Pride Battalion Athletic Teams

TEAM ROSTERS, DAYS AND TIMES FOR THE STEM AND ATHLETIC TEAMS

***NOTE: All STEM and Athletic teams will be canceled the week prior to Christmas Break and the week after Christmas Break*** 

CADETS THAT ARE NOT ON THE ROSTER FOR THE DAY’S SCHEDULED EVENTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BE IN THE MCJROTC CLASSROOM.

FOUR (4) DEMERITS WILL BE ISSUED TO ANY CADET IN THE CLASSROOM THAT IS NOT A MEMBER OF THE TEAM FOR THAT DAY.

PRIDE BN ATHLETIC TEAMS

1. CYBER PATRIOT: MONDAYS – 1600 to 1730 (ROOM 120)

 CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Education Program.  At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competitions puts teams of high school and middle school students in the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. In the rounds of competition, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cybersecurity vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services in a six hour period.  Teams compete for the top placement within their state and region, and the top teams in the nation earn all-expenses paid trips to Washington, DC for the National Finals Competition where they can earn national recognition and scholarship money.

  1. C/SgtMaj. Villanueva, A. –
  2. C/Cpl. Lopez, J. –
  3. C/LCpl. Young, I. –
  4. C/LCpl. Rodriguez, A. –
  5. C/PFC. Elguera, C. –
  6. C/PFC. Nava, J. –

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2. DRILL TEAM & COLOR GUARD: VARSITY – MON, WED, FRI- 0545 TO 0645 (GYM – FOOTBALL FIELD)

This is the Drill team for competition.  There are three teams the Freshmen team, the Junior Varsity team and the Varsity team.  There are two seasons the fall and the spring. This is a year commitment. Travels and competes in marching and academic competitions. Teams compete for the top placement within their state and region,  the top teams in the nation earn an invitation to Daytona FL. for the National High School Drill Team Competition where they can earn national recognition.

# VARSITY-ARMED RANK G BILLET
NAME
1 GARCIA, CARLOS C/1STLT M PLT CMDR – 
2 GUZMAN, CRYSTAL C/SGT F PLT XO – PLTSGT – 
3 BORGES, NATHANIEL C/SGT M GUIDE – 
4 AVELINO, DENISE C/SSGT F 1ST SQD LDR – A
5 GUERRERO, VICENTE C/LCPL M
6 GARCIA, ALYSSA C/PFC F
7 SALGADO, DAISY C/PFC F
8 CARDOSO, JACQUELINE C/SGT F 2ND SQD LDR – 
9 CARDONA, MARIANELY C/GYSGT F
10 NAVA, JOSHUA C/LCPL M
11 NOVOA, PABLO C/PVT M
12 MORENO, DAZALYN C/SGT F 3RD SQD LDR 
13 QUEZADA, ALEX C/PVT M
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15 SALGADO, ADRIANA C/PFC F
  1. C/Maj. Torres, G. –
  2. C/Maj. Gutierrez, D. –
  3. C/SgtMaj. Villanueva, V. –
  4. C/1stLt. Mendez, C. –
  5. C/Sgt. Puentes, A. –
  6. C/GySgt. Aguirre, A. –
  7. C/Sgt. Abad, A. –
  8. C/Pvt. Villanueva, I. –

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3. PHYSICAL FITNESS TEAM (YPFT) – TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS – 0545 TO 0645 (GYM – FOOTBALL FIELD)

The Physical Fitness Team.  There are three different level teams the beginner team, the Mid level team and the advanced level team.  There are two seasons the fall and the spring. This is a year commitment. There are competitions throughout the year and the Nationals will go in May of 2016 if the cadets qualify. Travels and competes in physical fitness competitions. Teams compete for the top placement within their state and region, and the top teams in the nation earn all-expenses paid trips to San Diego C.A. for the National Finals Competition where they can earn national recognition.

