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Busy Tuesday of Middle School Volleyball and Cross Country

Brock Kappelmann - September 12, 2017 1:30 pm

Seymour Rogers

Seymour Rogers 8A volleyball played Horace Good and Kenneth Henderson on

*Win* Vs. Kenneth Henderson
Set 1: 25-14 L
Set 2: 25-15 W
Set 3: 15-4 W
​Girls played great and fought back when getting down. Terah Head and
Angela Hernandez both had good serves. The girls played together as a team
and had fun.

*Loss* vs. Horace Good​
​Set 1: 25-7 L
Set 2: 25-16 L
Girls came up against some good competition. ​We had quite a few missed
serves and errors on our part. This was a very good team and I’m proud of
the girls for competing. Terah Head had quite a few serve receive passes
off of hard serves. Girls also had some good digs of well, hard hits.

Record now is 4-2 and we travel to Holcomb on Thursday for triangular vs
Holcomb and Scott City.

Girls raised $399.84 to be donated to Alzheimer’s Association.

7th Grade Apache Volleyball

Lost to Horace Good 25-21, 26-28, 13-15 then lost to Kenneth Henderson 25-27, 25-17, 13-15.  Record is 2-4.

Eisenhower Volleyball

The 7A Lady Warriors played at home(9/11) against Kenneth Henderson and
Horace Good. First game was against KH winning, 25-8, 25-9. Jenna Ormiston
served 11 points in the win with 3 kills. Rachelle Terrazas served 13
points with 7 aces. Second game of the night was played against Horace
Good with the score 25-9, 25-18. Jenna Ormiston served 9 in a row with 4
kills. Lexi Hensley lit up their defense by recording an impressive 10
kills. Ileyah Ross recorded 3 serves with 2 aces. Mad dog award goes to
Katie Classen who hustled and got a touch on every ball that was hers and
setting up her hitters to do their job. Lady Warriors improve their record
to 6-0 and head to Holcomb on Thursday and Ulysses Tournament on Saturday.

7B won against Kenneth Henderson in 2 sets, but lost against Horace Good in
3 sets. Top server is Cinithia Rivera who step to the line and was
consistent with her serves. Mad dog award goes to Jessenia Garcia for pure
hustle on the court by take hard serves and making plays happen. 7B
improves their record to 5-1.

Eisenhower Cross Country

The Warrior XC team traveled to Hays to run a challenging course in the heat! The Warriors continue to be competitive.

Seventh grade girls finish 2nd to a very impressive Hays team. Medalist were Ava Maxwell finished in 10th. Seventh grade boys win their 3rd meet in a row! Medalist include: Gideon Wright in 8th, Anthony Castilleja in 6th, and Josiah Perez finished in 3rd.

Just like the 7th grade boys our 8th grade girls win their 3rd meet in a row! There was a mix up with the bib numbers so although the plaque got sent home with another team, the Lady Warriors DID finish in first! Medalist for 8th grade girls we Helena Combs in 9th, Joceline Hernandez finished 7th, and Jacqueline Hernandez in 4th.

8th grade boys finished in 2nd place with our lone medalist Iram Camacho finishing in 2nd place.

Next up the Warriors travel to Hugoton on Saturday at 9:00 .

Seymour Rogers CC


The team results of the cross country meet in Hays are:
7th grade boys- 5th place, 125 points
7th grade girls- NA
8th grade boys- 3rd place, 80 points
8th grade girls- 5th place, 119 points

Individual results:
*7th grade boys*
Rafael Rodriguez 7:41, 23rd
Emmanuel Coronado 7:41, 24th
Oscar Valverde 7:41, 26th
Christian Ramsey 7:42, 28th
Christian Pedroza 7:42, 29th
Eduardo Aguilar 8:27, 56th
Emmanuel Barraza 8:31, 59th
**out of 88 runners**

*7th grade girls*
Marisol Lechuga 9:15, 48th
April Olvera 9:40, 53rd
Carla Rios 10:45, 63rd
Alexis Amancio 10:53, 65th
**out of 77 runners**

*8th grade boys*
**Ivan Burciaga 13:32, 6th (medalist)**
Irving Mendez 14:19, 14th
Juan Ailon 14:44, 20th
Nathan Alarcon 14:44, 21st
Fabian Tarango 15:21, 30th
Carlos Moreno 16:05, 43rd
Gaspar Falcon 16:40, 48th
Julio Garcia 17:34, 56th
Gerardo Lozano 17:35, 57th
Ariel Mendoza 28:57, 66th (injury)
**out of 66 runners**

*8th grade girls*
Alexia Martinez 17:28, 18th
Shiya Bhakta 17:53, 25th
Lesley Hernandez 18:01, 27th
Briana Calvillo 20:03, 37th
Alexia Blanco 20:07, 38th
**out of 53 runners**

Mariah Way


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