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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - September 18, 2022 11:45 am

7 th and 8th Grade Apaches Football traveled to Dodge
City to play the Dodge City Cardinals Friday after having
to postpone on Thursday due to bad weather.
The 8th grade played first. After the first Quarter the
Cardinals led 6 to 0. The Seymour Rogers Apaches then
put on a scoring drive with Giovani Duran running into
the end zone for a TD. He then added a 2 point
conversion. The Cardinals then scored their second TD
of the half and added a 2 point conversion, making the
score Cardinals 14 Apaches 6. The Apaches stalled on
their next drive and punted. The Cardinals tried a pass
but was intercepted by Emmanuel Sepulveda. The
Apaches took advantage of the turnover with a 7 yard
TD pass by Abram Gonzalez to Emmanuel Sepulveda. It
was capped off by a 2 point conversion run by Giovani
Duran. The Apaches led at the half 16 to 14.
The second half the Cardinals scored 20 unanswered
points with the final score being 34 to 16.

The Eisenhower 7th grade Volleyball teams competed Saturday in the Kepley Invite Volleyball Tournament in Ulysses.

The A team finished the day placing 2nd. The Lady’s started strong against Goodland taking both games 15-10 and 15-8. Next up was Southwestern Heights. The Mustangs gave the Warriors a tense battle as both teams traded victories in the opening sets. The Warriors trailed the deciding set 5-13 when MarryAna Perringo, supported by the team, ran off the final ten points for a thrilling comeback 15-13 win.
The Lady’s then struggled against Kepley 15-17 , 15-12 and 12-15.
Eisenhower then met up with SWH again and battled again with the Warriors advancing to the Championship game 15-12,  14-16  and 15-8.
Once again Kepley proved to be the better team taking the first set 12-15, then opened up the final set on an 8-0 run. When playing to 15 points, that’s always a difficult spot to be in for a comeback. Give the Tigers credit for playing a great match.
The B team played their hearts out winning the first set against Goodland 15-11 and 15-13.  The Lady Warriors struggled against Kepley”s 2nd team 7-15 and 11-15.  In the final match against Moscow, the Warriors fell short  11-15  and 12-15
Both teams host the Dodge City teams Monday night at Eisenhower with games starting at 4pm.
James Babinec

Saturday the 17th, the Eisenhower Lady Warriors A team came out ready to play! Lady Warriors faced:

Guymon Lady Tigers again this season and pulled out the win defeating them 14-16, 15-1, 15-3
The Lady Warriors then faced Goodland for the first time and defeated them 15-12, 15-13
The Lady Warriors then faced a tough Kepley Lady Tigers team again this season, dealing us our first loss of the tournament, 15-4, 15-3
The Lady Warriors then faced Goodland and once again came out victorious, 15-13, 12-15, 15-9.
The Lady Warriors then advanced to the championship game facing the Kepley Lady Tigers. The Lady Warriors fell to Kepley, 15-5, 15-8, taking Second place in the tournament.
Lady Warriors B team struggled today, they fell to Moscow Lady Wildcats 15-13, 15-1 and then fell to the Guymon Lady Tigers 15-11, 15-8.

Nancy Hines


From Coach Riggs –

SRMS XC article 9-17-22

Blue skies, green grass, and gray uniforms were the colors of September 9th, 2022.   The competition was fierce and the SRMS XC team was missing 6 of their teammates; however, with diminished numbers the SRMS XC team preserved.

The 7th boys and girls ran together in one race of 2 miles.  The Apache 7th ladies had practiced a 2 mile course before so they were ready.  The event was not scored for middle school teams nor individuals.  The 7th race had a field of 44 girls and 74 boys.

The Apache 7th ladies times were as follows:  Yaretzi Escobar medaled at 14th with time of 17:26, followed by Danna Ortega in 16th with a time of 17:53, Dianiley Vega 19:48, Yazmin Enriquez 19:56, Bailey Castro 20:11, Bella Patel 20:53, Yaretzi Rosas 21:35, Joceline Rosales 21:38, and Amy Medina at 27:54.

The Apache 7th boys times were as follows: Juan Ledesma Ayon with a 16:53 in the 2 mile course and Elian Escobar Humaran at 22:05.

The 8th grade Apaches had a 2 mile course and ran boys and girls together.  The ladies had a field of 38 and the boys had a total 59 runners.

At the sound of the gun, the Apache runners knew that the top 15 would medal, so they did not delay as they tore up the course.

Evelin Tarango Duque turned in an impressive 16: 27 and was not going to be denied a medal.  The Apache ladies in queue were as follows:

Grace Diazdeleon in 19th at 17:18, Jessica Diazdeleon 18:45, Yvanna Rivera 18:50, Alea Diaz 19:58, and Jacqueline Hager 31:06.

The Apache 8th boys fielded 5 for a team score but the race was not scored.  The boys battled the competition today in this order:

Jose Escobar placed 22nd with a time of 13:42,  Cain Ortiz in 36th with 14:47, Marco Rivas 15:01, Brandon Ailon 15:51, and Benjamyn Brockett with 16:08.

The SRMS Apaches battled the stiffest competition yet and still gave it their best. For all 7th graders this was their PR because it was their first 2 mile official race and will do a 2 mile course in Ulysses on Sept. 20th.  As for the 8th graders, ALL Apache ladies turned in Personal Record today.  The boys that PRed today were Brandon Ailon Velasquez, Marco Rivas,and Cain Ortiz.

Great Job Apaches.

 

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