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Congratulations to our college-bound Bulldogs!
La Porte High School senior Nelly O’Campo signs a letter of intent to run track at Central Christian College in McPherson, Kansas, this fall. Congratulating her are LPHS girls track coach Ashley Stewart; her mother, Ruth O’Campo; and LPHS head girls track coach Carolina Rodriguez.
Brandon Robbins, a member of the La Porte High School track team, will run track at Central Christian College in McPherson, Kansas, next year. Looking on as he signs a letter of commitment on April 21 are Brandon’s grandfather, Jim Pentico; his mother, Dawn Pentico; and his track coach, Zach Johnson.
La Porte High School senior Savon Bright signs a letter of intent to run track for the Central Christian College Tigers next year. The college is located in McPherson, Kansas. Congratulating him on this achievement are Zach Johnson, LPHS boys track coach; Pat Scott, Savon’s grandmother, and Carolina Rodriguez, LPHS girls track coach.
Justin Castillo, senior on the La Porte High School track team, will join several of his LPHS classmates in running for Central Christian College in McPherson, Kansas, this fall. Celebrating his accomplishments are his parents, Sonny and Becky Castillo, and his LPHS track coach, Zach Johnson.
Culver-Stockton bound! Bruce Stevens signs a commitment to play football and continue his education at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, MO. He plans to study criminal justice. Pictured with Bruce are his mother, Jan Carr, and his father, Bruce Stevens, Sr.
La Porte High School volleyball standout Miranda Solis prepares to sign a letter of intent to play volleyball at Cedar Valley College in Lancaster. With her, standing from left, are her mother, Diana Solis; LPHS volleyball coaches Sarah Aguilar and Jillian Humphrey; and father, Rudy Solis. Miranda is a three-year letterman who was named Most Valuable Player and First Team All-District this year.
Kelsey Ramirez, four-year letterman in cross country and track at La Porte High School, plans to run track at Stephen F. Austin State University next fall. With her, from left, are parents Jermaine and Angela Alfred, LPHS girls track/cross country coach Carolina Rodriguez, and parents Nicole and Robert Ramirez. Kelsey recently returned from the state cross country meet, for which she has qualified all four years.
La Porte High School softball standout Triniti Kendzior, seated, signs a letter of intent to play softball for the Stephen F. Austin State University Ladyjacks. With her are her brother, Ryan, an LPHS sophomore; parents David and Kristi Kendzior, and LPHS softball coach Bryant Upshaw.
La Porte High School senior baseball player Brett Williams, seated, signs a letter of intent to play baseball at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette next year. Congratulating him on his achievements are, from left, Ryan Vest, LPHS assistant varsity baseball coach; Bill Williams, father; Brynn Williams, twin sister; Robyn Williams, mother; and Ricky Torres, LPHS head varsity baseball coach.
Austin Upshaw (center) signs a letter of intent to continue his football career and studies at Southern Methodist University. He's seen here with his family and Head Football Coach/Athletic Director Jeff LaReau (far left).
Cobra Jones will continue his football and academic career at Henderson State University, in Arkansas.
Jadon McConnell and his family are all smiles after he signs a national letter of intent to play football and study at Texas Southern University.
Ryder Rae is surrounded by family and Head Football Coach Jeff LaReau (far left) after signing to play collegiate football at Texas Southern University.
Terrel Bernard, an All-State and Houston Top 100 football player, commits to continue his academic and athletic career at Baylor University.
Courtlyn Boxie signs to play soccer and study at University of St. Thomas. She is seen here with her family and coach.
Jaylynn Garcia is flanked by family members after signing with Texas A&M University-Texarkana, where she will continue her academic and soccer career.
Makenna Guidry is surrounded by family members after committing to play soccer and study at Prairie View A&M University.
Savannah Hart is pictured with her mother, Michelle Piatt, as she signs a national letter of intent to continue her academic and soccer career at Texas Wesleyan University.