Middle School Soccer players -- do you want to play outdoor soccer? Do you want to play with your University School friends? So do we! We are getting a team of players from University School to play in the FCDallasTri Johnson City Recreational League. Here are the details:
If you would like to play with some of the players from University School, you need to do TWO things:
1 . Go to http://www.fcdallastri.org/ to register by this Saturday, March 8th. You will see a box on the right hand side that says "2014 Recreational Spring Registration". Select that box and follow the instructions. Be sure to select the" 2014 Spring Recreational Johnson City" option. The option will show up after you select the age group (as long as they are U14 or less).
2. Let Beth Strickler know at email@example.com that you are registering. We need 12 players to be classified as a team - so let your friends know. We can have both boys and girls play on the same team.
Thanks! Feel free to contact Beth Strickler (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. Let's play some soccer!
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Congratulations to our Bucs Basketball teams on a great season! Marcus Taylor made the District 1-A All-tournament team. Lady Bucs Lexi Crouthers and Taylor Treadway also made All-Conference team.
Our Middle School Girls finished the season as the "Washington County Seventh Grade Tournament Champions"!!! Proud of our Bucs!!!!
January 10th, 2014 11:41 pm by Trey Williams
University High is temporarily without point guard Luke Willoughby and shooting guard Joseph Phillips, but it still has quite a backcourt in Marcus Taylor. The 5-foot-9 senior overcame constant attention from Cloudland to score 25 points, including 11-of-12 foul shooting in the fourth quarter, and the Junior Bucs pulled away for a 57-49 Watauga Valley Conference victory Friday at Brooks Gym.
Four of Taylor's free throws came compliments of two Cloudland technical fouls in the final 63 seconds after Brady Horton's two free throws had given UH (2-3, 8-9) a 50-41 lead.
Taylor put the finishing touches on the victory with a crowd-pleasing driving dish to Horton for a lay-in that made it 54-41 with 47 seconds left.
Horton and fellow senior frontcourt players Nate Berning and Jordan Evans were instrumental in victory, according to Taylor. They combined for 10 blocks. Horton had 14 rebounds and four blocks. Berning had five blocks and Evans had nine rebounds.
"They made it tough on me but everybody played so well around me, and that was important to the outcome," Taylor said. "Those blocked shots are something that are invaluable. They came through really big for us." Taylor scored four of his five field goals and 14 points in the first half, including a pair of free throws with 4.5 seconds left in the second quarter that gave UH a 26-18 halftime lead.
"We thought they'd do a lot to limit his touches and they did a pretty good job of that," UH coach Justin Penley said. "Some other guys that have been role players took it upon themselves to impact the game in a positive way. I thought our posts played well. I thought Brady really provided a spark for us. Cloudland usually does a good job on the glass. We had to take advantage of that size in the post."
The Highlanders (2-2, 7-11), who were led by guard Austin Whitehead's 16 points, opened the third quarter with a 10-run that gave them a 28-26 lead on Zack Benfield's transition basket that Whitehead assisted with 5:51 left in the period. But Taylor answered with four straight points, including an 18-footer.
"We came out flat," Cloudland coach Gary Harrison said. "They outplayed us the first half and we never recovered from it. We've gotta become more mentally tough. If you don't play four quarters in this league you're gonna lose. "He (Taylor) is a great player and we knew that coming in. ... He can singlehandedly beat you."
Dustin Estes scored 14 points for the Junior Bucs, who made 29 of 39 free throws.
Cloudland was 14 of 24 at the line.
Preston Ongtengco's 3-pointer via a two-dribble pull-up gave UH the lead for good (43-41) with 2:50 left. He dove to force a turnover at the other end 27 seconds later.
"I thought we played really well defensively and we were able to get to the free throw line and convert," Penley said. "Down the stretch I thought we played smart."
UH was 2 for 16 from 3-point range. Taylor made the other trey.
Colby Birchfield scored 11 points for Cloudland. Jesse Potter added eight.
Cloudland at University School basketball
January 12th, 2014 11:55 pm by Dave Boyd
Cloudland (girls) 54
University High 40
Haley Johnson scored 15 points and point guard Courtney Clarke had 14 points and five assists to help the Lady Highlanders (2-2, 17-3) outlast the fired-up Lady Junior Bucs.
