Entries Tagged as 'Athletics'

Judson To Take On Laredo United In Next Round

The Judson Rockets continue to push through the playoffs after beating O'Connor in the second round. This week the game will be in Kingsville, so fill up the tank and get ready for a road trip and support the Rockets.





@ Texas A&M Kingsville
Friday, Nov. 28, 2014
2:00 p.m.

       Gates open 1:00 p.m.

TICKET OFFICE HOURS:   Tickets will be sold at the Rutledge Stadium
ticket office.

    Monday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     8:00 a.m.  -   4:30 p.m.
    Tuesday  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  8:00 a.m.  –  4:30 p.m.
    Wednesday  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 a.m. -   12:00 p.m.     

    Pre-Game Student (K-12)    $ 4.00
    Pre-Game General Admission    $ 7.00
    Passes allowed: THSCA, TGCA & District  25-6A +1 ONLY
    Judson High School faculty in w/ID, spouse/family must purchase a ticket to enter.    

All tickets at the game will be $8.00

Rocket Softball Star Signs To Play In 'Bama Next Year

Arianna Ricondo is a three-year softball letterman who has signed a National Letter of Intent to play next year at Alabama State University in Montgomery.  Arianna is the daughter of Joe and Wendy Ricondo...one of her biggest fans is her brother Joe.  As a freshman, Arianna played on the JV team with spot appearances at the Varsity level.  But after that she started in left field her sophomore and junior year.  She looks forward to her upcoming senior season.  Academically, she is part of the Gifted and Talented program, the P.A.L.S. program and has maintained a 3.6 GPA...all while giving it her best on the softball field.  Arianna will be a scholarship athlete at Alabama State which is a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference. She plans on majoring in Physical Therapy and Kinesiology.  Congratulations!

Rocket Point Guard Signs To Play D-1 Ball In N.C.

If you followed the fantastic run the Judson Rocket basketball team was on last year...all the way to the state final four tournament...you know the name Tony Allen.  While he's a big part of the Rocket basketball squad this year as a senior, he recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play next year at Campbell University in basketball-crazed North Carolina.  Tony is the son of Joslyn and David Allen from Converse. For Tony, the chance to go to a program like this is a great open door. "I have always wanted to go to a program that is on the rise and I'm excited about the opportunity to contribute and help continue the success..." Campbell University is the home of the "Fighting Camels" in Bules Creek, North Carolina and is a part of the Big South Conference.  The school is one of the up and coming NCAA division one basketball programs in the country.  Tony helped lead the way to a 37-2 season that went to the State Finals last year.  We congratulate him on this big step as a student-athlete.

Next Round Of The Playoffs For Rockets

Judson High School moves on in the playoffs after a big win over Churchill. The Rocket offense started slow, but really picked up its play in the second half and the defense really showed its character, smothering the Chargers and even scoring after an interception.  The next round pits the Rockets against O'Connor at Alamo Stadium...the newly renovated Alamo Stadium. If you haven't been there yet check it out and see a great game.

It's Playoff Time

Wear your coats and bring your blankets to cover up and stay warm under the Friday Night Lights. Let's all band together to cheer and fire up our Judson Rockets for their first playoff win of the season. Go ROCKETS!!!