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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - January 30, 2023 6:29 am

From Coach James Babinec

Saturday the Eisenhower Warriors Boys 7th A team paired up against Hays and Great Bend.

In the first match up against Hays the Warriors started slowly trailing by 13 at the half. After switching up the defense in the 3rd, Eisenhower held the Falcons scoreless throughout the 3rd only to give up a desperation shot at the buzzer. The Warriors continued to play strong defensively in the fourth, but the opening half deficit proved too much to overcome. Hays won the game 31-22.

Ethan Olmstead led the Warriors with 9 pts followed by Kye Morris 6, Kale Miller 3 with Bren Kappelmann and Adrain Gonzales adding to a piece.

The second game against Great Bend saw the Warriors take control in the first quarter leading 11-0. A free throw early in the second gave the Warriors a 12-0 lead. Great Bend then began to chip away throughout each quarter, narrowing the lead until finally in the fourth taking the lead for the first time at 29-28. The momentum shift and foul trouble late in the fourth paved the way for the Panthers to pull away from the Warriors. Final tally was Great Bend 43 and the Warriors 29.

The Warriors were schedule to play at Garden City Kenneth Henderson on Monday.  It was postponed because Garden City canceled school Monday.


7A from Coach Olvera – 

The Seymour Rogers 7th Grade Basketball A-team played this Saturday  against Great Bend (Panthers) and Hays (Falcons). In the first game, the Apaches started off with great energy attempting to score against the Panthers. Prince Collins opened the scoring by shooting  a three point shot, followed by  Christopher Marin who made a layup making two more points, and Aaron Munoz who scored three more points by shooting another three point shot. The Apaches ran great offense and defense throughout the game. However, the game ended 24-37 in favor of the Panthers.

In the second game against the Falcons, the Apaches were playing great offense and defense trying to win the game. Once again Marin scored the first two points by shooting a shot from the right angle, followed by Munuz making a layup and scoring two more points. In the second half the Apaches started to slow down giving more opportunities to the Falcons to score against the Apaches leaving the final score in favor of the Falcons 11-35.

8A from Coach Sniff – 
Saturday the Seymour Rogers Apaches took on Hays and Great Bend. We started the day off very slow against Hays only putting up 6 points for the contest and losing the game 6 to 36. Our defense got better throughout the contest but we weren’t able to get the offense rolling.

The second game of the day was a much better showing for the Apaches although the final score may not reflect it. The Apaches had moments of very good defensive play causing confusion and turnovers for Great Bend. Our offense still struggled though with us only putting up 23 points. We lost the contest 23 to 41.

8B from Coach Castanon – 

The Seymour Rogers 8th grade basketball B-team played Great Bend on Saturday. The boys started the first quarter playing well. They improved tremendously on the defensive side. The game was relatively close up until the end of the third quarter. Great Bend went on a 12-3 run in the fourth. The final score was 32-10.

The Seymour Rogers 8th grade basketball B-team played Hays on Saturday. The first quarter started very similarly to the first game playing well defensively. The second quarter took a turn and Hays won that quarter 20-5. A lot of those points were off turnovers. This is definitely an area that we need to improve on. Final score was 40-14.



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