|Posted by MSG B on September 10, 2020 at 11:00 AM||comments (0)|
Meet the New Battalion Staff for school year 2020-2021
Battalion Commander: Joanna Perz
Battalion XO: Jessica Gutierrez
Battalion CSM: Hector Santana
Battalion S-1: Maritza Banuelos
Battalion S-2: Karen Montelongo
Battalion S-3: Jo Flores
Battalion S-4; Joseph Archuleta
Battalion IPO: Michelle Roman
Battalion TMO: Domitrius Lange
|Posted by Jose Rojas on January 8, 2018 at 4:20 PM||comments (0)|
Welcome back to school and Happy New Years!
We are starting off our year strong with attending a regional drill competition in Austin Texas. Only 2 schools from Colorado attended including our very own Lady Lancers. More than 20 teams participated and it was quite a good setting to experience. Congratulations, keep on working hard.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on December 18, 2017 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
On 12/9/2017 the 7th Battalion Air Rifle Team went out and competed at the Colorado Air Rifle State championship. Varsity came in 4th, Novice came in 2nd, Precision came in 4th. The 2 man team with Michelle and Marina placed in 3rd place , with Marina 2nd place for kneeling.Congration to all the cadets that participated in this thrilling event and most of all Congrations to those who places/ranked high in the competition On 12/9/2017 the 7th Battalion Air Rifle Team went out and competed at the Colorado Air Rifle State championship. Varsity came in 4th, Novice came in 2nd, Precision came in 4th. The 2 man team with Michelle and Marina placed in 3rd place , with Marina 2nd place for kneeling.Congration to all the cadets that participated in this thrilling event and most of all Congrations to those who places/ranked high in the competition.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on November 30, 2017 at 7:10 PM||comments (0)|
As you may of already been told, we have the #1 team in the city when it comes to shooting as well as the top shooters in the city which include all our varsity team members. This year, just as we have in the past, we may very well qualify for nationals that is although if both the team wants to and continues to put in the extreme amount of effort and dedication and completion as the have this whole shooting season. To some surprising news however, we have a new shooting team for not sporter shooting but precision shooting. We will start to compete in that season as well this year and with the team we have built we are sure to have an interesting season. Good luck and congratulation to those cadets. For more information visit our JROTC instructor MSG Beasley.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on November 30, 2017 at 7:05 PM||comments (0)|
As you may know, every year we help out our community in a certain way. Although we have not started any community volunteering project, we will soon. With that being said to start, we would greatly appreciate it if you would bring a can or two of canned food so that we can donate just as a start though. You may not think one can can do much but as a community, we can help families in need.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on November 30, 2017 at 7:00 PM||comments (0)|
I would like to congratulate our cadets for their tremendous efforts both in and out of the Raider competitions. We are astonished by your accomplishments as well as by your dedication and motivation to keep on working harder. Congratulations on 2nd place and even though it isn't 1st, it certainly is a challenging position to place in. We all know you can take 1st so give it your all just as you always have.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on November 30, 2017 at 6:55 PM||comments (0)|
Thank you for all the cadets who joined us on the date of November 11 for the annual veterans day parade. We greatly appreciate your efforts and dedication to both the city and our program. As well as thank you to the parents who allow their children to join us and them themselves join us as well. One final thank you to those who this day is about, thank you to all our retired military soldiers as well as the current active duty soldiers. We greatly appreciate all you do for our people and our country. Thank you.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on November 1, 2017 at 5:05 PM||comments (0)|
We greatly appreciate the amount of effort and dedication that the cadets who volunteer and the Rock and Roll running Marathon put into showing up and doing their assigned work. It takes extreme dedication to show up on a saturday just for a volunteer service and also to provide these competitors with the necessary supplies to engage well in the run. Thank you for showing the Denver community what a great program we have here in the 7th Battalion.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on October 23, 2017 at 4:20 PM||comments (0)|
Congratulations to the ALHS JROTC Raider team for their success the Wyoming Raider Event. They took first overall and showed in their very first competition this year that they still have the ability to take 1st. Best of luck to this team and on to the next competition.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on October 4, 2017 at 4:15 PM||comments (0)|
The ALHS Colorguard was extremely active on friday. They participated a flag fording ceremony, the ALHS homecoming and pep rally. WIth this many activities in one day they did a terrific job in each event. Congradulate these cadets for their hard word and dedication to both out comunity and our program.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on October 2, 2017 at 5:00 PM||comments (0)|
The ALHS Varsity Rifle team competed over the weekend and shot vs North HS. Thankfully, we took the Win. Our rifle team is truly a force to be reckoned with and is currently doing amazing. They shot a total of 2068 points and all the Lincoln shooters were in the top 10 range. Nathan Lara took 1st, Crystal Galvan 2nd, Mauricio Portillo 3rd, Christian Sanchez 5th, and Maria Banuelos 10th. Make sure to congratulate these cadets for their amazing start to the year. Keep it up!
