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TCC Board of Trustees to Meet December 14

Supporting materials for the Board meeting will be provided on the Board Meetings Web page. Once the meeting has begun, streaming video of the proceedings will also be available.

Take notice that a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tarrant County College District will be held in the District Offices, 1500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, commencing at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 14, 2017, to consider and act on the following Agenda:

Agenda

Call to Order
Public Comment. (No presentation shall exceed three minutes.)
Board Action Items and Board Business

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TCC Board of Trustees to Meet December 7

Supporting materials for the Board meeting will be provided on the Board Meetings Web page. Once the meeting has begun, streaming video of the proceedings will also be available.

Take notice that a Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tarrant County College District will be held in the District Offices, 1500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, commencing at 2 p.m. on Thursday, December 7, 2017, to consider and act on the following Agenda:

Agenda

Call to Order
Closed Session:

Consultation with Attorney, Section 551.071, Texas Government Code. For purposes of

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Meet the Council: Council Holiday Open House

Bring your families and meet Southlake City Council and their families at the Mayor’s office in Town Hall on Monday, December 18 at 5:30 PM.

Join Southlake City Council and their families in Town Hall overlooking Town Square and the beautiful lights. Bring your whole family and take pictures from the 4th floor balcony. Meet your City Council, see the lights and enjoy hot chocolate and sweet treats for the whole family!

 

 

Council Holiday Open House Flyer

For more information, please contact the Southlake City Secretary’s office at (817) 748-8016.

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Dragon Cross Country Makes the Podium in State Meet.

This past weekend in Round Rock, both the Carroll Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams competed in the UIL State Meet.  While it wasn’t the best weather for running, the Dragons performed well across the board.

The Carroll Boys team placed second and the Carroll Girls placed third. These finishes continue to add to the successful history of the Carrol Cross Country Program.

For the Carroll boy’s team, this second place finish continues their current streak of finishing first or second place which dates back to 2010 and for the Carroll Girl’s program, their streak of making a top three finish at state is extended to an impressive 18 straight years.

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on their individual and team finishes:

Varsity Boys 5K (94 pts.)- 2nd place:
13th place – Jack Myers- 15:33.31
14th place – Jackson Felkins- 15:36.21
16th place – Juan Arcila- 15:39.14
23rd place – Connor Rutledge- 15:44.43
28th place – Enzo Mortimer- 15:52.31
41st place – Vishnu Nair- 16:09.69
82nd place- Drew Bliss- 16:46.30

Varsity Girls 5K (130 pts.)- 3rd place:
17th place- Sofia Santamaria- 18:26.91
26th place(16 pts.)- Sarah McCabe- 18:40.40
27th place(19 pts.)- Cate Tracht- 18:42.60
29th place- Angie Riera- 18:43.30
31st place- Kate Reppeto- 18:47.80
43rd place- Lauren Esparza- 19:13.10
61st place- Cristina Canal- 19:40.50

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TCC Board of Trustees to Meet November 14

Supporting materials for the Board meeting will be provided on the Board Meetings Web page. Once the meeting has begun, streaming video of the proceedings will also be available.

Take notice that a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tarrant County College District will be held in the District Offices, 1500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, commencing at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, to consider and act on the following Agenda:

Agenda

Call to Order
Public Comment. (No presentation shall exceed three minutes.)
Board Action Items and Board Business

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Dragon Swimmers Compete in Belton Super Quad Meet

The Dragon Swim Teams were in action this past Saturday at the 3rd Annual Belton Super Quad Swim Meet.

This meet pits two of the Top Austin Swim Programs along with Belton HS, (as the centrally located host), against Southlake Carroll one of the Top Programs from the DFW area, in an early-season swimming match. Austin Westlake finished 2nd at the UIL 6A State Swim/Dive Championships last year in both Boys and Girls. Austin Vandergrift’s recently moved up to 6A after being crowned as the 5A State Champions just a couple of years ago.

The Dragons finished undefeated this particular day, with three team wins for the Girls and three team wins for the Boys. It was a nice Team effort by all of our swimmers, while under a strong and heavy training load, looking to other important invitational meets coming up in one or two weeks. Dragon Team depth carried the day.

