA State Tournament
The Brock Tennis Team made its sixth appearance in seven years at the TTCA State Team Tournament. After posting wins against Forsan, East Bernard, and Wall; the Eagles faced perennial powerhouse Mason in the final team competition of the season. Brock fought hard but fell short of the win by a score of 11-8. Improving over last year’s third place finish is a strong testament to the hard work and determination of the Brock coaching staff and players. The Brock ISD is proud of the success Tennis has had and hopeful of future returns to the state tournament. Congratulations Brock Tennis on a job well done.
Brock Basketball Continuing the Tradition of Excellence
On Saturday, March 1st, the Lady Eagles played for their 6th consecutive state title. Although they came up just short against Wall, losing 48-44 in the championship game, the Lady Eagles still captured the Silver medal at the UIL Girls State Basketball Tournament. In the Semi-Finals the day before, the Lady Eagles defeated Franklin 78-38 to advance to the championship game. The win represented the 38th consecutive playoff victory for the team in the past 6 years. In addition, the Lady Eagles were vying for their 9 state tournament title in the past 13 years. It was another incredible season for the Lady Eagles. Congratulations to Lexie Ducat and Rachel Harrell for being selected to the 2014 UIL Girls Basketball State All-Tournament Team.
In Stephenville, on the same day, the Brock Eagles were playing in the Regional Final vying for their third straight state tournament appearance. The Eagles almost made it happen, narrowly missing the trip to Austin by two points against district rival Ponder, losing 50-48. The day prior, Brock played Red Oak Life in the semi finals, winning 62-54. The Brock Eagles had a great season and are looking forward to contending again next year for another state tournament berth.
Congratulations to the Brock basketball coaching staffs and players for their outstanding seasons. They showed an unwavering commitment to excellence throughout the entire season and we are proud of their efforts!
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