Third graders have been working hard this week on writing letters to someone they know. They have learned the correct way to write a letter as well as address an envelope. To finish off the unit, we took a trip to the post office to mail our letters and learn about how our mail system works!
The junior high Tigers track team traveled to Smith-Cotton on April 15. They competed hard and did very well. In the discus throw, Wyatt Brosch threw 30.13m and extended his junior high school record. Jared Owens threw 23.59m and has the second spot on the top 5 list. Mason Miles threw 20.49m in his debut and Matthew Sharp threw 21.13m for his first meet. In the 100m dash, Matthew Sharp ran 15.22s in his first race. Mason Miles ran 14.49s in his debut to place 3rd on the GR middle school top 5. Wyatt Brosch ran 13.22 to win his heat as well as place 1st on the GRJH top 5. In the mile, Jared Owens ran a personal record of 6:03. Jared is 3rd on the GRJH top 5. Callie Knoernschild ran 7:28 to PR by 30 seconds. Callie is currently 3rd on the top 5 list. Rylee Donaldson ran 7:05 to PR by 23 seconds. This performance also places Rylee in 1st on the GRJH top 5 list. Great work, Tigers!
GR baseball news: Green Ridge lost to Knob Noster 5-2 Friday evening. Landon Mason threw 4 innings and gave up 1 earned run. Landon also had two hits and scored the only two runs. Said Coach Boise of the team, “We came out to play tonight and I’m happy with the progress we have made throughout four games.”
Here is a GR8 Softball update: Varsity got their first conference win of the season last night against Tipton. We were able to stay ahead the whole game thanks to quality at bats throughout the whole lineup. Addie Berry went 5 for 6 at the plate and Kailyn Hoos and Bailey Perkins both went 3 for 4. Freshman Grace Warner made her first varsity appearance at the mound to finish the game and receive the save. The final score was 16-11. JV also pulled out a win with a score of 7-6. We had big RBI hits from Ava Needy, Ashley Martin, and Kaelyn Ray. Way to go, Lady Tigers!
It’s National Library Week! Show your local library some love and thank your librarians for all that they do for our students and community. Mrs. Dove goes above and beyond to support reading and literacy, as well as STEAM in the STEAM Lab! We celebrate you this week, Mrs. Dove!
Boys Golf Results: At the golf match at Cole Camp on Thursday, our boys all had personal best scores. Logan Dove: 56 (Personal Best) Sam Verbovshchuk 54 (Personal Best) Shane Meyer: 54 (Personal Best) Ace Bodenhamer: 57 (Personal Best) We improved our team score by over 30 strokes. The team shot a 253 at Marshall on Wednesday and then turned around on Thursday at Cole Camp and shot a team score of 221. Sam and Shane tied for 11th place in the Quad Meet. Coach Doane commented, "I'm excited to see the hard work the boys are putting in at practice translate to the course. Each match we are gaining valuable experience for the future."
The GR softball team had a tough loss against a successful Warsaw team Tuesday night. Coach Schmidli stated, "While we struggled to keep up on defense, we had several girls who took good quality at bats." In the varsity game Addie Berry, Maria Heuman, Matti Mergen, and Kayley Goodman each had a RBI in the 3rd inning to score our only runs. Our JV team had a good team win. "We saw some good swings from Anna Stilfield, Grace Warner, Zakiyah Morse, Ava Needy, Ashlee Martin, Kaelyn Ray, and Cheyenne Hoard," commented Coach Schmidli. We will start conference play against Windsor tonight in Windsor at 5:00.
GR8 Golf Results: On Tuesday, Logam Dove placed 7th place in the Tri with Windsor and Concordia. Wednesday, the golf team improved their overall team score by 11 strokes. Kameron Hoos shot the lowest score for the team. This was a quad match against Helias, Smith Cotton, and Marshall. The golf team plays at Cole Camp today. Coach Doane stated, "I am looking forward to seeing the growth of each player as this team continues to improve!"
Sports Physicals are April 21-22.
Our GR8 Lady Tigers softball team had a 9-5 win over Butler last night to advance to 3-1 on the season. Sophomore Bailey Perkins led us in the circle and finished with 7 strikeouts. On offense, Kailyn Hoos stepped up with a big hit double followed by a triple. Maria Heuman and Dalaney Perkins also hit long ones to the fence for a triple and Kayley Goodman put the ball in play going 3 for 4 at the plate. Coach Schmidli states, "We still have a lot of room to grow, but we’re starting off the season strong." We take on Warsaw tonight night at home.
The JH Track team competed in their first meet of the season Friday. In the 100m dash was Wyatt Brosch with a time of 14.56s placing 16th. In the discus throw was Wyatt Brosch with a distance of 23.4m placing 7th and Jared Owens with a distance of 21.4m placing 9th. In the Girls mile was Rylee Donaldson with a time of 7:28 placing 15th and Callie Knoernschild with a time of 7:58 placing 21st. In the Boys mile was Jared Owens running a time of 6:04 and placing 5th and Mason Miles running a time of 7:09 and placing 15th.
Reminder! NO SCHOOL Friday, April 2 & Monday, April 5. Enjoy this time with your family!
Here is an update for our Baseball and Softball games today: Baseball in Leeton-First Pitch at 4:30 Softball in Bulter-First Pitch at 4:30