NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS


District Cross Country Results

posted Oct 16, 2017, 11:28 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Oct 16, 2017, 12:46 PM ]


On Monday October 9 the Knippa Cross Country team traveled to Rocksprings to compete in the District 31A Cross Country Meet. The results are as followed:

Varsity Boys
Christian Rattler: 4th Time: 19:04
James Pargas: 5th Time: 19:10
Andrew Rowland: 6th Time: 19:56
Ernesto Garza: 9th Time: 22:15
Jordan Lara: 5th Time: 23:13
Luke Alejandro: 26th Time: 30:45

The Varsity Boys Team place 1st in the Meet.

Varsity Girls

Avery Willis: 9th Time: 15:42

Ashley O'Connor: 10th Time: 15:48
Caitlyn O'Connor: 14th Time: 17:44
Joshlyn Saucedo: 20th Time: 19:23
Haley Day: 22nd Time 20:12

The Varsity Girls Team placed 3rd in the meet

7th Grade Boys
Dylan Harris: 12th Time 20:24

 

The Varsity Boys and Girls will travel to Corpus Christi to compete in the Regional Meet on Monday October 23. The meet will be held at the TAMU-Corpus Christi Dugan track and soccer stadium. The Girls will run at 10:30 a.m. and the boys will run at 10:50 a.m.

 

Cross Country News Update Oct. 6

posted Oct 6, 2017, 12:20 PM by Joe Cordova


High School & Jr. High SWTJC Cross Country Invitational Meet

Posted: 10/06/2017

September 30th both the junior high and high school cross country teams traveled to Southwest Junior College to compete in the Annual Invitational Meet. All runners did very will and and  our high school boys team brought home the 5th place title. The results are as followed:



Class 1A-4A Varsity Boys
James Pargas 9th - Time: 19:22
Christian Rattler 17th - Time 20:19
Andrew Rowland 19th - Time: 20:32
Ernesto Garza 33rd - Time: 22:23
Jordan Lara 35th - Time: 22:58

Class 1A-4A Varsity Girls
Ashley O'Connor 18th - Time: 16:30
Avery Willis 21st - Time: 16:59
Caitlin O'Connor 28th - Time: 17:37
Joshlyn Saucedo 38th - Time: 19:46
Haley Day 39th - Time: 20:18

7th & 8th Grade Jr. High Boys
Dylan Harris 110th - Time: 22:29


Bandera Bulldog Pre-District Cross Country Invitational Meet

Posted: 10/06/2017


October 4th the Knippa Cross Country team traveled to Bandera to compete in the Bandera Pre District Cross Country Invitational Meet. The JV boys team placed 5th and the JV girls team placed 4th in the meet. The results are as followed:


JV Boys
James Pargas 3rd - Time: 18:16
Christian Rattler 8th - Time: 19:12
Andrew Rowland 12th - Time: 19:25
Ernesto Garza 48th - Time: 21:29
Jordan Lara 59th - Time: 20:18

JV Girls
Avery Willis 13th - Time: 14:49
Ashley O'Connor 28th - Time: 16:07
Caitlyn O'Connor 39th - Time: 17:37
Joshlyn Saucedo 39th - Time: 18:24
Haley Day 47th - Time: 19:45

7th Grade Boys

Dylan Harris 42nd - 20:08

The team will travel to Rocksprings to compete in the District Meet on Monday October 9th. The meet will be held at the Rocksprings Country Club.

Celebrate Lunch at Knippa ISD - October 10 - 13

posted Oct 5, 2017, 11:44 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Oct 5, 2017, 11:59 AM ]


The cafeteria will be celebrating National School Lunch Week on October 10 - 13. Our theme this year is Rock the Day with a Healthy School Lunch. We want to encourage all students to eat a healthy lunch everyday so all of our meals contain fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low fat milk and lean proteins.

We will be giving small daily prizes to everyone who eats a lunch from the cafeteria. We will also draw 4 lucky winners every day for prize bags filled with healthy snacks and fun rock and roll items.

Knippa Volleyball News Update

posted Sep 25, 2017, 12:42 PM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Sep 25, 2017, 1:02 PM ]


On September 5th the Freshman volleyball girls played good game against Big Springs but fall short of a win. The JV and Varsity played Charlotte and won both matches.

