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Galveston College Theatre to showcase Invited Scene at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival regionals

A scene from Galveston College’s production of “More Fun than Bowling” by playwright Steven Dietz has advanced to Region 6 Festival 52 of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Feb. 24-27 in Abilene, Texas.

Galveston College was one of only 14 colleges and universities in the five-state region to have Invited Scenes at the festival. Region 6 is comprised of Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

In addition to the Invited Scene, Galveston College Theatre students Alyssa Gudz, Daniel Bourque and Eva Arita all received Irene Ryan Acting Awards at the state festival.

The KCACTF is a national theater program that works to improve the quality of college theater in the United States through a network of more than 700 academic institutions throughout the country. The program honors excellence of overall production and offers student artists individual recognition through awards and scholarships in playwriting, acting, dramatic criticism, directing and design.

The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival is a national organization that exists to celebrate the educational and creative process of university and college theatre.  KCACTF promotes professional standards and provides students and faculty with opportunities to bridge the academic and professional worlds.  KCACTF honors achievements in diversity and excellence and encourages experiences in all areas of theatre.

Above: Galveston College Theatre students Daniel Bourque, Eva Arita and Alyssa Gudz have been recognized with Irene Ryan Acting Awards at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. The trio starred in Galveston College’s production of “More Fun than Bowling” by playwright Stephen Dietz. The production, under the direction of Liz Lacy, program coordinator of Performing Arts at Galveston College, advanced with an Invited Scene at Region 6 Festival 52 of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Feb. 24-27 in Abilene, Texas.

Galveston College sees increase in student success rates

Galveston College experienced a substantial increase in student success rates in the past three years, according to a report on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Success Points Model presented to the Galveston Community College District Board of Regents on Wednesday, Feb. 19.

The Success Points Model was developed to measure the performance of institutions in a way that promotes their efforts to increase the rate of student progression and achievement.

In 2013, the 83rd Texas Legislature approved the use of a three-year rolling average of Success Points for determining a percentage of state funding that is allocated to community colleges. Overall, Galveston College experienced a 5 percent increase in its Success Points rolling average from 2017 to 2018.

Carmen Allen, director of institutional effectiveness and research, said Galveston College saw a 25 percent increase in the number of degrees and certificates awarded in the past three years – from 658 awards in 2016 to 820 awards in 2018.

Over the past three years, the college experienced a 21 percent increase in degrees and certificates in critical fields identified by the Texas legislature, which included areas such as engineering, computer science, mathematics, allied health and nursing.

The college also experienced an 11 percent increase in students transferring to four-year institutions and a 19 percent increase in students completing 30 semester credit hours in one year.

The college experienced a 12 percent increase in college-level reading, a 5 percent increase in college-level math and a 44 percent increase in math readiness. The number of students requiring developmental coursework in reading and writing also dropped by 6 percent and 44 percent respectively.

In other business, the board approved a new level 1 professional certificate in Emergency Medical Services to complement the college’s existing Associate of Applied Science degree and certificate programs.

Beginning this summer, the three-semester program will start preparing paramedics for entry into management, education and supervisory positions.

The board also approved a recommendation from its Facilities Committee to enhance the Cheney Student Center dining area to serve the anticipated increase in students housed on campus with the opening of the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Student Residences in fall 2020.

The $48,489 maintenance project will create additional dining space, a meeting/dining area and cold storage space for the kitchen.

Regents also heard a report from Dr. Shane Wallace, associate professor of English and coordinator of English and humanities, regarding a service-learning initiative with Galveston’s Own Farmers Market and the Young Gardeners Program in Galveston schools.

Dr. Wallace said 78 students volunteered for the service-learning project during the 2019-20 academic year and that it benefitted the community, while also advancing the goals of the curriculum.

In other action, the board

  • approved a memorandum of understanding between college and the Galveston Independent School District through Aug. 31, 2023, for the Galveston Career Connect grant.
  • approved the purchase of $33,070.48 in computer equipment for the Drs. Charles Eric and Octavia Hall Center for Educational Technologies.
  • accepted an increase in funding from the U.S. Department of Education for the Perkins Career and Technical Education – Basic Grants.
  • approved a $20,931 change order for additional drywall replacement and refinishing for the Fine Arts building on the main campus.
  • approved a $7,500 change order for cabling and boring for the new student housing.
  • approved primary annual construction services job order contract with J.T. Vaughn Construction, LLC of Galveston and secondary contracts with The Trevino Group of Houston and TUCON, LLC-Unbehagen Construction of Galveston.
  • approved an annual plumbing services contract with Wade Bailey Plumbing Co. Inc. of Galveston.
  • adopted a proposal to purchase $1,680.20 in classroom furniture for the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration program.
  • engaged the auditing services of Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC of Houston.

