by Mac Paquette | Sports Writer

Golf

Johnson’s golf team is participating in a tournament over the weekend.  The teams are playing in two separate locations over the weekend, with the blue team playing in Austin, with the white team in Concan on Friday and Saturday. The Jags will be looking for good finishes from Jake Goodman, Christian De La Cruz and Jake Judkins.

Softball

The Johnson softball team is coming back from the Bryan tournament in College station after going 2-4 in six games.  The team played a game against Judson on February 19 and won by a score of 13-11.  The Jags started off down 0-3 after the first inning, but came storming back throughout the game and took the lead late and were able to hold on for the win, which gives the team a record of 4-4.

Baseball

The varsity baseball team won the opening game of the year against Judson by a score of 4-1 on February 19. Junior pitcher Jerod Vick got the win while senior Tate Huebner came in for the save.  On Thursday the Jags took on Clark during the first day of the Northside tournament.  While the Jags displayed a tough effort, they fell short by a score of 5-8.  The Jags will finish the Northside tournament over the weekend and will look for better results.

Soccer

Johnson girls’ soccer won 4-0, helping Johnson claim the trophy over the boy’s loss 0-1.

Johnson’s soccer program took part in the Fincke Cup against Reagan high school on February 19.  The girls’ team started off the competition strong and won by a score of 4-0 to give the boys’ team a 4 goal cushion heading into their game.  The goal scorers for the girls game were juniors Victoria Herrera, Tiana Soulas, Nia Stallings, and Madison Amaro.  Once the boys took the field the game was gridlocked at 0-0 until the second half when Reagan scored off of a penalty kick.  This goal would be the only goal scored as Reagan won the game against the boys, but could not overcome the 4 goal aggregate. Johnson won the Fincke Cup, and the scholarships were awarded to Paco Garcia and Adriana Garcia.

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About The Author

Mac Paquette is a senior at Johnson, a sports writer for MyJagNews, college football connoisseur, huge fan of the South Carolina Gamecocks, as well as any professional teams from Philadelphia. He also is a full-time procrastinator and his idols are Robin Thicke, Justin Timberlake, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. #mpgcrew

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