Summit students win at Grangeville hoop shoot
This last week the Summit students had a contest to see who were the lucky six that qualified for the 2006 Elk’s Hoop Shoot competition. The talented winners are: David Johnson, 7th grade; Matthew Schwartz, 4th grade; Rhett Schlader, 3rd grade; Brandee Seubert, 6th grade; Megan Rehder, 4th grade and Kayla Schumacher, 3rd grade. They competed in the Elk’s Hoop Shoot on January 14, at the Grangeville Middle School Gym. The competition started at 10:00 am. Summit was very proud to have four-lucky winners. Brandee Seubert took third place, Rhett Schlader walked away with second place and Megan Rehder and Kayla Schumacher claimed first. Congratulations to all those to competed on Saturday! Good luck to Megan Rehder and Kayla Schumacher who will be shooting again on February 4, at Asotin High School. 

The boys who won the Summit hoop shoot from left are Matthew Schwartz, David Johnson and Rhett Schlader. They all competed at Grangeville this past Saturday. 

The girls who won Summit Academy’s local hoop shoot from left are Megan Rehder, Brandee Seubert and Kayla Schumacher. Rehder and Schumacher also won the shootoffs at Grangeville and will compete next at Asotin on Feb. 4.

Summit boys fall to Pullman Christian
Playing host to the Pullman Christian Eagles last Saturday night proved to be no remedy for Summit Academy’s boys, as both jv and varsity teams dropped contests to the visitors, 41 to 46 in the jv contest, and 38 to 54 in the main contest.
In the jv matchup, Summit led early but later were never able to catch up as their halftime lead of 13 to 11 gradually fell prey to turnovers and second half Eagle pressure.  Chase Nuxoll with 10 and William Schlader with 8 led the Summit attack, with Joseph Lustig chipping in six, and Jacob Uhlenkott 5 during his one quarter of playing time.
In the varsity event following, Summit fell behind early and saw their chances for their first victory of the evening go down the tube, as the visiting Eagles slowly extended their 9 to 6 quarter lead to 23 to 18 at the half and 40 to 28 at the three quarter break.  The final score of 38 to 54 was not indicative of the tempo of the game however, as the Summit boys played scrappy and posed a constant threat to the visitors.  A poor shooting percentage and turnovers again contributed to their added loss.
Brandon Rehder led all Summit scores with 15, with David Spencer adding 10 in the effort.  Other Patriots scoring: Zach Frei-2, Stephen Spencer-4, Dustin Lustig-2, and Jacob Uhlenkott-5.
Uhlenkott was the workhorse on the boards, pulling down 15, David Spencer adding 10 and Zach Frei 8.  The game’s outcome was slowly determined by the total of 24 turnovers committed by the mistake prone Patriots.
Next action for the boys and the Summit girls is a double header at Salmon River Tuesday night.

Summit Academy basketball schedule
28-Boys V/JV and Girls Varsity vs. Nezperce at PMS
3-4-Girls and Boys Varsity Tournament at Logos
7-Boys V/JV at Pullman Christian, 5 p.m.
14-Boys V/JV at Nezperce
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