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Come join the fun and be a part of the golf legacy at Johnson High School at the 6th annual Golf Extravaganza. the Fundraising tournament will be played April 25, 2014 at Canyon Springs Golf Course with a 1:30 Shotgun Start. Play a round with your friends, meet the coaches and players, and help the golf team obtain the financial resources they need to compete year in and year out.
Jaguar Short Game Challenge – an opportunity to win a Jaguar Golf Bag
Long Drive Contest – prize available to the longest drive in the field.
Out Drive the Player Contest
Closest to the Pin Contest – prize available to the player in the field that hits it closest to
the pin on a par 3.
Need Some Help – Players will be posted on some holes to possibly help you with a drive
on the longer holes or a shot on a par 3.
GOLF SPONSORSHIPS: All paid entries include a meal, goodie bag, and a discounted second round at Canyon Springs as well as discounted merchandise in the pro shop on the day of the event.
For Team Pricing and to find out how you can get involved CLICK HERE!!
With the support of Cibolo Canyons, a Forestar Community, the Jaguar Pride Association is
holding its 5th Annual “Jag-a-thon,” a 5k/10k fun walk & run on May 17, 2014, This run will be
a great way for our community to support all of the athletes that participate in high school
athletics and strive to do their best!
Curently we are looking for sponsors to help the Jaguar Pride Association, raise money to carry out our mission to encourage, and support the broadest participation in all sports and athletic programs representing Claudia T. Johnson High School.
The Jag-a-thon is an opportunity for the entire community to get out and “GET FIT” with friends and family. The course is beautiful and will be fun for those who choose to walk and challenging for those who run.
Please help us make this event a success. The sponsorship form with the levels of participation can be downloaded HERE.
All forms, logo file and payment are due by March 24, 2014.
Thank you in advance for your support.
IT’S A GREAT DAY TO BE A JAGUAR
The Johnson Swim and Dive teams will be competing at the Region IV swim meet this weekend at Josh Davis Natatorium. The Jaguar Swimmers and Divers have been keying their season to this one event to try and get to State.
Unlike the District meet where the top six move on to the Regional Meet the Region Meets are a virtual winner takes all format. The first place winner in each of eight regional swimming meets and the next eight swimmers with the best regional final times overall will advance to the state meet. A Region could conceivably only send their top swimmer in each event or a region could send two or even three depending on times.
Winning an event is the only sure way into the State meet. Second and third place will have to wait for the call ups.
Johnson will have all six relay teams as well as a large number of individual swimmers swimming in today’s prelims and tomorrows finals. Johnson’s best shot at Regional Gold will come in the 50 Yard Freestyle where defending State Champion Raquel Grays had the fastest time last week from all of the District meets. Grays time of 23.86 is the only qualifying time under 23 seconds of the 24 swimmer field and just off her 2013 State meet time.
In the same event Berkley Freund holds the third fastest qualifying time at 24.71.
Grays will also be the favorite in the 100 yard freestyle posting the top qualifying time of 51.39.
In the 500 yard freestyle Taylor Brown has the second fastest time coming into the meet at 5:11.23 as she tries to advance to State as a Sophomore. Rachel DeYoung will have to swim her best but has a shot at making it to State in the 100 breaststroke with the third fastest qualifying time.
Johnson best shot in the relays will probably be in the Women’s 200 yard freestyle relay. Johnson has the second fastest qualifying time of 1:40.61. On the boys side senior Nathan Coppock in the 200 yard freestyle and Kevin Vo in the 100 yard Breaststroke give Johnson the best shot at moving on to State.
Prelims start Friday at 4:30pm while the finals will swim at 3:30pm on Saturday.
The 1-meter diving competition was held Thursday with Justin Checchin bringing home the bronze medal by placed 3rd, Morgan Cooper-4th, Matt DeLaGarza-5th and Jason Checchin-8th