The Boys Powerlifting team tied for 5th place in total points at the State Powerlifting Meet in Abilene, TX. They have worked hard all year, and it has payed off. Great job Bulldog Powerlifters; we are proud of you!
The individual results for the meet:
3rd Place: Jorge Perez-132 weight class
3rd Place: Chris Hernandez-148 weight class
5th Place: Oscar Perez-123 weight class
13th Place: Manuel Murillo-220 weight class
Pictured: Oscar Perez, Jorge Perez, Chris Hernandez, and Manual Murillo.
The Superdogs represented Venus ISD very well at their last track meet. Please congratulate these awesome athletes.
Taitianna Cook - 4th - 100M Run, 2nd - Running Long Jump, 4th - 4x100 Relay
Brian Luedke - 5th 100M Run, 2nd - Standing Long Jump, 4th - 4x100 Relay
Alyssa Morrow - 1st - 100M Run, 3rd - Standing Long Jump, 4th - 4x100 Relay
Kevin Soto - 1st - 100M Run, 3rd - Standing Long Jump, 4th - 4x100 Relay
Ariel Aguayo - 1st - 100M Run, 1st - Standing Long Jump, 2nd - 4x100 M Relay
Parker Armstrong - 1st - 100M Run, 5th - Standing Long Jump, 2nd - 4x100 M Relay
John Burkes - 3rd - 50M Run, 5th - Standing Long Jump, 3rd - Tennis Ball Throw
Shalara Reeves - 1st - 100M Run, 3rd - Standing Long Jump, 2nd 4x100 Relay
Parker Rentler - 1st - 100M Run, 4th - Standing Long Jump, 2nd 4x100 Relay
Congratulations to the VHS One Act Play cast and crew, as well as their Director Ms. Capots, on a stellar showing at the district one act play competition. Jonathan Fields was named Best Actor, Breyanna Roberts was named to the All-Star Cast, Bryce Roberts was named to the Honorable Mention All-Star Cast, and Emily Pizana-Ortiz was awarded the Top Technician Award. This is the culmination of countless hours of preparation and hard work by everyone involved. We are proud of you, and wish you well at the Bi-District Competition!
The OUTSTANDING cast and crew of VHS One Act Play.
Emily Pizana-Ortiz and Ms. Capots celebrate Emily's Top Technician Award.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mid-America Christian University men's basketball seniors Josh Smith and Jarius Wilson have each earned the prestigious NAIA Scholar Athlete award, the organization released yesterday (Mar. 23).
To qualify to be nominated by the school's head coach or Sports Information Director, a student-athlete must be at least a junior in academic standing with a minimum 3.5 grade-point average.
Smith majored in Secondary Mathematics/Education with a 3.5 GPA, while Wilson maintained a 3.57 GPA in Business Administration.
The senior duo is fresh off wrapping up their stellar careers by helping the Evangels with their first regular season Sooner Athletic Conference championship and then advance to the quarterfinals of the 2015 Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men's Basketball National Championship for the first time in school history.
Sports Information Director
Mid-America Christian University
Congratulations to the coaches and players of the Venus High School Varsity Girls and Boys soccer teams on earning spots in the playoffs! Your hard work and dedication to excellence are paying off. We are proud of your accomplishments and believe that you will make us proud in the playoffs. Information for the playoff games is below. This page will be updated if information changes.
Congratulations to Fey Esparza and Brittain Rehn on their OUTSTANDING showing at the state powerlifting meet!
Pictured: Brittain Rehn, Coach Josh Stepp, and Fey Esparza
Venus High School alumnus and Mid-America Christian Univsersity senior, Josh Smith, has been awarded National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character Award by the NAIA Division 1 Conference. This award recognizes Josh's dedication to the NAIA’s core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership. According to VHS Bulldog Basketball Head Coach Jay Underwood, Josh always demonstrated exemplary character and leadership as a student at VHS. Josh was an All-State player during his senior season with VHS in 2011, and we are proud that he has continued his dedication to excellence in both athletics and citizenship. We wish Josh the best of luck as he completes his senior year at MACU. Thank you, Josh, for setting the example of what being a Venus Bulldog is all about!
Josh Smith receives the Champions of Character Award.
Images courtesy of the Mid-American Christian University Athletic Department.
Venus High School student Rusty Ridgeway placed 5th with his hog at the Houston Stock Show. This high placing earns him a sale slot; great job Rusty! VHS FFA members still have another hog and a steer that have yet to show, so we expect even more fantastic news from Houston.
The Venus High School Theatre Department would like to invite you to their performance of the one act play "The Actor's Nightmare", by Christopher Durang on Thursday April 2 at 6:30 PM at VHS. Please come enjoy theatre at its finest and support your student actors and technicians!
Hayley Smith, a Venus High School Drum Major and clarinet player, has earned All State Symphonic Band honors with her clarinet. Please congratulate Hayley on her significant accomplishment. Her hard work and high expectations for herself are an example for all VISD students. Great job Hayley Smith!
The Venus High School boys and girls powerlifting teams are achieving greatness this year! The Regional Powerlifting Meet results are below. Great job Bulldogs!!
Please congratulate our outstanding VHS Bulldog Powerlifters! Best of luck to those advancing to state; we appreciate your hard work and exceptionally representing VISD!