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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - January 28, 2019 12:52 pm

Here is info from Sena Hough, SRMS Scholar’s Bowl Coach –

Seymour Rogers Middle School Scholar’s Bowl travelled to Dodge City for a tournament on Jan. 29th. We took two teams of five students with 1 alternate. After a short delay getting started, SRMS Team #1 finished preliminary rounds with a record of 4 wins and 1 loss which allowed us to move on to the quarter final round. In the quarter final round, we lost to Hays Middle School. SRMS #2 finished preliminary rounds with no wins. Lucy Silverio was our top scorer with 60 total points for the evening.

Tuesday night the Warrior Scholars Bowl team traveled to Dodge City Middle
School. There were a total of 22 teams that participated in this meet
which is the largest we have gone to this year. The Junior Varsity team
which consisted of Mario Sosa, Rosa Kendall, Melissa Lujan, Stephanie Cruz,
Izabel Lopez, and Captain Tommy McClure went 3-2 in pool play and lost in
the quarterfinals. The leading scores of the evening were Stephanie Cruz
with 80 points, Tommy McClure with 70 points, and Melissa Lujan with 30
points. The Varsity team which consisted of Katrin Flores, Hudson Brown,
Brooks Kapplemann, Seth Whitaker, Kyler Sheldon, and Captain Mana
Chanthasone went 3-2 in pool play. The leading scorers were Seth Whitaker
with 100 points, Hudson Brown with 60 points, Brooks Kappelmann with 40
points and Mana Chanthasone with 40 points. This was a challenging meet
but both teams did very well.

Daniel C. Minde

Last night the EMS Scholars Bowl traveled to Deerfield to compete against Deerfield, Rolla, and Moscow Middle schools.  The Junior Varsity team consisted of Tommy McClure, Parker Brown, Kihara Amparan, Tia Lenear, Emmanuel Garcia and Captain Savannah Bigham.  The top scorers of the evening were Parker Brown with 120 points, Tommy McClure with 115 points, Tia Lenear with 50 points and Emmanuel Garcia with 10 points. The collectively answered a total of 35 out of 112 questions. The team went 4-2 for the night.  The Varsity team consisted of Hudson Brown, Adolfo Almaraz, Katie Classen, Stephanie Cruz, Melissa Lujan, and Captain Mana Chanthasone.  The top scorers of the evening were Katie Classen with 140 points, Mana Chantasone with 110 points, Hudson Brown with 45 points, Adolfo Almaraz with 20 points and Stephanie Cruz with 10 points.  They collectively answered a total of 34 questions out of 112 questions correctly. The team went 5 – 1 for the evening.  The most exciting part of the evening came with both teams faced off against each other.  At the end of the regular match, both teams were tied and it took 6 tie-breaker questions in order for the Varsity team to be declared the winner of the round.  At the end of the evening, the Varsity team placed 2nd and the Junior Varsity team placed 3rd.  This was a great showing of both teams placing at this meet.  Our work isn’t done as we travel tonight to Dodge City to go against some more really great teams.  The coaches are extremely proud of both teams and the hard work they exhibited last night.
Daniel C. Minde

7th A started the day off against Great Bend. Great Bend started the game
off quick and built a quick lead against Seymour in the first quarter. The
Apaches were without one of its starters DeLaCruz due to an illness.
Seymour got in foul trouble early and was never able to recover. Erek Lira
picked up 3 quick fouls in the first couple minutes and had to sit the rest
of the half. Great Bend built a 22-5 lead at Halftime. The second half
started without much scoring and Apaches struggled to score the rest of the
way. Great Bend ended up winning the game 37-9.

In the second game of the day Apaches went up against a power in Hays. The
game started out slow in a 2-2 tie midway through the first before Hays
found its groove. Hays ended the quarter 2-12. The Apaches found some
offense in the second quarter but still trailed by 19 at the half. Apaches
went with different lineups to try and find offense but the Hays defense
was too tough. Hays would go on to win the game 13-41.

Dedre Schneider

Here are the highlights of the SRMS 8th grade games on Saturday –

8th grade A Team
Hays
Seymour held an 8-6 lead early in the 2nd quarter before Hays went on a run
to take a 13 point lead into half. Hays ended up winning 52-20. Julian
Umana scored a career high 6 points. Eddy Visoso also scored his first
career A point

Great Bend
Seymour came out flat and never recovered losing 52-12. AB Amador scores
his career A point.

8th Grade B Team
Against Hays SRMS lost 56-15 but improved greatly on our offense and
defense. Daniel Rios and Oscar Valverde were our top scorers for that
game.

Against Great Bend SRMS had the lead at half 11-8, and kept the game close
till the end. Christian Loza and Oscar Valverde hit the most 3 pointers
for the game and Oscar was the top scorer with 10 points. Hard loss but a
great game losing 33-24.

Dedre Schneider

On Saturday the Eisenhower 7B Warrior basketball team took on Hays and
Great Bend over at Prairie View Elementary.
Game one the Warriors took on a tough Hays team. At the end of the
first quarter Hays had jumped out to an 11-4 lead. The Warriors started to
calm down and play good defense in the second quarter. At the end of the
second quarter the score was Hays 14 Warriors 13.
In the second half the game was back and forth. Jose Relles made some
key baskets in the third quarter and Fidel Avila created a lot of turnovers
in the quarter. At the end of the third quarter Hays still held the lead
26-24.
In the fourth quarter the Warriors took control of the game. Fidel
Avila erupted for 9 points in the quarter and Daniel Pavia came off the
bench and had four seals in the quarter. The Warriors ended up defeating
Hays by a score of 40-35.Leading Scorers:
Jose Relles 14pts
Fidel Avila 13ptsLeading Rebounder:
Jackson Dodge 5rebSteals:
Fidel Avila 8

In game two versus Great Bend the Warriors struggled in the first half and
at half time of the game the Warriors had a 9-8 lead. The Warriors played
a better second half and came away with a 30-24 victory.

Leading Scorer:
Fidel Avila 8pts
Jose Relles 6pts
Angel Real 5pts

Leading Rebounder:
Jose Relles 7reb
Gus Hink 4reb

 

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