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    Sarah Dokie-Reyes-Head Coach
    sarah.dokie@fwisd.org
    Coach Reyes has been coaching at Paschal since 2007. She is the head Softball coach and Girls Athletic Coordinator.  Coach Reyes was a self proclaimed Army military brat, born in Germany. Her mother is German and her father is 100% Native American of the Navajo Nation in the 4 corners region of the US. Her dad retired in El Paso, Tx after 26 years in aviation for the Army. Coach Reyes graduated from Stephen F. Austin High School and continued her education at El Paso Community College on an athletic scholarship where she acquired her Associates Degree. She then transferred to Texas Woman’s University in Denton, to continue her education and softball career. She graduated with a major in Kinesiology and minor in biology degree with a Teachers certification. She has been married to Johnny Reyes for in 2006 and they have 2 beautiful children, Sophia (born in 2012) and Tyler (born in 2010). Coach Reyes husband played football at Ranger junior college and baseball his first year and then transferred to Texas Weslyan University to pursue his baseball career. He currently works for the City of Keller. The Reyes' are very happy and fortunate to be a part of Paschal’s community. Coah Reyes is committed to have a program that develops strong fundamentals in the game as well as ethical and moral attributes within our young student athletes. 



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    Jeoff Johnson
    jeoff.johnson@fwisd.org
    Coach Johnson was born and raised in Fort Worth and graduated from Texas Christian University in 2008. His time at TCU was highlighted by being a member of the Co-Ed Cheer Squad for two years. Coach Johnson is married and met his wife, Adrienne, at TCU. After graduation, he accepted a position at Southwest High School teaching World History as well as being an assistant cheer coach. He has been the Varsity coach for three years. Besides cheerleading, he has also spent four years coaching baseball, the final two as the Freshman coach. Coach Johnson lives by the motto "strive for perfection and expect excellence". He strives to live by these words both in the classroom, on the field and in his personal life. He is passionate about what he does, and wants, above anything else, to always be on the path to improvement. He strives to be a lifelong learner in all aspects of life. His goal for the cheerleading squad at Paschal is to build on the foundation already laid and achieve new heights in competition and leading school spirit.

     

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    Miranda Vest 
    miranda.vest@fwisd.org 

    Coach Miranda Vest came to Paschal High in August of 2018 and is currently in her 2nd season as a Varsity Assistant softball coach for the Lady Panthers. Working primarily with Outfielders and PHS hitters. Vest has also worked as an assistant coach in West Texas where they made it in back to back playoff runs along with coaching in California at her alma mater high school for two seasons before accompanying Dokie-Reyes in Fort Worth.  

    Prior to coaching, Vest attended Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, Arkansas where she played outfield for the Lady Muleriders.  Originally a native of Monterey, California  Vest and the Lady Muleriders finished 37-26 and set 31 team and individual records in her senior season of 2013-2014. They were Conference Champions and finished out their season in Minnesota for DII Regional playoffs. She was named to the GAC All-Academic Team and SAU’s President’s List in the same year. Vest also attended Henderson State University where her batting combined was .275 , along with committing  1 error over her 150 games played.

    Vest earned a bachelor’s degree of Human Performance, Recreation, and Community Service with a minor in Sports Management from SAU in August of 2014.

    Miranda resides in Crowley with her dog, Kahlua.