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Bowie Blast - March 2020

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Below are updates for the last two weeks before Spring Break! Great job to all of our Bowie Bulldogs!! We are so proud of all of our talented, strong and committed students!

Bowie Boys Soccer: All three soccer teams defeated Akins: JVB 4-0, JVA 1-0 and Varsity 4-0. Over the weekend of 3/7 the team played Austin High with JVB winning 1-0, JVA 6-0 and Varsity losing in a close game 1-2. During the week before Spring Break, the teams played Lehman with the following results: JVB 1-0, JVA 1-0 and Varsity 1-3. Go Dawgs!!!

Bowie Colorguard / Winterguard: Bowie Guard won the WGI Austin Regional on March 1 in a two-day competition at Rouse High School in Leander. Its 2020 winterguard show is titled TECHNICOLOR PACHYDERMS. From trumpet-playing trunks, to bubble elephants, Bowie World Guard uses musical inspiration from the original Disney film DUMBO (Pink Elephant sequence) and mix of Britney Spears, Madonna, John Cage and a little peek from the Wizard of Oz.

Battle of the Books: Bowie students participated in the second annual Battle of the Books at McCallum High School. They competed against 11 teams from AISD and Pflugerville on Friday, March 6th. Bowie took 4th place! Students read the chosen books and competed in three rounds (1 round- Kahoot, 2nd round short answer, 3rd round Jeopardy). Way to go Bulldogs!!

Bowie Business Professionals of America: THE BOWIE BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA traveled to Dallas last week to attend the BPA State competition and leadership conference. Out of four competitors, Bowie had 2 who beat out over 50 other competitors and earned a spot to represent our state in the Nationals Conference. Senior Talia Hanley finished strong with a 4th place award in Payroll Accounting and Junior Cole Harrison earned an impressive 2nd place win in Banking & Finance. These two will travel to Washington DC to represent the state of Texas and Bowie High School. Congratulations to you both!

Bowie Girls Soccer: The girls soccer teams all had victories on Friday, March 6th. The Freshmen team beat Hays Johnson 5-0. The JV team beat Lehman 8-0, and the Varsity beat Lehman 2-1 with awesome goals scored by Addie Lemoine and Megan Devaney. The teams finished up their season Westlake the week before Spring Break. All team members represented Bowie this season with a strong work ethic and class. Senior Megan Devaney finished up her season by tacking in two more goals, but the team still came up short to Westlake. Great season, Lady Dawgs!

Bowie Baseball: The Bulldogs beat Del Valle 10-0! John Estrada had two hits while McKade Hendley and Tyler Thomason both drove in two runs. Jonathan Eastin pitched five innings allowing only two hits and struck out eight! Our varsity baseball team played in the AISD tournament as well, winning four games and losing two. Two of our players were selected to the ALL-Tournament Team: Thanio Bright and Brody Miller. The team had a showing against some good competition in the AISD tournament. On March 9th, the Varsity team got a big district win! Down 3 -0 in their final at bat, the DAWGS scored four unanswered runs capped by a walk-off single by Aidan Warren. Bowie played solid defense and had a strong pitching performance by Johnathan Eastin who threw 6 and 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball. Great TEAM WIN!!! GO DAWGS!!!

Bowie Girls Track: Congratulations to the Varsity and JV girls track teams!! They finished in 2nd place at the Bastrop Relays last weekend. Varsity 1st place finishers were Anna Miletich in the high jump, Morgan Kos in the 3200 run, and Paige Oldham in the 800 run. Great job, ladies!!

Bowie Art: Last weekend, 125 Bowie art students participated in the Regional VASE Art Competition in San Marcos. Students were critiqued on their original artworks in front of judges. 115 Bowie students scored in the highest category and earned medals for their artworks. There were approximately 1,700 entries at VASE and 10% of those artworks were selected and qualified for the State VASE competition in April. 11 selections for state were from our Bowie artists. Our state qualifiers are Cristina Canepa, Melvin Osting, Luci Papiez, Ryan Driscoll, Juluissa Elias, Rae Gray, Savannah Nuhn, Evan Stein, Hailey Vogt, and Jackson Joyner who qualified for both of his artworks. Congratulations to our amazing artists!

