Summit Junior High boys are 1 and 2
One quarter of the way through their current season, Summit's junior high boys' basketball teams stand at one win and two losses, both the A and the B teams recording the same record.
The A team, consisting of 8th graders Austin Chmelik, Derik Nuxoll, Michael Rehder, Josh Schlader, and Shawn Seubert, with sub assistance from seventh graders David Knappert, Shane Stubbers, and Danny Wemhoff started their season shorthanded and endured a 47 to 16 loss at the hands of fast-breaking Grangeville Bulldogs. Then, traveling to CV, the Patriots closed the losing gap a bit, falling 39 to 19 to a tall squad featuring two six footers the Summit boys could not stop. Play improved immensely in this game over their first outing however, with Austin, Derek, Michael, Shawn, and Shane all figuring in the scoring. On to Timberline in their third outing, Austin with seven, Derik with five, Shawn with eleven, and Josh with six led the way to the Patriot's first victory of the season, recording a 29 to 15 victory over the Spartans.
Missing Danny Wemhoff, still recovering from a broken finger, the Patriot B squad lost their first season's outing to the Bulldogs from Grangeville, 40 to 26, then in their second outing, lost a thrilling triple overtime battle at CV by a score of 29 to 28. Their third game, at Timberline, also produced their first victory of the season, a 38 to 18 win over the host Spartans there. The Summit B team roster includes seventh graders David Knappert, Shane Stubbers, and Danny Wemhoff, sixth grader Matthew Schwartz, and fifth graders Nathan Beckman and Rhett Schlader. Both this team and the older A team have featured excellent teamwork and scoring by nearly all players under the guidance of coach Jim Chmelik.
Next Action for Summit was at Prairie this past Tuesday, and Nezperce on Thursday, Nov. 29.

45% have perfect attendance for first quarter
Students achieving the status of perfect attendance first quarter at Summit went to Craigmont's bowling lanes last week for an enjoyable afternoon of attacking the sometimes stubborn pins which stood defiantly at the end of each lane!
Elementary students attending every day of the first quarter:
Kindergarten - Nicholas Beckman, Aaron Goeckner, David Wassmuth.
1st and 2nd grades - Mary Kuther, Taylor Lustig, Lucy Osborne, Luke Schwartz, Michael Schwartz, Luke Wassmuth, Angela Wemhoff
3rd and 4th grades - Patrick Chmelik, Lance Goeckner, Christopher
Osborne, Tyson Schlader, Thomas Schwartz.
5th and 6th grades - Nathan Beckman, Rachael Frei, Greg Hattrup, Sarah Kuther, Megan Rehder, Matthew Schwartz, Megan Seubert, Kayla Schumacher, Rose Trautman.
7th and 8th grades - Austin Chmelik, Nicole Frei, Savannah Kuther, Derek Nuxoll, Julia Osborne, Michael Rehder, Josh Schlader, Tanna Schlader, Brooke Schumacher, Courtney Schwartz, Shawn Seubert.
High School: Frosh Jamie Chmelik, Sophomore Josh Frei, Juniors Kim Frei and Michael Hattrup. Seniors Lauren Chmelik, Anna Osborne, Lynn Rehder and William Schlader.
The 43 students achieving perfect attendance status represents 45% of the Summit student body, with a goal of achieving 50% this second quarter.
Student transportation to the bowling lanes was provided by Mr. Jerry Wren and Julie Schumacher in the new Summit school bus and school van, with teachers Jenna Goeckner and Kathy Rehder along for assistance and supervision.

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