Congratulations One Act Play
for ranking 1st and advancing to the
Awards are as follows:
Naomi Garay - Honorable Mention All Star Cast
Juan Reyna - Honorable Mention All Star Cast
Nichole Banch - All Star Cast
Antonio Escobedo - All Star Cast
Valerie Salas - All Star Cast
Congratulations Boys Powerlifting Team
on bring home the
3rd Place Team Trophy from the
State of Texas High School Powerlifting Championships!
Amazing Job Guys!
Rudy Flores is the State Champion!
Rudy won his second consecutive State Championship in the Super Heavyweight Class. He also broke several records with his 900 lbs. squat, 600 lb. bench press and a 675 lbs. deadlift. His combined total of 2,175 lbs. also earned him the State record. At the State meet, he was also awarded Outstanding Squat Award, Outstanding Bench Award and earned the Best Overall "Pound for Pound" lifter Award.
Jonathan Peña is the State Champion!
Defending his 2014 State Power Lifting Championship, Jonathan won the State Title in the 148 lb Weight Class. He performed a 540 lbs. Squat, a 335 lb. Bench Press and a 505 Deadlift to get a personal best of 1,385 lbs.
Carlos Sanchez III is 3rd in State!
Carlos won the 3rd place medal in the 275 lb Weight Class in Power Lifting. Carlos out performed his previous squat by 100 lbs. by squatting 750 lbs. He also Bench Pressed 395 lbs. & had a 630 lbs. Deadlift.
USHS presents Guest Speaker
Ms. Alicia Valdez
In Honor of Women's History Month!
Ms. Valdez, a retired educator and lifelong learner, spoke to Juniors & Seniors.
USHS Winterguard are
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Congratulations on your undefeated season!
USHS Girls Power Lifting Place 13th in State!
All girls placed within the TOP 10 of their weight Class!
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2014-2015 Dress Code Update
Attention Parents of United South High School
Regarding Acceptable Outerwear