Wednesday, January 18, 2017
On Saturday 12 EBHS students competed at El Campo's Invitational Speech and UIL tournament and brought home some gold! Not only did we have several students break to finals and medal but our school won Small School Sweepstakes, meaning that we got the most points for advancing and medaling overall. Here are the results:
Speech and Drama Events:
CX Debate- Abbey S. and Keaton M., 5th place
Novice Poetry- Carson K (7th grader), broke to semis
Senior Prose- Hadley C, 2nd place and Keaton M, 5th place
Novice Prose- Julianne S (7th grader), broke to semis
Reader's Theatre- Hadley, Keaton and Abbey, 6th place
Storytelling- Carson K, broke to semis and Keaton M, 2nd place
Soapbox Speaking- Holly A and Abbey S broke to semis
Group Improv- Hadley, Keaton, Abbey, Josh M, 1st place
Allyssa S, Carson, Julianne, Zack G, 3rd place
Set Design- Ciara R, 2nd place
Poster Design- Alyssa S, 2nd place
Political Cartoon- Ciara R, 5th place
Costume Design- Ciara R, 2nd place
Computer Applications- Ciara R, 2nd place
News Wrting- Travis C, 6th place
Spelling- Josh M, 1st place
Social Studies- Abbey S, 8th place
Headline Wrting- Josh M, 5th place
Congratulations to all who competed and the coaches who supported them!
The JV Brahmas improved their season record to 13-1 and their district record to 2-0 last night with a 49-21 win over Rice. Congratulations to the guys, and thank you all for your continued support!
Isaac Munoz - 7 pts
Joe Petrenella - 2 pts
Chris Murille - 2 pts
Reagan Whitley - 4 pts
Payton Peloquin - 2 pts
Tanner Baggett - 10 pts
Patrick Hlavinka - 4 pts
Grady Prazak - 7 pts
Carson Little - 2 pts
Joey Stearman - 6 pts
Christian Alcalar - 3 pts
Congrats to the boys basketball team on beating Rice last night 68-42. That brings the
Brahmas record to 19-5 and 2-0 in District. The Brahmas have a big game vs Brazos this
The J.V. Girls defeated the Danbury Panthers on Friday by a score of 43-13. Emily Kurtz had the hot hand by scoring 30 pts. for the Brahmarettes. Also scoring were: Mackensi Muzik-6 pts., Morgan Kubes, Alyssa Schulte and Blaire Berry-2 pts. each and Brooke Dirba with a free throw.
The girls travel to Rice Tuesday and will host Brazos on Friday.
The J.V. Team is 11-3 on the season and 4-0 in District.
The Brahmarettes defeated Rice last night 54-29. Mackensi Muzik was the leading scorer with 23 pts. Also contributing were: Lexi Marik-8pts., Brooke Dirba-7 pts., Hayley Hoegemeyer, Taylor Bottoms and Blaire Berry-4 pts. each, Bailey Whitley-2 pts., and Morgan Kubes with a free throw.
The J.V. Team is now 12-3 on the season and 5-0 in District.
Last night the Brahmarettes traveled to Rice for their 4th district game. East Bernard found themselves down 10 heading into the 4th quarter before rallying to tie the game up and eventually win in an overtime thriller, 65-63. Leading scorers for the Brahmarettes were Rebecca Rabius with 18, Sabrina Show with 16, Kristen Morse with 15, Julia Janczak with 7, Maycie Atteberry with 4, Cheslee Karasek with 3, and Cheyenne Novicke with 2. The win improves their season record to 15-10, and 3-1 in District. The Brahmarettes will wrap up the first round of district play on Friday night, at home, against Brazos, JV Maroon at 5:00 with Varsity to follow.
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Last night, the Brahmarettes traveled to Danbury for their 3rd district game of the season. The Brahmarettes used a strong first half to secure a 50-29 victory over Danbury and improve to 2-1 in district and 14-10 on the season. Leading scorers for the Brahmarettes were Kristen Morse with 9, Rebecca Rabius with 8, Julia Janczak with 7, Maycie Atteberry with 7, DeeDee Smith with 6, Sabrina Show with 4, Cheslee Karasek with 4, Cheyenne Novicke with 2, Calyn Grymes with 2, and Erin Dawson with 1. The Brahmarettes will be back in action on Tuesday, in Rice. JV will begin at 5:00 with Varsity to follow. The JV White game scheduled against Harmony on Tuesday 1/17, has been canceled.