Color guard places first at competition

The JV color guard concluded their season as bronze medalists at the TCGC West Regional Championships in their Scholastic Regional A Division. Their show is entitled “Par for the Course”, click here to view the performance. The Varsity placed 1st in their class and now have the highest score in the Scholastic National A division […]

Viking Indoor Percussion takes 5th place at competition

Viking Indoor Percussion finished 5th in its class, Scholastic A, at the Texas Color Guard Circuit State Championships Saturday at Reed Arena. This marks the groups highest finish in this activity since its inception.

SkillsUSA students earn state honors

Students competed in the State SkillsUSA Competition March 25-March 28. Auto Technology Carlos Garcia -1st place superior – wheel balancing job exhibit Erick Moreno – 2nd place excellent – front brake job exhibit Omar Gomez Alvarado – 1st place superior – oil and filter service job exhibit Marino Quintero – 2nd Place excellent – oil […]

One Act Play advances to bi-district

The cast and crew of One Act Play’s Booby Trap advanced to bi-district competition this weekend. The cast was also honored with two individual awards: Nick Roman received the Outstanding Technician Award and Haven Pottinger was named to the All-Star Cast. The cast will perform for the public at 7:30pm at Rudder High School Auditorium […]

Freshman earns first at tournament

The spring tennis season continued this weekend with the Tiger Classic. Freshman Jacy Smith earned first place in the A girl’s single division. Seniors Dillon Murphy and Michal Basa finished third in the boy’s doubles division. Sophomore Lexie Rieger placed fourth in the B girl’s singles division.

2015 Yearbook Deadline April 12

Make sure you order your 2014-2015 Yearbook by April 12! Books are going fast and the only way to ensure you will receive one is to order by April 12. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Dominy at 209-2580 or by email at rebecca.dominy@bryanisd.org Download an order form here

Senior yearbook ad deadline approaching

Congratulate your graduating senior in the 2015 SAGA. A limited amount of space is available for senior ads. This tradition has grown over the years and is one of the most popular features of our book. Deadline March 27. Click here for the form.

Willis upsets Bryan softball by one

Willis 5 Bryan 4 Bryan 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 Willis 1 0 4 0 0 0 x Leading hitters: Morgan Chavarria 2-3, 3 RBIs Laura Galvan 1-4, 2 runs, 2b, RBI Record: Bryan 10-7, 2-2(18-5a)

Good Things – March 2015

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Softball defeats AMC by 2

Bryan 4 A&M Consolidated 2 Bryan 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 4 8 0 AMC 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 3 1 Winning Pitcher: Ullmann 6-2 Leading hitters: Bryan Chandon Morris 3-3, run, 2 RBIs, 2b Desiray Sauseda 1-3, run, RBI, 2b Nikki Smith 1-3, 2b, RBI Highlights: Top of […]

Slam dunk: Senior secures success for basketball team

Getting the ball off the rebound, number 11 sweeps in and sprints down the court. The other end of the court is wide open and the Viking players do their best to protect him as he preps to make an Empire State Building sized jump. Senior Quaylon Newton gets up to the basket and makes a slam dunk with a force that could break the glass of the backboard. All the while the crowd is going wild as the Vikings take the lead in the last few seconds, and win the game.

Temptation rises, trust drops due to cellular devices

If I were to bet someone a million dollars that 90% of American teens use Snapchat, I’d probably win. Don’t we all just love the new update? Whether you love it because it hides your best friends from your significant other or you hate it for the exact same reason.

Viking Indoor Percussion earns 4th place finish at regional event

Viking Indoor Percussion had a program-best performance at the Winter Guard International Houston Percussion Regional held at Dekaney High School in Spring on Saturday. VIP earned a spot in the finals competition Saturday night and finished in 4th place and earned their highest recorded score, 79.1

Freshman tennis player earns third consecutive win at tournament

Freshman Jacy Smith won the Viking Classic II tournament, which is her third consecutive tournament win. Michal Basa and Dillon Murphy won 2nd place in the boys doubles, while Keith Urso & Rachel Paholek and Lexie Rieger brought home third place medals in mixed doubles and girls singles. Other Vikings who placed include: Andre Montague […]

Softball goes 2-3 in Sienna tournament

Sienna Tournament Clear Falls 3 bryan 2 Bryan 0 0 0 2 0 CFalls 0 3 0 0 x LP: Ullmann 4-2 Leading hitters: Morgan Chavarria 2-3, run Desiray Sauseda 1-1, bb, 2b, 2 RBIs _________ Santa Fe 5 Bryan 0 Bryan 0 0 0 0 0 Santa Fe 2 0 0 1 2 LP: […]

Freshman athlete demonstrates leadership on varsity team

Working with scissors and construction paper, learning to read independently, forming letters on three lined paper – all these skills, children begin to learn as five year olds. Freshman Angel Quiroga began fostering another, more athletic skills at the tender age of five – playing soccer. Angel has been playing for the past ten years and, just like the other skills students begin to learn in kindergarten, he has made huge strides in his soccer career by playing on several teams before high school.

Senior upholds 4-H values, sets example for student body

Over the past ten years, senior Lilly Chilek has lived by the 4-H motto and has come to learn many valuable lessons in that time.

Band advances 14 to state solo contest

More than ninety Viking Band students participated in the UIL North Zone Solo & Ensemble Contest hosted at University High School\ Fourteen students earned the right to compete at the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest in Austin in May of this year. They are: Valeria Arriaga (12) Kendall Callen (11) Thomas Gusewelle (12) Addie […]

A+ senior year: Student wins hearts of peers through positive outlook, dedication

Friday night: bright lights, the crack of helmets as the Vikings score another touchdown, the crowds cheers pulsate like the beating heart of our school, the clock ticks down to the end of the first half, each second raising the excitement in the stadium. Then like an army leaving the field, the football players disappear and are replaced by a new group of students. These are the homecoming king and queen nominees, each chosen for their dedication and service to the school, but only two are chosen to embody the Viking spirit.

Soccer senior helps team improve, looks towards playoffs

While some people enjoy solitary sports such as swimming, skiing, or golf, others prefer team sports that bring people together, such as football, hockey, or soccer. Senior Gayle Konderla has been on the soccer team since her freshman year and has formed a tight niche with the players while having fun playing soccer.

Softball falls to Huntsville, loses by one

Huntsville 8 Bryan 7 Hville 1 0 4 0 3 0 0 8 10 0 Bryan 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 7 10 3 LP: Salinas 3-2 Leading Hitters: Chandon Morris 3-4, 2B, HR(2), 5 RBIs, run Saleen Quinonez 3-4, 2 runs Record: 7-3, 1-1

Art students struggle to balance expression, societial confines

As a budding artist, it can be difficult to be as expressive through my work as I want to be. With the pressures of judges at competition and various guidelines and other things to think about when working on pieces, art starts to be a very stressful endeavor for a high school student. The big question is: how safe is it outside the box? How far can I go before I can’t go any further?