News and Announcements
The girls are getting ready for a competitive season with Coach LaTayna Purnell as their head coach. While keeping busy as a Resident staff member in the Village School Residential program, Coach Purnell is enjoying being a part of the athletic program.
A few of the girls are coming off a successful volleyball season and have brought their energy to the basketball court. We will hard for the next few weeks and will focus on development of individual skills and applying those skills in a team concept for game competition. Come join us for our first game November 15 against First Baptist at 3:30 pm. Look forward to see you!
The Village Lady Vikings are coming off of the best season in school history, with a 24-7 record, and a trip to the TAPPS 4A Quarterfinal. This success was sparked by a group of juniors, who return for their senior year, with extremely high expectations. To make the task even tougher, the Lady Vikings will compete in TAPPS 6A. They are also playing an extremely challenging non-District schedule.
“Last year was a tremendous year. Our success occurred because of our ability to attack the daily process of getting better. This year, we are a new team, which will face new challenges. Our biggest challenge is our lack of depth, as half of our roster has very limited experience. We have also put together one of the toughest schedules in school history. Throughout this season, we will play multiple 6A public schools, SPC teams, and could see over ten state-ranked opponents. We are even scheduled to compete against a potential McDonald’s All-American (Alexis Morris, #18 ranked player in the country). This schedule will prepare us for our District schedule, in January, as we aim to make another run at the State Tournament,” Coach Brotherton said.
The team will be led by four seniors; Starlyn F, Amber P, Elisa F, and Caren E. Junior Liz M and Sophomore Kennedy D will also play very critical roles in the success of the team.
“There is no doubt that our program has elevated to its current level, because of the work put in by our seniors. Starlyn and Amber came to the Village School three years ago, and helped change the culture of our program. Elisa joined us last year, and has been a huge part of our success. Caren is a ‘program kid,’ as she has worked her tail off to develop over her four years. This group has put our program on the map. I am forever grateful to these seniors, their families, and it is our mission to honor them with a wonderful season,” said Coach Brotherton.
Houston Methodist West Hospital will be holding physicals at The Village School Moore Gym on May 18 from 3:00 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.. Cost of the physical will be $25; we ask checks be payable to
Students must bring the following forms correctly completed by both student and parent: Physical Evaluation and Medical History Form, Physical Assessment Form, Houston Methodist Physical Consent Form, and the Impact Testing Form. All forms can be found on The Village Athletics website under the tab Student Resources, or click the link below.
As a reminder, students do not need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian but must have all forms correctly completed and signed by parent/guardian in order to be able to have a physical completed.
The 7th grade girls basketball team worked really hard and did well this season! We finished the season 2-8 and 2nd in the silver bracket at the Pin Oak tournament. I am so proud of the girls for their hard work and dedication this winter. We can’t wait to see the girls back on the court next year!
The 7th grade girls basketball team has had a good season so far. The girls have been working really hard on developing their skills and getting better each game. Our record is 2-3 and we will be playing our next game back from the holiday break January 7th, at 4:00 pm at home. Please come and support your Lady Vikings!