JV stats:
Destiny: 3 kills, 4 aces & 3 digs
Maiya: 3 aces & 2 digs
Allyna: 1 kill, 2 aces & 4 digs
Erin 1 kill & 3 digs
Anna 2 aces & 6 digs

Varsity stats:
Hailey: 1 kills, 16 assist, 2 aces & 5 digs
Camryn: 10 kills, 2 aces & 6 digs
Avery: 4 kills, 4 aces & 5 digs
Amber: 2 kills, 4 aces & 1 dig
Candace: 2 aces & 1 dig
Nikki: 1 kill, 3 aces & 1 dig
Madison: 1 dig
Kaylin: 2 digs
Riley: 1 kill & 2 digs
Sarah: 7 digs
Gabby: 1 dig


On September 8th the Freshman Volleyball girls played Big Springs. Although they played very well they lost in two. The JV and Varsity played San Antonio Stacey. Junior Varsity lost in two close games. First match 27-25, Second match 25-19. The varsity played a amazing game and won the match in five games.

JV stats:
Ashlynn: 2 assist, 1 ace & 1 dig
Maiya: 2 kills & 2 aces
Destiny: 1 ace & 5 digs
Anna: 4 digs
Erin: 1 kill, 1 ace & 3 digs
Sophia: 1 dig
Reba: 2 digs

Varsity stats:
Hailey: 2 kills, 16 assist, 6 aces & 3 digs
Camryn: 15 kills, 2 aces, 1 block & 8 digs
Avery: 9 kills, 3 assist, 5 aces, 1 block & 8 digs
Rylee: 2 kills & 2 aces.
Nikki: 1 ace & 2 digs
Candace: 3 aces & 3 digs.
Emily: 6 digs
Madison: 3 digs
Sabrina: 1 dig
Gabby: 1 dig
Kaylin 4 digs

Saturday, September 9th Knippa hosted a Jr. High Tournament. The Knippa Jr. High Purple team placed 2nd. Knippa White team placed 3rd. All teams played very well. Thanks for all the support from parents, community and high school players who made our tournament a great success.

September 12th the high school girls hosted Medina in a JV and Varsity match. Our Junior Varsity team won in two games, The varsity girls won their match in three games.


JV stats:
Ashylnn 6 assist & 3 digs
Destiny: 1 kill, 2 aces & 2 digs
Maiya: 4 kills, 1 aces & 3 digs
Anna: 2 aces & 1 dig
Allyna: 2 aces & 1 dig
Erin: 2 kills & 1 dig
Sarah: 5 aces & 1 dig
Sophia: 2 digs
Reba: 2 digs

Varsity stats:
Hailey: 1 kill, 16 assist, 3 aces & 5 digs
Camryn: 10 kills, 2 aces, 3 blocks & 6 digs
Avery: 9 kills, 5 aces & 8 digs
Candace: 1 dig
Nikki: 1 kill, 1 ace & 3 digs
Rylee: 1 kill & 1 dig
Madison: 1 kill & 2 digs
Emily: 2 digs
Kaylin: 4 digs
Sabrina: 1 dig
Gabby 3 digs


September 15th the Freshman and Varsity Volleyball teams traveled to Utopia. The Freshman team lost to Utopia's JV with the score of 15 - 25 and 17 - 25. The Varsity lost in three sets. Scores were 25 - 18, 25 - 9, 27-25.

Varsity stats:
Hailey: 2 kills, 12 assist, 1 aces & 8 digs
Camryn: 9 kills, 2 aces, 2 blocks & 9 digs
Avery: 6 kills, 1 assist, 5 aces, 4 blocks & 8digs
Candace: 1 assist, 2 aces & 4 digs
Nikki: 2 digs
Madison: 2 digs
Kaylin: 5 digs
Emily: 3 digs

September 18th the Jr. High girls played D'Hanis in the Vulcan Center. All teams played very well. The Gray team lost in 2 close games 22 - 25, 21 - 25. The White team also lost in two 12 - 25 & 21 -25. The Purple team won their match in three games of 25 - 14, 24 - 26 and 18 -16. We are very proud of the hard work all of the Knippa Lady Crushers have put forth!

September 22nd The Knippa JV and Varsity Volleyball teams won both their first district game of the season against Comstock.

We are very proud of the hard work all of the Knippa Lady Crushers have put forth! Thanks for all who continue to support our program. It takes a little more...

