Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - February 13, 2019 12:02 pm

The Eisenhower Warrior 7B basketball team took on Dodge City Comanche and
came away with a 32-25 victory. The kids played hard last night. I was very
proud of their effort. Jackson Dodge and Daniel Pavia each started for the
first time this year and did an amazing job. Also Gus Hink had a really
good game coming off the bench scoring and rebounding the basketball. Next
Tuesday February 19 the Warriors will be playing their make-up game against
Kenneth Henderson at the Warrior gym.

Leading scorers- Jackson Dodge 9pts, Jose Relles 7pts, Gus Hink 5pts


SRMS results from Dodge City Comanche Tuesday night –


Seymour Rogers had their best showing on the offensive end of the floor all
season with ball movement and cutting. Kaelon Stevenson lead the way for
the Apaches with 7 points. Fabian Escamilla also scored 4 points and did a
great job pushing the ball up the floor. Seymour Rogers hung with them
tight in the 1st half, but struggled getting back on defense throughout the
game. Dodge City Comanche ran the Apaches into the ground in the 2nd half.
Seymour lost 50-18

8B – from Coach Richards –
The first half of our game was slow going, with only some key stops on
defense to keep the first quarter at 6-0 Comanche. However the second
quarter saw an 11-0 run from Comanche. The second half was more of a fight
with Oscar Valverde scoring 6 points, Emmanuel Coranado scoring 4, and the
rest of the team playing better on defense. SRMS lost 34-15 but had some
fight in the end.

7th Grade – Coach Miles
The 7th A basketball team traveled to Dodge City on Tuesday to play the
Coyotes. 7th A started the game 4-0 with 4 quick points by Erek Lira.
Comanche then picked up the pace and outscored Liberal 15-4 to end the
first quarter. The Apaches struggled to score in the 2nd and went into
halftime down 24-9. In the second half Dodge City switched defenses and
Apaches struggled to get into any offense. Dodge City outscored Seymour
21-2 in the 3rd quarter and the final was 51-16 Comanche.

7th B started out fast against Dodge City. Apaches went up 7-0 after 1
quarter and ended the half blanking Dodge city to lead 13-0. Isaiah Guinn
had 9 points at halftime. Dodge City finally got on the board in the third
quarter but the Apaches kept the pressure and the score up. Apaches led
21-1 after 3. Emptying their bench the Apaches scored only 2 points in the
4th to end the game 23-5. Apaches will play KH Thursday at home.

Monday Scholar’s Bowl

The Warrior Scholars Bowl team traveled to Hays last night to participate
in the Hays Invitational. It was a tough night for both teams but it was a
great learning experience. The Junior Varsity team consisting of Melissa
Lujan, Parker Brown, Tia Lenear, Katrin Flores, Rosa Kendal, and Captain
Stephanie Cruz placed 10th out of 12 teams for the evening. The top scorers
were Parker Brown with 100 points, Tia Lenear with 55 points, Katrin Flores
with 45 points, Stephnie Cruz with 30 points, Melissa Lujan with 20 points.
This team did face Seymour Rogers and they won with a score of 80 to 45.
The Varsity team consisted of Hudson Brown, Seth Whitaker, Brooks
Kappleman, Katie Classen, Kyler Sheldon, and Captain Mana Chanthasone.
They placed 5th out of 12 teams for the evening. The top scorers were
Hudson Brown with 70 points, Seth Whitaker with 60 points, Katie Classen
with 60 points, Mana Chanthasone with 35 points, Brooks Kapplemann with 20
points, and Kyler Sheldon with 20 points. The team will travel to Meade on
Thursday to participate in their Invitational.


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