Summit releases honor roll
Honor roll students for the 2nd quarter at Summit Academy were released this week with the following earning recognition in that area.
High school students must achieve a 3.5 average to make the honor roll, and a 3.75 to earn high honors, with a straight A average of 4.00 to earn maximum high honors.
Maximum high honors second quarter were: Seniors Amber Nuxoll, Alexa Prigge, and Emily Rehder. Juniors Lauren Chmelik and Annie Osborne also averaged 4.00, as did sophomores Kim Frei and Joseph Lustig. Dylan Prigge was the sole freshman earning Summit's highest honor.
Achieving high honor status were seniors Alyssa Frei and Cori Wemhoff, sophomore Michael Hattrup, and frosh Josh Frei and Margaret Yalbuw.
High honor achievers with a grade point of3.5 to 3.74 were seniors Jacquie Lustig and Jacob Uhlenkott, and frosh Tara Stubbers.
Earning junior high honor roll status with a grade average of 93% or better: Nicole Frei, Derek Nuxoll, Savanah Prigge, Rachel Uhlenkott, Rachel Wemhoff, all 7th and 8th grades.
Fifth and sixth grade honor roll students: Sarah Chmelik, Rachael Frei, Meagan Rehder, Matthew Schwartz, Nicole Wemhoff, Cassidy Stubbers and Tanna Schlader.
Third and fourth graders also on the roll: Nathan Beckman, Josh Lustig, Rhett Schlader, Kayla Schumacher, and Megan Seubert.

Summit Jr. High split games
Competing in Prairie's early 5th/6th tourney, Summit girls won two games, and lost a tough one to eventual tourney champ Timberline to finish second in the tourney held last weekend at Prairie Middle School. 
Friday night's first game finished 20 to 13, Summit, over one of two teams entered by Prairie Middle, then in Saturday's contest, the local girls lost 20 to 12 to the Timberline champs. Facing a second Prairie team in their final, Summit again prevailed, closing out their tourney effort by a score of 30 to 16. 
Players for the Patriots during the tourney were: sixth graders - Tanna Schlader, Brooke Schumacher, and Cassidy Stubbers; fifth graders - Rachael Frei, Sarah Kuther, Megan Rehder, and Nicole Wemhoff; and 4th grader Kayla Schumacher.
In the boys part of the tourney, Summit's entry won their first game Friday evening by a score of 22 to 11, then lost two competitive contests to CV, 31 to 34, and to Sts. Peter and Paul by a similar 28 to 23 margin. In the CV game, the Patriots were unable to stop CVs Woods who finished with 19 points, and against the Ravens from Peter and Paul, the presence inside of six foot plus Lindsley was too much on the boards for the Patriot team. Playing the three games for Summit were: Sixth graders Shane Stubbers and Danny Wemhoff, fifth graders Gregory Hattrup, Matthew Schwartz, and fourth graders Nathan Beckman, Josh Lustig, and Rhett Schlader.
The tourney action marks the beginning of the 5th/6th season for both the boys and girls who will be playing local teams over the next month. Coaches are Julie Schumacher and Scot Schlader.

Summit girls win twice
A trip to Timberline on Tuesday night, and a home game in Cottonwood Friday night produced the same results for Summit girls this week, as the local girls extended their win streak to eight games with a 47 to 35 win over the Spartans, and then a 50 to 40 victory over the Lewis County Eagles on Friday, Summit's senior night for its six seniors. 
The two wins moved the Summit record to 17 and 1 with their last home game here versus Pullman Christian this Tuesday night, then a season ending three day tourney at Logos next weekend.
Scoring for the Patriots in the Timberline game: Amber Nuxoll- 4, Cori Wemhoff - 10, Alyssa Frei - 4, Alexa Prigge - 22, Danielle Stubbers - 2, Emily Rehder - 2, and Jacquie Lustig - 3. Kim Frei also saw action in the game, but was unable to score. 
In the preliminary game before the varsity, Summit jayvees roared out to an early big lead, then coasted to a 45 to 16 win over the Spartans. Scoring for the Patriots: Tara Stubbers - 2, Danielle Stubbers - 24, Kim Frei 19. Annie Osborne and Lynn Rehder played well on defense the entire game, but failed to break into the scoring column.
Friday night at home, Summit's seniors followed up their pre-game ceremony honoring their long commitment to Summit basketball by placing the bouquet of roses received aside, then going onto the court for their second victory over the Lewis County Eagles this year, this time by a score of 50 to 40. Prigge with 23 and Wemhoff with 12 led the Patriot scoring, with Nuxoll chipping in 7, Alyssa Frei - 2, Emily Rehder - 4, and Jacquie Lustig - 2. Stubbers and Kim Frei also saw action in the game which saw the Patriots pull away from a 21 to 15 halftime lead on their way to their 50 to 40 final. 
The preliminary proved to be an exciting one, as Summit's super five jayvees played all four quarters and closed within one point at the end, 34 to 35, to drop their second contest to their Eagle counterparts. All five girls scored in this game as follows: Tara Stubbers - 6, Lynn Rehder - 5, Danielle Stubbers - 8, Annie Osborne - 5, and Kim Frei - 10.
During the pregame senior night ceremony, Coach Prigge complimented the Summit seniors for their basketball successes over the years, their high moral standards, and their excellent teamwork. These same girls have been playing together, most of them for eight years, and have won many games and honors, including high finishes in the annual Hallisey tourney, and twice winners of the sportsmanship award there. They’re three time winners of New Meadow's annual kickoff tourney, and have won tourney titles at Culdesac, while finishing high in others held over the years. And their final goal for the year is the championship trophy at the eight team Logos tourney, a title they lost last year on a shot at the buzzer by a North Idaho Christian guard.