Coach Willis and O


Get Your Dig Pink with Purple Shirts! Youth and Adult Sizes Are Still Available.

posted Sep 5, 2017, 8:48 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Oct 2, 2017, 7:14 AM ]


Dig Pink with Purple shirts are now on sale for $15.00 all proceeds will be donated to the Ely and Sadie Educational Fund. Please fill out a order form and return it to the Knippa ISD office or coach Willis. All orders are due by September 15th thank you.


Young Crushers Working Hard and having summer success in baseball

posted Aug 29, 2017, 6:27 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Aug 29, 2017, 6:28 AM ]


Picture: Front Row (Left to Right) Wyatt Hughes, Uvalde All-Stars; Easton King, Marucci Elite San Antonio Select, Southwest Texas Champions 9U; Sutton King, Marucci Elite San Antonio Select, Southwest Texas Tournament Champions 8U; Cameron Santos, Uvalde All-Stars; Jose Garcia, Uvalde All-Stars; Ayden Barboza, Uvalde All-Stars; Ryan Santos, Uvalde All-Stars; Middle Row (Left to Right) Garrett Sendejo, Uvalde Senior League Champion; Preston Stevens, Uvalde Senior League Champion/Uvalde All-Star; Chevy Collins, Uvalde Senior League Champion; Robert Zamora, Uvalde Senior League Champion; Landon Cox, Uvalde Senior League Champion/Uvalde All-Star; Nathan Perez, Uvalde Senior League Champion; Carson Hiebert, Uvalde Senior League Champion; Ernest Garza III, Uvalde Senior League Champion/Uvalde All-Star; Matthew Santos, Uvalde Senior League Champion/Uvalde All-Star; Cameron Edwards, Uvalde Senior League Champion.



Congratulations to our 13-14 Knippa Royals Senior League team. They won the Uvalde Senior League Championship this summer

2017 Lady Crusher Volleyball Season

posted Aug 1, 2017, 7:50 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Aug 1, 2017, 7:53 AM ]


2017 Knippa Volleyball schedules are now available.
schedules are subject to change during the season please visit our district website for any updates.

Congratulations Knippa Graduates of 2017

posted May 22, 2017, 9:32 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated May 22, 2017, 9:35 AM ]



2017 Volleyball Gear Are Now Available

posted May 22, 2017, 6:39 AM by Joe Cordova   [ updated May 22, 2017, 6:40 AM ]


Get your 2017 upcoming season volleyball gear. All orders are due by May 30, No orders will be accepted after the deadline.

April 16, 2017 Senior Spotlight: Dylan DeLeon

posted Apr 30, 2017, 11:14 PM by Joe Cordova   [ updated Apr 30, 2017, 11:15 PM ]


Dylan DeLeon has been a Rockcrusher for five years as he began attending Knippa in the eighth grade. At the recent State Team Tennis Meet in Round Rock, Dylan had what he considered a funny experience. He ventured off alone to buy something and got lost in the mall. The team had gotten onto the bus, realized he was not already there, and then proceeded to drive around the mall looking for him. Fortunately, they found one another. It was probably one of those experiences that one laughs about later, well after all are safely on the bus headed back to Knippa. What Dylan remembers fondly was an initial experience he had with the late Mrs. Merlyn Schneider, counselor at the time. He went in for his initial school interview and by this own words, "I was the most disrespectful kid in the world. At the end of the meeting, she set me straight and made me realize that coming to Knippa was going to be a whole new environment." As he prepares to graduate, what Dylan feels he will miss the most are the students, "from the smallest grade to the senior class. "He will also" miss the staff, who helped me become who I am today. "Most of all, he will miss tennis. He appreciates Coach Jerry Radicke and Coach Beth Speer. "who have made him love the sport more than he ever had before." Dylan has participated in tennis, OAP, and Knippa Music Club (Penguin Sunset). He has received the Coaches Award for Tennis. He will receive his Associate of Arts degree from SWTJC in May. The advice that he has for other students is "Don't be afraid to be yourself, and never leave anybody out. It's better to make the right decision than the popular one. And, most importantly, if you ever love doing something positive, don't let anyone or anybody stop you from doing it." Dylan plans to attend Sam Houston State University to get a psychology degree. He would like to one day work at a children's hospital as a psychologist. Of course, he will always continue making music. Rap on, Dylan.

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