Wednesday , 25 April 2018

High School Hallways: MISD National Merit Finalists, Boyd’s Historic Softball Season Ends in Heartbreak and More

By Bryan Criswell, TSB Staff

High School Hallways – Week of May 20th

High School Hallways is brief weekly digest of happenings in McKinney area high schools.

McKinney Independent School District (MISD)

1) MISD Board of Trustees Monthly Report: District Revenue Projected to Increase in ’13-14 and More

The purpose of this report is to provide the community with insight into the monthly meetings and topics the McKinney ISD Board of Trustees are addressing. Read More.

2) MISD National Merit Finalists, Scholarship Winner Named

Ten McKinney ISD high school seniors have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), and one McKinney ISD Finalist has earned a National Merit $2,500 Scholarship. Read More.

3) MISD Names Uribe Director of Community Affairs and Educational Grants

McKinney ISD Superintendent Dr. J.D. Kennedy has chosen Dr. Stella Uribe to serve as the District’s Director of Community Affairs and Educational Grants. Read More.

4) Three MISD Soccer Players Sign Letters of Intent

Ryan Whan, Gerson Mendoza and Mary Watson recently signed to play soccer at the college level. Read More.

5) Ten MISD Soccer Players Recognized for All-State Honors

Despite the high school soccer season ending three weeks ago, the accolades for several MISD players continue to roll in. Read More.

McKinney Boyd

6) Softball Playoffs: Boyd’s Historic Season Ends in Heartbreak with Game 3 Extra-Inning Loss

Entering Friday night, the McKinney Boyd Lady Bronco softball team was on a tear through the playoffs. With a perfect 7-0 record in postseason play, the Lady Broncos were one victory away from wrapping up the program’s first trip to the UIL Class 5A Region II final. Read More.

7) Softball Playoffs: Boyd Outlasts The Woodlands to Win Opener of Region Semifinal Series

When it comes to winning playoff softball games, there aren’t too many better teams than the McKinney Boyd Lady Broncos. Read More.

8) McKinney Boyd Announces Three Coaching Hires

McKinney Boyd Athletics Director Don Drake told on Thursday that the Broncos have added three new head coaches for its varsity programs. Read More.

9) Ex-Lady Broncos Basketball Standout Signs with Texas State

Rochelle Vasquez chose to play college basketball at Texas State over offers from Central Arkansas, Denver, South Alabama and North Texas. Read More.

McKinney High

10) Spring Football: McKinney High’s Sutter Looks to Fill Somborn’s Big Shoes as Lions QB

As the dog days of spring football near, McKinney High head coach Jeff Smith has a pretty significant position battle to keep his eye on. Read More.

McKinney North

11) McKinney North Student Takes On 150-Mile Bike Ride for Her Mom’s MS

When Madison Blumenthal first learned that her mom, Susan, had been afflicted with multiple sclerosis (MS), she was at a complete loss of what to do, what to say or even what to think. Read More.

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