Summit boys lose to Highland
Playing at home Thursday night, a game preceded by a ceremony honoring Summit's only senior ball player, Jacob Uhlenkott, Summit suffered through a disastrous second quarter which saw the visiting Highland Huskies hit 16 of 22 shots taken and score 32 points to increase their 13 to 12 first quarter grade to 44 to 28 at halftime. 
Summit rallied itself during the third and early fourth quarters, twice closing to three points before finally falling 76 to 61 to the hot shooting Huskies. 
Bryce Stigum with 20, Brock Heath with 16, and Jared Coursey with 14 led the Highland charge, while Patriot scoring was as follows: David Spencer - 15, Zach Frei - 8, Dylan Prigge - 13, Dustin Lustig - 13, Jacob Uhlenkott - 11, and William Schlader - 1.
The jayvee preliminary resulted in a 51 to 24 win for the local Patriots, as Michael Hattrup, Chase Nuxoll, and Josh Frei all scored 13 points for the Patriots, with scores of 4 twice, and 2 twice turned in by other Summit players.
Preceding the varsity game, Coach Don Schlader praised Jacob for his contribution to Summit basketball, having played Patriot ball for eight years since his grade five. Roses in a big bouquet were presented to Jacob and his parents for their lengthy contribution to Summit and its academic and sports programs.
Last action for the Patriot boys is a game with Pullman Christian Tuesday of this week, then a return date with the Huskies at Craigmont next Tuesday, and a spot in Logos' annual tourney next weekend.

Elks HoopShoot Winners
 A couple of weeks ago, Summit Academy held the hoopshoot contest for those students who wanted to compete in the Elks Hoopshoot this year.  There were three age categories for both the boys and the girls.  At the end of the contest these winners were announced for the boys: 8-9 yr. olds – Tyson Schlader; 10-11 yr. olds – Rhett Schlader; 12-13 yr. olds – Austin Chmelik.  For the girls the winners were as follows:  8-9 yr. olds – Therese Knappert; 10-11 yr. olds – Megan Rehder; 12-13 yr. olds – Savanah Prigge.  These students were then invited to go compete in Grangeville, January 20.  If they were to win here, they would advance to Lewiston, Idaho Feb. 3 for another shoot off.  
 Due to some schedule conflicts, some of the winners listed above could not make the Grangeville contest.  In their place, went our 2nd or 3rd place winners.  January 20, then, free-throw shooters began filling Grangeville Elementary Gym at 9:30am.  By approximately 12:00pm all shooters had competed and the results were announced.  Of these winners, Tyson and Rhett Schlader came in 4th, with Michael Rehder substituting for Austin Chmelik coming in 4th as well.  For the girls, Kaitlin Stubbers stepped in for Therese Knappert and came in 3rd.  Savanah Prigge managed to hold on to 3rd place as well.  
 Overall, the students did very well.  We are very proud of all of you!!  Congratulations!

Second graders given Sacrament of Reconciliation
Last Saturday, January 20, 2007, Fr. Camillus privileged a big group of second graders by giving them the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time.  The students had been preparing during the year for this special day.  Their teachers helped them learn all they needed to know so they could receive this sacrament in the best way possible.  
At 9:00am the students arrived at the church with their families.  After Fr. Camillus gave a formal opening, he had the students proceed individually to receive their first confession.  Then a reception was held in the back for all the students and their families.  A big thank you to all those who helped prepare these children for such a special event:  Fr. Camillus, parents, teachers, and any others who contributed to this day.  

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