Share RelatedWise-Herring Signs with Austin CollegeBy LARRY GAGE Special to the PRESS Port Isabel High senior Marina Wise-Herring signed a letter of intent with Austin College Wednesday afternoon. The signing took place in Tarpon Gym with students and faculty on hand, as well as Wise-Herring’s parents and brother. With the signing Wise-Herring committed herself to…December 11, 2015In “News”Former Lady Tarpon to play at Laredo Community CollegeBy MARINA WISE-HERRING Special to the PRESS Some dreams do come true. Such is the case for one of Port Isabel High School’s 2015 graduates, Cassie Chavez. The former Lady Tarpon is set to play softball at Laredo Community College (LCC) this spring. This major achievement did not come easily for…August 17, 2015In “News”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Lampkin on track in scholarship, leadershipBy ABBEY KUNKLE Special to the PRESS Amaya Lampkin is new to the RGV but has already proven that she is on the fast track to success. Lampkin moved to Port Isabel last year from Dallas, Texas and is a junior at Port Isabel High School. An academic and athletic…October 16, 2014In “News” By RAY QUIROGAPort Isabel-South Padre [email protected](Staff photo by Ray Quiroga)Marina Wise-Herring of Port Isabel High School is seen taking photos at a recent Tarpons football game. She also assists the Port Isabel-South Padre Press as a contributing writer.Marina Wise-Herring is equally proficient with either a still camera, batting glove or pen in her hand. A standout athlete on the Port Isabel High School varsity softball team, Marina has been participating in various softball programs since the age of seven, and has been selected to a number of select teams.Marina was selected to the PIHS varsity squad as a freshman and was the team’s starting left fielder by the time she was a sophomore. She garnered All-District Honorable Mention and Second Team All-Metro honors last year, as well. “I don’t know why I love it (softball) so much, I just do. I’ve been doing it for a long time,” she said, adding that her defensive play is the strongest aspect of her game. “I made one error the entire year last year,” she explained.Want the whole story? Pick up a copy of the Port Isabel-South Padre Press, or subscribe to our E-Edition by clicking here.