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Girls Soccer Coach

Osta, Maggee
Health Teacher / Head Girls Track Coach / Head Girls Soccer Coach



Bryza Pizano, AHA Lady Jaguars basketball senior, has committed to continue her basketball career at Northlands College in Ashland, Wisconsin.  Pizano signed her letter of intent in a ceremony held inside the Jaguar Den.


Head coach of the Jills, Daryle Tucker believes Pizano is the right fit for his team.


Bryza PizanoHer ability to read passing lanes and get up and down the court will fit nice with our HAVOC defense. You can tell she comes up in a great home. I have been impressed with my conversations with her and her mother. And, when I met them for the first time I was even more impressed. Her professionalism and strength in knowing who she is was impressive. I think she will do well here and fit into our defensive and offensive schemes.”


Lady Jaguars head coach, Joe Montoya, believes it’s PIzano’s work ethic that sets her apart.


She never takes a day off.  Bryza would always ask what she needed to work on and spend extra time working on her weaknesses.  She does all the little things such as great sportsmanship, great character, excellent leadership and, most importantly, excellent in the classroom.”


“I see her role as getting comfortable and acclimated with the team, offense/defense schemes, school and community,” says Coach Tucker about her role as an incoming freshman.  “It’s going to be difficult initially, but I think she will get it. It’s always the toughest part of transitioning to college. I think…we are going to see great things.”


Coach Montoya echoes much of what Coach Tucker believes.


“Be prepared to balance basketball and school.  Time management will be one of the most important skills she will need to be successful in basketball and school.  Continue to set goals for herself in the classroom and on the basketball court.  Enjoy the experience!”


Congratulations to Bryza Pizano and Jaguar Nation looks forward to following your career.


The following students have made the Top 10 for the Class of 2018.  Each will be honored at the Honors & Robing Ceremony on Tuesday, May 8th, 6:30pm, in the Jaguar Den.  The Valedictorian and Salutatorian will also be announced during the ceremony.


The Top 10 are:


David Armendariz

Joseph Barbera

Gabriela Diaz

Citlalli Fernandez-Romero

Karina Gallegos

Perla Guzman

Diego Ortega

Matthew Robledo

Alejandro Vazquez-Mercado

Edmarie Vega


"Couldn't have been prouder of these young gentleman. They did a fantastic job and we were able to capture the District 4-6A Championship Title again for the second year in row!" 


That is the reaction of Track & Field Coach Laura Rivera as her boys captured back-to-back 6A District 4 championships.


Below are the results for those going to state:


District Champions in their individual events and going to State:

  • Chris Powell - District Pole Vault Champ
  • Diego Archuleta -District Shot Put Champ
  • Angel Ramirez - District Long Jump Champ
  • Jordan Marquez - District 200 meters Champ
  • Antonyo Ortiz - District 400 meters Champ


District Champions in the following relays:

  • 4x100 Meter Relay District Champs - Miguel Martinez, Angel Ramirez, Antonyo Ortiz, Irving Ramirez
  • 4x200 Meter Relay District Champs - Miguel Martinez, Jesus Jimenez, Angel Ramirez, Jordan Marquez
  • 4x400 Meter Rely District Champs - Angel Ramirez, Mark Gurule, Irving Ramirez, Antonyo Ortiz


Placing 2nd in their events and also going to State:

  • Mark Gurule - 2nd place in both 200meter and 400meter
  • Jordan Marquez - 2nd place in the 100m
  • Angel Anaya - 2nd place in Pole vault
  • Chris Powell - 2nd in 110 Hurdles

District Champion team poster
The AHA Girls Track and Field team will be represented at the upcoming state meet.  The ladies who will be competing are:



Santii Santiago 9th

Aliyah Bailey 10th

Bryza Pizano 12th

Chia Okoye 9th



Daisy Borbon 11th

Alisha Duran 9th

Santii Santiago 9th

Bryza Pizano  12th 



Alisha Duran 9th 

Sevana Candelaria 12th 

Ale Jaquez 10th 

Cassandra Gallegos 11th 


Pole Vault 

Jennifer Mercado 11th 


Good luck to all the athletes taking part in the State Track & Field Meet which will take place May 11th and 12th at the University of New Mexico.