In the JH Girls Race, Abby Hudgins finished 8th, Kellen Dorotik was 11th, Kyleigh Longoria was 18th, and Megan Gasch finished 19th to all earn medalist honors. Anna Witte was 21st, Kylee Bates finished 29th, Briseyda Castillo was 56th, and Kadence Hernandez was 57th with 112 girls competing in the race. In the team competition, St. Paul earned the team title and East Bernard finished as the runner up with Halletsville placing 3rd overall. In the Biys race, Colby Kurtz was the first EB runner to cross in 10th place to earn medalist honors. Chris Kopecky finished 26th, Zach Fuechec was 36th, Jackson Morrow 40th, and Zimm Jochec 45th. In the team competition, Flatonia earned the team championship with Brazos as the runner up and East bernard finishing 3rd out of 11 teams. Congratulations to all the runners! The Cross Country teams will be competing in their last regular season meet at Willow Waterhole on Saturday Sept. 29 with the Varsity Girls racing first at 8:00 am .
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
The Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams competed in the Weimar CC Invitational this past Saturday. In the Varsity Boys race, East Bernard finished 3rd out of 15 teams. Sealy placed first, Rice placed 2nd, and East Bernard finished 3rd. Individually, East Bernard had 3 medalists. Bo Badger placed 3rd, Mason Crist 7th, and Kolby Townsend 18th. Barrett Whitley was 28th, Ethan Rejsek 41st, Jackson Barta 69th, and Cade Grovanovic 87th with 139 boys competing in the race. In the Varsity Girls race, East Bernard finished 2nd to Yoakum with St. Paul finishing third. There were 13 teams competing in the Girls race. Individually, East bernard had 5 medalists. Madison Muzik finished 3rd, Aracely finished 11th, Libby Hancock finished 13th, Samantha Rabius 14th, and Emma Alexander finished 17th. Kimball Swiger was 23rd, Caitlyn Fuechec was 27th, Sophie Morrow 33rd, Alyssa Schulte 37th, Alejandra was 45th, and Maria Avila 50th with 144 girls competing in the race.
Monday, September 24, 2018
Due to a cancellation with Hempstead, our freshman football team will be traveling to Alief Crump Stadium to play Alief Hastings @ 4:30 on Thursday 9-27-18. Thanks for your attention to this matter.
The Brahmarettes had their first home district match on Friday. All three teams swept Tidehaven!
Varsity defeated Tidehaven 25-18; 25-9; 25-11 to advance to 4-0 in district play.
The Brahmarettes head to Danbury tomorrow night and are home again this Friday against Van Vleck as they close out the first round of district.
The Freshman Brahma’s traveled to Houston to take on the Tomball Christian Warriors. Short fields and turnovers trampled the Brahmas hope for another victory. The young Brahmas looked like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a team of two faces whose early mistakes cost them the victory.
Halftime sparked a charge into the Brahma defense, who would inevitably shut out the Warriors in the second half. Mason Crist had an outstanding interception on third down, which he returned to their 9 yard line. Today the Brahma Defense was led by outstanding second half play from Blake Jedlicka, Weston Swoboda, Boone Lee, Jonah Kubena, and Mark Glover. Offensively scoring was a struggle for our young Brahmas, however our young men showed great resolve against a bigger faster opponent. In the second half, the Brahmas offense got back to their smash mouth ground and pound offensive attack. The offense was led by hard running from Blake Jedlicka and Weston Swoboda.
The game did not go our way, but everyone should be extremely proud of these young men. They played with great character and class for forty minutes. Please congratulate our kids not on the loss but congratulate them for their relentless effort and remember iron has to pass through fire before it can become steel. Next Thursday the Brahmas will take on Hempstead at Memorial Stadium.
Your East Bernard JV Football team took on the Edna Cowboys over in Edna. The Brahmas were lead by a great defensive outing winning the game 23-0.
The Defense consistently made great stops throughout the game. The game was sealed late with an interception from Brennan Peloquin and a safety led by Dallas Novicke. Overall the defense only let the Cowboys get to their end of the field once the entire game. Also contributing to the defensive charge was Davis Coldeway, Trey Steffens, Jose Cubias, Carlos Montalbo, Raul Tavarez, Nik Schatz, Brody Reinecke, and Cole Polak.
The Offense for the Brahmas had to show some perseverance throughout the night. The Brahmas had to earn everything they got offensively last night. Standouts offensively for the Brahmas were Nik Schatz, Andrew Schmidt, and Dallas Novicke, all scoring touchdowns. Other standouts for the Brahmas were Ethan Hlavinka and Charles Boettcher for their outstanding blocking on the perimeter. Running the ball hard for the Brahmas were Andrew Dirba and Riley Polak. None of this could have been possible without the tough blocking upfront by Bryce Somer, Casen Ivy, Caydan Hall, Blake Walters, Dylan Baird, Riley Moseley, and Devin Bowen.