Team Scores:
Girls
SOCA 160
Austin Vandergrift 126

SOCA 210
Belton 76

SOCA 144
Austin Westlake 142

Boys
SOCA 187
Austin Vandergrift 99

SOCA 224
Belton 62

SOCA 184
Austin Westlake 102

Top 3 relay finishes for the Dragons included: 
1st 200 med relay 1:37.61 – Jack VandeBerg, Logan Davis, Jack LeVant and Logan Henry
1st 200 free relay 1:29.64 – Logan Davis, Logan Henry, Landon Jensen and Kevin Repice
1st 400 free relay 3:13.14 – Landon Jensen, Kevin Repice, Chris Lindley and Jack LeVant
2nd 200 med relay 1:52.46  -Corbyn Cormack, Rachel Luevit, Anya Ittiruck and Spencer Dockal
3rd 200 free relay 1:42.28  – Spencer Dockal, Amelia Rusli, Rachel Luevit and Sydney Balint
3rd 400 free relay 3:44.84 – Amelia Rusli, Sydney Balint, Corbyn Cormack and Madelynn Tung

Top 3 individual finishes for the Dragons included:
1st –  Jack LeVant 100 fly 49.27 season best
1st – Landon Jensen 100 free 47.61 season best
1st – Jack LeVant 100 back 50.38 season best
1st – Corbyn Cormack 100 breast 1:07.54 season best
1st – Logan Davis 100 breast 1:00.21 season best
2nd – Kevin Repice 200 free 1:45.11 season best
2nd – Chris Lindley 200 IM 2:02.10 season best
2nd – Logan Davis 50 free 22.27 season best
2nd – Corbyn Cormack 200 IM 2:10.71
2nd – Chris Lindley 500 free 4:43.44 season best
3rd – Landon Jensen 200 free 1:45.28 season best
3rd – Madelynn Tung 200 IM 2:15.58 season best
3rd – Ashley Woods 200 free 2:01.47 season best
3rd – Logan Henry 50 free 22.99
3rd – Anya Ittiruck 100 fly 59.59
3rd – Amelia Rusli 100 free 55.14
3rd – Kevin Repice 100 free 49.44
3rd – Ashley Woods 500 free 5:18.54 season best
3rd – Mason Kelber 500 free 4:51.62 season best
3rd – Jack VandeBerg 55.84 season best
3rd – Jaykob Williams 100 breast 1:04.93 season best

Quite a few of the Dragon Swimmers accomplished a personal best during this meet, which is a big accomplishment this early in the season. Those athletes included:

Mason Kelber – 200 free 1:49.52
Ben Ta  – 200 IM 2:25.08
Katherine Deneault –  50 free 26.89 and 100 free 59.05
Nicholas Swafford – 50 free 24.23 and 100 free 53.03
Alejandro Lecumberri – 100 free 54.93
Emily Cundiff – 500 free 5:30.03
Rachel Boeck – 500 free 5:30.32
Juliana Adami – 100 fly 1:01.97
Jacob Ross – 100 fly 59.77 and 100 breast 1:09.34

80 Dragon Swimmers will compete this coming Saturday at the Mansfield Non-TISCA Meet and another 50 additional Dragon swimmers and 10 Dragon Divers will compete Nov 17-18 at the Lonestar TISCA Meet in Mansfield against many of the Top HS Swim/Dive Teams in north and central Texas.

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Carroll Cross Country Qualifies for State Meet

The Carroll Girls and Boys Cross Country teams advanced to the State Championship race after placing 3rd in the boys race and 2nd in the girls race. For the 8th consecutive year, the boy’s team has earned a state meet bid, and for the 21st consecutive year, the Lady Dragons earned a spot in the championship state race. Despite the tough 3-mile course at Mae Simmons Park, known for its steep hills and tight turns, the Dragon runners came out strong and persevered.

Head Coach Justin Leonard said, “We are excited about our performance today. Our goal today was to punch our ticket for the state meet and we did that. We are now focused on our main goal and that is to be at our best on November 4th. We would also like to thank the parents of our athletes, school, and community for all of your continued support throughout our season.”

Juan Arcila led the boys’ team placing 15th overall with a time of 15:23. Jack Myers was next coming in 29th place, Connor Rutledge came in right behind in 30th, followed directly by Enzo Mortimer in 31st and Drew Bliss finished out the scoring positions in 35th place. Vishnu Nair (46th) and Jackson Felkins (53) also competed. Along with the Dragon boys’ team (scoring 126 points), El Paso Eastwood (taking 1st with 55 points), Flower Mound (taking 2nd with 76 points) and Wylie High (in 4th with 158 points) will all advance to the Championship State Meet.

Leading for the Lady Dragons was Cate Tracht placing 13th overall with a time of 17:57. Sofia Santamaria crossed the line right behind in 14th, followed directly by Sarah McCabe in 15th. Next to finish was Angie Riera in 30th, with Kate Reppeto in 35th to complete the scoring runners. Cristina Canal (61st) and Lauren Esparza (66th) also competed. The girls’ team (placing 2nd with 67 points) is moving to the state meet along with Keller (placing 1st with 28 points), Flower Mound (in 3rd with 73 points), and Lewisville Hebron (in 4th with 106 points).