Taylor Treadway's 10-foot baseline shot went halfway down before spinning out with around 4:45 remaining, It would've cut Cloudland's lead to 46-39, Instead, Clarke found Johnson for a transition basket that made it 48-37 with 4:25 to go.
University High coach Rayne Price credited Clarke as Cloudland's catalyst. "We wanted to stay between her and the basket and make her a shooter," Price said. "She does a good job of making them go."
Barrett Wherry scored 14 points for University High (0-5, 5-10). Treadway and Brie Nikolous added 10 and eight, respectively.
The University High starters played 159 of 160 minutes. "I was real encouraged by how they played tonight," Price said. "It's hard to be mad when the girls are playing that hard, especially when they (starters) are playing (basically) the whole game."
Forward Courtney Wilson scored 12 points for Cloudland.
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November 30th, 2013 8:14 pm by Jeff Birchfield
Both head coaches agreed: Marcus Taylor was the difference for University High against Happy Valley.
Taylor scored 37 points to lift the Junior Bucs to a 68-65 victory over the Warriors in the opening game of Saturday action at the 24th annual Hardee's Classic basketball tournament at David Crockett High School.
In the fifth-place game, Daniel Boone rallied from 14 points to beat Cherokee in overtime and Greeneville beat Unaka for seventh-place.
Taylor had 18 points in the fourth quarter, including a rare 4-point play, to put the Junior Bucs ahead in a game which featured six second-half ties and 10 lead changes.
"I'm just glad it was enough," Taylor said as the Junior Bucs improved to 2-4.
"We needed a win, and I was just lucky I hit enough to win the game. We lost a tough game to Unaka the other night that was kind of the same way. Today, we were down in the fourth quarter, but we came back and won. That's promising for us.
We needed it."University High's coach Justin Penley had plenty of his praise for his 5-foot-9 senior guard's efforts against the Warriors (1-7).
"The difference in that game was that Marcus played on our team and not theirs," Penley said. "Marcus definitely came to play tonight. He made enough plays at the end to pull it out for us."
For the Warriors, it was a better showing after losing by double digits in each of their first two Hardee's Classic games. Happy Valley had a chance to send it into overtime, missing a tying 3-pointer at the buzzer. "I thought our effort level was much better than the last two games," HV head coach Chuck Babb said.
"Mistakes were more limited. We made two or three in the last two minutes that were critical, but all in all, I was much happier with the effort.
"Taylor, we knew who he was when we got here, and two of our timeouts were spent talking about him and what they were going to do to get him the ball. But, he's a great player and credit to him how he made some big shots down the stretch.
"Happy Valley emerged from the first quarter with a 14-12 lead.
After University High led most of the second quarter, the Warriors regained the lead on a Josh Hammonds bucket. Nathan Kyte knocked down a 12-foot jumper at the buzzer to give HV a 26-23 lead at the half.
The Junior Bucs had their own buzzer-beater at the end of the third quarter, when Luke Willoughby knocked down a 3-pointer to close within 42-40 heading into the final eight minutes.Willoughby gave University High the lead for good with a 3-point play to put the Junior Bucs up 64-61 in a second half.
Still, it came down to that final buzzer, which Penley said will serve his team well once they get to league play.
"Often times, it comes down not to coaching as much as guys making plays," he said. "Night in and night out, you know you're going to face solid game plans and guys are going to put their guys in spots. Hopefully, your guys make plays more than the other team."
Joseph Phillips added 15 points and nine rebounds in the University High victory.
Tyler Marlowe led Happy Valley with 18 points, while Corey Matherly posted a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds. Brandon Young matched the rebounding total, while freshman Austin Hicks scored nine points for the Warriors.
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October 24th, 2013 8:41 pm by
University High captured the Region 1-A/AA boys' cross country championship on Thursday at Daniel Boone High School for its first regional title since 2009.
Noah Jones (17:25) and Levi Carter (17:44) had individual finishes of sixth and seventh as the Junior Bucs finished ahead of runner-up Sullivan East 56-69 in the team standings.
"We were really struggling early in the season, but the boys worked hard to turn it around," UH coach Dee Perry said. "I've got to thank Landon Milhorn, the former ETSU runner who has been helping coach the boys. They responded well to Landon, but they worked hard and wanted to win this. They wanted us to bring that championship plaque back home again.
