Flashbacks 11/13/19Free Access


Mackenzie Pilgrim

Pleasanton Intern


10 years ago

Look for the Horizon- These first and second-grade students from Jourdanton Elementary School took a field trip to Magik Theater in San Antonio on November 6. They watched the play, “Mrs. Nelson is Missing”, based on the popular children’s book. Afterward, they posed with the stars of the show- the rowdy kids in 207 and their sweet teacher, Mrs. Nelson. Students left to right are; Cort Hindes, Clayton Burch, Claire Vyvlecka, Calli Hindes (little sister of student), Ashleigh Fischer, Camry Mangum, Kennedy Huizar, Vanessa Vacca, Sean Luna, Hayden Schmidt, and Micah Gerdes. They are in the Horizon (Gifted and Talented) class, taught by Cathy Bollinger (far right). 


20 years ago

Soars high- Larry McIntyre of Poteet shows good form as he clears the bar during the Senior Olympic pole vault competition.


30 years ago

Gregorczyk lifts Eagles over Uvalde, Pleasanton in Bidsistrict playoffs; will play Friday in Gregory Portland- For most, it was a time to celebrate… and for others, it was just a bit overwhelming. On the left, Patsy Kotzur gives her husband, Eagle head coach Hank Kotzur, a victory hug, while on the right, one of the Eagles’ toughest linemen, Center David Palmer, is overcome with emotion. Lending support is defensive lineman Santos Caballero and former Eagle Albert Sorola.


40 years ago

Flag Corps- Members of the new Pleasanton band flag corps are, left to right, Donna Eurey, Glynnis Ventrcek, Alice Sotello, Wendy Erwin, Josie Llamas, and Donna Wright.


50 years ago

District Attorney J. Taylor Brite addresses packed PHS auditorium for the Veterans Day program… 


60 years ago

Homecoming Royalty- Miss Sandra Harrison of Pleasanton High School’s sophomore class, was elected homecoming queen for 1959. Here she is crowned by Miss Sherry Smith, last year’s queen. She is being escorted by Donnie Dye.

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