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San Elizario High School Student-Athletes Soar on College Signing Day

San Elizario High School Student-Athletes Soar on College Signing Day

 

SAN ELIZARIO, TX – In San Elizario High School (SEHS), where excellence is not just a goal but a way of life, a new chapter unfolds as student-athletes take center stage on College Signing Day. SEHS student-athletes, renowned for six state cross-country and four state soccer championships, continue to shine with a balance of academics and skilled sports skills.

As the class of 2024 prepares to bid farewell to their high school career, the spotlight shines brightly on approximately nine exceptional students who have chosen to extend their athletic journey into the collegiate realm. These individuals, who have not only excelled in their chosen fields but also grown personally with unwavering dedication, grit, and determination, are a source of immense pride and inspiration.

Angel Maese and Alexandra Ordaz lead the charge, destined for New Mexico State University (NMSU), where they will continue to push the boundaries of excellence in Cross Country and Track and Field. Their journey, marked by countless early morning training sessions, grueling workouts, and unwavering commitment, serves as a testament to the indomitable spirit that runs through the veins of SEHS and inspires respect and admiration.

For Bryan Hernandez and Emiliano Medina, the road ahead takes them to Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU), where they will continue their pursuit of excellence in Cross-Country and Track and Field.

Meanwhile, Kylee Pardo is setting her sights on Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA), where her collegiate Cross-Country and Track and Field participation will proudly represent SEHS.

Dyanalise Holguin’s decision to continue her collegiate cheerleading journey in her hometown at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) speaks volumes about her dedication to her community and her sport. As a skilled tumbler, she has a passion for cheerleading and is poised to impact the UTEP cheerleading squad positively. Another future UTEP miner is Julian Guerra, who embarks on his journey as a freshman to continue his collegiate sports career in Cross Country and Track & Field.

In celebrating the diverse sporting talent nurtured within SEHS, Dyvette Trejo embarks on her collegiate journey at Ranger College (RC), where she will continue showcasing her soccer skills. Lastly, Maya Contreras sets her sights on New Mexico Junior College (NMJC), where her passion for basketball, a sport that adds to the rich diversity of our student-athletes, will continue to flourish. Principal Troy Enriquez states, “These young men and women represent the best of the San Elizario community. Not only have they shown their commitment in the classroom, but they have also excelled in the most competitive realm, UIL athletics.”

As these extraordinary individuals take their rightful place on the collegiate stage, they carry an entire community's hopes, dreams, and aspirations. Their journey, which is a testament to the transformative power of sport, also reflects the unwavering support and encouragement of the San Elizario community.