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!
Brock Team Tennis Going to State!
The Brock Tennis Team won 1st place at the TTCA Regional Tournament making this its fourth consecutive TTCA Regional Championship. The team posted wins over Godley, White Oak, Whitesboro, and Millsap, qualifying them for the State Tournament in Round Rock March 7th & 8th.
Good luck Eagles and Lady Eagles!
UIL Releases District Realignments
The University Interscholastic League released district realignments on February 3, 2014 for the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school years. The UIL added a new 6A classification starting in 2014. The net effect of the UIL change is that most schools will move up one classification although basic enrollments of those schools did not change. Brock will now be a 3A school, as will other districts around us, including Peaster, Millsap, Boyd and Paradise, among many others.
Brock will actually be in two districts next year, one for football and one for basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball and other programs. Football districting is different because all 3A schools are determined to be Division I (larger 3A schools) or Division II (smaller 3A schools). Brock will be in Division I for football, but will be in the general 3A classification for all other programs. The new districts for Brock are listed below:
Conference 3A Basketball & Volleyball (tentative for Baseball & Softball)
District 11 – Region 2
UIL Conference 3A Basketball Alignments
Conference 3A Division I – Football
District 4 – Region I
UIL Conference 3A Division I Football Alignments
National Honor Society Showing Support Through Servant Leadership
The NHS 1st Annual Brock Benefit to assist families of our community in need was an overwhelming show of how we help our own. Many students, faculty, administration, and members of the Brock community attended the auction and concert. Due to the generosity of our amazing community, the auction was a huge success. Live performances by recent Brock High School graduate Colin Cooper and junior student Bailey Cockburn had the dance floor full of people enjoying our homegrown local talent. The Brock Benefit was created to help two families in Brock who have recently experienced unfortunate events. THANK YOU to everyone who came together to help make this event successful. Eagles soar when they take wing!
Pictured: Bailey Cockburn
Benefit Picture Gallery
Brock FFA Sign
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.
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
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