Special teams were led by great kicking by Grant Prazak converting on all of his extra points, going 3-3 for the night.
The Brahmas played a tough, hard nosed game and we are all extremely proud to come out victorious. If you see any of these young men please be sure to congratulate them on a game well played.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
The 9th football game vs Tomball Christian for Thursday 9-20-18 (tomorrow) will now be played at Dean Middle School 14104 Reo St. Houston TX 77040.
If you are interested in assisting our cafeteria staff as a substitute, please visit the administration office for an application.
Contact Manager Brittany Kaminski with any further questions.
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Monday, September 17, 2018
On Friday all three volleyball teams swept Boling! The varsity girls won 25-18; 25-23, 25-16.
Tomorrow all three teams travel to West Columbia for a non-district match and on Friday we are finally back home with our first home district match against Tidehaven. The varsity team plays at 5 followed by JV and then Freshman.
Friday, September 14, 2018
Yesterday, the EB Freshman team was cocked, locked, and ready to rock the El Campo Ricebirds. Memorial Stadium was like a field of dove hunters, on opening day. EB won the toss and proceeded to blast the Ricebirds all over Memorial Stadium 26-0. A heavy dose of running by Blake Jedlicka and Weston Swoboda helped march the Brahmas down the field on their opening possession. Caleb Magness capped the Brahma drive with a 15 yd touchdown pass to Blake Jedlicka. The next series the Brahma defense continued to dominate the line of scrimmage. All game the Brahma defense looked like the stone wall built by Nehemiah in Jerusalem. Each player on defense continued to hold their end of the rope and overwhelmed the Ricebird attack, holding their second opponent in a row scoreless.
After forcing a punt, the Brahma offense once again was on the march. A fifty-five yard touchdown scamper by Weston Swoboda, put the Brahmas up 14-0. The defense continued to stifle the Ricebird attack and forced a punt once again. Running the Ball proved to be the formula all game long, for the Brahmas. Swoboda capped another Brahma drive with a long touchdown run bringing the score to 20-0 at the half. The second half started much like the first, the Brahmas ferocious defense wouldn’t give an inch forcing another punt. A long third quarter drive by the Brahmas ended with an unfortunate fumble, however our stingy defense kept the Ricebirds at bay. The third quarter came to an end without a change on the scoreboard, 20-0 Brahmas.
In the fourth quarter, the Brahmas added one more score for the day. Mason Crist capped another long scoring drive with an outstanding run in the red zone. Today the Brahma offensive attack was led by outstanding play on the ground by Swoboda, Jedlicka, Crist, and Minks. The Brahmas offensive line continues to be the foundation of our offensive attack and they out physicaled the Ricebirds today. Defensively the Brahmas had truly a team effort, I could list every kid down, because everyone did their job today. However, several kids led the way for us today, Bryan Olvera, Swoboda, Jonah Kubena, Mark Glover, and Boone Lee led our defense today.
A stifling defense and a tenacious offense was to much for the Ricebirds, the Brahmas pushed their opponent scoreless scoring streak to ten quarters. Please make sure we congratulate our young freshman for a job well done. Next week the Brahmas will travel to Tomball Christian in look for their third win in a row.
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
The East Bernard Girls and Boys Cross Country teams competed in the Region 3 Preview in Huntsville this past Saturday having the opportunity to compete against several teams that are in our Region as well as the chance to run on the Regional Course. The Boys competed first against 20 team in the 1A - 4A Division. As a team, the boys finished 10th overall. Individually, Mason Crist finished first for East Bernard in 23rd place, followed by Bo Badger in 41st, Austin Drapier in 65th, Barrett Whitley in 70th, Kolby Townsend in 83rd, Ethan Rejsek in 106th, and Jackson Barta in 110th. There were 162 runners competing in the race. In the Varsity Girls race, East Bernard finished as the Runner-up team behind Fairfield, the same team that edged the Brahmarettes out last week at the SFA Invitational. Fairfield was 1st with 47 points, East Bernard 2nd with 62 points, McGregor 3rd with 103 points, Huffman 4th with 144 points, and Franklin 5th with 159 points to round out the top 5 teams from the 18 teams competing in the 1A - 4A Division. Individually, Madison Muzik finished 4th and Aracely Acevedo was 10th to earn medalist honors. Libby Hancock finished 12th, Emma Alexander 20th, Alyssa Schulte 26th, Samatha Rabius 27th, Caitlyn Fuechec 30th, Kimball Swiger 34th, Erica Beaird 36th, Sophie Morrow 53rd, Alejandra Avila 63rd, and Maria Avila 78th with 150 girls competing in the race. Congratulations to all the runners. All the East Bernard CC teams will be competing in Shiner on Saturday at Green Dickson Park next to the High School. The Varsity Girls will race first at 8:30 followed by the Varsity Boys at 8:55, , the JV Girls and Boys will race together at 9:25, and the JH Boys and Girls will race together at 9:50