What a night it was as the VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine were held virtually on Sunday.
A special part of the show was a celebration of the Class of 2020! VYPE reached out to a number of people to help us honor the seniors during this especially tough year.
VYPE surprised everyone watching the show with senior shoutouts from ESPN 97.5's John Granato, Strake Jesuit alum Matthew Boling, Second Baptist School Athletic Director Mike Walker, Frassati Catholic Athletic Director Chris Meredith, John Cooper School Athletic Director John Hoye, Astros broadcaster Steve Sparks, Houston Astros legends and Hall of Famers Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell, Cy-Fair ISD Athletic Director Ray Zepeda, 93Q's Tim Tuttle, Mix 96.5's Sarah Pepper, Fox Sports Southwest's Ric Renner and VYPE Media CEO Shane Hildreth.
Seniors this is for you! Enjoy.
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SBS Athletic Director Mike Walker talks with Andy, Jared Pettitte & Robert, Zach Heaton about baseball, faith & family
Second Baptist School Athletic Director, Mike Walker, catches up with 5-time World Series Champion Andy Pettitte and his son Jared who is a Division I pitcher at Dallas Baptist University.
Also joining the call was SBS Asst. Athletic Director, Robert Heaton and his son Zach, who also is a Division I pitcher at DBU.
Watch the entire conversation below.