Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - March 2, 2020 9:29 am

The Eisenhower Warrior 7th Grade A- team conclude the MSWAC season in
Garden City with a 4th place finish.
Playing Dodge Comanche for the second time in three days the Warriors
could not overcome turnovers and missed opportunities. Coach Babinec
stated, “We battled the whole game and with 90 seconds left in the game had
multiple chances to take control but could not capitalize.
Uriel Ortiz sparked the Warriors with a strong second half scoring all of
his team high 9 points. Alex Schwindt, in both games played an aggressive
defense that kept us in the games.   The Warriors fell short in game one
The second game was very much like the first game. The Warriors played good
at times, but turnovers, forced shots and missed opportunities continued to
plague them. Final score to Great Bend was 34-28.
Line score for the first game against Dodge Comanche:
Uriel Ortiz 9, Jadon Sautter 7, Breton Spikes 5, Alfonso Relles 3, Alex
Schwindt 2 and Xavier Porras 1.
Line Score for game two against Great Bend:
Breton Spikes 9, Uriel Ortiz 5, Alex Scwindt & Alfonso relles 4, Cruz
Navarrete & Jadon Sautter 2.
On Saturday the 7th grade B-team boys competed in the MSWAC basketball
tournament held in Garden City. The Warriors were the third seed in the
tournament and they ended up playing the second seed Horace Good. At the
end of the first half the score was tied 19-19. In the second half the
Warriors fought hard and came away with a 40-36 point victory over Horace
Good. Landon Martinez had 19 points and Marco Alonso had 10 rebounds.
In the championship game the Warriors played the Hays Falcons. The Warriors
came out strong ending the first half with a 24-12 lead. Hays started to
make a run during the second half, but the Warriors remained poised and
were able to come away with a 46-39 point victory to be crowned 7B MSWAC
basketball champions. Landon Martinez had 15 points, and Giezi Gonzalez
scored 12 points. This is the first Eisenhower Warriors boys basketball
MSWAC championship. They finished with a 12-2 record and the are coached by
Tiff Bottum.
7A from Coach Kachel

SRMS 7th grade A basketball team ended their season at the MSWAC tournament in Garden City on Saturday with a 6th place finish. The Apaches started the day with a win over the DCMC Cardinals 34-22. Leading scorers for the Apaches was Jakyree Washington with 14 points and Abel Aguirre with 6.

In the second game SRMS led at half 17-16, but good shooting for Horace Good Middle School left the Apaches short in their last game. Final score 22-41
7B from Coach Richards
Despite losing to Great Bend in our first game 22-15 we ended up fighting the whole way.  We only allowed Great Bend 3 points the entire first half and another minute going into the 3rd quarter.  Alexis Galindo was our top scorer for the game and was the reason we went into overtime by hitting his free throw.  This was the best game as a team all season.

SRMS won  against Comanche 30-18 with the whole team contributing on both offense and defense.  Brian Gallegos started the game with 2 points and Alex Korner ended it with 2.  Alexis Gallindo was our top scorer with 9 points and hit a 3, and Angel Soto came in with 7 points, Sergio Aguilar with 2, and Junior King with 7 points.  All players helped out to end our season on a high note.

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