U.S. Census Bureau hosts job recruitment event on campus

Galveston College is hosting a job recruitment event for the 2020 U.S. Census from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 20, in the Moody Hall lobby, 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston.
The U.S. Census Bureau wants to hire up to 500,000 temporary, part-time census takers for the 2020 census.
Anyone above the age of 18 can apply, including people who already have jobs and want to earn extra income on evenings and weekends.
The selection process began in January, with paid training occurring in March and April and work beginning in May.
The position offers competitive pay, flexible hours, paid training and weekly paychecks. To find the pay rate in a specific area, learn more about these positions, or apply for one of the temporary jobs, visit here.
The event is open to the public, and recruiters will be on-site to assist with the application process.
For more information, contact Kay Reagan at

Above: Sabrina Harrell (standing) and Sharon Winson (seated) of the U.S. Census 2020 recruiting team talk with Galveston College Welding Technology students Patrick Unbehagen (left) and John Fowler Feb. 17 at the Charlie Thomas Family Applied Technology Center about the flexible work hours available to students, as well as the pay rate of $18 to $20 an hour in the area.

Galveston Island Mardi Gras 2019

Galveston College readies for Mardi Gras

On Saturday, Feb. 15, Galveston College students, faculty and staff will participate in the 33rd Annual Mystic Krewe of Aquarius Mardi Gras parade, which begins at 12 p.m. and runs from 57th and Seawall to the Strand Historic District.

Also on Saturday, students, faculty and staff will participate in the Krewe of Gambrinus’ 31st Annual King Gambrinus Lights Up the Night parade, which starts at 6 p.m. at 4500 Seawall Blvd. and proceeds downtown through the Strand Historic District.

Click here to view the parade route.

According to the City of Galveston, the island’s 109th Mardi Gras celebration begins Friday, Feb. 14, and continues until Feb. 25, or Fat Tuesday. Both weekends are packed with parades, parties and, of course, beads.

The 10-day event is expected to draw more than 300,000 attendees for masked balls, balcony parties, parades and concerts.

This island-style Mardi Gras has plenty of personality. There’s the classic revelry found in the heart of Galveston’s historic downtown district, where the bulk of festivities takes place, and also family-friendly events and parades along the Seawall.

To view the concert schedule, confirm parade routes and times, purchase tickets for ticketed events and venues, or to become a vendor, please visit the official Mardi Gras! Galveston website at

To view the complete list of Mardi Gras street closures, safety reminders and transportation information, visit the City of Galveston website here.

For more information on Galveston College’s participation in Mardi Gras activities, contact Associate Vice President for Student Services Ron Crumedy at

Register now for 5th Annual Women in Industry Conference

More than 1,250 women are expected to fill Galveston’s Moody Gardens Convention Center from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Friday, March 20, to learn about expanding opportunities for women in the petrochemical and industrial trades industries.
This marks the Women in Industry Conference’s fifth year, hosted by the Community College Petrochemical Industry (CCPI), a consortium of nine area community colleges.
The one-day event is designed to introduce women to the careers and opportunities available in the petrochemical and industrial skills industries, career fields long dominated by males but now open to women.
The conference is geared for all women—the unemployed or underemployed, high school or college students, veterans and women already in the field, looking to advance in their career paths.
Participants will hear from other women who work in the petrochemical and industrial trades industries and will have the opportunity to talk with college representatives about enrollment, financial aid and other training-related issues. Several major employers are also expected to be present.
To register for the conference, click here. Cost is $25, which includes a light breakfast and lunch.
To learn more about the Women in Industry conference or to become a corporate sponsor, contact Kelly Dando at (281) 425-6221 or
CCPI member colleges include Alvin Community College, Brazosport College, College of the Mainland, Galveston College, Houston Community College, Lee College, Lone Star College, San Jacinto College and Wharton County Junior College.

Whitecaps softball to host 2020 Island Invitational

The Galveston College Whitecaps softball team will host the 2020 Galveston College Island Invitational softball tournament on Friday, Feb. 7, and Saturday, Feb. 8, beginning at 10 a.m. each day at the Lassie League Complex, 2506 83rd St., Galveston, Texas.

