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Where Are They Now?

Feb 20, 2015 11:02PM ● By Dia


Cross Country, University of Richmond

Jordan Chavez was a three-time captain who led the Dragons to a UIL State Championship his senior year, earning All-State and Academic All-State honors. As a sophomore at the University of Richmond, he placed second in the 2014 Collegiate National Mountain Running Championships and seventh at the 2013 Jr. World event. As a junior, he recently posted a sixth place finish in the 5K at the Spider Alumni open with a time of 15:19.


Swimming, Texas Christian University

Lyndsie Gibson helped lead the Lady Dragons to back-to-back UIL Swimming and Diving state titles in 2011 and 2012. In her sophomore season, Lyndsie competed in every meet for the Horned Frogs posting 15 fi st-place finishes while earning Team MVP and All-Big 12 Second Team honors. As a junior she posted multiple fi st-place finish s in the 200 Medley Relay and the 100M and 200M backstrokes. Lyndsie is the current TCU record holder in the 100 (54.80) and the 200 backstroke (1:58.76).


Basketball, Newman University

Sierra was a stellar varsity player under Dragon Head Basketball Coach Teri Morrison. The 5’9” guard was chosen as an All-District player each of her three varsity seasons. After Southlake, Sierra attended McMurry University where she was second on the team in scoring at 8.3 points per game as a sophomore. After transferring to Newman University for her junior year, Maykus continues to add a scoring punch at 6.1 points per game for the Jets.


Volleyball, Texas Christian University

Sutton, a 5’9” Outside Hitter and Defensive Specialist, lettered three years for the Dragons. In 2009 she set the bar high as the district’s Newcomer of the Year and MVP. She was recognized as the district’s MVP again in 2010. At Texas Christian University she follows her father Spencer (football, track) and sister Sloane (volleyball) in the Sunstrum Horned Frog legacy. As a junior, Sutton led the team in defense with 405 digs (4.26 digs/set).


Volleyball, University of Louisville

Janelle, a 5’11” Outside Hitter, was an All-District selection for the Lady Dragons in each of her three varsity seasons. As a junior, she was the 6-5A Blocker of the Year and the district’s MVP as a senior. Starting in every game as a red-shirt freshman, she posted double-digit kills in nine matches, including 16 kills in a game versus Kentucky. As a sophomore she led the Cardinals in scoring with 393.5 points and was second with 337 kills.