  1. C/Sgt. Rodriguez, A.-
  2. C/Sgt. Borges, N. –
  3. C/GySgt. Aguirre, A. –
  4. C/Sgt. Avelino, D. –
  5.  C/Pvt. Alvarez, N.

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4. DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS: WEDNESDAYS (BRASS AND WIND) & THURSDAYS (PERCUSSIONS) – 1600 TO 1700 (ROOM 120)

The Drum & Bugle Corps is a developing Athletic club for the MCJROTC.  These individuals will train to march and play instruments for Military parades, Athletic Competitions, graduation ceremonies. The D&B will be acquiring instruments for the next year and then possibly to be activated in the Fall of 2016. Practices are listed below.

  1. C/Sgt. Cardoso, Jacqueline – Drum Major / Snare Drum
  2. C/Pvt. Palma, Briana – Bugler

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5. ROBOTICS / DRONES: THURSDAYS – 1600 TO 1700 (ROOM 120)

  1. C/Maj. Gutierrez, D. –
  2. C/1stLt. Gutierrez, J. –
  3. C/Sgt. Gil, M. – SEAPERCH 2019
  4. C/PFC. Garcia, A. – SEAPERCH 2019
  5. C/Pvt. Apaez, J. – SEAPERCH 2019
  6. C/PFC. Torres, E. – SEAPERCH 2019
  7.  C/PVT. Liendo, J. – SEAPERCH 2019
  8. C/PVT. Novoa, P. – SEAPERCH 2019
  9. C/PVT. Rosales, E. – SEAPERCH 2019
  10. C/Pvt. Quintero, S. –
  11. C/Pvt. Evans, C. –
  12. C/Pvt. Palma. B. –

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6. BROADCASTING TEAM: WEDNESDAYS – 1600 TO 1700 (ROOM 120)

The Broadcasting Team records the history and keeps archives for the Command Chronology of the Pride Battalion.  The team consists of a General Manager, Managing Director, News Director, and Executive Producer. The Cadets are assigned to different Departments according to their skills; Photographer, Videography, Journalist, Editor etc..

  1. C/Sgt. Arizaga, F. –
  2. C/1stLt. Garcia, C.  –
  3. C/Sgt. Gil, M. –
  4. C/LCpl. Gonzalez, K. –
  5. C/Pvt. Liendo, J.
  6. C/PFC. Medina, G. –
  7. C/PFC. Bahamundi, L. –

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7. ENGINEER BUILDING: TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS – 1600 TO 1700 (ROOM 120)

  1. C/1STLt. Gutierrez, J. –
  2. C/Sgt. Borges, N. –
  3. C/Cpl. Martinez, D. –
  4. C/Cpl. Martinez, C. –
  5. C/Pfc. Torres, E. –
  6. C/LCpl. Hughes, V. –
  7. C/LCpl. Nava, J. –
  8. C/Pvt. Aguilar, J. –
  9. C/Pvt. Franco, J. –
  10. C/Pvt. Zamora, L. –
  11. C/Pvt. Quezada, A. –
  12. C/Pfc. Mendoza, D. –
  13. C/Pvt. Kopec, J. –

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8. LEADERSHIP AND ACADEMICS TEAM (MONDAYS – 1600 TO 1730)

All cadets are encouraged to participate in the Practice Test (free of charge). It’s a great way to assess college test readiness.  There is a low, one-time fee of $50 to participate in the online team competition, which covers both Level I and Level II (if your team qualifies to advance to Level II). To register and pay, go to www.cofcontests.com.  Teams with scores in the top 50% in Level I will advance to Level II (no additional fee required). If your school is prone to winter storms and school closings, please do NOT wait until the last day to participate. Deadline extensions will be granted on a very limited basis.  MC JROTC Command will cover costs of travel, meals and lodging for 4 teams attending Level III – The Championship. There will be a minimal entrance fee of $350 for each team (paid for by competing teams), which covers the costs of t-shirts, cinch bags, medals, trophies, certificates, etc.

  1. Cand. Ortega, A.
  2. C/LCpl. Herrera, K.

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