Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - February 6, 2019 12:08 pm

The Warriors took on the Holcomb longhorns Monday night and came away with a
convincing victory by a score of 35-5.

Leading scorers- Cameron Heronumus 8pts, Erick Arriagia 8pts, Ryan Mein 7pts

Leading rebounder- Daniel Pavia 5reb, Ryan Mein 5reb


Monday night the EMS Scholars Bowl team traveled to Sublette to compete
against 10 teams. Both teams did a great job against some good teams. The
Junior Varsity consisted of Pedro Navarrette, Izabel Lopez, Javier Nava,
Erik Lopez, Abbie Foreman and Captain Eduardo Marquez. The team had 5 wins
and 4 losses for the evening. The top scorers were Eduardo Marquez with a
total of 205 points, Izabel Lopez with 70 points, and Abbie Foreman with 50
points. The team ended 4th for the evening. The Varsity team consisted of
Mario Sosa, Tia Lenear, Seth Whitaker, Parker Brown, Kihara Amparan, and
Captain Tommy McClure. The team had 5 wins and 4 losses for the evening.
The top scorers were Mario Sosa with 10 points, Kihara Amparan with 10
points, Parker Brown with 40 points, Tommy McClure with 50 points, Tia
Lenear with 75 points, and Seth Whitaker with 265 points. The team ended
in a three way tie for 4th place. The team will travel today to Ulysses.

Tuesday night the Warrior Scholars Bowl team traveled to Ulysses to
participate in their annual Scholars Bowl meet. There were a total of 24
teams divided into 4 pools. The JV team faced some challenging teams and
had 1 win and 4 losses for the night. The team consisted of Rosa Kendall.,
Melissa Lujan, Toby Headrick, Katrin Flores, Tia Lenear, and Captain
Stephanie Cruz. The leading scores for the evening were Katrin Flores with
90 points, Toby Headrick with 45 points, Stephanie Cruz with 40 points,
Melissa Lujan with 30 points, and Tia Lenear with 20 points. The Varsity
team consisted of Hudson Brown, Seth Whitaker, Brooks Kappelmann, Kyler
Sheldon, Parker Brown, and Captain Mana Chanthasone. The leading scores
for the evening were Seth Whitaker with 185 points, Hudson Brown with 100
points, Brooks Kappelmann with 100 points, Mana Chanthasone with 80 points,
Kyler Sheldon with 45 points, and Parker Brown with 10 points. The team
had 5 wins and 0 losses in pool play. The went against some really good
teams and the only loss was from Lakin. The Varsity team brought home a
3rd place finish. The will travel to Hays and Meade next week.

Daniel C. Minde


8th Grade A Team – from Coach Shelby
Seymour Rogers came out playing their best defense of the season holding
Guymon to a season low 19 points in the 1st half. Eric Marin hit a 3 early
in the 3rd to cut Guymon’s lead to 12. Shortly afterwards, Guymon put the
press on and went on a huge run. They ended up winning the game by over

8th B Team – From Coach Richards –
SRMS lost 45-29 last night against a good team, but we held our own
throughout the second half. Christian Loza hit the first half court 3
point shot to end the first quarter to be up 10-7. Loza also had the two
point shot in the 4th quarter when Guymon did not realize we were in
bounding on their hoop side. Daniel Rios fouled out playing tough defense
the entire game, Emmanule Corranado hit a 3 pointer to keep us in the game
and Tre Dinkins got 2 points. It was a full team effort and the guys had
fun last night

Dedre Schneider



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