Bowie Silver Stars & JV Star Dancers Dance Teams: Last weekend, the Silver Stars and JV Star Dancers competed at Vandegrift High School at the American Dance/Drill Austin Dance Classic. Great job closing out the competition season!!

Team Awards

Team Jazz – Judges’ Award

Team Kick Judges’ Award

Team Contemporary – Judges’ Award

Sweepstakes and Gussie Nell Davis Award

Platinum Award (Excellence in Technique, Presentation, Precision, Choreography)

Get Poms Giving Back Award (For our philanthropy projects with Head for the Cure and Legacy Oaks)

Wow Factor Award - Team Kick

1st Runner Up – American Academic Champions

1st Runner Up Best in Class – Super Team

5th Place (Overall)

Bowie Dance

Officer Awards

Officer Jazz – Judges’ Award

Officer Modern – Judges’ Award

Officer Contemporary – Judges’ Awards

Sweepstakes and Gussie Nell Davis Award

Silver Award (Excellence in Presentation and Choreography)

2nd Runner Up Best in Class - Super Team Officers

JV Star Dancers Team Awards

1st Runner Up JV Soloist – Alex Urrutia

2nd Runner Up JV Soloist – Lilianna Demedeiros

1st Runner Up JV Duet – Addison Hanson/Kyndall Taylor

Team Jazz – Judges’ Award

Team Novelty – Judges’ Award

Sweepstakes and Gussie Nell Davis Award

Silver Award (Excellence in Presentation and Choreography)

2nd Runner Up Best in Class

Ensemble Awards

Trio: Landry Case, Lauren Chou, Elizabeth Shymkiw – 1st Runner Up

Seniors – Best in Class Medium Ensemble!

Jazz Company - 1st Runner Up Large Ensemble

Solo Awards

2nd Runner Up Soloist – Lauren Chou

8th Runner Up Soloist – Gabby D’Angelo

Speech & Debate: The Speech and Debate Team traveled to El Paso for the TFA State Meet. More than half the team advanced to out rounds. Huge congrats go out to our outstanding team members!

State Finalists:

5th place in Duo Interpretation - Jaden Davis and Connor Snow

6th place in Humorous Interpretation- Connor Snow

8th Top Speaker in Public Forum Debate: Conner Williams


Ashlyn Dahl in Congressional Debate

Kaia Pierce and Sydney Reinhart in Duet Acting

Aidan Garcia and Tristan Rath in Duet Acting (first year competitors)

Erin Everette in Prose Interpretation (first year competitor)


Ashlyn Dahl in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking

Zoe Bouck In Humorous Interpretation (first year competitor)

Riley McCue In Humorous Interpretation

Tristan Rath in Humorous Interpretation (first year competitor)

Riley McCue and Haley Pousson In Duet Acting

Zoe Bouck and Conner Snow in Duet Acting

Alyssa Shumaker in Prose Interpretation

Double Octofinalists:

Conner Williams and Katie Golson in Public Forum Debate

Bowie Mountain Bike Team: The Bowie Mountain Bike Team raced at the Wrangle in Warda this weekend with an overall team finish in 4th place. Congratulations to the following athletes for their top 10 finishes! Great job, Bulldogs!

Varsity Girls – Retta Johnson 5th place

Freshman Girls – Ryan Offermann 3rd place

Varsity Boys – Andre Kachkine 6th place

JV 1 Boys – Ethan Doucette 1st place

JV 2 Boys – Jacob Ankele 3rd place

Freshman Boys – Tyler Peterson 4th place, Andrius Velez 5th place, Jackson Willie 8th place, Jake Reiman 9th place

UIL One-Act Play: On March 10th, the company of the UIL one-act play Marisol advanced from district to bi-district contest! The company took some top honors, including:

Best Performer: Eric Larson

All-star Cast: Kamryn Morales

Honorable Mention-All Star Cast: Gillian Griffis

Outstanding Technician: Alyssa Shumaker

Great job to these outstanding students!!

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