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Athletics
Junior High Sports Teams
Cross Country Girls
Cross Country Boys
The Poolville Junior High Boys finished the season as District 11-2A Champs at Wednesday's Meet in Lipan. Aiden Mansell finished with the Gold in 1st place. David Martinez finished 6th overall, and it was a quartet of Monarchs finishing in the top 15 to medal and seal the championship. Shaun Elliott placed 11th, Stetson Mansell was 12th, Fernando Menjivar came in 13th and Bobby Elliott finished 14th. Jaxon Berry rounded out the team placing 20th.

In the JH Girls Division, Emery Bryan was our lone medalist finishing 9th overall. Maritza Mendez was 22nd, Brylee Hensley-24th, Kylie Whitmire-31st, Makenzie Ray-32nd, Grae Gammill-43rd and Sarai Juantos was 45th.
Cross Country
Basketball
October 22: Girls won 47 to 9 / Boys won 61 to 15
 High School  Sports Teams
Varsity Girls Volleyball
Photo Courtesy of PISD
Area Round of playoffs will be played Tuesday, November 3 at 7:00PM at Glen Rose High School. Our opponent will be decided during the Bi-District round taking place this weekend between Hamilton and Bruceville-Eddy.
JV Team Photo To Be Along Soon
Photos Courtesy of PISD
Photos Courtesy of PISD
Poolville Athletes Sign Letters of Intent
December 1st - Sighning Day:  Five student athletes signed a letter of intent to play sports at the collegiate level! Brooklyn Hensley-Clarendon, Bentley Bryan-South Plains, Payton Jennjngs-Cisco, Henry Fierro and Lucy Ramirez-East Central University in Oklahoma.
Photos & Information Used With Permission From Poolville High School.
Brooklyn Hensley has been a 3 yr varsity volleyball player. Throughout her volleyball career as a Monarch she has served as team captain for the 2019 season and 2020 season. She is a 3x first team All District Player. 3x Academic All District. 3x All Parker County Player. Brooklyn was Poolville's Athlete of the Year for the 2019-2020 School Year. She is signing her letter of intent to play volleyball at Clarendon College.
Bentley Bryan has been a 3yr varsity volleyball player. Throughout her volleyball career as a Monarch she was Galveston O’Connell Tournament MVP, a 2x All Parker County Player , 3x Academic All District Player, 2019 Offensive Player of the Year, 2019 Poolville Volleyball MVP, and 2020 District 10 MVP. She is signing her letter of intent to play volleyball at Frank Phillips College.
Payton Jennings has been a 3 yr varsity volleyball player. Throughout her volleyball career she has received numerous all tournaments,2018 Newcomer of the Year, 2019 District MVP, 2020 First Team All District, 3x Academic All District and 3x All Parker County. She is signing her letter of intent to play volleyball at Cisco College.
Henry Fierro signed his letter of intent to run cross country for East Central Oklahoma today. Henry was the the 2A champion at the state meet last week rounding out his fourth consecutive trip to the state competition.

Lucy Ramirez signed her letter of intent to run cross country at East Central Oklahoma. Lucy was a top runner at the state meet last week.
Poolville Homecoming 2021
Eighth Grade Royalty
Prince Emery Bryan & Princess Aiden Mansell
Freshman Reps
Dylan Tovar & Madison Ray
Sophomore Reps
Gus Gammill & McKaylee Ray
Junior Reps
Gus Frizzell & Danika Escabedo
Senior Court
Tanner Hamlin & Alyssa Bonaventure
Senior Court
Juan Carlos Juantos & Lexi Heiser
Senior Court
Anthony Pesqueda & Lucy Ramirez
Homecoming King & Queen 2021

Tanner Hamlin & Lucy Ramirez