The UIL is now allowing the Coaches to work with the teams for 2 hours a week over the summer time break. Please utilize the top banner for information and times that it is available for the strength and conditioning and the Specific Sports times.
Hudson had a cardiac event that was caused by the Mono Virus on April 16. Hudi has been in ICU for 2 ½ weeks, and is still fighting. After he was stabilized, a few days after arriving at Children’s Hospital, they discovered that he has Sepsis, which has been slowing down all progress. Antibiotics have appeared to start attacking the infection in the past couple of days. They can’t get him off of any of the machines he’s hooked up to until that infection is gone, because it’s not allowing anything to heal or function properly. The right side of his heart needs to start healing and/or showing function, or we might have to look at a heart transplant. On top of all of that, they discovered that at some point there was a stroke. When his paralytic is lifted, he is showing good signs of recognition and activity. He responds to seeing his mother (Kelly) and gives the “crazy eyebrows” to the nurses because he doesn’t know them, which is a good sign.
LH Softball team and the Berkner Softball team have put together a fundraiser that will take place on Thursday 4/11. The flyer is pictured below and attached as well. It will be a great time for all, and will help raise money for Kelly Baker and her family. There will be Concessions, BBQ, Raffle Prizes, and Home Runs! Please come out and support!
Rams for the Cure T-Shirts
$11 2X-4X(Limited Quantity)
If you are a Breast Cancer Survivor and would like to be honored at our Pink Out Pep Rally and Football Game on October 26, please contact Tanja Dutton at Tanja.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Rams faced off versus the JJ Pearce Mustangs on Friday October 13. Quarterback Brayden Pokropinski threw for 64 yards and ran for 83 and a touchdown. Running Back Urie Welch ran for 44 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Daaron Loveless had an interception on the night for the Ram Defense. Berkner fell short in the game 24-35. This week, the Rams will take on the Molina Jaguars Friday, October 19 at 7:30pm at Ram-Wildcat Stadium. Students, for $5 you can ride the Berkner Fan Bus to and from the game. This cost covers your ticket to the game as well. Come out to homecoming, have fun, and support your Rams.
The Lady Rams Went into Friday nights game with Duncanville with a 2 game win streak after defeating Skyllne High School and the Jaguars of Molina. After a competitive losses in the first 2 sets of the match the Rams Stunned the Panthers with a 3rd Set Victory. Unfortunately the Panthers took the 4th set to defeat the Rams. The night was led in Kills by JR Kaylyn Gilbert and passing by SR Alex Finkley. The Rams are in the hunt for the playoffs as we begin the 2nd round of district. We have a Tuesday at WT White and home on Thursday vs Lake Highlands for teacher appreciation night.
The Berkner Rams faced off against the Duncanville Panthers. The Rams came up short 63-0. Quarterbacks Brayden Pokropinski and Trevon Moore ran the offense for the Rams. During the game, Senior WR Keliann Harris surpassed 250 Receiving Yards on the season. Next week, the Rams and Lake Highlands Wildcats will play at Ram-Wildcat Stadium Thursday, October 4 at 7:00pm. Come out to support these young men and have a Ramtastic time!
The Berkner Rams faced off against the Lakeview Centennial Patriots in their home opener for the 2018 Season. On Senior Night, the Rams came up short 37-6. Quarterback tandem of Nick McLemore and Brayden Pokropinski combined for 140 yards passing on the night. Senior Urie Welch rushed for 45 yards and a touchdown. Keilahn Harris had 111 yards receiving for the Rams. Next week, the Rams have a bye week and will get ready to face off against the Duncanville Panthers Friday, September 28 at 7:30pm in their first district away game. Come out to support these young men and have a Ramtastic time!
In the District opener for WT White the Lady Rams dominated play to a 3 set victory. The night was led by Seniors Joni Schneider, Ala Koko and Melissa Kouassi. Junior Kemyra Landry and Chasity Veals dominated the front row. Defense was handled by Freshman Libero Ally Boisvert in her distinct debut, in all it was a total team effort that brought the Rams to Victory and 1-0 in district play. The Rams have a tough week on the road ahead as they take on Lake Highlands on Tuesday and Richardson Friday.
On a rainy night in Keller, Texas the Berkner Rams faced off against the Keller Indians. For the Rams, Urie Welch battled to run 25 times for 102 yards and a touchdown in the rain. Quarterback Nick McLemore went 8/23 for 173 yards on the night. Darren Loveless caught 4 passes for 117 yards for the Rams and had an interception on defense. The Rams fell 43-7. Next week, the Rams play at home against the Lakeview Centennial Patriots. This 7:30pm Friday night game will be senior night for the Rams. Come out to support these young men, celebrate their careers as Rams, and have a Ramtastic time!
The Berkner Lady Ram Volleyball Season kicks of on Tuesday August 7 with a home dual match with North Mesquite and Irving Nimitz High Schools. Teams play at 5:00 pm (No FB at 5:00) and 7:00 PM. Come out and Support your BHS Lady Ram Volleyball Team.