releases high school honor roll
Summit Academy released honor roll and perfect attendance lists this past week with results as follows:
Kim Frei and Joseph Lustig, seniors, Tara Stubbers and Margaret Yalbuw, juniors, Rachel Wemhoff, sophomore, and freshman Derek Nuxoll, Savannah Prigge, and Rachel Uhlenkott led the way during the first quarter with 4.00 point, all A grades.
Making the high honor list, requiring a grade point average of 3.75 or better: Senior Michael Hattrup, junior Dylan Prigge, and freshmen Nicole Frei and Andrew Przybyla.
With grade points between 3.5 and 3.74 earning them honors for the quarter: Senior Dustin Lustig, and junior Josh Frei.
Perfect attendance records for Summit high schoolers include: seniors Kim Frei, Michael Hattrup and Chase Nuxoll, junior Jenn Wemhoff, sophomore Rachel Wemhoff, and freshman Nicole Frei, Savannah Kuther, and Michael Rehder.
Similar records for Summit elementary and junior high students will be published next week, not available at this time.
Summit girls win New Meadows Tourney
Opening their new season with a bang last weekend, Summit Academy girls traveled to New Meadows for their annual Kickoff Tourney there, and came away with two relatively easy victories to bring home the championship plaque, a repeat of achievements attained by the Summit girls several times in the past.
Faced with Wilder in the first game Friday, the Patriots breezed to an easy 52 to 10 win over a south Idaho team that has been very competitive in the past, but this year so far is lacking both in experience and personnel. Scoring for the Summit ladies was spread evenly over the 10 member squad as follows: Jamie Chmelik-6, Savannah Kuther-7, Rachel Wemhoff-13, Kim Frei-9, Nicole Frei-1, Savanah Prigge-6, Tara Stubbers-8, and Vicki Schlader-2. Jenn Wemhoff and Courtney Schwartz also got into the game but did not score.
The Patriots dominated the boards with Savanah Prigge and Rachel Wemhoff hauling down 9, assisted by seven each from Nicole Frei, Stubbers and Schlader.
The win put Summit into the championship round Saturday afternoon with the host New Meadows’ girls.
Saturday night, the local girls roared out to a big 16-2 lead in the first quarter of the championship game, aided a bit perhaps by an ankle injury to New Meadow’s top rebounder and one of their top scorers; the injury occuring during warmup keeping her out of the game for the evening. The final three quarters were a bit more evenly contested, as the host girls managed 30 points during those periods to the local girls’ 37, resulting in a final score of 53-32.
Scoring for the Patriots for the evening: Chmelik-4, Wemhoff-19 with a perfect 5 for 5 from the charity line, Kim Frei with 4, all from a 4 for 4 charity effort also, sister Nicole Frei-4, Prigge-17, and Stubbers-5. Prigge led the rebound effort with 20 boards, aided by 13 each from Stubbers and Chemelik, and nine from Wemhoff.
Next action for the Patriot ladies will be Monday and Tuesday at Prairie High School, game times at 6:00 and 7:30. Monday the Eagles from Pullman Christian will be coming to town, while on Tuesday night, Summit will take on the Timberline Spartans, both nights jv action preceding the varsity matchups.