Bulldogs Make All-State Choir 

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Mrs. Green, BHS Choir Director, is proud to announce the results from TMEA All-State Choir auditions. Each student performed their very best and represented BHS at the highest level. Four choir students competed at Area, and all four of them were selected to be members of the 2020 TMEA Small School All-State Mixed Choir! Maddison Huval received 1st chair in the Alto section, and Kayleigh Watkins received 4th chair, also in the Alto section. In the tenor section, Efrain Rangel received 2nd chair and Mateo Lopez received 4th chair. An interesting fact... over 60,000 musicians start the All-State process each Fall. Only 1% of them actually make an All-State Ensemble. Borger High School has 4 students in that 1%!

In addition, Mrs. Green would like to recognize Kayleigh Watkins as being a 4-year All-State choir member. This is a tremendous success. BHS has had 4 students previously obtain this status. Setting the goal of becoming a 4-year All-Stater, is a daunting task. It takes hard work, dedication, and persistence year after year. Kayleigh absolutely exhibits those qualities, not only in music but in her academics and other activities she is a part of which are volleyball and softball. Kayleigh is also a tremendous leader that encourages both her teammates and competition. Mrs. Green goes on to say, “Many times, she helps those who compete against her to become better musicians, she rejoices in their success, and she cries with them when they fall short. She is an amazing young lady and we will miss her for years to come. However, we are excited to see what the future holds for Kayleigh and know that she has what it takes to be successful!” Congratulations Singing Bulldogs!  



Posted by rebecca.calder On 13 January, 2020 at 3:08 PM  

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