The Whitecaps will take on Angelina College at 3 p.m. and Connors State College of Warner, Oklahoma, at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 7, at field 2 in the tournament, which will feature eight teams from throughout Texas and the southern U.S.

On Saturday, Feb. 8, the Whitecaps will play Alvin Community College at 10 a.m. and Temple College at 3 p.m. on field 2.

Other teams featured in the tournament include Blinn College, Brenham; Bossier Parish Community College, Bossier City, Louisiana; and San Jacinto College, Pasadena.

Admission is $10 for a tournament pass or $5 a day.

For more information on Galveston College athletics and the complete Whitecaps softball schedule, please visit the official website at

10-Minute Play Festival Photo

Galveston College Theatre sets 10-Minute Play Festival

The Galveston College Theatre department will present its third 10-Minute Play Festival Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8, in Room 207 of the Fine Arts building on the Galveston College campus at 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, Texas.

The showcase will include staged readings of six original 10-minute plays written by Galveston College students, faculty and community members.

“We hope you will join us for the premiere of these playwrights’ new works,” said Liz Lacy, program coordinator for the Performing Arts at Galveston College.

Playwrights include Stephany Blair, Shelly Downes, Alyssa Gudz, Destiny Montemayor, Christiana Rose-Eileen Rubio and Adi Teodoru.

Show dates and times are Friday, Feb. 7, at 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 p.m. Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain and admission is free.

Company members include Galveston College students Dorion Alcantar, Eva Arita, Elijah Barrie, Daniel Bourque, Alyssa Gudz and Eric Scales.

For more information, contact Lacy at (409) 944-1398 or

Pictured: Elijah Barrie, Alyssa Gudz and Daniel Bourque rehearse a scene for the upcoming Galveston College 10-Minute Play Festival Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8, in the Galveston College Fine Arts building.




Whitecaps baseball team hosts inaugural Island Invitational tournament

Hundreds of fans and family members from throughout east Texas and the Gulf Coast region were on hand to cheer on their teams at the first-ever Galveston College Whitecaps Island Invitational Friday and Saturday at Bernard Davis Stadium and Tor Baseball Field.
After two full days of play marked by sunny skies and mild winter temperatures, Temple College emerged the winner of the tournament after winning all four of its games.
Galveston College won its first game of the season on Friday, beating Howard College by a score of 3-1. On Saturday, the Whitecaps lost to Temple College, 4-12, and Coastal Bend College, 2-5.
Alvin Community College, Coastal Bend College and Howard College each won two games. Galveston College and Wharton County Junior College each took one.
Game scores:
  • Wharton County Junior College, 7 – Howard College, 4
  • Temple College, 3 – Alvin Community College, 2
  • Galveston College, 3 – Howard College, 1
  • Alvin Community College, 6 – Coastal Bend College, 1
  • Temple College, 8 – Wharton County Junior College, 4
  • Howard College, 7 – Alvin Community College, 2
  • Alvin Community College, 6 – Coastal Bend College, 1
  • Temple College, 8 – Wharton County Junior College, 4
  • Howard College, 8 – Alvin Community College, 3
  • Temple College, 12 – Galveston College, 4
  • Coastal Bend College, 5 – Galveston College, 2
  • Coastal Bend College, 9 – Wharton County Junior College, 6
For more information on Galveston College athletics and the complete Whitecaps baseball schedule, please visit

Galveston College Whitecaps baseball to host inaugural Island Invitational

The Galveston College Whitecaps baseball team will host its inaugural Galveston College Island Invitational on Friday, Jan. 31, and Saturday, Feb. 1, at Bernard Davis Stadium at 81st Street and Frank Giusti Drive and Tor Baseball Field at 83rd and Stewart Road.

The tournament will feature six community college teams from throughout the region.

First pitch is 1 p.m. on Friday. On Saturday, play gets underway at 10 a.m.

The Whitecaps will take on Howard College at 8 p.m. on Friday. On Saturday, the Whitecaps will play Temple College at 4 p.m. and Coastal Bend College at 8 p.m.

Other teams featured in the tournament include Alvin Community College and Wharton County Junior College.

Admission is free, and the games are open to the public.

Kevin Lallmann is entering his second season as head baseball coach at Galveston College and his fifth season on the Whitecaps coaching staff. During Coach Lallmann’s tenure, the Whitecaps sent 28 players on to the NCAA Division I level, had two players drafted in the MLB draft and had another player sign as a free agent.

