Middle School Results
Joe Denoyer - February 22, 2019 3:59 pm
Last night the 7 grade A team played their final regular season game
against the Apaches. The Apache’s came to play and kept the game close
throughout. The Warriors, however, shot 78% from the charity line taking
the lead late in the game and held off an Apache charge.
Defensively we saw several step it up making key plays.. Brooks Kappelman
sprawling out on the floor for a loose ball and getting it to a
teammate…. Mehki Husky and Kevin Riveria, both with intensive defensive
plays to get the ball back offensively. Zayden Nartinez was pivital
under the basket taking missed shots and finishing off with easy put backs.
We created mistakes throughout the game that kept the Apache’s motivation
up, especially a rival game. Give them credit for pushing the game to the
end. Final score 29-27 EMS Warriors.
Leading the scoring for the Warriors included Zayden Martinez with 13,
Mehki Husky 5 , MJ Foster 4, Carson Chamberlain, Kevin Riveria and Seth
Michel 2 and Brooks Kappelmann 1.
The Warriors finished the 2019 MSWAC campaign 4-3 in league play.
Tournament play begins next Thursday and concludes Saturday.
Last night the Eisenhower 7B basketball team took on their cross town rival
Seymour Apaches. The guys fought hard the entire game and came away with a
25-9 victory. The 7B basketball team has concluded the regular season 10-0
and will be the top seed next week for competeting in the MSWAC basketball
tournament next week in Garden City.
Leading Scorers- Fidel Avila 12pts
Lead rebounder- Jackson Dodge 6 rebounds
*8B from Coach Richards *
SRMS had a great game against our rival Eisenhower. Oscar Valverde was our
top scorer with 8 points, Nick Freeman Scored 2, Daniel Rios 4, and the
whole team did a nice job with a press defense the entire game. The boys
came back from an 18-13 deficit, going on a 7 point run to take the lead.
they just came up short losing 23-24 at the very end. The team knows
what to do going into the tournament for next week and should be able to
pull a win or two there.
*8A from Coach Shelby*
In the Seymour Rogers vs Eisenhower game, Seymour was feeling confident in
the locker room and excited to have so many fans in the stands. Then
Eisenhower won the tip and came down the court and hit a 3. Seymour was
deflated, but was able to hang around in the 1st quarter down 9-1. Coach
Shelby then made a rookie mistake and tried to put the press on in the 2nd
quarter. Eisenhower was too quick and jumped out to a huge lead. Seymour
played extremely hard in the 2nd half. Cristian Loza made the most of his
last home game, shooting the ball at least 10 times in the 4th quarter,
making a three.
The Warrior Scholars Bowl team traveled to Hugoton last night to
participate in their Scholars Bowl tournament. The Junior Varsity team
consisted of Izabel Lopez, Mario Sosa, Eduardo Marquez, Rosa Kendall, Pedro
Navarrette, and Captain Tia Lenear. The team with 3 and 3 for the
evening. The leading scorers for the evening were Mario Sosa with 100
points, Tia Lenear with 70 points, Eduardo Marquez with 20 points, Rosa
Kendall with 20 points, and Izabel Lopez with 10 points. The Varsity team
consisted of Adolfo Almaraz, Stephanie Cruz, Katrin Flores, Tommy McClure,
Melissa Lujan, and Captain Katie Classen. The leading scorers for the
evening were Katie Classen with 160 points, Tommy McClure with 100 points,
Katrin Flores with 40 points, Stephanie Cruz with 30 points, Melissa Lujan
with 20 points, and Adolfo Almaraz with 10 points. The team went 5 and 1
in pool play and made it to bracket play to earn 1st place in the
tournament for the evening. The Warriors will participate next in our home
tournament on February 26 starting at 4:00.