Second Baptist School Soccer, Swimming, Basketball earn postseason awards
The winter sports teams at Second Baptist School had their fair share of success for the 2019-2020 season.
The top performances came from the women's soccer team reaching the second round of the TAPPS Division II playoffs and the men's swim team taking third at the TAPPS Division II State Meet.
Due to their performances, Second Baptist School athletes were honored on all-district and all-state teams recently.
The men's basketball program had four picks for the all-district team. Dominic Cestero and Johnathan Gooden earned second-team honors, while Jackson Krueger '23 and Elijah Mouton '22 were honorable mentions.
"The men's basketball program at Second Baptist School was young and hungry, we are so proud of all they accomplished," Second Baptist School Director of Athletics Mike Walker said. "Having so many young players recognized by our district is a true honor. I can't wait to see what this group sets out to accomplish in the years to come."
For the men's soccer team, Schuyler Clark '22, Riley Good '22 and Kevin Menendez '20 were honorable mention selections to the all-district team.
On the women's soccer team, Carly Berkman '22, Sarah Flynn '20, Alexis Gill '22, Naomi Konuma '22 and Kendall Pennington '20 were first-team, all-district picks. Cameron Kelley '22 and Helena Platis '22 earned second-team honors and Julia Sauvageau got an honorable mention nod.
TAPPS named four of the Eagles soccer stars as all-state. Berkman and Konuma earned second-team nods, while Pennington and Gill were honorable mentions.
On the men's swim team Ryan Calderon '20, Spencer Locascio '21, Michael Towne '20 and Brandon Young '22 were all named second-team all-state. Grant Mueller '20 earned an honorable mention nod.Finally, for the winter sports Calderon (Swim), Mueller (Swim), Pennington (Soccer), Blackmon (Basketball), Ertan (Basketball), Flynn (Soccer), Kollmorgen (Basketball), Savannah Neal '21 (Swim), Claire Tidmore '21(Swim), Chloe Tondera '20 (Swim) and Jefferson Trammell '21 (Swim) all earned academic all-state honors.