Athletic Events for 9/20: Junior High Volleyball @ Stover in Old High School Gym starting at 5:30. JV and Varsity Volleyball @ Stover in the Dome starting at 5:30. HS Soccer @ Stover starting at 5:30. Junior High Soccer against Stover is postponed. Junior High Soccer will have their first game on 9/22, at home, against Sacred Heart. Good Luck Tigers!
Lady Tigers struggled controlling the ball Monday night as both JV and Varsity suffered losses to the Osceola Indians. In the JV match, Abby Warner and Kayden Box each served for 5 aces and Jellisa Atwood finished with 4 kills in 2-set loss 20-25, 16-25 against tough blocking Osceola front-row. In the Varsity game, Lady Tigers struggled on serve-receive and never figured out how to defend the angle-shot from the Lady Indians strong serving and sharp-angle- hitting offense. Losing in 4 sets, 14-25, 15-25, 25-19, 21-25, Lady Tigers were led offensively by Nevaeh Washington's 13 kills. Kayley Goodman added 7 kills and 4 aces. Lady Tigers are now 6-4-1 and return to Kaysinger action tonight as they travel Stover to take on the Lady Bulldogs.
Come out to support Tiger Volleyball tonight! The Lady Tigers are battling district foes Osceola, with the JV contest starting at 5:30. Good Luck Tigers!
Lady Tigers won their first Kaysinger matchup last week pounding on the Windsor Greyhounds for the 3-set Victory 25-13, 25-11, 25-15. Nevaeh Washington took charge on offense serving 10 aces and slamming down 11 kills. Joining the offense was Emery Cannon with 5 kills and 2 aces. Matti Mergen tallied 5 aces and 14 assists and grabbed 5 digs. Santana Rivas and Kayley Goodman each chipped in 4 kills of their own. Lady Tigers are 6-3-1 this season and are starting off 1-0 in Kaysinger play. Tonight, Lady Tigers take the court in a non-Kaysinger match against district rival Osceola. Game time is 5:30 with the JV match playing first followed by varsity. Hey Rah Tigers!
The JH Volleyball Team had a busy day in Lincoln Saturday! A Total of 12 Sets were played and the team improved with each game. The A team went 4-3 and the B team went 2-3. Alayna Brosch led the A team with 9 Kills & 10 Aces for the day, Aliya Edington followed with 4 Kills, Maggie Reed contributed 3 Kills and 3 Aces & LC Box added 4 aces. Whitney Rupe led the B team with 5 Aces and Ariana Burton added 2 more Aces. As this is just the beginning, we are excited to see these girls grow throughout the season. JH plays in Stover @ 5:30 on Tuesday Night and At home against Sacred Heart @ 5:30 Thursday night in the little gym. We hope to see you there!
The Green Ridge FBLA put in a hard day's work running the games for the annual Harvest Fun Fest. We had a blast getting to interact with so many people in our GR8 community!
Congratulations to Junior, Kaelyn Ray and Senior, Stetson Mahin on making it into the All-District Choir! As well as congratulations to Juniors, Isabel Knoernschild and Lillie Cox who made it into the Treble Choir after today’s auditions! Everyone will be performing Saturday, October 22 at Oak Grove High School! Great singing today Tigers!
GR8 Admin team treated our GR family to dinner. We just finished week #4 and we thought we'd celebrate! It's a great day to be a 🐅!
Tiger Soccer Opens up their Home schedule tonight at 5:30 against Crocker! The Varsity Tigers are looking to improve their record to 3-3. Tonight is a Varsity only evening. We will not have a concession stand, so please plan accordingly. Good Luck Tigers!
Green Ridge Volleyball will open up Kaysinger Conference play this evening at Windsor! The order of contests will be Junior High "A", Junior High "B"- Junior High will play a total of four sets, Junior Varsity, and then Varsity. The first match starts at 5:00 p.m. and all matches will be in the High School Gym. GO TIGERS!
