Pirate Baseball travelled to Sinton Thursday, May 2nd, for Game 1 of the Bi-District Series with the Taft Greyhounds. Lytle jumped out to an early 3 - 0 lead and never looked back. Jacob Esquibel threw 4 great innings and made one of the best catches I've seen all year. Esquibel tracked down a popup and made a wonderful sliding catch right in front of our dugout.
I would like to thank the teachers who guided their students in creating amazing video commercials that promoted their booth exhibits as well as created excitement in the week leading to this year's showcase. We had a total of 6 student-produced video commercials, and they garnered quite a bit of attention!
Yesterday, April 29th, a group of students in my College and Career Readiness class had the opportunity to do a behind the scenes tour of SeaWorld San Antonio. These students showed a special interest in Animal Careers and were able to get a first-hand look at what it takes to work at a place like SeaWorld. During the tour, our students were able to interact with the animals, feed them and pet them, and speak with animal trainers to understand the requirements of the job. Along the way, they learned about different jobs like animal training, aviculturist, animal curators, an aquarist, along with other careers in marketing and research.
Pirate baseball's push for a District Championship came up a little short on Friday night. In an action-packed game from start to finish, Joel Guerrero and Logan Wilson provided us with great pitching. Unfortunately, multiple errors in the 3rd inning and 5th inning erased a valiant offensive effort by the Pirates.
Thursday, April 25th, John Martinez participated in the Regional 3A Golf Tournament. Due to weather the 36 hole event to 18 holes. The Region took the top three teams and then the top three scores after that. John's score of 79 was the 4th best, and just missed going to State.
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