Four Judson HS Athletes Sign Scholarships
Garrett Rokas signed his letter of intent to attend the University of Arkansas to run cross country and track. Garrett is a 4 year letterman in cross country and a 3 year letterman in track at Judson High school. He has run the 400, 800, mile, 2 mile and 5k at different meets for the track team and cross country team. He was part of multiple district championships and a regional qualifying cross country team.
Ray’shawn Dotson is a 6’5” senior basketball player at Judson High School who signed a scholarship agreement to play for Hesston College in Kansas. He has been a top player in the city of San Antonio this season. His honors include 1st Team All District and Team Captain. Leading the Rockets in rebounding with 262 an average of 7.3 a game, Ray’shawn also averaged 9.6 points a game with a shooting percentage of 52.7%. He also shot an excellent 38.6% on 3pointers , had 19 blocks and 34 steals.
Ariel Watson has been a member of the Judson Girls’ track team during her four years at Judson. As a freshman, Ariel helped the Judson Track team win its first ever state title by running legs on the 4x100m relay that placed 3rd and our 4x200m relay that won state in 2014. Ariel is the rare track athlete that has the range of ability to win the 100m all the way up to the 800m, she can also hurdle and excel in the jumps. Her best race on the track is the 400m where she ran a time of 56.00 seconds and has a great chance to win the region this year. She has jumped a best of 40 feet 1.5 inches in the triple jump and 18 feet 3 inches in the long jump.
Most recently, Ariel came through at our district meet in a big way by winning the triple jump, placing 3rd in the long jump, winning the 100m, winning the 400m and helping our 4x400m relay team also win a district championship.
We are proud to announce that Ariel has accepted a full athletic scholarship to run track at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Shelby Adams, a 6’3” senior basketball player at Judson High School signed a scholarship agreement with Texas State University. Shelby has been a top player in the state of Texas the past two seasons. His honors include 1st Team All District, San Antonio Area Super Teams, All Region, and All-State. He was also named to several All Tournament teams during his high school career.
Leading the Rockets in scoring Shelby had 770 total points this season and averaged 21.3 a game. That alone would have been a great season, but he also led the team with 99 assists, 81 steals, and was 78% from the free throw line. Other notable stats were his 137 rebounds and 32.1% shooting from the 3 point line.