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Football District 26-4A

Lineman of the Year

Lance Hyder

All District Team

1st Team Offense

LeeAnthony Dawson

Jaylen Rose

Tarrel davidson

Deandre Wytaske

1st Team Defense

Dyquan Howard

Ashton Williams

Robert Satterwhite

Zae Giles

2nd Team Offense

Walter Stroup

Deandre Wytaske

Devin Allen

2nd Team Defense

Kendall Caro

Jose Arriaga

Juwan Smith

 

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Alexis Hyder committed to play basketball at the University of North Texas.

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The following are links to college athletic sites where former LBJ Jaguar athletes are now playing.  Hopefully, you can follow the collegiate athletic career of your favorite former Jaguars.

John Gormley

LBJ 2013

John Gormley (University of Chicago)  Freshman Wide Receiver for the Maroons.
Zac Graham

LBJ 2009

Zac Graham (St Edwards University) Basketball

Tierany Henderson

2011

Tierany Hernderson (Stephen F Austin University) basketball.  Was the District 26-4A MVP at LBJ High School in Austin where she led her team to the UIL State Finals ... Named the Dennis Johnson Memorial High School All-Star Game MVP ... Was selected to the All CenTex 2nd Team and was a McDonald's All American Nominee ... Also selected to the TABC 4A All-Region Team and All State Team ... Averaged better than 12 points and seven rebounds per game as a junior at Crockett High School in Austin before moving to LBJ High School for her senior season ... She was the 2008 newcomer of the year in District 17-4A and is ranked as the No. 53 player in the state by the Premier Basketball Report ... Career highs include 29 points, 19 rebounds and eight assists ... Was the 2007-08 and 2008-09 District MVP and was first-team all-district 08-09 ... Also was a multi-sport letterman in track 2007-11.

Alexis Hyder

2012

Alexis Hyder (University of North Texas) basketball.  Hyder, one of the most prolific scorers in the state, averaged over 35 points a game her senior season in district play and scored a school record 61 points against Lanier. She was named to the Austin American-Statesman's All-Central Texas girls basketball team as a first-team selection for three straight seasons. Hyder is a two-time District 26-4A MVP was a McDonalds All-American Nominee this season. She was a two-time first-team all-state selection and a three-time all-region pick by the TABC (Texas Association of Basketball Coaches). Her junior season she led her team to the Class 4A state championship game and was named to the all-tournament team. Hyder is a standout in the classroom as well as she ranks sixth in her senior class of 260 in addition to being an two-time All-Academic pick by the TABC.
 

Kerry Hyder

LBJ 2009

Kerry Hyder (Texas Tech University) Football, Red-Shirt Junior Defensive Tackle.

 

Three-star (Rivals.com, Scout.com) defensive end.  PrepStar All-Midlands Region ... No. 40 defensive end nationally, per Scout.com ... No. 52 defensive end nationally, according to Rivals.com ... tough, imposing presence ... good short area quickness and explodes to the ball ... Class 4A All-State second team ... possesses good size, athleticism and plays aggressive ... senior season was first at defensive end ... totaled over 100 tackles for the second-straight season ... had 153 tackles and five sacks as a junior and showed his athleticism with two interceptions ... clocked at 4.6 in the 40 ... also received offers from Utah, Toledo, Cincinnati, Iowa State, Minnesota and New Mexico.  Kerry was named Defensive Player of the Game vs. New Mexico, September 17, 2011.

Iheukwumere, Marvellous

LBJ 2010

Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia University) Track

High School (2006-2010) 

High School Bests: 
100- 11.77s
200- 24.32s
60- 7.76s
 
4-time State Qualifier,  4-time Regional Qualifier, 8-time Regional Champion, 12-time District Champion, 4-time Texas Relays Qualifier & Finalist,  4-time anchor of the 4x1 m relay, 3-time AAU Junior Olympics Qualifier & Finalist 
 
Freshman Year-  District and Regional Champion in the 4x200 m relay and State Qualifier in the 4x200 m relay. District Runner-Up in 100 m dash. Placed 4th overall in the 4x200 m relay at the 2007 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 9th overall in the 200 m dash at AAU Nationals in Kissimmee, Florida.
 
Sophomore Year-  District Champion in 100 m dash, and 4x100. Regional Champion in the 4x100 m relay. State Qualifier in  the 4x100 m dash. Finished 5th overall in the 4x1 m relay at the 2008 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. 
 
Junior Year- District Champion in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. Regional Champion in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. State Qualifier in 100 m dash and 4x100 m dash. Led LBJ Women's Track and Field Team to its first Team Regional Championship. Ran a Personal best of 11.77 seconds on March 7, 2009, ranked US High School # 1 at the time. Finished 6th overall in the 100 m dash at Texas Relays. Finished 5th overall in the 100 at the 2009 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 6th overall in the 4x1 at the 2009 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Finished 4th overall in the 100 m dash at the 2009  AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa. Finished 8th overall in the 200 m dash at the 2009 AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa. Ranked as top sprinter in Texas by ESPN Rise Magazine. 
 
