Second Baptist School Magazine: From Injury to Prevention
SPORTS HAVE ALWAYS BEENA PART OF SECOND BAPTIST SCHOOL'S STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING COACH NICK MASCIOLI'S LIFE. Along the way, Mascioli experienced a few injuries, which ended up spurring his interest in strength and conditioning and injury prevention. Over the years, Mascioli's perspective of what it means to be a "strength coach" has changed. "That's where my job at Second Baptist School truly fulfills my passion asa strength and conditioning coach. Although I have had opportunities to train in previous settings, Second Baptist has created this platform better than any other place I have been, and that is what drew me to this school.
Second Baptist School Magazine Feature: Let's Have Some Fun
JENNY MURDOCK LOOKS BACK ON HER LIFE SPENT ON THE GOLF COURSE AS SHE EMBARKS ON HER COACHING CAREER AT SECOND BAPTIST SCHOOL WITH AN INTERESTING PERSPECTIVE. She led her team to a state title as a senior and won every tournament she played that year. "He'd work hard all day, while I was going to Hawaii to play a golf tournament. Mark and Drew played multiple sports at Stratford High School and Turner will be a freshman at Second Baptist School. Some don't love tournament golf and posting a score at the end of their round.
Second Baptist School Magazine Feature: Staying Connected
AS MIKE WALKER STOOD ON THE SIDE OF THE FIELD WATCHING THE SECOND BAPTIST SCHOOL JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM FACE OFF AGAINST KINKAID, A THOUGHT CROSSED HIS MIND. As the Director of Athletics for Second Baptist School, Walker, like many, had to quickly pivot his athletic department from in-person, on-campus teaching to being fully online. "I evaluated where we are, mapped out where we need to be and talked through these strategies with coaches," Walker said. "I am really excited about the future of SBS Athletics. The SBS athletics department worked hard to stay connected with each other and their student athletes during the worldwide pandemic, and it looks like their efforts paid off.
Second Baptist School Magazine FEATURE: Winning the Fight
IT IS A MOMENT THAT SECOND BAPTIST SCHOOL MENS BASKETBALL COACH KEVIN MOUTON COULDN' T COMPARE TO ANYTHING HE'S ACCOMPLISHED IN HIS MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF COACHING. I had [SecondBaptist AD Mike Walker] there, teachers from Second Baptist, friends. Mouton is in the midst of his ninth season coaching basketball at Second Baptist School. Throughout the process, Mouton had his family supporting him, and his Second Baptist School family stepped up big by giving him rides to chemo and radiation treatments and even cooking meals. On this Monday afternoon, Kevin walked into the secondary gym at Second Baptist School.
Second Baptist School Magazine Feature: Iron Sharpens Iron
The recent University of Northwestern at St. Paul graduate who was engaged when arriving was named the head baseball coach at Second Baptist School and on the staff for the first football season. He was a former professional baseball player reaching Triple-A within the Houston Astros organization and a former college baseball coach. He was then hired by Wayne Graham at Rice University for three years before going back to UH in 1994 as the head baseball coach until 2010. Being able to come to this environment, being able to teach little kids and coaching high school baseball, it's outstanding." "He came here as an assistant coach and served in that role before being a head coach for SBS.
Second Baptist School Magazine Feature: Win Today
Emily Blackmon Photo by Bradley Collier of VYPE MediaThe run to a second straight TAPPS Final Four has put Second Baptist School on the map when it comes to women's basketball. During Herndon's emotional post-game speech, he and other coaches touched on the fact of the young girls at Second Baptist School looking up to them. As the seniors walk away, their goal is that what they have done and the example they have been to every young girl at Second Baptist School pays off years down the road for the program. "We want Second Baptist School to be a girls' basketball powerhouse," Ryan said. I hope they keep sticking with basketball because Second Baptist is about to be a girls' basketball powerhouse for good."
Second Baptist School Magazine Feature: What a Winter
The 2019-2020 version of the Second Baptist School women's basketball team won't soon be forgotten. Leyla Ertan '21, Kaitlyn Kollmorgen '20 and Victoria Ryan '20 were first-team picks, while Emily Blackmon '20 was named second team. Alyssa Elias '20 and Caroline Torn '20 earned honorable mention nods. "The men's basketball program at Second Baptist School was young and hungry. Cameron Kelley '22 and Helena Platis '22 earned second-team honors and Julia Sauvageau got an honorable mention nod.
Second Baptist Magazine Feature: Pom-Pom Power
THE SECOND BAPTIST SCHOOL CHEER TEAM HAS A LONG TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE. The varsity team finished eighth overall in the traditional large squad category at the TAPPS State Cheer competition. Lindsay Bell Photo by Bradley Collier of VYPE Media"I am beyond proud of these ladies," Spence said. For the Division I Traditional Large Squads, Lindsay Bell ('20) made the first team; Kendall Pennington ('20), McKenna Rodriguez ('20) made second team and Emma Gunn ('21) and MayaLee Dobson ('21) were honorable mentions. Pennington, Bell, Rodriguez, Avery Harder ('21), Emma Bingaman ('20) and Maia Bradford ('20) were named Academic All-State as well.
Second Baptist Magazine Feature: Feeling Golden
The Second Baptist School dance team took second overall at the TAPPS Division I 5A Varsity Small Squad State Championships this year. The Golden Girls officers scored Superior in their Small Ensemble performance as well. Kate Binau Photo by Bradley Collier of VYPE MediaLeading this remarkable dance team at Second Baptist School is Coach Madelyn Whitehead. Director of Athletics Mike Walker says this of Coach Whitehead, "She does a fabulous job as coach of the Golden Girls. After every single football game, the Golden Girls can be seen walking the bleachers picking up trash and throwing it away.
What's Inside: Second Baptist School Year In Review Magazine 2019-2020
It was quite a year at the Second Baptist School! The football team made the state semifinals, the women's basketball team reached the state championship game, the swim teams showed out at state and the list goes on and on. This 40-page magazine fully encapsulates the 2019-2020 athletic seasons, including honoring the spring sports athletes, who couldn't finish their campaigns. There are amazing features inside this magazine, including one about men's basketball coach Kevin Mouton who opened up about his battle against cancer and the rise of the baseball program. There are tons of amazing photos that were taken at the three Second Baptist School Media Days throughout the 2019-2020 seasons.
VYPE AWARDS 2020: To the victors go the spoils in private school football
It is awards season here at VYPE! We welcome you to the Countdown to the 2020 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Over the next two weeks we will be unveiling the finalists for the player of the year awards. The Rice-signee had 55 catches for 1,052 yards and 14 touchdowns, a rushing touchdown and two kickoff return touchdowns. He was named the TD Club Offensive Player of the Year for Private Schools and will play at Trinity University.
VYPE AWARDS: The Village School flexed on TAPPS girls hoops
We welcome you to the Countdown to the 2020 VYPE Awards presented by Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Team and Coach of the Year Awards will be announced LIVE on VYPE Awards on May 31. PLAYER OF THE YEAR NOMINEE -- Jada Malone, The Village SchoolJada Malone dominated in the paint for The Village School en route to a state title. Houston Methodist offers comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and rehabilitative services with a high standard of excellence for elite athletes, active adults and student athletes. Houston Methodist serves as the official health care provider for the Houston Texans, Houston Astros, Rice Athletics, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony and Houston Grand Opera.