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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - September 2, 2022 5:52 am

Mike Campbell

Last night the Liberal Eisenhower Middle School Warriors traveled to Dodge City to face the DCMS Cardinals.  The 7th grade game ended in a 6-6 tie after being canceled due to weather with just over 4 minutes left on the clock.  The Warriors had the ball and were driving in for the potential game winning score when the game was stopped.  Offensively, the Warriors were led by Landry Fitzgerald who had nearly 100 yards on the ground and the team’s only touchdown.  Defensively, it was a team effort as DCMS was held to under 30 total yards until late in the 3rd quarter when their running back broke free for a 60+ yard touchdown.

The 8th grade game was cancelled as well, and efforts are being made to reschedule.  If that game can be played, more information will be available on the EMS social media pages.

In the meantime, the EMS Warriors host Garden City Kenneth Henderson Thursday September 8 starting at 4pm.  The Warriors coaches would like to encourage you to put on your favorite green gear and come out to support the team.

From Coach Kadow –

7 th Grade Apaches Football Hosted Dodge City
Comanche. After giving up a 28 to 0 lead into the 4 th
quarter The Apache offense erupted for 2 touchdowns
in the last 4 minutes. Going on a 65 yd drive capped by
a 10 yard run by Aaron Munoz. The Apaches made a
successful onside kick recovering at their 48 yd line.
Aaron Munoz then scored on a Sweep to the left, getting
the Apaches a little closer. Final Score DC Comanche 28
SRMS 14.

8 th Grade played  DC Comanche at their home
opener. The Coyotes scored on their first drive then
again on a Turnover in the 1 st quarter making the score
14 to 0 at the half. Again the Coyotes took the
opening drive of the second half and scored. The
Apaches continued to fight not letting down they were
able to put points on the board in the 4 th quarter with a
10 yd touchdown by Giovani Duran. Final Score DC
Comanche 20 SRMS 6.

 

8th Grade EMS Volleyball

Nancy Hines

Thursday night the Lady Warriors took on Guymon Tigers. 8th grade B Team pulled out the win, taking the Lady Tigers to three games defeating them 18-25, 25-22, 15-13. A team just fell short being defeated 19-25, 22-25.

7th Grade EMS Volleyball

James Babinec

Thursday evening the Guymon Tigers traversed into Liberal with a Match between the A & B teams.
The B team started the night off with a battle taking the first set 25-22.   Guymon roared  back with the second set 25-21.  The decisive set was taken by the Lady Warriors 15-12.  All the girls responded well during the game giving their best effort.  Highlights go to Jesslynn Heredia for consistent serving and Kimberely Arredondo for keeping the second group focused..
The A team concluded the evening with a two set sweep on the Tigers, Early in the first set with the Warriors leading 9 – 6,, the  Warrior’s regrouped after a Guymon time out to rally strong for a 25-11 win.  Scarlett Carr provided firepower with strong serving to force Guymon to commit errors.
Guymon’s time-out was well played ( as I was about to use one). according to Coach Babinec. My girl’s were getting flustered and the stoppage helped refocus on what they needed to do as a team.  The Warriors responded by outscoring the Tigers 16-5.  Haiden Lyon took charge in the opening of the second set with strong serving,and a couple of aces. The Lady Warrior’s finished the set with a 25 – 14 victory.
The Lady Warrior’s open League play on September 12 in Garden City.
 

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