Senior Year- District Champion in 100 m dash, 200 m dash, and 4x100 m relay. Regional Champion in the 100 m dash, 200 m dash. Set a regional meet record in the 200 m dash. Anchored LBJ to a top 20 national ranking in the 4x100 m relay (Texas Relays). Finished 6th overall in the 100 m dash at Texas Relays. Finished third overall in the 100 m dash, claiming a bronze medal at the 2010 UIL 4A Texas State Track Meet. Ranked as top sprinter in Texas by ESPN Rise Magazine. 
 
College Bests: 
60- 7.51s
200-23.54s 

 

6-time Ivy League Conference Champion
6-time 1st team All-Ivy Academic and Athletic Honors 
New Balance Armory Track and Field Women's College Athlete of the Year (2011-2012)
School record holder in the 60 m dash (7.51s)
NCAA D1 Regional Qualifier
Led team to first Conference Championship (2011-2012)
USTFCCCA Division I Track & Field All-Academic honors (Spring 2013- present)
(CoSIDA)/Capital One Academic All-District first team (Spring 2013- present)
 
Freshman year: Finished 2nd overall in the 200 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Finished 3rd overall in the 60 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Sidelined by  injury during the outdoor season. 

Sophomore year: Captured the 200 m dash title at Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Finished 2nd overall in the 60 m dash at the Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Set a school record in the 60 m dash (7.56s), and finished the indoor season ranked in the DI national top 100 performance list for the 200 m dash. Named New Balance Armory Track and Field Women's College Athlete of the Year for indoor performances. 
 
Junior year: Won the 60 m and 200 m dash at Indoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Reset the school record in the 60 m dash (7.51s). Set a school record in the 4x200 m at TX Relays. Won the 100 m dash, 200 m dash, and 4x1 m relay at the Outdoor Ivy League Conference Championships. Qualified for 1st round of NCAAs in the 200 m dash. Ranked in the DI national top 50 for the 200 m dash. 
 

Randon Knotts

LBJ 2013

Randon Knotts (Fresno State University) Named the MVP of District 26-4A by the Austin American Statesman in 2012 as a quarterback ... selected to the Statesman District 26-4A first-team offense as a utility player ... named to the All-Central Texas third-team by the Statesman as a utility player ... started senior season as a wide receiver before moving over to quarterback ... had over 1,000 all-purpose yards in 2012 ... team MVP as a senior ... selected to 2011 All-CenTex second-team as a wide receiver when he had 56 catches and 18 total touchdowns ... 2011 first-team 26-4A All-District first-team selection as wide receiver and second-team selection as a safety ... led team to a 6-4 record as a junior, a district championship and the bi-district playoffs ... returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown in 2011 ... named to 2010 26-4A All-District second-team as a sophomore ... was in the top eight percent of his high school class and won the academy student-athlete award two years in a row.

Kara McCormack

LBJ 2011

Kara McCormack (University of Miami)

Texas High School State Champion and record holder. High School All-American and High School Academic All-American.

 

 

 

Courtney Moore

LBJ 2008

Courtney Moore (Angelo State University) Football

Jeremy Moore

LBJ 2009

Jeremy Moore (Georgia Tech) Football, Wide Receiver
2011 (sophomore):
Played in three games as a back-up at wide receiver... saw action against Western Carolina, Middle Tennessee State and Kansas.

2010 (redshirt freshman):
Sat out the season while recovering from an August knee injury.

2009 (true freshman):
Redshirted.

High School
Lyndon B. Johnson High School... had 25 catches for 526 yards and five touchdowns as a senior... averaged 21.0 yards per catch... caught 18 passes and scored six TDs as a junior in 2007... named all-district as a junior... coached by Demo Odens and Claude Mathis... played three seasons of basketball and two seasons of track and field, and finished fifth in the state long jump... led football team to a district title as a senior, a bi-district crown as a junior and a district championship as a sophomore... named to the academic honor roll and won the fine art outstanding achievement award.

Personal:
Chose Tech because of the athletics, the choices of majors and the location... son of Anthony and Mary Moore... full name is Jeremy Lamont Moore... born Oct. 18, 1990 in Austin, Texas... a left-hander... has two siblings, Tiffany and Brandy... began playing Pop Warner football at age five... the first team he played for was called the East Austin Yellow Jackets... wore jersey No. 4 in high school because he idolized former Texas wide receiver Roy Williams... a management major.

 

Chris Robinson

LBJ 2009

Christopher Robinson (University of Houston) 5' 10", 222 lb. Linebacker

Morgan Simmons

2011

Morgan Simmons (Texas Southern University)

Lara Slesnick

LBJ 2010

Lara Slesnick (Texas A&M)

As a Freshman at A&M, was No. 4 on the team in the 1,000 free (9:53.66) and the 1,650 free (16:25.15), with both times from the Speedo Sectionals.

A 2010 graduate of Lyndon B. Johnson high school in Austin, Texas, Slesnick was four-year letter winner and was coached by Lee Willing...finished in the Top-8 in two events in each of her four years of high school, and finished third in the 200-yard individual medley and second in the 500-yard freestyle her senior year...holds the school records in the 500 free (4:58.09) and 500-yard butterfly (5:53.40)...also swam for the Texas Gold Swimming club team and was coached by Aubrey Knapper.

Devarus Wright

LBJ 2009

Texas Southern University - Track & Field ran the 800 Meters.  Devarus switched to the Javelin Throw as a redshirt senior for the 2013-1014 season.

 

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