Congratulations to Kayla Brock and Alyssa Pevehouse for being named to the 2016-17 Texas Association of Volleyball Coaches (TAVC) All-State Academic Team! We are fortunate to have such dedicated players that embody the true characteristcs of a student athlete. They will receive certificates at the May 20th TAVC All-Star Tournament at Waco Midway High School.
Serena Patterson was named to the Texas Sports Writers All-State team as an honorable mention middle blocker and Alyssa Pevehouse was named as an honorable mention libero.
Lady Hawks Powerlifting Team Results
The lady hawks powerlifting team traveled to Van on Thursday January 12th and competed in their first meet of the season. The girls competed well and brought home 2nd place as a team in the meet. We are looking forward to an exciting season. Please congratulate these young ladies on a job well done. Below are the individual places in each weight class.
114 Weight Class:
Brooke Coy – 3rd Place
132 Weight Class:
Sarah O’Connor – 3rd Place
148 Weight Class:
McKayla Mcdade – 3rd Place Avery Dickard – 4th Place Courtney Kendrick – 6th Place
165 Weight Class:
Erica Francisco – 3nd Place Sydnee Hammett – 4th Place Alli Aydelott – 5th Place
198 Weight Class:
Rickia Smith – 2nd Place
259 Weight Class:
Lindsey Weaver – 5th Place
Chirs Anderson named Athletic Director
Chris Anderson joins Red Oak ISD after serving as Assistant Athletic Director for Duncanville ISD for seven years. During his tenure in Duncanville, student athletes won three state championships and frequently progressed to playoffs.
“Chris Anderson is a natural leader and coach who has a long track record of success,” said Red Oak ISD Superintendent Dr. Scott Niven. “He understands how competition, teamwork and a love for the game build character for our students and bring joy to our community.”
Anderson said his top priority will be to build relationships with Red Oak ISD’s students, families, coaches and community members.
“Red Oak ISD’s family feel is very evident in every aspect of student life,” he said. “I look forward to being a part of that family and providing the support our students and coaches need. In the end, our top goal is to educate kids, both in the classroom and as team members in athletics. It’s an exciting time to be in Red Oak ISD, a district that has earned an excellent reputation as a result of the innovative teaching and learning it offers to students. I am honored to be on the team.” READ MORE>>>