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Congratulations to our college-bound Bulldogs!
Alyssa Ruffin is all smiles after signing to play soccer with Wayland Baptist University. Seen behind her (left-to-right) are her grandmother Carol Helton, club soccer coach Gary O’Brian, brother Ashton Ruffin, mother, Stefanie Helton, grandfather Dennis Helton, sister Ayla Ruffin, and La Porte High School Girls Head Soccer Coach Aaron Leth.
La Porte senior Trinity Rouse signed a letter of intent to continue her education and play soccer at Wayland Baptist University in Plainview. Standing behind her (left-to-right) are her parents Cathy Bright-Allen and Travis Rouse, and Girls Head Soccer Coach Aaron Leth.
Twin brothers Brandon (left) and Tyler Large (right) signed national letters of intent to continue their education and run cross country for Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie. Pictured behind them (left-to-right) are parents Michelle and Glenn Large, grandmother Barbara Foster, and grandparents Lou and Roy Large.
Dual-sport specialist Allison Alvarez on February 7 signed a national letter of intent to play soccer and run cross country at Waylon Baptist University in Plainview, as she continues her education. Pictured behind her (left-to-right) are her parents Jose and Licette Alvarez and Bulldog Ladies Head Track Coach Carolina Rodriguez.
La Porte High School senior football players Tate McConnell (left front) and Brycen Boudreaux (right front) signed letters of intent to continue their education and football careers at Texas Southern University. Pictured behind McConnell are his parents Monica and Jason McConnell. Seen behind Boudreaux (left-to-right) are his mother Carolyn, brother Tyler and father Shannon Boudreaux .Bulldogs’ Co-Offensive Coordinator Beck Neal is seen in the middle.
La Porte High School senior volleyball player Haven Stewart signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa, on Dec. 14. Haven has been a four-year starter for the La Porte volleyball team and was named First Team All- District, Most Valuable Player and Academic All-District. With her are her parents, seated, Amanda and Larry Stewart, and coach Melinda Aaron. Also on hand for the signing were her siblings, Calli Jo Gipson, Macy Stewart and Tanner Stewart, and her grandparents, Joe and Brenda Snider and Shirley Roberts.
La Porte High School senior volleyball player Emma Batte, seated center, signs a letter of intent to play volleyball at Coastal Bend College in Beeville, Texas. With her in front are grandparents Cindy Fatheree, Arlene Fatheree and Harrell Batte, and in back are gradfather Boyd Fatheree, head coach Melinda Aaron and grandmother Beverly Batte.
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