Varsity guard wins state championships

Junior varsity places sixth out of 14 other schools in their division.

Top: Megan Evans, Anamiek Brooks, Kristina Hernandez, Aris Salinas, Katelyn White. Middle: Lauren Matula, Olivia Gusme, Destiny Espinoza, Ariel Melendez, Keely Graber, Nicole Garma. Bottom: Leslie Juarez, Aliyah Woitena, Keyerra French, Jaiden Martinez, Naomi Morrow, Jordan Leyendecker.

Julia Brooks

Top: Megan Evans, Anamiek Brooks, Kristina Hernandez, Aris Salinas, Katelyn White. Middle: Lauren Matula, Olivia Gusme, Destiny Espinoza, Ariel Melendez, Keely Graber, Nicole Garma. Bottom: Leslie Juarez, Aliyah Woitena, Keyerra French, Jaiden Martinez, Naomi Morrow, Jordan Leyendecker.

Leslie Juarez, Staff Writer

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On April 13th, at the Southwest HS TECA State Championships, the Varsity winter guard won first place in the Scholastic A division, blowing the three competing schools out of the water with a score of 84.980.

This will be the second time in four years the guard wins a state championship.  Not only did the varsity win a first place trophy and gold medals but a $1,000 scholarship was awarded to senior captain Jordan Leyendecker.

The junior varsity took sixth place in the division (Scholastic Regional AA) out of 14 schools with a score of 77.05.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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