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Monday, October 23, 2017

Monday, October 23, 2017

Today is a Purple Day.

 

Library Reserved Today: The library is reserved all day today for the Rural Early College meeting. Student assistants will still report to the library during their assigned block. Students may access the library to check in/out materials or work in the testing room (test taking and peer helpers only).

 

ATTENTION ALL ARCHERS—Archery practice will begin on Thursday, October 26 at 6:30 am in the junior high gym.

 

Variety Show—If you are interested in being in the Variety Show, please meet in Mrs. Overfield’s room during Tiger Time Thursday, October 26th. She will be passing out information at that time.

 

Athletic Physicals—If you plan to participate in a winter sport, you must have a physical on file in the athletic office.  If you need a packet, they are available in the front office.  You will not be allowed to participate until the packet is entirely completed.  Please see Ms. Robinson if you have any questions.

 

Senior Information:

Nothing to report

 

Athletic Results

Tiger Runners Compete at Semistate

Hagerstown’s boys’ cross country squad completed its season my placing 16th at the Shelbyville Semistate on Saturday, October 21.  Kaleb Slagle and Logan Tuttle were the top finishers for HHS and for area male athletes, with Slagle placing 57th in 16:34 (26th among individuals from non-advancing teams) and Tuttle placing 61st in 16:37 (29th among individuals from non-advancing teams).  Eli Halcomb finished at 130, Holden Robinson 164, Dylan Napier 166, Seth Richards 171, and Alexander McKee 175. The Tiger’s posted their second-best team average of the year at 17:27. “We were seeded 19th but felt we could do a bit better than that.  Sixteenth was a good finish for us, getting in front of Danville, Pike, New Palestine, and Lincoln.  We performed as well as we could against the incredible competition.  I’m very proud of our seniors and team as a whole. This has been a fun bunch of kids, and I have really enjoyed them,” stated Coach Kent Gray.  This was the Tigers’ fourth-consecutive semi-state appearance following their fourth-consecutive Sectional title and sixth consecutive TEC and Wayne County titles.

 

Top six teams advancing to State Meet:  Carmel 46, Cathedral 64, Fishers 102, North Central 121, Avon 160, Zionsville 170.

 

Logan McRoberts was the lone female representing the Tigers. McRoberts, in her third-consecutive semistate appearance, ran a very solid race in a season-best time of 21:32 to place 137th. Jenna Barker of Seton was the only local athlete to advance to Terre Haute, placing eighth overall.

 

Top six teams advancing to State Meet: Brebeuf 70, Zionsville 95, Carmel 102, Hamilton Southeastern 113, Fishers 116, Brownsburg 127

 

Volleyball

Good job on making it to the final match on Saturday and a great season!

 

Football

Congratulations to football to making to the next round of sectional play.  We will be home this Friday against Tri at 7:00 pm.

 

 

Lunch—Follow the link

http://nettlecreekschools.nutrislice.com/

Have a great day!