Girls                                                                           Boys
13th – Cate Tracht 17:57                                           15th – Juan Arcila 15:23
14th – Sofia Santamaria 17:57                                  29th – Jack Myers 15:40
15th – Sarah McCabe 17:59                                     30th – Connor Rutledge 15:41
30th – Angie Riera 18:24                                         31st – Enzo Mortimer 15:42
35th – Kate Reppeto 18:30                                      35th – Drew Bliss 15:45
61st – Cristina Canal 19:11                                         46th – Vishnu Nair 15:54
66th — Lauren Esparza 19:19                                   53rd – Jackson Felkins 16:02

The Southlake Carroll Cross Country Varsity teams will compete on Saturday, November 4th at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, TX in the State Meet.

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Swimming and Diving Take First Dual Team Meet

The Dragon Swimmers and Divers opened their home dual meet season with wins over Flower Mound last night at the Carroll Aquatic Center. Flower Mound was the District 5-6A runners-up to Southlake Carroll in both boys and girls from last year, so this meet matched two very strong programs against each other.

Team Scores:

Girls
Southlake Carroll 218
Flower Mound 96

Boys
Southlake Carroll 213
Flower Mound 92

Top 3 relay finishes for the Dragons included:

1st 200 med relay 1:53.60 with Corbyn Cormack, Rachel Luevit, Anya Ittiruck and Spencer Dockal
1st 200 med relay 1:39.91 with Kevin Repice, Logan Davis, Ryan Perham and Landon Jensen
1st 200 free relay 1:42.68 with Spencer Dockal, Natalie Whalen, Amelia Rusli and Kit Kat Zenick
1st 200 free relay 1:26.89 with Jack LeVant, Alex Zettle, Landon Armstrong and Logan Davis
1st 400 free relay 3:42.44 with Natalie Whalen, Kit Kat Zenick, Amelia Rusli and Sydney Balint
1st 400 free relay 3:14.74 with Landon Armstrong, Chris Lindley, Landon Jensen and Jack LeVant
***The Dragon Girls and Dragon Boys swept 1st place all six relays

2nd 200 free relay 1:45.83 with Sydney Balint, Rachel Luevit, Ashley Zettle and Alden Sadler
2nd 400 free relay 3:24.50 with Kevin Repice, Jaykob Williams, Logan Henry and Alex Zettle

3rd 200 med relay 1:42.52 with Jack VandeBerg, Jaykob Williams, Logan Henry and Garrett Kuketz
3rd 200 free relay 1:34.71 with Garrett Kuketz, Ryan Perham, Chris Lindley and Matt Hahn
3rd 400 free relay 3:47.86 with Ashley Zettle, Morgan Chocholek, Corbyn Cormack and Madelynn Tung
3rd 200 med relay 1:57.09 with Ashlee Shepherd, Lillian Suma, Morgan Chocholek and Alden Sadler

Top 3 individual finishes for the Dragons included:

1st Hailey Hernandez diving 297.60
1st Jackson Miller diving 240.25
1st Corbyn Cormack 200 IM 2:10.05
1st Alex Zettle 200 free 1:44.14
1st Natalie Whalen 200 free 1:54.91
1st Kit Kat Zenick 100 back 59.82
1st Kevin Repice 100 back 55.10
1st Landon Armstrong 50 free 22.02
1st Spencer Dockal 50 free 25.87
1st Natalie Whalen 100 fly 58.08
1st Logan Davis 100 fly 52.53
1st Amelia Rusli 100 free 54.92
1st Landon Jensen 100 free 48.44
1st Alex Zettle 500 free 4:41.40
1st Corbyn Cormack 100 breast 1:08.02
1st Logan Davis 100 breast 1:01.15
***The Dragon Boys and Girls each won 8 of 9 individual events

2nd Bridget O’Neil diving 285.20
2nd CJ Durant diving 214.95
2nd Amelia Rusli 200 free 1:58.88
2nd Kevin Repice 200 free 1:47.45
2nd Jaykob Williams 200 IM 2:02.75
2nd Morgan Chocholek 50 free 26.34
2nd Landon Jensen 50 free 22.80
2nd Anya Ittiruck 100 fly 59.35
2nd Jack VandeBerg 100 fly 56.36
2nd Landon Armstong 100 free 48.58
2nd Ashley Zettle 500 free 5:16.51
2nd Rachel Luevit 100 breast 1:10.53
2nd Chris Lindley 500 free 4:50.79

