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Fall, Football, And Fans...The Schedules Are Here!

One of the things that gets so many people excited about the start of school is the beginning of high school football.  Our student-athletes have been working hard to prepare for this season and they are excited to tee it up.  All three high schools have great potential to not just do well in the regular season, but to get into the playoffs.  It'll be great fun to see how it all unfolds this year.  Here are the schedules.



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For Love Of The Game - The 2018 JEF Football Camp

Football has been a great tradition in Judson ISD for a long time. The quality and competition through the years speak volumes about it. The sport affords many teachable lessons about the game and about character as well as perseverance.  The Judson Education Foundation each year sponsors a football camp for students that in years past has been held at Rutledge.  Well, this year it was at Wagner High School's practice facility and it was a great experience for the kids and the staff.  Almost 200 kids attended the camp and received good solid football instruction along with plenty of water, shade, snacks and of course, lots of fun.  


We want to thank Wagner Head Football Coach Charles Bruce for hosting and helping orchestrate the event. We also want to say a big thank you to our wonderful sponsors.  They are Norton Rose Fulbright, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union, HEB, Trader Joe's Michael Martinez, and SAMCO Capital Markets, Inc.

Three Wagner Athletes Sign Scholarships

(Pictured L to R) Josline Hernandez, Austin Wiley and Hannah Donnan


Josline Hernandez has signed a letter of intent to play basketball with Schreiner University. She is a 2 year varsity starter for both the Wagner Volleyball and Basketball programs along with being the starting goalie for this year’s soccer team. Josline’s hard work and dedication in the class room as well as her athletic ability has provided her with the opportunity to continue her journey at the next level. She made a huge impact as a role player during her time here at Wagner and will do great things along the way. Congratulations Josline.

Wagner Bowler, Austin Wiley signed his college scholarship with Kansas Wesleyan University. Austin finished in the top 16 in the State of Texas, he is a member of the All District team for third year in a row and was Captain of All District Team Champions his junior year.  Austin finished his senior year with the highest average (231) in the State of Texas.  He was also involved with the JROTC earning the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Congratulations Austin.

Hannah Donnan, also on the Wagner Bowling team, signed her letter of intent with Oklahoma Christian University. She finished 4th in the district, 15th in the State of Texas and made 1st team All District.  Hannah earned a bowling and academic scholarship. Congratulations to her and her family.


Register Now For Summer Sports Camps

Summer break is always a good time to steer away from the usual routine and enjoy special activities that you or your child may not have time for during the school year.  Some students look forward to some of the sports camps that help them in the off season or are just plain fun and instructional.  Take a look at the link below for some of the more popular sports camps offered in JISD this summer.

View 2018 Summer Sports Camps

Judson Baseball Standout Picks School

If you have even casually checked out the high school baseball box scores over the last couple of years, the name Holiday should be familiar. Caimyn Holiday has been one of the most versatile baseball players to come out of Judson in a long time.  He has excelled in virtually any position he's assigned on the field and has shown that his bat speaks for itself as well.  In a recent signing ceremony at Judson High School, Caimyn signed his intent to attend and play baseball at Mary Hardin Baylor University next year.  He led the Rockets to a 15-8 record, 8-6 in district play and finished the season batting .351 with 3 home runs, 15 RBIs, and 21 runs scored.  He swiped 12 bases and as a pitcher, he went 7-1 with an ERA of 2.73 with 46 strikeouts...including a no-hitter against Roosevelt.  


He will take his talent, work ethic and leadership to Belton where MHBU is located and use it to further his education.  Caimyn is also a great student, ranked in the top 6% of his class. He also earned Honorable Mention All-State Choir 2016-17. He wants to pursue a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in sports broadcast journalism.  He is the son of Laurie and Tony Holiday. Good luck to this young man as he takes his Rocket Pride to the next level.