"A mixture of youth and experience was needed to haul in the prize. Freshman Zach Branham finished 10th (18:09), while seniors Hayden Simmons and Tanner Smith placed 15th and 18th in the individual standings.
"My fifth boy, I'm really proud of him," Perry said. "Tanner had a stress fracture and he's not even run since Sept. 15. He was tough. Without Tanner, he wouldn't have made it today.
"Wesley Pectol of Greeneville easily captured the individual title with his time of 15:44, nearly 23 seconds ahead of runner-up Zach Long of Grainger. Pectol enjoyed being out front at the Daniel Boone course where he hasn't always had the best times.
"It was a good race and it felt good," Pectol said. "I like this course, but the funny thing is I never ran very well on it the past three years. I don't know what it was, but I just felt so much better on this course today.
"Addie Leonard made it a Greeneville sweep of the individual titles with her run of 20:32, placing her 31 seconds ahead of teammate Hannah Rhodes.
As a result, Greeneville won the girls' team competition 34-61 over Sullivan East with University High third with 82 points.
Elizabethton's Maci Shell finished third individually at 21:30, and Whitley True of Unicoi County finished 10th (22:38) to make her the final individual to qualify for the state meet.
University High's Cora Allison finished one spot behind Shell in fourth. Others who scored for the Lady Bucs were: Olivia Augsburger (eighth), Rebekah Owen (12th), Ashley Daniel (20th) and Makenzie Taylor (44th).
"I'm really proud of my girls," Perry said. "We came into today with only two (runners) from varsity. The other three were eighth-graders we moved up after their eighth-grade race. That's all we had."
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October 22nd, 2013 9:24 pm by Douglas Fritz
When two teams can't score in soccer, they stop playing the full-field game and reduce the action to penalty kicks.
For University High, it was a season-ending miniaturization.
Chuckey-Doak defeated the Lady Junior Bucs by an official final score of 1-0, outscoring them 4-3 on penalty kicks in the Region 1-A/AA semifinals Tuesday night at Summers-Taylor Stadium.
UH finished its year at 8-5 while Doak improved to 9-6-2 and advanced to Thursday's title game against Greeneville, which defeated Sullivan South, 4-1
What set up the PK drama was two 40-minute periods of scoreless soccer, followed by two 10-minute periods of the same. Then after a pair of 5-minute sudden death periods, the teams lined up and took their shots on goal.
Savannah Wexler connected for UH first, but Doak answered.
After each team missed — with UH getting a nice save from goalkeeper Taylor Treadway — Belle Bright's shot sizzled inside the left post for a 2-1 advantage.
Doak fought back for the tie, but Aubrey Campbell pushed the Junior Bucs back in front.
Again, Doak answered to make it 3-3.
When Lady Black Knights' goalkeeper Beth Ann Burns denied UH's fifth attempt, the game was in the hands of Doak's Alicia Phillips.
"You know it's do or die, and you know it's all on the line," said Phillips.
"I had given 100 percent on the field, and I knew no matter what happened we could hold our heads high. I was thinking all glory to God because we gave 100 percent.
"In practice, Phillips said her PK attempts always go to the same spot: left corner. Phillips took a rip and planted it inside the left post, leaving UH stunned and touching off a Chuckey-Doak celebration.
"I have a superstition you can feel the ball is going in when you kick it," said Phillips. "So I had confidence it was going in."
Treadway couldn't pull off her second PK stop, but it was her play in goal that got the Junior Bucs that deep into the game. She made a pair of terrific saves in the second half to keep the Black Knights scoreless.
"She has tremendous heart," said UH assistant coach Caitlyn Epps. "She's had back trouble, and she has been on crutches and laying in bed. But there was no question she was going to play tonight.
"UH had its chances in regulation play, but couldn't get its best shots on frame. Three times the shots were high, and two of them just barely went over the crossbar.
"We were pretty unlucky the whole game," said Epps. "And it was a sloppy game for us. We didn't put more than a couple of passes together. We weren't creative with the ball.
