releases honor roll
Students achieving honor roll status for the first quarter were identified this past week, and noted as follows:
Elementary students making this roll had to achieve an average of 92% in all of their subjects, while high school students needed to have a grade point of 3.5 or better to do the same.
Elementary students named to the roll this quarter: Bridget Beckman, Patrick Chmelik, Lindsey Goeckner, Tyson Schlader, Megan Seubert, Megan Rehder, Matthew Schwartz, Sarah Chmelik, Sarah Kuther, Rachael Frei, Nicole Wemhoff, Tanna Schlader, Rachel Uhlenkott, Nicole Frei, Derek Nuxoll, and Savanah Prigge.
Making the honors list for the high school with a grade point from 3.5 to 3.74 was Kim Frei, junior. High honor status with a grade point of 3.75 up: seniors Lauren Chmelik and Annie Osborne, and sophomores Josh Frei, Dylan Prigge, Tara Stubbers, and Margaret Yalbuw.
A perfect 4.00 straight A average this past semester went to only one Summit student, Rachel Wemhoff, freshman.
Honor roll students were awarded with an honors lunch Wednesday, served by teachers and other students.
Perfect attendance students will be released next week.
Summit Academy's honor roll achievers for the first quarter.
Summit girls take second in tournament
Shocking almost everyone in attendance, the current Summit girls' basketball team, in a building year because of the graduation of six seniors last year, opened up their season with a convincing win over Salmon River Friday night, advancing them to the championship round Saturday against Wilder.
In the championship game, the Patriots pulled out to a 13 to 7 advantage at the quarter, the lead built on tenacious defense, and the early scoring of Danielle Stubbers and Kim Frei. Wilder however, bombed in three treys during the second to pull within two at halftime, Summit leading 19 to 17. The second half was tight throughout, with Summit holding a small lead until midway through the fourth when perimeter player Jamie Chmelik, a thorn in the Wilder front line all evening, left the floor with five fouls. The loss forced post players into Summit's perimeter defense, resulting in Wilder hitting a couple of key baskets at the end, while Summit's field goal attempts fell away, and free throw opportunities failing the Patriots, the local girls only able to convert on three of the thirteen attempts given them by Wilder fouls. The end
result, a 31 to 27 victory for the south team, a near miss at Summit's third straight championship in this tourney, but an amazing and unsuspecting second place finish for the youthful Summit squad.
In the preliminary, Summit took command immediately, with leading scores of 9 - 3, 18 - 11, 26 - 17, and 40 - 25 at the quarter breaks. Scoring for the Patriots as follows: Kim Frei - 11, 8 each for frosh Rachel Wemhoff and Vicki Schlader, 6 each for frosh Jamie Chmelik and senior Danielle Stubbers, and one free throw
for junior Tara Stubbers. Remaining team members Annie Osborne and Jennifer Wemhoff were unable to play in this tourney.
In the championship game, Kim Frei led the scoring with 9, followed by Danielle with 8, Wemhoff with 6, and Tara Stubbers and Chmelik with 2 each.
A highlight of both games was the team rebounding with Danielle leading the way with 17, Wemhoff with 15, Chmelik with 15, Tara Stubbers with 9 and Frei with 7. Wemhoff led the team over the tourney with 12 assists, while Chmelik, Wemhoff, and Frei constantly disrupted the opponents with 20 plus steals over the weekend.
Coached this year by Jenna Goeckner, the Summit squad is looking forward to their next contest, at Highland against the Lewis County Eagles on Tuesday, November 27. Only one game will be played that evening, starting at 6:00 P.M.