Glimpse….Shaon Chohlis, DHS ’89

Recalling his high school days, Shaon Chohlis admits that some of his teachers were probably glad to see him graduate, especially Ag teachers Travis Byrom and Phil McAnelly. Calling those particular teachers “Partner,” driving his dad’s van on the school sidewalk, and doing burnouts in the Ag truck in the school parking lot are some of the antics Continue reading “Glimpse….Shaon Chohlis, DHS ’89”

Devine Tennis captures 2nd place at Edison

Devine Varsity Tennis Team came away with an impressive 2nd place this weekend at the Edison Tennis Tournament. Our kids played with a lot of patience and perseverance, never giving up till the end. Some had to play very skilled tennis players and lost, but never quit fighting.
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It’s a Boy…

Welcome to the world one of God’s precious blessings! Tanner Ray Lawrence, born Saturday, February 4th to Tyler and Patsy Lawrence. Weight 8 lbs. 6 oz., 20 ½ inches. Thank you Lord for such a gift! Psalm 127:3 – Lo, children are an heritage of the LORD: and the fruit of the womb is His reward.

Freshman Arabians close out season

The freshman Arabians wrapped up their 2016-2017 basketball campaign with a loss to the visiting Pearsall Mavericks by the final score of 33 to 16. It was a bad ending to what was a successful season that had the Arabians finishing with a 10 and 5 overall record including a 3 and 3 district mark.
Coach Khera Vay, “This game did not go as expected. Continue reading “Freshman Arabians close out season”

JV Arabians continue winning ways

Devine’s JV Arabians improved to 7 wins and no losses as they won in Crystal City last Tuesday night by the final score of 37 to 15. A quick start in the first half had the Arabians leading 13 to 2 after the first quarter and 22 to 5 at halftime. Even though Crystal City closed the gap to 26 to 11 Continue reading “JV Arabians continue winning ways”