Assisting Coach Lallmann is former Whitecaps standout Kyle Giusti, who joined the Whitecaps coaching staff as assistant coach last season after spending the 2018 season at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where he worked with the team’s hitters and served as bullpen coach.

“I think there’s a lot of excitement for this season,” Coach Lallmann said. “It doesn’t get any better than college baseball, and we are ready to put it out there and give it everything we have.”

For more information on Galveston College athletics and the complete Whitecaps baseball schedule, please visit

Galveston College announces fall 2019 honor students

Students named to the President’s List, Vice President’s List and Dean’s List for fall 2019 at Galveston College have been announced. Combined, the group has 337 students.

The three lists recognize students who achieved the highest grade-point averages while enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of study.

The President’s List includes students who have a 3.9 semester grade-point average or better. The Vice President’s List includes students who have a grade-point average of 3.6 but less than 3.9. The Dean’s List includes students who have a grade point average of 3.2 but less than 3.6.

Students are listed by designation, state and hometown.

Person First Name Person Last Name Person Address City Person Address State

President’s List


Liam Beaumont, Alvin

Jacob Easley, Alvin

Rene Navarro, Alvin

Vanessa Richardson, Angleton

Karli Newton, Bayou Vista

Jennifer Neisig, Brenham

Mirye An, Carrollton

Bryan Kuhn, Carrollton

Michelle Tomei, Carrollton

Darla Nunez, Dallas

Carnae Dillard, Denton

James Atchley, Dickinson

Robert Sanchez, Fort Worth

Illeana Amaya, Galveston

Hemal Amin, Galveston

Joshua Bailey, Galveston

Eliana Barlow, Galveston

Jose Becerril, Galveston

Lily Benavidez, Galveston

Sierra Benjey, Galveston

Courtney Berry, Galveston

Aaron Bouwkamp, Galveston

Rosie Bui, Galveston

Julie Butler, Galveston

Jessica Castro, Galveston

Larry Chambers, Galveston

Cynthia Christensen, Galveston

Samantha Coffey, Galveston

Isabella Corrales, Galveston

Kodiak Cox, Galveston

Richard Crawford, Galveston

Jose Cuenca Bazan, Galveston

Brittany Diaz, Galveston

Diane Edmonds, Galveston

Robert Ellis, Galveston

Britney Fletcher, Galveston

Mariana Flores Gonzalez, Galveston

Ryan Fullerton, Galveston

Jordan Garcia Covarrubias, Galveston

Dennis Gardner, Galveston

Daniel Golan, Galveston

Vincente Gonzalez, Galveston

Michael Green, Galveston

Tavin Grey, Galveston

Margarita Guerrero, Galveston

Heidi Haglund, Galveston

Brandi Hardeman, Galveston

Luke Havard, Galveston

Ronald Henriquez, Mancia Galveston

Earika Hermann, Galveston

Tyszhe Herron, Galveston

David Iadarola, Galveston

Laura Jimenez, Galveston

Reed Jones, Galveston

Anupama Kandel, Galveston

Roza Kastis, Galveston

Devlyn Mahanay, Galveston

Alexis Makris, Galveston

Richard Mancuso, Galveston

Nataly Mendieta, Rosas Galveston

Kaitlyn Mixon, Galveston

Devonte Moffett, Galveston

Ruben Morales, Galveston

Alec Muniz, Galveston

Ma Noviz Nevarez, Galveston

Jose Olguin Azcona, Galveston

Liliana Oseguera, Galveston

Jake Pritchett, Galveston

Jaime Quintanilla, Galveston

Sophia Ramirez, Galveston

Dario Ramirez Pico, Galveston

Kyra Ramos, Galveston

Brianna Reyes, Galveston

Joel Rivera, Galveston

Fernando Robles, Galveston

Jordan Rocha, Galveston

Jeremy Ross, Galveston

Maggie Rushing, Galveston