Our GR8 8th grade students are learning about symbolism in Ms. Tylar's class. They are working on a symbolism project. Families with 8th grade students, ask your student what they are learning about symbolism!
Parents, guardians, and students: We have some news! There have been recent discussions about hats being worn in school. Students and teachers have both weighed in with their opinions on the issue. Therefore, after much deliberation, we have made the decision to allow students to wear ball caps, stocking caps, and beanies to school and during school. With this exciting news, we have a few rules for students to follow. First, students' ears should always be visible to teachers throughout the day--the hat cannot cover the ears. Second, students may not wear hoods. Third, hats worn cannot be a disruption to learning. If the hat becomes a distraction to the student or others they will be asked to remove their hat for the day. Lastly, teachers may occasionally ask for students to remove their hats for various reasons, including during the Pledge of Allegiance. If asked to remove their hat, students should oblige. Enjoy wearing your headgear!
Reminder: Boys & Girls Club is CLOSED on Monday, September 12 for their professional development.
Our GR8 volleyball team is on their way to Cape Girardeau for the Dig for Life Tournament! GO TIGERS! You make us proud!
Green Ridge Soccer opened their season with a 5-3 loss to the host Clinton Cardinals in the Clinton Invitational tournament. Raul Rameriz opened the scoring for Green Ridge on an assist from Shane Meyer on a direct kick. Lucas Mason netted 2 goals for the Tigers on assists from Kamryn Hoos and Ryan Hagedorn. The Tigers will play St. Pauls on Friday, and Paseo Academy Saturday to wrap up tournament play.
Junior Varsity couldn't get the momentum rolling in their favor to start the night with a 2-set loss 22-25, 14-25. Sophomores Jellisa Atwood and Abby Warner each served for 2 aces a piece in the match that didn't see much Lady Tiger offense. Varsity Lady Tigers were dealt their first loss of the season by Santa Fe Lady Chiefs. Chief's offense pounded the ball from all areas of the net keeping our Lady Tigers scrambling in the 3-set loss 16-25, 17-25, 15-25. Senior middle hitter Kelsey Buxton played a finesse match leading the Tiger's offense and defense at the net with 4 kills and 3 blocks. Junior outside hitter Nevaeh Washington chipped in 5 kills. Senior Matti Mergen finished with 3 aces, 6 assists, and also led the defense with 12 digs. Lady Tigers travel to Crest Ridge Thursday night to continue the fight. Then they will be leaving Friday morning for the Dig For Life Tournament in Cape Girardeau where the Varsity Lady Tigers will battle it out with 44 other teams! Hey Rah Tigers!
Green Ridge Soccer Opens their season tonight at the Clinton Tournament. The Tigers will be playing against Clinton at 7:00 p.m. The soccer field is located at Clinton Middle School- 600 E Clinton St, Clinton, MO 64735. Good Luck Tigers!
Road work on Hwy 52 starts today, and we will need to take a different route to Clinton for the Soccer tournament. Green Ridge High School will be taking Hwy 2 (west) to Route J (south) into Calhoun, then west on 52 to Clinton. Thank you all.
Athletic Update for the week of 9/6: 9/6 Volleyball travels to Santa Fe for JV and Varsity Matches. JV starts at 5:00 p.m. 9/7 Soccer travels to the Clinton Tournament to play Clinton. Game time is 7:00 p.m. 9/8 Volleyball travels to Crest Ridge for a JV and Varsity night. Game time for JV is 5:00 p.m. 9/9 Soccer travels to Clinton to play St. Paul Lutheran. Game time is 5:00 p.m. Volleyball travels to Cape Girardeau for the "Dig for Life" Tournament. First game is at 5:20 p.m. 9/10 Cross Country is at Knob Noster for the Knob Noster Meet. Running starts at 8:30 a.m. Soccer plays Paseo at the Clinton Tournament. Game starts at 10:00 a.m. Volleyball is at "Dig for Life". Good Luck Tigers!