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Class of 2018 Early Signees

CONGRATULATIONS to our Austin Bulldog early signees! Gathered in the Austin High School gym yesterday were our student athletes that have committed to play in college. Their teammates, coaches, friends and family all cheered in celebration of these amazing student athletes. 

  • VOLLEYBALL: Caylinn Davis –  East Stroudsburg University
  • VOLLEYBALL:  Tia Smith – University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • VOLLEYBALL: Kayley Hollywood – Kansas State University
  • BASEBALL: Nick Hill – NicholLs State University

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bulldog Swimmers in Swim “Tournament”

2017 AHS Varsity Bulldogs - SwimOur Bulldog swimmers are swimming fast and finishing first!  Thursday morning, our Lady Bulldogs took on Pearland in the first of a few “swim tournaments” – multi-team meet over a few days , and the Guys are swam against Houston Bellaire at the Don Cook Natatorium. Both finished great and both move to the FBISD Training Pool for a meet this afternoon, followed by another on Saturday morning. Times TBA.

Our Lady Bulldogs started things off perfectly with a FIRST PLACE in the 200 yd Medley Relay (back, breast, fly, free). This relay was made up of 4 young ladies, Dadrian, Linnell, Tallie & Maddie Lu. Following the relays, Nicole Ma dominated the 200Free taking first, with Kate Kulow and Hana Padilla grabbing 2nd and 3rd in the 200 IM. After Ms. Ma caught her breath, she turned around and won the 500 free (20 laps). Follow the 500s, 2 more Bulldogs grabbed 1st and 2nd in the 100 back, Hanna Padilla & Zoe Holden. The Lady Bulldogs 400 free relay took first and was comprised of Kate 

Kulow, Hana Padilla. The Lady Bulldogs finished ON TOP of Pearland and won the first meet of the day. 

For our Men’s Bulldogs, Josh Loux fought hard, finshing 2nd in the 200IM immediate toteam captain Bernard sprinting to a FIRST PLACE in the 50 free. Nathan Nelson-Archer dominated the 100 fly, with Elijah C and Jay M finishing 2nd and 4th. Check out Nathan’s finish > Nathan Nelson Archer finish 100FL

With very little rest, Nathan Nelson-Archer turned around and took 2nd in the 500 free (20 lap race). The 200 Free Relay of Max Hoefel, Kevin, Bernard & Nathan steals the show and got the blue! Josh Loux went back to the basics of backstroke and finished 2nd in the 100back. Tied for 3rd going into the last race of the morning, the 400 Free Relay of Nathan, Max, Bernard and Josh finished in first, and pushed the Bulldogs into a strong 2nd place behind Kempner. WHAT A FINISH!

Both teams have to grab lunch and head back to the pool for Meet #2, this afternoon at FBISD’s beautiful “Training Pool.” Check out a swim meet…if you’ve never been, they are high energy and fun to watch.

2017 Swim Tournament - Final Scores Meet1

Photo credits and other info: Stacy Loux

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🐾Austin Bulldogs Playoff Bound🐾

Super proud of these Lady Bulldogs! Our Varsity team is PLAYOFF BOUND! GO DAWGS! Can’t wait to see what Friday brings!

At this point we have 2 scenarios:

If Katy is the 3rd place team after Friday:  AHS vs Katy 5pm Tuesday Oct 31st @ Wheeler

If Cinco Ranch is the 3rd Place team after Friday: AHS vs Cinco Ranch 6:30 Tuesday Oct 31st @ Alief Taylor

Katy and Cinco Ranch will have a playoff game this Friday to determine Place.  Stay tuned!!

2017 AHS Bulldogs Volleyball

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Bulldogs play CHS (Tues) for DISTRICT TITLE

Batting back problems, knee problems, a hostile home crowd, and a lot of homework, Senior Captain Ria Devakottai held off super champ Jade Hill 7-5, 6-3, giving the Bulldogs a stunning 10-9 VICTORY at Ridge Point on Wednesday. The win keeps the Dawgs undefeated in District play and increased their winning streak to FIVE!

The Bulldogs will play Clements (ranked No. 7 in Texas) Tuesday at the Rangers home court for the district title.

Austin got off to a good start in doubles, gaining a 4-3 advantage. The dynamic duo of Bo Wilson and My2 Ganesh won 8-5 at line 1. But it was the line 3 duo of Akash Musale and Timothy Law who posted an 8-6 victory and gave the Dawgs the early lead. IN girls doubles Sharon Chang and Angel Li won their fifth straight match, 8-4. Juan Forero and Donia Mobli finished the doubles session with an 8-6 win.

In singles, Wilson, another captain, did his part winning line 2 in straight sets against Chris Ocampo.

Line 4 extraordinaire Forero needed a 10-7 supertiebreaker to beat Drew Kilpatrick.

The girls were the difference in singles. Sydni Rowland, another captain, was dominant in a 6-0, 6-0 win at line 2 while Li and Chang also won their singles matches setting up the big moment by Devakottai.

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BULLDOG TENNIS NEWS

The JV tennis team moved to 3-0 on the season with a 7-2 win over Travis in a rain-shortened match.

Dev Goswami and Peyton Pham both claimed two points, winning their doubles and singles matches. Goswami, a junior, teamed up with frosh Timothy So to win line 1 doubles 8-0. And Pham teamed up with Akash Mehta to win line 3 doubles 8-0.

On the girls side, Kamryn Brooks and Indra Loghin rolled to a 8-3 win at line 1. Tiffany Pham and Mayank Daruka cruised in mixed 8-0.

Other winners were Morgan Oglesbee and Trevor Hresko at line 2, also posting an 8-0 whipping.

The JV will host upstart Ridge Point Thursday at 3:30 p.m.

IN VARSITY NEWS: The varsity Dawgs are in the semifinals of the District Tournament and will travel to Ridge Point Tuesday to battle a very strong Panther team. A Dawg victory sends us to the finals against Clements.

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