Mariana Salinas, Galveston

Elissiana Santiso, Galveston

Marsha Scoggin, Galveston

Julia Sierra, Galveston

Caleb Smith, Galveston

Grace Smith, Galveston

Josalyn Malyce Taylor, Galveston

Abigail Teague, Galveston

Caroline Termini, Galveston

Elizabath Thomas, Galveston

Jonisha Tisino, Galveston

David Ton, Galveston

Jesus Torres, Galveston

Catalina Tovar, Galveston

Alexandra Vasut, Galveston

Julianna Wagner, Galveston

Jaelyn Williams, Galveston

Roshawn Williams, Galveston

Michael Wilson, Galveston

Justin Wood, Galveston

Miguel Yanes, Galveston

Trevor Graham, Hico

Kari Bey, Hitchcock

Valeriia Chukhnenko, Hitchcock

Tracey Johnfroe, Hitchcock

Kristen Alfrey, Houston

Juanita Cantu, Houston

Reah Kelly, Houston

Jordyn Peck, Houston

Ricardo Rivera, Houston

Sylvia Rodriguez, Houston

Steven Yancey, Houston

Nicole Farnham, Kemah

Jason Brown, La Marque

Michele Garza, La Marque

Christian Rodriguez, La Marque

Katelyn Buechter, Lake Jackson

Nicholas Callies, League City

Miranda Fowler, League City

Keith Grumbles, League City

Jaime Lopez, League City

Christina Trevino, League City

Grace Hamilton, Nederland

Cora Harrington, Orange

Sarah Filip, Palacios

Brenna Nguyen, Port Arthur

Brittney Buchanan, Richardson

John Erfe, Richmond

Joshua Graham, San Leon

Mackenzie Dobbs, Santa Fe

Brent Black, Seabrook

Hailey Smith, Spring Branch

Michelle De Salvo, Texas City

Shona Gastian, Texas City

Kyle Griffin, Texas City

Victoran Johnson, Texas City

Tyrone Melanson, Texas City

Hunter Green, Vidor


Brianna Vantrojen, Bremerton

Vice President’s List


Brandi Garza, Alvin

Yeslin Rivas, Bacliff

Mikaela Clark, Beaumont

Yanet Vargas-Rojas, Dallas

Jordan Rasmussen, Dayton

Sarah Jones, De Berry

Abigail Forrest, Dickinson

Jacob Allen, Galveston

Chantelle Anderson, Galveston

Gabriela Bailon, Galveston

Savanna Benjey, Galveston

Michael Brown, Galveston

Jakolby Bryant, Galveston

Ty Burchfield, Galveston

Alexandria Carattini, Galveston

Yaquelin Caro, Galveston

Zeyla Carranza, Galveston

Annmarie Castro, Galveston

Benjamin Coulson, Galveston

Shelby Daues, Galveston

Norman Dorise, Galveston

Jennifer Escalante, Prieto Galveston

Ulises Garcia, Galveston

Kelsey Gaspard, Galveston

Zoe George, Galveston

Natalie Henson, Galveston

Adan Hernandez, Galveston

Cristal Hernandez, Galveston

Brillist Herrera, Galveston

Tobi Holthusen, Galveston

Gabrielle Hosler, Galveston

William Hosler, Galveston

Rawand Hudaifa, Galveston

Ginger Jackson, Galveston

Paula Jackson, Galveston

Noah Jansen, Galveston

James Jobe, Galveston

Aaron Jones, Galveston

Wai Kaung, Galveston

Alexis Lapoint, Galveston

Juan Lara Del Cid, Galveston

Gabriella Lopez, Galveston

Andrea Lopez-Trejo, Galveston

Noemi Mata, Galveston

Andrew Medina, Galveston

Kaylyn Monnell, Galveston

Delaney Murphy, Galveston

Connor Murphy Mauldin, Galveston

Sierra Newell, Galveston

Kayla Olguin, Galveston

Patricia Phol, Galveston

Iliana Pittman, Galveston

Regina Roach, Galveston

Mikaela Rule, Galveston

Jessica Sanchez, Galveston

Cade Sattelmaier, Galveston

Caitlyn Savage, Galveston

Dazjah Shannon, Galveston

Tiffany Sherman, Galveston

Kenneth Simpson, Galveston

Carlisha Sinegaure, Galveston

Alicia Villarreal, Galveston

Marterell Benamon, Garland

Nathaniel Jackson, High Island

Elizabeth Miracle, High Island

Alondra Saucedo, Hitchcock

Jovaunia Smith, Hitchcock

Robert Berger, Houston

Cori Icenhower, Houston

Kenton Taylor, Houston

Stephen Amy, Jamaica Beach