"The end of the game was spotlighted, but Epps said UH didn't really lose the contest at that point."We told the players at the end of the game it wasn't their fault," said Epps. "It was up to us to score earlier. Every person on the team was to blame."And the coaches were to blame. We didn't have the team as ready as we should have. (Penalty kicks) was a hard position to be in."
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October 15th, 2013 9:46 pm by Douglas Fritz
ELIZABETHTON — After a career total of 101 goals, none was sweeter for Savannah Wexler than this one.
With just 62 seconds left in regulation, the University High senior delivered a 20-yard sizzler just under the crossbar to give the Lady Junior Bucs a 1-0 victory over Elizabethton in the District 1-A/AA soccer semifinals at Rider Field on Tuesday night. It was a season-ender for the Lady Cyclones (8-10) while UH (7-4) advanced to Thursday's championship game against Sullivan South at 4:30 p.m. in Kingsport.
"This was the best goal I've scored," said Wexler. "It was the most meaningful." In a contest that seemed destined for overtime, Wexler caught a nice pass from Maya Houston in the middle of the field. Immediately it was clear the Lady Cyclones were in trouble. Wexler struck the ball solidly and kept it high enough to prevent a play from Elizabethton's goalkeeper.
"Because I've played soccer so long, I can tell when the ball is going in," said Wexler. "On that shot, the minute I struck it I knew it was going in the goal.
"God gave me the ability to score. I was happy to put it in."
After a scoreless first half where Elizabethton couldn't finish a couple of really nice chances, the Lady Junior Bucs controlled possession most of the second half. But UH couldn't get ball into the net.
University High head coach Victor Chirica said his team won because of effort. "I think we really tried hard to win this game," said Chirica. "We fought the whole game, beginning to end. We knew if we lost, the season was over for us. The girls gave 100 percent." UH won many of the 50-50 balls, and that was one of the differences, said Cyclones' head coach Bill McClay.
"They were quicker to most of the 50-50 balls," said McClay. "Hats off to them. They physically won the match. We played Tennessee High a couple of days ago, and we won most of the 50-50 balls. It's hard to understand why we didn't tonight. We just didn't have that extra gear." McClay said the game's lone goal was just one of those things.
"It's the way the ball bounces," he said. "But we didn't do a great job of thinking, 'Hey, I've got to clear the ball now.'
" Wexler said she believes her team still has some postseason noise to make. "If we play like we did tonight, I think we have a chance to go a long way," said Wexler. "We came close the last time against Sullivan South, but lost in the last two minutes."
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Lady Cyclones vs University Dave Boyd/Johnson City Press
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Cross Country Victory! A big congratulations to both our Boys and Girls Middle School Cross Country teams who competed in the regional meet on Saturday October 12th. The boys team walked away with a fourth place finish with Jeb Jones placing 2nd overall and Pablo Rivas finishing 13th. The remaining boys demonstrated pack running at its finest to help the Junior Bucs advance to state. The girls team was lead by Cora Allison who placed 7th overall and Bekah Owen followed by Breanna Fee, Ashley Daniels, Camilla Rivas, and Calli Newberry. All the Junior Buc Ladies had a strong day to get the team to a fifth place finish which allowed the team to advance to state. Both teams will compete in Knoxville for the State Meet on Saturday, October 19th. Congrats to both teams on a job well done!
Congratulations to our Cross Country teams who competed in the Hagan Stone Cross Country Meet in North Carolina. Middle School Boys Team came in 3rd, Jeb Jones came in 7th, Pablo Rivas came in 13th overall, and Cora Allison came in 7th overall for Girls. Way to go, Bucs!!!
UNIVERSITY HIGH WINS September 3rd, 2013
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September 3rd, 2013 11:42 pm by Lee Talbert
University High Lady Bucs played Elizabethton Lady Cyclones at the Civitan Park Soccer Complex in Johnson City Tuesday evening. (Lee Talbert/Johnson City Press)
University High beat Elizabethton 2-0 in girls' soccer on Tuesday.
Lady Bucs top Elizabethton
Savannah Wexler scored a goal and assisted on another as the University High girls soccer team defeated Elizabethton 2-0 in a conference match Tuesday night at Civitan Park.
Wexler, who scored on an assist from Sarah Robinson, helped out on Maya Houston's goal. Taylor Treadway got the shut out in goal. Centerback Gracie Gregg helped out on defense.
