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Middle School Results

Brock Kappelmann - November 1, 2020 10:46 am

The EMS warriors welcomed Lakin and Holcomb to Liberal to host a double dual with SRMS. The Warriors defeated the Lakin Broncos (who only traveled 5 wrestlers ) 81-16 in their first dual of the year. Then the warriors took on a very disciplined and talented Holcomb Longhorns team and traded blows early. However after a Uriel Ortiz Pin at 110lbs the warriors got on a huge roll pinning 5 straight Longhorns and got 10 pins in the next 12 matches to defeat the Longhorns 72-19. Julian Orrantia (80) and Cruz Naverette (95)  both went 2-0 on the day. 7th graders Blayden Betts (115) and Jairo Martinez (180) collected their first varsity mat time and their first pins against Holcomb.


On Thursday th 7th grade Lady Warriors traveled to Garden City to take on
Kenneth Henderson in the first basketball game of the season.  The Lady
Warriors came away with the victory by a score of 36-5.  Leading the way
for the Lady Warriors was:
Aleczis Green 10pt and 8rebounds
Aaliyah Morales 8pts
Kaiden Bryant 6pts and 4rebounds
Kylie Nguyen 5pts
Adamaris Lopez 4pts
Jordyn Sauter 2pts
Jenavee Zuniga 1pt
Next basketball game is not until November 10th when we travel to Hugoton.
Tiffany Bottum
Lady Warriors started the season off with a bang against Kenneth Henderson Middle School @ Garden City!  8B won 20-13 and 8A won 40-17. Zoey Torres led the A team with 30 points. Hannah McCarter had 4 pts, Janaya Devorce, Lexi Miller, Hayleen Martinez had 2 pts. each.–

Nancy Hines

8th Grade Science

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