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Change made to the 2020-2022 UIL district alignment
by Joe Casarez | staff writer With the release of the new UIL realignment Johnson, along with other NEISD schools, have shifted from district 27-6A to 28-6A as two additional new schools have been introduced from Northside. “They added two more (More)
Varsity Basketball take on the Jags
Varsity boys basketball competed against Johnson High School at Blossom Athletic Center on Feb 4, and the team lost 52-58.         (More)
Girls basketball team faces loss against South San
Ashlyn Swain | staff writer After many losses this season, every practice counts to senior and varsity basketball player Jayla Taylor.  “We thought we’d be better than everybody but they’ve brought their A-game. Everybody wants to beat Johnson (More)
Boys basketball looks forward to attending state playoffs
The Jaguar basketball team is rolling past opponents as they continue their fast start to their season. While maintaining a record of 17-6 overall they have racked up 4 district wins and 0 losses. Zach Keller was the team’s leading scorer last sea (More)
Boys basketball looks to coming tournaments
by David Kent | staff writer This year’s boys basketball season is already off to a good start, with the Varsity team having a lead of seven to one. “Well, boys basketball is off to a great start. At this time we’ve played one tournament and wo (More)
Churchill for the win!
Churchill for the Win! Monday February 11 the Churchill Chargers girls basketball team played in their last game of the season, the playoffs. After a long and hard season of basketball, our Lady Chargers came out undefeated. They practiced non sto (More)
Jumping over Johnson
Continuing their successful season, the girl's basketball team played against Johnson on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Blossom gym. (More)
Mid-district Woes-Varsity team defeated by Mavericks
With a rough start to the season, only winning seven out of the nineteen games, the boys basketball team loses to Madison with a final score of 70-50 on Saturday, January 12. (More)
School is out, but practice is still on
by Eric Martinez | staff writer While most will be huddled up in blankets and drinking hot chocolate at home, coach Lee Miller and his wrestling team will be at school still practicing for the sports season. “Wrestling is an intense conditioni (More)
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