University High improved to 4-1 and 1-0 in the league, and plays again Thursday night against Tennessee High at Civitan Park.
Above, University High's Alayna Smith controls the ball.
Above, UH's Michaela Lane moves in for a tackle on Elizabethton's Olivia Bell.
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December 31st, 2013 11:55 pm by Dave Boyd
December 30th, 2013 11:11 pm by Jeff Birchfield
...University High 47, Unaka 43
Taylor Treadway scored 18 points as the Lady Bucs (5-9) held off a late Unaka rally for the win over their conference foe.
Shanda Matheson hit a 3-point goal to pull the Lady Rangers (5-12) within two points with 15 seconds left.
On the next possession, UH's Barrett Wherry got a loose ball out of a scramble and scored on a lay-up to put the game away. Wherry ended with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Lexi Crouthers had a 15-point effort.
"When we play with enthusiasm and energy, I like how we play as a team," UH coach Rayne Price said.
"Taylor had been struggling behind the perimeter, but she's coming around. Barrett had a great game, a double-double as she was rebounding the ball really well. She did a good job on (Brandi) Ensor when we needed her the most."
Ensor and Jessie Matheson scored a dozen points apiece to lead Unaka. The Lady Rangers trailed 18-9 after one quarter, but scored 11 straight to take the lead.
UH responded with the next eight points to go ahead 26-20. They led the rest of the way.
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HS Boys Basketball
November 26th, 2013 11:00 pm by Jeff Birchfield
Unaka 74 University High 70
The Rangers (4-4) went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in the final 64 seconds after the Junior Bucs (1-4) had erased a 17-point deficit.
Unaka held a 29-13 lead over University High 29-13 in the first quarter and 45-33 at halftime.
Logan Carrier led Unaka's charge over its Watauga Valley Conference rival with 27 points. Alex Baltaji worked the interior for 25 points. In the final minute, freshman point guard Joe Searfoss and senior forward Eli Rasnick were perfect from the free-throw line.
"I keep saying if these guys will stay together and be all in with what we want to get done, we will be pretty good," Unaka head coach Aaron Dugger said.
"We just have to keep getting better. The main thing right now is our shot selection when we have a big lead. If we clean that up, we're going to be all right."
Marcus Taylor tallied 27 points, including six shots behind the 3-point line, and Joseph Phillips came through with 15 for University High.
Still trailing by a dozen heading into the final quarter, the Junior Bucs went on a 16-2 run to briefly take the lead.
"What it really boils down to is Unaka was ready to play tonight and we weren't," UH head coach Justin Penley said.
"We went through the motions and weren't sharp early. By the time we woke up and started doing good things, we had spotted them too much. Give Unaka credit, when we briefly took the lead, they made the plays down the stretch to get the win."
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HS Boys Basketball
November 25th, 2013 10:51 pm by Jeff Birchfield
David Crockett 66 University High 52
The Pioneers (5-1) scored seven points in the last 15 seconds of the third quarter to pull away from the Junior Bucs (1-3) in the nightcap.
Before then, University High had cut a 14-point Crockett lead in half.
"That's what you play for, those 6-0 to 8-0 runs," Pioneers head coach John Good said.
"If you can get one of those each quarter, at the end of the game, you've got a lead. The kids just really got it. It's one of those things when you score, you play better defense."
Sophomore guard Patrick Good led the way for the Pioneers with a 22-point performance, including six points in an 11-2 run to put the game away in the final quarter. Luke Hopson tallied 10 points and Isaac Barkley added nine in the Crockett victory.
"It was a grind," Coach Good said. "I knew (UH) coach (Justin) Penley would have them prepared and they came out body blow after body blow. But, our kids just ground it out. We played hard and that's what we're going to be about, playing hard."
Joseph Phillips was the leading scorer for the Junior Bucs with 18 points.
Fellow senior Marcus Taylor finished with 17 for UH.
Crockett will face defending tournament champion Greeneville in today's late quarterfinal. University High will meet Watauga Valley Conference rival Unaka in a losers' bracket contest.
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November 2nd, 2013 11:30 pm by From staff reports
NASHVILLE — Daniel Boone finished state runner-up in the Class AAA boys cross country meet for a second straight year on Saturday at Percy Warner Park.
