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Congratulations to our college-bound Bulldogs!
A Bulldog becomes a Beaver! Blain Bell signed a national letter of intent to continue his education and football career at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, IA. He is pictured with his parents Chris and Christina Bell.
Steven Arevalo, who will continue his education and play golf at Bryant & Stratton College in Wisconsin. He is pictured with his proud parents, Raul and Leslie Arevalo.
Kendall Boutte will continue her education while running cross country for Concordia University in Austin. She is pictured with her parents Shyann and Johnny Batiste.
Josiah Castro will continue his education at San Jacinto College, where he will play for the Gators baseball team. He is pictured with his parents Adam and Rosa Castro.
La Porte High School senior Rebekah Atilano, seated at right, is surrounded by her family as she signs a letter of commitment to play basketball with the Otero Junior College Rattlers in La Junta, Colorado. Seated beside her is her brother, Louis Atilano, and in back are her mother, Rachael Davila, and her brother, Anthony Atilano. Elisha Thompson is the head girls basketball coach for La Porte High School.
GiGi Elizondo (front/center) signed to play softball at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, GA. She is pictured with her mother Lucy, father Guillermo and brother Allan.
La Porte High School senior Deleesia Sayrie signs a letter of intent to be a cheerleader at Trinity Valley Community College in Athens, Texas. During the March 8 ceremony, Deleesia was surrounded by friends and family as well as her future coach. Seated with Deleesia, right, is Vontae Johnson, cheerleading coach at Trinity Valley Community College, and in back are her godfather, Paul Davis; cousin, Anisa Ogando; grandfather, Carlos Rivera; and mother, Erika Rivera Sayrie.
La Porte High School senior Francisco Rodriguez signs a letter of intent to run cross country at Ranger College in Ranger, Texas. He was joined by his family and coaches/teachers at the signing ceremony on March 1. Celebrating Francisco’s accomplishments are, middle row from left, his father, Eduardo Rodriguez; his sister Samantha, a Lomax Junior High School student, holding his sister, Laila; his mother, Teresa Rodriguez; and his brother, Adrian Rodriguez, a La Porte High School junior. In back are Kim Ruter, teacher; Todd Schoppe, La Porte ISD director of athletics and physical education; Zach Johnson, head boys cross country coach; and Miles Herbst, assistant boys cross country coach.
Victoria Schmidt signed a national letter of intent to play softball and study at Williams Baptist University in Walnut Ridge, AR. She is pictured with mom Tracy Schmidt, grandmother Elizabeth Schmidt; sister Kyla Janacek; grandfather Kenneth Schmidt; friend Amber King; sister Hannah Schmidt; and father Brian Schmidt.
La Porte High School senior Dylan Conde, seated, signs a letter of intent to study and play baseball at Panola College in Carthage, Texas, on National Signing Day Feb. 6. Pictured behind Dylan, from left, are Ricky Torres, LPHS head baseball coach; Micheal Pyatt, first assistant baseball coach; Todd Schoppe, La Porte ISD director of athletics and physical education; Carlin Grammer, LPHS principal; and Jordan Hall, LPHS assistant baseball coach.
Mark Gomez, seated, a senior at La Porte High School, plans to attend Alvin Community College next year, where he will also play baseball. Signing a letter of intent on Feb. 6, Mark is congratulated by, standing behind him from left, Ricky Torres, LPHS head baseball coach; Todd Schoppe, La Porte ISD director of athletics and physical education; Carlin Grammer, LPHS principal; and Jordan Hall, LPHS assistant baseball coach.
Ryan Kendzior, La Porte High School senior, signs to play football with the Air Force during the Dec. 19 National Early Signing Day. With him are his sister, Triniti Kendzior; father, David Kendzior; mother, Kristi Kendzior; and Coach Keith Whitely.
La Porte High School senior Devin Henderson, seated, signs with Texas State University during National Early Signing Day on Dec. 19. Celebrating with him are his siblings, in front, Jordynn Kelly and Kamrynn Kelly, and on the second row, Brooklynn Pace and Brandon Pace, Jr., with mother Brandy Kelly and sibling Jayden Kelly, and in back are Coach Keith Whitely and father Jeremy Kelly.
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