The Godley Tennis team competed in 4-A Team Tennis for the first time ever. They placed 2nd in the district meet advancing them to the Area meet where they again placed 2nd advancing them to the Regional meet. The Regional meet is Oct. 31 & Nov. 1, 2014. Members of the team are: Erika Koviac, Alex Angeledes, Iridian Oviedo, Ryan Sanderson, Victoria Valle, AJ Wright, Kasey Steward, Hunter Allen, Sarah Barber, Braden Schroeder, Mallory Sullivan, Jayme Wayt, Brooklyne Oliveira, Brandon Bell, Gricel Oviedo, & Diego Solis.
Congratulations to the seventh grade girls cross country team for being district champions. The high school cross country team also ran well at district with two individual runners qualifying for the regional meet to be held in Lubbock on October 31, Diego Solis and Alejandra Lopez. The Varsity girls team also advanced to the regional meet. The team is comprised of Alejandra Lopez, Kimberly O'Bryant, Erika Koviac, Elisabeth Harris, Rachel Crutchfield, Abigail Tanner, and Akanesi Kaufusi.
The teacher of the month for September is Tanner Trask, math teacher. His students report that he makes math fun, is outgoing, and loves his job. Diego Solis is student of the month. Characteristics that describe Diego are cooperative, great leader, considerate to others, and outstanding attitude. Diego is a sophomore and participates in band, cross country and tennis while maintaining excellent grades. (Click headline for picture)
Two Godley High School students, Sara Richardson and Devyn Rux, are attending Cleburne High School through a joint agreement to study health occupations. A part of their study is participating in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). From now until Friday, November 21, 2014, club members are collecting healthy can goods for the less fortunate families in our community, for example, tomatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes, and pumpkin. (Please click headlines for more)
This past Saturday at the regional marching band competition, the Wildcat band scored 1st division ratings from all 3 judges. In doing so, the band will now advance to the Area competition being held at Gupton Stadium in Cedar Park down near Austin. They will be competing against 22 other bands to finish in the top 10. Any band in the top 10 will then perform again that same evening for a chance to advance to the state marching band competition at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio. The top four bands will advance. The Wildcat band performs at 1:45 this Saturday. There are still seats available on the charter bus for any parent or band fan who doesn't want to drive. Contact Mr. Henry. 817-931-1218 The seats are $30.00 each. Go Wildcat Band!!! Click on the article title to watch the band's reaction as they hear the good news.