Tanner Evans, Kingwood

Laura Guerrero, La Marque

James Pace, La Marque

Yvonne Shaw, La Marque

Kelsey Bollinger, Lake Jackson

Cindy Bonilla Banegas, League City

Brannen Jones, League City

Corey Lanier, League City

Celene Nunez, League City

Makinzie Romrell, League City

T’yuana Sanders, League City

Kayleigh Deakle, Mont Belvieu

Michael Boyett, Newton

Michael Lee, Orange

Brandi Smith, Pearland

Ashley Honeycutt, Santa Fe

Dylan Whitehurst, Santa Fe

Tamikia Clemons, Texas City

Jeraud Samuels, Texas City

Avery Feagin, Tiki Island

Justin Gentry, West

Dean’s List


Krysten Hurick, Abilene

Angelica Rios, Alvin

Eric Alvarado, Bulverde

Aleka Xayaseng, Call

Zachary Young, Deer Park

Melody Boatman, Dickinson

Lindsay Castro, Dickinson

April Reyes, Dickinson

Jessica Reyes, Dickinson

Josey Rolland, Dickinson

Delaini Daughenbaugh, Flower Mound

Bryan Klemme, Friendswood

Ashley Silvas, Fulshear

Roxana Arrazola, Galveston

Eden Atkinson, Galveston

Chana Baggett, Galveston

Melody Benavides Carreon, Galveston

Richard Beverlin, Galveston

Wyatt Bomberger, Galveston

Stannesha Davis, Galveston

Jacob Flores, Galveston

Ludwika Franco, Galveston

Jonathan Gomez, Galveston

Macy Gutierrez, Galveston

Nieasha Hayes, Galveston

Glenda Hernandez, Galveston

Jose Hernandez, Galveston

Bernardino Hernandez, Estrada Galveston

Brandon Jackson, Galveston

Diya Jaison, Galveston

Cody Jones, Galveston

Kristopher Kuenning, Galveston

Abigail Larios, Galveston

Rosa Marsh, Galveston

Bruno Martinez, Galveston

Roxana Martinez, Galveston

Ramon Martinez-Rodriguez, Galveston

Cecille Maxey, Galveston

William McQuitty, Galveston

Branden Medina, Galveston

Daniela Miskowic-Fajardo, Galveston

Franche Moore, Galveston

Maviridiana Morales, Galveston

Coby Moseley, Galveston

Jamarkis Nwadiei, Galveston

Marco Paessler, Galveston

Isabel Peralta, Galveston

Tyrell Randle, Galveston

James Rodgers, Galveston

Christine Romero, Galveston

Melody Rumion, Galveston

Kimberly Sanchez, Galveston

Ramius Sanchez, Galveston

Andre Sellers, Galveston

Eric Silva, Galveston

Cristina Simon, Galveston

Vividiana Solis, Galveston

Amanda Thomas, Galveston

Jessica Thornton, Galveston

Patrick Unbehagen, Galveston

Gianna Viggiano, Galveston

Jasmian Walker, Galveston

Megan Ward, Galveston

Robert Ward, Galveston

Madison Westhause, Galveston

Sparkle White, Galveston

Brandon Worthen, Galveston

Tailey Wright, Galveston

Macey Impson, Hemphill

Brittney Borden, High Island

Lindsay Miracle, High Island

Destiny Barrientos, Hitchcock

Daniel Bourque, Houston

April Espinoza, Houston

Kiyona Mack, Houston

Sugey Bautista Pacheco, La Marque

Sylvia Perales-Lee, La Marque

Saylaion Dunlap, Lake Jackson

Willis Coleman, League City

Ty Luper, League City

Erik Norred, League City

Danee Plante, League City

Liz Waweru, League City

Brittney Wingate, League City

Odette Lopez, Lufkin

Abby Anderson, Orange

Rachel Andrews, Pasadena

Brandon Trevino, Pasadena

Lea Siltberg, Pflugerville

Leslie Fonseca, Port Arthur

Vincent Havens, Port Bolivar

Cali Sundseth, Port Bolivar

Michael Tovar, Port Bolivar

Koby Dutka, Richmond

James Shaver, Santa Fe

Jean Sheppard, Santa Fe

Vanessa Stilwell, Santa Fe

Sydnye Cromwell, Spring

Jenny Liu, Sugar Land

Briana Carter, Texas City

Katina Frank, Texas City

Bethany Maness, Texas City

Andres Ramos, Texas City

Citlalli Ramos, Texas City

Alexis Vela, Texas City

Raylene Zaragoza, Texas City


Chaesten Chon, Pearl City


Chesni Jones, Sulphur