GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2015

GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2015

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Sports Performance will be offered for all athletes not in a winter sport through Christmas break.  It will be offered on Mondays and Thursdays from 4-5:00 p.m. in the Warehouse.  You should change in the weight room locker rooms and take all your things with you over to the Warehouse.  If there are questions, contact Coach Clark or Coach Smeltzer.  You must have a sports physical and concussion paperwork on file with the Athletic Department before participating.

We will have extended media hours for tutoring TODAY and Wednesday. You can get help, study or just do homework from 3:45-5:00 p.m. You need to be in the media center by 3:45 p.m. any day you attend.

All sophomore student-athletes from any season are encouraged to participate in the Be the Best workshop on January 12th in the auditorium during 2nd period and SRT.  Please sign up before break at the athletic office or with Mr. Kissinger on Thursdays when he is on lunch duty.  This is great morning of activities with fellow student-athletes on current events in sports, leadership activities, integrity and bullying/hazing prevention.  Excuses vs. Excellence?  Choose excellence by participating!

Ski Club packets are still available in Mrs. Clark’s room, 2280.  Make sure to pick yours up! Paperwork and money are due TODAY.

Student ID’s will be honored for non-tournament athletic events at Goshen College. If you want to see a GC athletic event, your GHS student ID is your ticket in!

Student Council will be selling Santa Grams for $1 during lunch this week!  Have them sent to your friends, favorite teachers or significant other during SRT.The guidance office has just received the aspiring nurse scholarship.  If you are going into that field, please stop by the guidance office for more info.

Students – You MUST have an ID to purchase meals/food in the cafeteria.  If you don’t have an ID, please stop by the welcome center and get one BEFORE coming to the cafeteria.

Starting on January, students and staff will no longer be able to deposit money in the cafeteria at breakfast.  Please see the bookkeeper to deposit your money.  Mrs. Haney can accept cash, check, or debit/credit cards. You can also deposit money or check your balance at myschoolbucks.com. After Spring Break, no money will be accepted in the cafeteria.  You will need money on your account to make ANY purchases.

 

MEETINGS DURING SRT:

Tomorrow, during the 2nd session of SRT there will be a call out meeting on the upper deck of the main gym just outside the wrestling room for any boy interested in playing golf. Come and find out more about the boys golf team and the season that will start in March.  No matter what your skill level or golf experience, plan on attending!

 

SPORTS SCORES:

Goshen swam well against Warsaw, and won several races: 200 Individual Medley (Emma Hussey), 100 Butterfly (Jenea Born), 500 Freestyle (Emma Hussey), 100 Breast Stroke (Jenea Born)

Goshen swam well against Warsaw, but came up short. Hudson Kay won diving with a score of 288.20. Goshen placed 2nd in 8 of the remaining 11 events.

The varsity Lady Redskins were handed their second loss of the season Saturday night by the St. Joe Indians, ending with a final score of 56-24. The Redskins led the number four ranked team in class 3A after one quarter. The Indians were able to regain the lead before halftime. The Redskins couldn’t contain the offensive power of the Indians, giving everything they had. The Redskins were led by Kyrie Potter with eight points and five rebounds. Jill Kissinger added six points. Aylissa Trosper had six rebounds while Olivia Love and Alyssa Hershberger had five.

The JV girls basketball team lost to the St. Joe Indians Saturday night, 40-20. The Redskins were led in scoring by Jordan Nemeth with five points. Nyla Dean added six rebounds and four steals.

The varsity Lady Redskins won a tough battle against Wawasee, 47-37. They got out to a 15-6 lead at the end of the first quarter, and stretched the lead to 23-13 at halftime. The Warriors started clawing back in the third quarter before the Redskins were able to pull together and finish the game strong. The Redskins were led by Tahya Bruce’s 11 points, 11 rebound night. The other high scorers were Kyrie Potter with 15, Olivia Love with ten and Ashton Ellis with eight. Aylissa Trosper added five assists on the night.

The JV Lady Redskins were able to hold on to get their first victory in 6 games Friday night over Wawasee, winning 31-29. The Redskins jumped to an eight point lead at halftime, but the Warriors fought back in the 4th quarter. The Redskins were able to hit key free throws to keep the game. They were led by Maggie Gallagher with ten points and 11 rebounds to record her first double-double. Josie Walters contributed six points to the win.

 

IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:

(No events scheduled)