|Posted by Jose Rojas on October 2, 2017 at 4:40 PM||comments (0)|
Both Air RIfle Varsity and JV teams competed in the first ever Brigade rifle match for all jrotc dps schools . OUr varsity team placed first shooting a total of 2062 points and in individuals Nathan Lara took first overall, Christian Sanchez 2nd, Crystal Galvan 3rd, Mauricio Portillo 6th, and Marina Banuelos 7th. Congratulations to all these amazing cadets for their tremendous efforts. As well as JV by coming in 3rd place. Congratulations to them for such amazing accomplishments. Keep up the good work cadets.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on October 2, 2017 at 4:35 PM||comments (0)|
A yearly ceremony that presents an industry leader an award Western Energy Alliance has invite us the 7th battalion JROTC Color Guard for the past 13 years in which we have participated in presenting the flags.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on September 27, 2017 at 5:05 PM||comments (0)|
Congradulations to all of the cadets in the 7th Battalion staff for their promotions and effort to the program. It is due to their tremendous efforts, hard work, and dedication to this program that led them to go on to be the main members in staff. They have taken an oath of leadership and are sure to not just rise to the expectations but also exceed them. Once again, I give all my wishes of luck to them with the best remarks possible. Congradulations to, Battalion Comander Josue Mercado, Executive Officer Marialena Santana, Command Sergeant Major Maria Aguilar, S1 Andrea Oroceo, S2 Nathan Lara, S3 Ernesto Hernandez, S4 Oscar Rodriguez, S5 Mauricio Portillo, and S6 Jose Rojas.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on September 11, 2017 at 4:30 PM||comments (0)|
Back to school night was September 6, as Josue Mercado Guerrero, Ernesto Hernandez, Andrea Orozco, Bernardino Mendoza, Jenni Lobo, Ivanna Gamez and Kevin Gaona welcomed parents into the building, greeted them and help them around classes from 5:00 to 7:00.Rifle team also helped out in a big way as they fed the teachers, hamburgers, veggie burgers, and hot dogs from 3:30 to 4:45. Marina Banuelos as the main conductor, Nathan Lara and Mauricio Portillo were flipping burgers and cooking hot dogs.Other helpers were Victor Cortez, Hector Sandana, Kimberly Corona, Jesus Valadez, Fatima Hernandez, Chistian Sandez, Crystal Galvan, Sherlyn Velazyuez, Michelle Marin, Joseph Archuleta, Ariel Arrogo, Armando Marquez, Bradley Chamberlain, Alondra Miramontes, and Steven Nguyen.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on May 12, 2017 at 4:50 PM||comments (1)|
The ALHA Raider team competed in their final competition of the year and absolutely demolished it. The not only took 1st place in multiple events, but they also took 1st place overall adding to their undefeated record of wins. This team is truely amazing with 2 of the cadets placing in the top 5 individual, Oscar Rodriguez and #5 and Jose Rojas at #1. This was a truely astonishing event and excellent end to their year. Great job to these cadets and we how to see this all once more for the years to come. Congradulations!
|Posted by Daniela Avalos on May 11, 2017 at 5:15 PM||comments (0)|
Congradulations to the teams that competed in this year's RMR. They all did super well, Drill team got 5th in exhibition, Marcos placed 4th in a one man, Alexander Rodriguez a LET 1 placed 3rd! and Nathan Lara placed 10th. Congradulations to these cadets. The Drill Teams 4 man placed 1st which was and is amazing. Hp placed 2nd in exhibition and 1st in regulation so congradulations to all of these cadets.
|Posted by Daniela Avalos on April 10, 2017 at 4:40 PM||comments (0)|
Once more for one of the final events this year, our ALHS JROTC Honor Platoon team has blown us away. They made it and were able to compete at the Kentucky Nationals. Not only that, but they were able to put their best foot forward and give it there all to place in an astonishingly 10th place. We do not only congradulate them for they're excellent efforts and work, though we also thank them for always competeting to their fullest.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on April 7, 2017 at 4:50 PM||comments (0)|
In the Alabama Multi-Service Shooting Competition, Our Abraham Lincoln Varsity Rifle Team participated in this event and placed 16th in a multi-service competition which involved all JROTC programs world wide. If you haven't recognized how much this Varsity Rifle team has worked to get there then, take a moment to think about it and realize how far they have gotten and how greatly their acomplishments have been so make sure to dearly congradulate this outstanding team that consist of Montse Corona, David Lara, Hope Hernandez, Ariadne Ramos and Tania Soto.
|Posted by Jose Rojas on April 7, 2017 at 4:45 PM||comments (0)|
This year's pentathalon much like last years consisted of all denver public school's JROTC's. In this competition, we had 2 teams, Team 1 consisted of Marcos Bonilla, Edgar Reyes, Oscar Rodriguez, Andrea Medina, Kaitlyn Rodriguez, and Laura Salarez. As of for Team 2, it consisted of, Deon Cdbec, Jose Rojas, Josue Mercado, Ivana Gamez, Yamilet Olivas, and Laura Banuelos. These cadets competed in this even and did absolutely outsanding. Make sure to congradulate them for their efforts. They placed second and that's amazing, although it might not be first, we'll get them next year.