EDUCATION

Immanuel students receive TBAC awards

By Messenger Staff | Published Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Several Immanuel Baptist Christian Academy students received awards at the Texas Baptist Athletic Conference (TBAC) Awards Ceremony in May in Fort Worth. TBAC is a league of Christian schools in the North Texas area that sponsors scholastic and athletic competitions throughout the school year. Points are accumulated by the students placing first through sixth in the various competitions. The top 10 boys and girls were presented scholastic and athletic medals for earning the highest number of points in four age divisions – grade school I (ages 5 to 8), grade school II (ages 9 to 11), middle school (ages 12 to 14) and high school (ages 15 to 18). Scholastic competitions included the Christian Skills Meet, the Music Festival and the Science, Skills and Scholastic Meet. Immanuel students receiving top 10 scholastic medals were:

  • Grade School I Boys – Jordan Davis, Travis Geeslin, Jes Slimp;
  • Grade School I Girls – Kylie Luman;
  • Grade School II Boys – Johnathan Brown, Johnathan Dickerson, Noah Flores;
  • Grade School II Girls – Aubrie Summers;
  • High School Girls – Rachel Brooks, Autumn Dickerson and Rebecca Flores.

Athletic competitions included tennis, bowling, miniature golf, basketball, golf, table tennis and volleyball tournaments and cross country and track meets. Immanuel students receiving top 10 athletic medals were:

  • Grade School I Girls – Kylie Luman;
  • Grade School II Boys – Johnathan Brown, Johnathan Dickerson, Noah Flores;
  • Grade School II Girls – Julia Brown, Aubrie Summers;
  • Middle School Girls – Bailey Williams;
  • High School Girls – Autumn Dickerson and Rebecca Flores.

Johnathan Dickerson was named Grade School II Boy Scholar for earning the most points among all the schools in his age division.

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