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Deer Park Baseball: The Road to the 2017 6A Championship [Photo Galleries]Posted by Matthew Lucas at 7/13/2017
6A State Tournament - Semifinal Game
Deer Park - 3, Southlake Carroll - 2
6A State Tournament - Championship Game
Deer Park wins - 7, San Antonio Reagan -2
DPHS student receives an Honorary ESPY AwardPosted by Matthew Lucas at 7/12/2017 12:00:00 PM
Congratulations to Deer Park High School-South Campus student Brendan “Bebo” West! West was recently named the recipient of an honorary ESPY Award.
Each year, sports network ESPN presents the awards to outstanding athletes and teams. But this year, the network gave local awards to a small group of Special Olympics athletes around the country as part of the 25th anniversary of the ESPYS. The awards telecast will feature a tribute to the late Eunice Kennedy Shriver, founder of Special Olympics.
Representatives from ABC and Texas Special Olympics, DPISD Superintendent Victor White, and Deer Park Mayor Jerry Mouton recently presented the honorary ESPY to West. They were joined by members of his family and the Deer Park City Council as well as West’s Special Olympics coaches.
Asked how he felt after receiving the ESPY Award, West responded with a huge grin and said, “Happy!”
“He has amazed us every year, and he continues to amaze us,” Coach Jo Kiefer said of West. “He loves Special Olympics. He loves being able to compete. The sky’s the limit with Brendan. There’s no telling what he’s going to do next!”
The Special Olympics profile on West can be viewed at the following link:
In March, West was named the 2016 Special Olympics Texas Male Athlete of the Year for his age group. He also became an internet sensation thanks to videos showing his unique ability to shoot basketball free throws with his feet.
Relive the Deer Park Baseball Team’s pursuit of the 6A State Championship!Posted by Jose Perez at 6/27/2017
Relive the Deer Park Baseball Team’s pursuit of the 6A State Championship!
Good Luck to the Deer Park Culinary Team at Nationals!Posted by Jose Perez at 6/27/2017
The talented students in Chef Reggie Vincent’s Culinary Arts Class at Deer Park High School have won the chance to compete in the national cooking competition on July 3 in Nashville, TN. Good luck to the team at nationals!
The last day of school at San Jacinto ElementaryPosted by Matthew Lucas at 6/22/2017 7:00:00 AM
Carpenter Elementary is helping to keep reading alive this summer!Posted by Jose Perez at 6/21/2017
The last day of school at Deer Park ElementaryPosted by Matthew Lucas at 6/20/2017 8:00:00 AM