Other local squads also had plenty of success. Science Hill posted fifth-place finishes in both the Class AAA boys' and girls' races, while the University High boys were fourth in the Class A-AA competition .
In the Class A-AA boys, Noah Jones finished 12th individually (17:08) to lead the Junior Bucs to a fourth-place team finish.
Levi Carter and Zac Branham added finishes of 17:55 and 18:08, respectively.
Seniors Tanner Smith (18:16) and Hayden Simmons (18:46) also added to the University High points total.
"We wanted to be top-five and fourth-place was great," University High head coach Dee Perry said.
"It was a lot better than we did last year. Our top three come back so next year, we want to finish even higher.
Our girls finished 12th and we have the top-five girls back for the next two years. I'm really looking for them to win it in the next two years."
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University School Golf,
Nick Sewell, who fired a 2-under-par 70 at the District 1 A/AA Golf Tournament at Elizabethon Golf Course on September 16th. Nick finished third overall, qualifying for the Regional Tournament. In the Regional Tournament Nick shot a 73 on September 23rd, qualifying for the state tournament at Willowbrook Golf Club in Manchester. At the State Tournament, Nick carded a two-round total of 162 (84-78). We are proud of you, Nick! Swing, Bucs, Swing!
Congratulations to the Middle School Cross Country Boys and Girls teams who had a STRONG showing at the Overmountain Run which was run at Sycamore Shoals. The boys walked away with a second place finish and were lead by Jeb Jones who placed first in the meet, Pablo Rivas who placed 9th, and Cooper Pack who came in 12th. The top 6 were rounded out by Caleb Strickler, Alex Lemery and Nick Pohlgeers. Congratulations to all the boys who ran hard to lead the Junior Bucs to a strong showing!
The girls had a strong meet finishing in 6th place overall and were lead by Cora Allison who placed 6th overall in the meet as well as Bekah Owen and Bekah Rice who came in the top three for the bucs. Ashley Daniel, Courtney Henley and Calli Newberry also had strong finishes rounding out the top 6 for the bucs. Congratulations to all the ladies for a job well done!
HS Boys Basketball
Attention all High School Boys interested in trying-out for
this season: Conditioning will begin October 1st, from 10:00-11:30am; meet in the weightroom (room 105) of Brooks Gym. We will also meet October 3rd, from 3:30-5:00, and each day after school from 3:30-5:00 beginning October 7th. Attendance at conditioning is expected of all players who want to try-out. Please contact Coach Penley (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions
Middle School Girls Basketball
All 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Girls interested in trying out for the
Middle School Girls Basketball Team
are encouraged to attend open gym in the school gym on Sunday, September 8th, from 3 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Please contact Coach Matt Wood if you have any questions
Cross Country Victory!
Congratulations to the University Middle School Cross Country runners who had a strong showing on Thursday during the Redskin Rally Invitational. A record number of runners participated with 699 among the field. The JV boys were lead by Lewis and Collin with Nelson, Kalin and Tuck rounding out the team. The varsity middle school girls were lead by Cora Allison who finished 10th with Bekah Owen and the rest of the team close in tow. The middle school boys finished 1st as a team with Jeb Jones placing 2nd and Pablo Cooper, Will Owen, Caleb Strickler and Nick executing pack running to bring home the win for the Junior Bucs. Congratulations to all the runners for an amazing race!
Link to Tennessee Runner - Run Fer Da Hills Meet Results (photo gallery!)
Congratulations to both
Cross Country teams. The High School boys finished 1st in the Run fer da Hills meet last Saturday. Levi Carter was our first finisher in 5th place. Noah Jones and Zach Branham were in the top 15. Olivia Augsburger was the top finisher for the girls in 24th place.
Middle School boys also took 1st place at the same meet. Jeb Jones finished 2nd overall with Pablo Rivas and Cooper Pack finishing in the top 10. Cora Allison was our top girl in 9th place overall. The girls finished 7th. Good job!
Buc Booster memberships are on sale for $25.00. Buc Booster family passes for members are on sale now for $150.00. This provides entrance for members and all family (i.e., cousins, uncles, grandma, etc.) to all home games of all sports. Free UH Buc hat will be provided for all family passes while supplies last! Membership Form