3rd Philip Kleiman diving 192.25
3rd Ashley Zettle 200 free 1:59.28
3rd Mason Kelber 200 free 1:52.88
3rd Kit Kat Zenick 200 IM 2:14.05
3rd Chris Lindley 200 IM 2:04.81
3rd Rachel Luevit 100 fly 1:00.46
3rd Logan Henry 100 fly 56.79
3rd Sydney Balint 100 free 57.17
3rd Ashley Woods 500 free 5:22.41
3rd Jaykob Williams 500 free 4:59.16
3rd Jack VandeBerg 100 back 56.68
3rd Lillian Duma 100 breast 1:11.57
3rd Ethan Koh 100 breast 1:08.12

The Dragons swim next on November 4th in Belton.

 

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TCC Board of Trustees to Meet October 19

Supporting materials for the Board meeting will be provided on the Board Meetings Web page. Once the meeting has begun, streaming video of the proceedings will also be available.

Take notice that a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Tarrant County College District will be held in the District Offices, 1500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76102, commencing at 6 p.m. on Thursday, October 16, 2017, to consider and act on the following Agenda:

Agenda

Call to Order
Public Comment. (No presentation shall exceed three minutes.)
Board Action Items and Board Business

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Carroll Cross Country Excels at District Meet

It was a great weekend for the Carroll Cross Country teams. Both the Carroll Varsity Teams advanced to Regionals, and the JV teams took top honors at UIL 6A – District 5 Championship meet.

The Dragon Varsity Boys Team took 1st place while the Varsity Girls placed 3rd in this tremendously competitive UIL 6A – District 5 Meet, earning the Varsity teams a spot in the Regional meet in Lubbock. The Boys had a low score of just 36 points, placing 9 points ahead of the next team. The Girls race couldn’t have been any closer with the top three teams coming within just one point of each another. Both JV Teams dominated the field taking 1st place and showing the depth of the Carroll team. The top 3 schools in the varsity boys and girls divisions advance to the Regional meet in Lubbock on October 23rd.

Southlake Carroll Head Coach Justin Leonard said, “We knew coming into the district meet that it was going to be extremely competitive. Our goal is to qualify for the next meet and run our best on November 4th. Survive and advance. I’m extremely proud of the way our kids stepped up and ran — onto the next one.”

The Varsity Dragon Boys dominated their race with 4 of the runners placing in the top 10 and the team scoring only 36 points. Junior Jack Myers led the boys’ team taking 4th place with a time of 15:49. Jackson Felkins took 5th place running a 15:53, Juan Arcila came in 7th with 15:59, Connor Rutledge came in 9th with a time of 16:04 and Vishnu Nair finished out the scoring positions in 11th place running 16:10. Enzo Mortimer and Drew Bliss also competed, taking the 12th and 16th places respectively.

The Varsity Lady Dragons finished strong with Senior Cate Tracht leading the team and placing 2nd overall with a time of 18:01. Next to cross the line was Sofia Santamaria in 12th running an 18:47, followed by Kate Reppeto in 14th at 19:04, Sarah McCabe in 15th at 19:09 and Cristina Canal finishing the scoring positions coming in 18th at 19:14. Lauren Esparza and Angie Riera also competed for the Lady Dragon team, finishing 19th and 20th respectively.

JV Dragons Reign Supreme

The JV Dragon boys ran an impressive race taking 1st place with a very low score of 21 points and had 8 runners finishing in the top 10 overall. The team was led by Sophomore Nate Lannen finishing in 1st place overall, followed by Noah Castro in 2nd, Everett Kolto in 5th, Lucas Levant in 6th and rounding out the scoring positions was Antonio Florcruz in 7th. Duncan Brown (8th), Chase Fisher (9th), Oliver Arandia (10th), Tim McElaney (14th) and Nick Arriaza (16th) completed the top 10 spots for the Dragons.

The JV Lady Dragons showed how deep their talent goes by nabbing the top seven finishing positions overall and with a perfect score of 15, sweeping the race. Leading for the Lady Dragons was Sophomore Rima Toure taking 1st, followed by Grace Williamson in 2nd, Lydia Lo in 3rd, Shreya Veeravelli in 4th, and rounding out the scoring positions was Abigail McIlvain in 5th place. Payton Wichman (6th), Rachel Nguyen (7th), Katherine McElaney (9th), Jenna Holland (12th) and Alexa Karmis (14th) completed the top 10 positions for the Lady Dragons.

In two weeks, the Southlake Carroll Cross Country Varsity teams will compete at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock in the highly competitive Regional Meet.

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