Skip to main content
Main Menu Toggle

News from the Wolf Den - February 12th, 2014

Many of our students have been preparing for academic UIL competition (to be held at West Sabine March 27) by attending practice meets.  Guy "Doc" Harrison, UIL coordinator for SAHS, took several to Livingston this past Saturday - congratulations to the following students!

·         Kateryna Smuk - 1st in Calculator, 4th in Math

·         Rebeca Landaverde - 3rd in Calculator

·         Ryan Russell - 6th in Calculator

·         Tesla Ritchie - 6th in Persuasive Speaking

·         Elizabeth Bernal - 5th in Editorial Writing

 

Thursday afternoon, February 6th, the Wolfpack band hosted their first very own middle school solo and ensemble contest.  This contest was primarily for the middle school students.  However, the high school ensembles and a few high school soloists performed to get geared up for their performances Saturday, February 8th.  The results from the middle school contest were outstanding.  The middle school band students earned 24 first division solo medals and 27 first division ensemble medals for a total of 51 total medals Thursday evening.  

The high school students participated in the Region 21 UIL solo and ensemble contest at SFA on Saturday, February 8th.  Their performance was also quite impressive.  The high school participants earned a total of 10 first division medals on Saturday.  Of the 10 medals earned, 6 are for solo and 4 for ensemble.  The 6 soloists to earn first division medals are Kayla Avila, Jairyle Josue, Tony Nguyen, Carlos Johnson, Juan Rubio, and Christian Haynie.  The 4 ensemble members who earned first division medals are Jairyle Josue, Jenny Nguyen, I'Tyria Garrett, and Emily Lester.  These young ladies also earned the opportunity to compete at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest to be held in May in Austin.  

The San Augustine Wolfpack Band represented our district very well at solo and ensemble competitions this past week!  Congratulations to everyone and many thanks to those who helped make the local solo and ensemble contest a success.

Published Print