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  • BOYS BASKETBALL 2014

    Open Gym- Thursday and Friday of this week LMS gym, for all 7th and 8th grade boys.

    Friday-7/8 Basketball meeting during lunch.

    Monday Oct. 27th first day of basketball tryouts 3:30-5:00  
     
     
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  • SCHOOL PICTURES RETAKES
    Thursday - October 23rd
     
     
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Cross Country Bi-State Champs
Crosscountry 2014  

Congratulations to the Lancer girls and boys cross country teams for being Bi-State Champions and finishing with an undefeated season. The boys varsity team finished in a tie which means the 6th place runner for each team decides who wins. Our 6th place runner was Karson Gabrielson who beat Pullman’s so we won! In cross country the top 5 finishers for a team score, so even though it is an individual sport more importantly it is a team competition. The following are the 5 plus the tie-breaker who scored for the Lancers:

  • 3rd Ben Bunce
  • 4th Josh Campbell-Ball
  • 8th Matthew McPeak  
  • 10th James Brume
  • 15th Austin Roueche
  • 16th Karson Gabrielson(tie-breaker)

The Varsity Girls won by 6 points over Moscow. The following are the runners who scored for LMS:

  • 4th Aberash Miller
  • 7th Airyl Sobotta
  • 9th Emma Maxwell
  • 13th Kikeya Sobotta
  • 15th Esperanza Ronquillo

The JV Boys team placed 2nd in their race, top finishers:

  • 2nd Cole Keatts
  • 5th Ryu Grimm
  • 14th Isaac Magnum
  • 16th Isiaih Colo’n
  • 24th Sam Belanger

 The JV Girls team also placed 2nd, top finishers:

  • 7th Cassie Derting
  • 8th Rikki Claunch
  • 14th Mickayla Jackson
  • 15th Esther Dotson
  • 19th Mariah Arthur 

 

Avid on the Move
Avid Field Trip

On Friday, October 10th our 7th and 8th grade AVID students enjoyed a trip to the University of Idaho. Our two classes supported and encouraged each other as students took turns testing their climbing skills and conquering fears. A few of our classmates made it all the way to the top of the 55 foot pillar located in the student Recreation Center!

Our students also learned about the importance and necessity of the insect world to human survival as they studied and held leaf bugs, walking sticks, “Lucy” the tarantula and more!

We finished our U of I stay with a trip through the arts. We toured the Hartung theater learning the ins and outs of the woodworking, custom paint mixing, costume creation, and the electrical components of a theater production. We also let loose with an improv session that left all of us laughing.

A great time was had by all!

 

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