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Thursday, October 16, 2014 • Posted October 23, 2014 • Photos
The Johnson City Eagles continue their march to the playoffs with a convincing victory over Junction Friday night. The Eagles are 6-0 and 2-0 in district play. Coach Brent Harris was very impressed with the way the fans, students and the band have stepped it up and made playing in Johnson City a difficult task for teams coming to Shockley Field.
Thursday, May 22, 2014 • Updated May 23, 2014 10:13 AM • Photos
Class Favorites and Senior Superlatives Mr and Miss LBJ: Jace Fry and Katie Porter Most Spirited: Kasper Blackwell & Matty Jones Friendliest: Jose Mesa & Courtney Stanton Citizenship: Jackie Medrano, Jace Fry, & Courtney Stanton Most Likely to Succeed: Anthony Capra & Laurie Sheldon Most Beautiful/Most Handsome: Jace Fry & Katie Porter Wittiest: Eduardo Martinez & Katelyn Barrientes (not pictured) Freshmen Class Fav’s: Deven Downey & Samantha Cross Sophomore Class Fav’s:Wade ...
Thursday, March 6, 2014 • Updated March 7, 2014 9:57 AM • Photos
On Thursday, February 27th the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce hosted their sell-out Old West Casino Nite event at the Blanco County Show Barn. East Main Grill provided an amazing Prime Rib dinner, Scooter Pearce performed her magic as always, the silent auction was awesome and the Casino Knights provided a great gaming experience as always! Along with the great food and fun, the Chamber of Commerce presented the annual awards during dinner.
Thursday, January 23, 2014 • Posted January 28, 2014 • Photos
Thursday, November 14, 2013 • Posted November 21, 2013 • Photos
Eighteen area veterans and their family members were on hand Monday as LBJHS students and staff paid tribute to the US Military in honor of Veterans Day. A brunch reception was provided by Student Council and National Honor Society members, organized by sponsors Susie Birck (StuCo) and Scott Berry (NHS). Students were called from their classrooms by a drum cadence performed by Morgan Linsey.
Monday, November 4, 2013 • Posted November 4, 2013 • Photos
With the sound of rifles firing all around the Hill Country, it is evident that it is officially hunting season and the buck fever has already began. Be sure to submit your hunting photos by emailing them to jcrecordcourier@verizon.net. Be sure to include the name of the hunter (include parents' names if they are kiddos) and what county they were harvested from.
Monday, November 4, 2013 • Posted November 4, 2013 • Photos
The LBJ varsity volleyball team traveled to Ingram on Friday, October 25 for a match that went in favor of the host Lady Warriors, and ultimately granted them the fourth and final playoff spot from District 27-2A. The Lady Eagles put up a fight, but were never in control of match, dropping three straight sets, 18-25, 16-25, 21-25.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 • Posted October 18, 2013 • Photos
Johnson City should have won on Friday night. Their offense was clicking and the defense was doing enough to keep the Eagles on top. Then the fourth quarter happened. The Eagles led the game 28-27 in the fourth quarter and looked to have a chance to break their two-game winning streak that saw them fall to Schulenburg and Jarrell back-to-back. They lost to Schulenburg in a blowout, but had the chance to take down Jarrell on their homecoming night only to miss the win on a failed two-point co ...
Thursday, December 27, 2012 • Posted December 28, 2012 • Photos
The 7B Lady Eagles won their third straight game with a 16-7 victory over the visiting Comfort Deer. “All the girls hustled and worked together as a team. They are improving every week,” Coach Trujillo said. Alicia Guerrero was once again the top scorer with 10 points. Jackie Henriquez and Ashtyn Portie were cited for great defense. The 7A Lady Eagles dropped another very close contest on Monday night, this time to the Deer of Comfort, 17-18. “We were down 9-2 after the first quarter ...
Thursday, October 25, 2012 • Posted October 25, 2012 • Photos
INGRAM JV - Ingram def. Johnson City 25-19, 25-22 Inconsistent passing and lack of defense proved to once again be the undoing of the JV Lady Eagles in their last road match of the season at Ingram. Freshman outside hitter Anamarie Capra built a 14-1 lead with her serve in the second set, but the locals let the game slip away immediately after.
Thursday, September 27, 2012 • Posted September 27, 2012 • Photos
Lago VistaG1: LBJ B- 21 Lago Vista B- 25 G2: LBJ B- 13 Lago Vista B- 25SERVICE POINTS: M. Jordan-6; T. LitchfieldBEST SERVER: M. Jordan BEST DEFENSE: J. Aguilar SUMMARY: The B-team played tough but came up short in their match against Lago Vista. Lago Vistas serving was very tough. The Lady Eagles did have a few chances where they had three hits and showed improvement from the week before. G1: LBJ A- 20 Lago Vista A- 25 G2: LBJ A- 11 Lago Vista A- 25SERVICE POINTS: E.
Thursday, September 20, 2012 • Posted September 20, 2012 • Photos
At Friday night’s Homecoming game the Eagles were able to win their first game of the year with a very exciting finish. Sophomore quarterback Will Rutherford completed at 15-yard touchdown pass to Junior Preston Workman with 51 seconds on the clock. This made the score 20-20 and Senior Jaxon Riebesehl kicked the extra point for the win.
Thursday, September 13, 2012 • Posted September 13, 2012 • Photos
S.A. CHRISTIAN The JV Lady Eagles had substantial leads in the first two sets but couldn’t close it out for the whole match against San Antonio Cornerstone Christian. After barely losing 20-25 and then holding on for a 25-23 victory, the locals could never quite get it going in the third set, falling 16-25.
Thursday, September 13, 2012 • Posted September 13, 2012 • Photos
The Eagles opened their home schedule last Friday night with a good first half of football. The Eagles took the opening kick-off and used several good running plays to move the ball down the field. The first touchdown was scored when Sophomore quarterback Will Rutherford completed an 18 yard pass to Senior wide-out Chase Klaerner.
Thursday, May 24, 2012 • Posted May 24, 2012 • Photos
On March 13, 2012 The Blanco County Law Enforcement Center was formally and officially dedicated to our late Sheriff Bill Elsbury and additionally, the law enforcement center has been named The Bill Elsbury Law Enforcement Center. The commissioners court unanimously voted to have it named after our Sheriff who dedicated so much of his time and energy to our county.