GHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2016
From Mrs. Pierce: The theme is red-out this week! Because Mrs. Bruder and Mrs. Swihart’s classes are the only ones participating in the 7th period competition we are going to judge a different period this week. 3rd PERIOD is the lucky period! If your teacher e-mails me I will come visit your class!
The boys soccer program is hosting a pork, rice, and bean dinner (chip and salsa included) as a fundraiser this Saturday from 5:00-7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. See any boys soccer player for tickets. Come out for a good dinner with your family and friends and then head out to our girls soccer home game!
The volleyball apparel web store is now available! Items include shirts, sweatshirts, shorts, hats and more. This store is open now and will close at midnight on Sunday, September 18th, so get your items while you can! The link for the store is: http://tinyurl.com/jcasjzy.
Last week the Goshen News and Mayor Stutsman released more information about the Goshen City Council Youth Advisor position. This position will be elected by the GHS student body. If you are a senior and are interested in running for this position, please see Mrs. Clark in room 2280.
IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week: Are you playing high school sports for the pure pleasure of your sport, or are you using your high school experience as a stepping stone to college sports? Getting to the college level can be very challenging. Take football for example. There are 774 college football teams (in all divisions). Most states have anywhere from 200-450 high schools that have a football program. Those numbers show the challenges facing today’s high school athletes who want to move on and play at the college level. This ratio remains about the same, regardless of your sport. The odds are stacked against you. That’s why you should take the time and make the effort to enjoy high school sports. Your sporting days could come to an end at any time!
Any student wanting to apply for free/reduced lunch this school year will need to have the forms filled out and turned in before Monday, September 19th. Forms are available in the main office from Mrs. Haney, the bookkeeper.
Any student interested in doing Merit on the Move should contact their guidance counselor. Merit on the Move is an opportunity to earn a credit you are missing after school with an Apex course. Merit on the Move will start TODAY at 3:45 p.m. in the Apex Lab, room 1060. There are still a few spots open. If you are interested, talk to your counselor ASAP. The class meets Wednesdays and Thursdays after school in the Apex room.
If you missed Herff Jones, they will return TOMORROW from 7:45-8:15 a.m. to take cap and gown/graduation orders. Students, GET YOUR ORDERS IN to avoid late fees!
Football Theme Nights:
- This Friday Red-Out @ Concord
- September 23rd Super Hero @ Warsaw
- September 30th Mardi Gras (Homecoming) vs. Northridge
- October 7th Black-Out (Senior Night) vs. Plymouth
- October 14th Pink-Out (Breast Cancer Awareness) @ Wawasee
Please stop by the commons area outside the main office during lunch if you are interested is speaking to the following:
- TOMORROW Navy
- TOMORROW Grace College
- 9/19 Anderson
- 9/20 Purdue Polytech South Bend
- 9/22 St. Josephs College
- 9/28 Indiana Tech
- 9/29 Manchester University
- 10/5 Saint Mary of the Woods
- 10/6 Baldwin Wallace
- 10/12 Army
- 11/2 Hesston College
- 3/15 Aces Exchange Student Program
The Ultimate Frisbee Club meets after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-5:00 p.m. on the administration field. If you’re interested in learning how to play the sport of Ultimate Frisbee, you can pick up your required paperwork from Mr. Snyder in the choir office, Mr. Brubaker, Lucas Kauffman, or Mrs. Stealy in the main office. The paperwork should be turned in to Lucas Kauffman the first time you attend.
MEETINGS DURING SRT:
Stay In Bounds Ambassadors will have an organizational meeting tomorrow during the 2nd session of SRT in the main gym. Junior student-athletes who have been nominated by a coach will receive an email invitation to come to this informational meeting. Any junior interested who does not receive the email should ask a coach to nominate them. All seniors who were ambassadors last year, as well as those who have spoken with Mr. Kissinger about joining, should also attend.
The boys soccer C team defeated Bethany, 5-0. Goshen goal scorers were Daniel Alvarez (3) and Jaiden Daniels. Goshen assists were Franco Hernandez (2), Saulo Luna and Eduardo Rodriguez.
The boys varsity soccer team defeated Bethany, 5-0. Goshen goal scorers were Adolfo Villegas (2), Marcos Hernandez (2) and Lucas Bontreger. Goshen assists were Juan Castaneda, Chris Garcia and Ciro Aguilar.
The boys cross country team was defeated by Warsaw last night 43-17. Jason Barahona led Goshen placing 4th, followed by Angel Arreola 7th, Sergei Culp 9th, Ben Sommers 11th, Irving Suarez 13th, Jonathon Snyder 14th and Brian Crain 16th.
The girls cross country team was defeated by Warsaw 43-20. Ariana Perez-Diener led Goshen placing 1st, followed by Kirsten Graves 9th, Persis Wade 19th, Yadira Sanchez 23rd, Veronica Qurioz 25th, Brandi Smith 27th and Julieta Walton-Clark 28th.
The Goshen girls golf team finished the regular season losing two matches at McCormick’s Creek in Nappanee. The Lady RedHawks posted a 252 with Olivia Lehr leading the way with a 56, followed by Olivia Thomas posting a 57. Sophia Chupp (68) and first time varsity player, Courtney Sloop (71) rounded out the scoring. Goshen was bested by Jimtown, who had their season low of 198 and Westview, posting a respectable 213.
The girls varsity volleyball team lost to Fairfield 3-1.
The girls JV volleyball team lost to Fairfield 2-1.
The boys tennis team fell to Concord by a score of 2-3, with the final match being decided in a 3rd set tiebreaker. Logan Troyer and Bobby Sessa stayed unbeaten together at 1 doubles and Simon Myers improved to 11-2 at 3 Singles.
IN SPORTS ACTION TODAY:
(No events scheduled)