As spring sports wind down, I am reminded of a popular quote, “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.” We have seen evidence of that this season. The hard work put in over the summers, fall paid off in team and individual success on all teams. Very proud of our Bobcats / LadyCats for their accomplishments.
GOLF: Congratulations to your Golf Teams: Boys were District 29-3A Champions and Girls finished 3rd place. 7 golfers have qualified for Regionals in San Marcos and will compete at Quail Creek Country Club the next couple of days. April 24-25th
Boys District Champions and Regional Qualifiers are: Marcus Sarate, Justin Hernandez, Braxton Cass, Joseph Medrano, Marshall Martin and Kalvin Martin.
Girl Regional Qualifiers are Mykayla Sarate and Elizabeth Olivarez. Congrats to Coach Zinsmeyer and Golf team!
TRACK: Our track teams finished strong at the district track meet. Our JV Boys , JV Girls and Varsity Girls all finished 2nd place District Runner up. Varsity Boys finished 5th overall. Bobcats and Ladycats qualified several athletes to Area and Regionals.
Girls: Felicia Ortiz, Lila Gerdes, Kaylynn Martinez, Lauren Richmond, Kayla Rutkowski, Mireyna Solis, Samantha Tovar, Allie Rodriguez – All girls have qualified for Regionals on April 28th – 29th
Boys: Mark Canales, Marcus Hinojosa, Kalvin Martin, Marshall Martin, Jesse Sabala, George Trevino and Tyler Deleon. –All boys have qualified for Regionals on April 28th – 29th
Following are District Champion: Felicia Oritz – District and Area Champion – 2 mile Marcus Hinojosa – District Champion – Discus Boys Mile Relay District and Area Champions – Mark Canales, Kalvin Martin, Jesse Sabala, Marshall Martin.
Congrats to your Track Coaches: Holly Vasquez, Anthony Ayala, Ryan Gupton, Rene Valdez, Marvin Zinsmeyer, John Salinas, Robert Elizalde.
Tennis: Congratulations to our Tennis Teams. Varsity and JV Boys were District 29-3A Champions : 7 Tennis players qualified for regionals in San Marcos last week.
Qualifying : Marcus Sarate –District Champion, Joe Torres, Justin Hernandez, Augie Alanis, Lauren Richmond (mixed doubles) and Briana Olivares
Softball: Finished district with a win vs Mathis and finished tied for 5th place overall. Team will return many starters next year. Great job LadyCats.
Baseball: Have played some competitive baseball this year in a tough district – will play their last home game tomorrow night versus Bloomington at Skidmore Tynan. Good Luck Bobcats and Congrats to Coach Heather Gonzales.
The greatest source of pride in Skidmore Tynan Athletics is our Student Athletes. Our goal is that each and every athlete will be someone of whom the entire community can be very proud of. There will always be obstacles and challenges that come our way, but I’m reminded that “life is not all about athletics, but athletics is all about life”. We will continue to guide our student athletes through those obstacles and challenges throughout their athletic endeavors and hope they make good decisions.
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