Dragon Golfer is Tournament Champion

Results from the week of March 6

3/7 at Episcopal Invitational*, Quail Valley Golf Course
Alicia Fein • 98
Henry Wing • 75
Elias Boles • 83
Jack Teague • 87
Graham Dunlop • 90
Simon Shapiro • 113
Ian Incledon • 93
Christopher Zhang • 97
Next up for Dragon Golf:
March 23 host John Cooper Invitational, Golf Club of Houston
3/7 vs Tomball Kings • 12-4 L
Next up for Dragon Baseball:
Florida Spring Break Trip:
March 14 vs Wellington High School
March 15 vs Sagemont High School
March 16 vs McCarthy High School
March 17 vs Gibbons High School
March 21 at Concordia Lutheran, 7 p.m.
3/7 vs International Leadership of Texas • 16-0 W
3/9 vs Lutheran South • 12-5 W
Coach Nicole Hedden’s highlights: Dragons totaled 13 hits in the game–Addy Tague, Ella Howard, Cameron Patterson, and Rogers all had multiple hits. Tague led with three hits in four at-bats. Maggie Flinn tripled on a 1-0 count in the third inning, scoring one run. Cameron Patterson singled on a 2-1 count, scoring one run, and Grace Minarovic homered on the first pitch of the at-bat, scoring two runs.
We put up four runs in the fifth inning with Madison Rogers and Addy Tague leading this big inning, sending runners across the plate with RBIs.
Cameron Patterson took the win on the mound, lasting four innings, allowing four hits and three runs while striking out five. Grace Minarovic threw three innings in relief out of the bullpen. Minarovic went deep in the third inning with a three-run home run.
 We look forward to a restful spring break and coming back strong starting the conference play when we return.
Next up for Dragon Softball:
March 21 vs Kinkaid*, 5 p.m.
March 24 vs Episcopal High School*, 4:30 p.m.
3/9 at Dog Pound Invitational, Magnolia High School
Boys 7th place • Girls 13th place
Boys Results 7th Place Team
Nico Signorelli 1st Pole Vault 15’ 1” NEW SCHOOL RECORD
Grey Mendenhall 2nd 1600m
Aditya Pakal 3rd 1600m
4X100m Relay 4th Dean Calhoun, Eli Grzelewski, Daniel Schlichter & Amir Rizvi
4X400m Relay 4th Eli Grezelewski, Nathan Montez, Kaden Schwertner & Amir Rizvi
Amir Rizvi 5th 300m Hurdles
Dean Calhoun 7th Long Jump
Aedan Lanigan 7th 800m
Santiago Fernandez Villarreal 7th Pole Vault
Eli Grzelewski 8th 100m
Anders Karst 8th 800m
Girls Results 13th Place Team 
Onese Ewherido 5th 400m
Sienna Williams 5th 100m Hurdles 6th 300m Hurdles
Milla Signorelli 6th Pole Vault
4X100m Relay 6th Haley Lein, Milla Signorelli, Sienna Williams & Onese Ewherido
Coach Scott Holland: This was a great opportunity before Spring Break to compete against different and larger schools. I am so proud of the effort of our athletes. I am looking forward to what is to come as the season progresses.

3/3-4 at St. John’s Maverick Relays
Boys 5th • Girls 10th
Boys • 5th place (17 teams)
Boys 100 Meter
Eli Grzelewski: 4th
Daniel Schlichter: 6th
Boys 1600 Meter
Grey Mendenhall: 5th
Aditya Pakal: 7th
Boys 110m Hurdles
Michael Stupek: 3rd
Amir Rizvi: 5th
Boys 300m Hurdles
Amir Rizvi: 2nd
Michael Stupek: 7th
4x100 Relay: 6th place (Connaghan Hou, George Rhoden, Daniel Schlichter, Eli Grzelewski)
4x400 Relay: 4th place (Kaden Schwertner, Santiago Fernandez-Villarreal, Eli Grzelewski, Amir Rizvi)
4x800 Relay: 4th place (Andrs Karst, Jacob Bailey, Eric Sipko, Saif Rizvi)
Pole Vault
Nico Signorelli: 1st
Santiago Fernandez-Villarreal 3rd
Long Jump
Daniel Schlichter: 4th

Girls • 10th place (18 teams)
Girls 200 Meter
Milla Signorelli: 7th
Girls 400 Meter
Onese Ewherido: 6th
Girls 1600 Meter
Megan Day: 7th
Alexis Seymour: 8th
Girls 3200 Meter
Megan Day: 6th
Girls 100m Hurdles
Sienna Williams: 5th
Haley Lien: 8th
Girls 300m Hurdles
Sienna Williams: 3rd
4x100 Relay: 6th place (Haley Lien, Milla Signorelli, Onese Ewherido, Sienna Williams)
4x400 Relay: 5th place (Onese Ewherido, Milla Signorelli, Alexandra Schoenherr, Sienna Williams)
High Jump
Onese Ewherido: 7th
Haley Slocum/Alyssa Kuang: 8th
Triple Jump
Mobis Bassir: 5th
Next up for Dragon Track & Field:
March 24-25 Victor Lopez Classic at Rice University
March 31-April 1 at Texas Relays at the University of Texas
Next up for Dragon Tennis:
March 22 girls scrimmage at St. Agnes, 4 p.m.
March 24 girls at Duchesne*, 4 p.m.
March 28 at Houston Christian*, 4 p.m.
March 31-April 1 Individual SPC Tournament* at St. Stephen’s

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