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Lutheran South Meet Recap

Posted by Village School Athletics at Sep 6, 2015 2:43PM PDT

The High School cross country team competed in the Lutheran South Meet at Burke Crenshaw Park on Saturday. The Vikings ran well against some of their TAPPS 4A District competition. The girls team were led by Charlotte S, who finished in 1st place, and Fernanda N, who came in 4th. The girls finished 4th overall as a team. The boys team were led by Sophomore runner, Ben A, who finished 3rd overall. The boys came in 5th as a team. The HS team is experiencing tremendous success two meets into the season. The Vikings continue their training this week and next in preparation for their upcoming meet on September 19th at Second Baptist West Campus. First race starts at 8:00am! Come watch your Vikings runners!


The Middle School football team gutted out a tough victory on Thursday over Grace, 8-6. After a scoreless first half, the Vikings scored first on a fifty yard touchdown run by Kamsi E, and completed the two-point extra try with field goal attempt by Elliot G. The Viking’s defense was amazing throughout the whole game with interceptions by Eric P and Mac B. To prevent the game from going into overtime the Vikings defense blocked the Gators extra point attempt. The Vikings improved their record to 2-0 after this hard-fought affair. Come out next Thursday as the Vikings try to win three in a row with a home game against the Stallions. Kick off is set for 6:00pm.

Go Vikings!


The Village School would like to congratulate our Athletic Director, Dustin Embrey, on his newly appointed position to serve as a member on the Houston board of directors for Positive Coaching Alliance. Dustin has played an integral role in developing The Village School’s relationship with Positive Coaching Alliance over the years. He has created opportunities for our coaches, parents, and student-athletes to grow by providing workshops that strive to refine our methods and be mindful of the impact athletics has on our student-athletes. Under Dustin’s leadership, The Village School Athletic Department will continue to evolve, improve, and incorporate methods that promote Positive Coaching Alliance’s message of, “Better Athletes, Better People.” This message reflects the philosophy of The Village Athletic Department, which is to teach our athletes, and instill values that will make our student-athletes successful throughout their lives.


The Village High School cross country team competed in their first meet of the season on Saturday, as they ran in the Incarnate Word Invitational held at the Houston Amateur Sports Complex. The Vikings ran a 2 mile event, and ran well. The girls team were led by a pair of medalists. Charlotte S came in 2nd place and Fernanda N came in 6th. The girls also came in 2nd overall as a team! Great job ladies! The boys also ran well. Sophomore runner, Ben A, came in 4th overall with a time of 11:14. The Vikings compete this weekend at the Lutheran South Invitational. The meet starts at 8:00 and is held at Burke Crenshaw Park. Come support your High School runners!

The Middle School cross country team competed in the same meet on Saturday, immediately following the high school team. The Vikings ran well in their season debut. The boys had two individual medalists. 8th grader, Victor R-V came in 4th place and 7th grader, Tristan A, came in 6th. The boys finished 3rd overall as a team out of 13 teams that competed. The girls team also had a pair of medalists. 8th grader, Olivia G, came in in 6th place and fellow 8th grader, Doris M, came in 7th place. Coach Petito and Coach Dyer were happy with the effort from each runner and excited for the result despite a limited practice schedule thus far. The Vikings next meet is scheduled on Saturday, September 19th, at the 2nd Baptist West Campus location. Come support your Middle School runners!

Meritas Games Parent Meeting

Posted by Village School Athletics at Aug 31, 2015 10:44AM PDT

Dear parents,

The Meritas Games Parent Meeting is on Tuesday, September 1st, from 5:30-6:30 in the MS Learning Commons. We encourage ALL parents to come to this meeting. This is the perfect opportunity to see what the Meritas Games has to offer, learn more, and ask all of your questions. Regardless if your child participates on a sports team, the Meritas Games caters to everyone and provides a great opportunity for your children to play alongside their friends, meet students like them from all over the world, and have fun! Each night, everyone attending takes part in the fun Disney activities. Please see the attached flyer for general information regarding the meeting tomorrow and this year’s dates of the event. See you at the meeting!

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