Virtue winners are named
Summit Academy's virtue program, calling on students to imitate a saint from the past, and work on developing a related virtue, concluded its first session recently with the following students selected:
Senior Michael Hattrup, junior Margaret Yalbuw and frosh Andrew Przybyla and Nicole Frei were the high school students selected, while junior high representives were Daniel Przybyla and Matthew Schwartz. Elementary students selected for the honor were Claira Osborne, Kayla Rehder, Angie Wemhoff, and Aaron Goeckner. The kindergarten student selected was Mary Knappert
The session concluded challenged the students to practice the virtue of gratitude with St. Teresa of Liseux the model to be imitated. Currently, students have studied the life of St. Martin of Porres and are working on the virtue of order, with emphasis on uniform, classroom and locker neatness, and other special goals selected by the individual classes.
Summit Academy’s Virtue winners are shown. Back from left are principal Tom Przybyla, Daniel Przybyla,
Claira Osborne, Nicole Frei, Andrew Przybyla and Michael Hattrup. Front from left are
Matthew Schwartz, Aaron Goeckner, Kayla Rehder, Angie Wemhoff
and Margaret Yalbuw. Mary Knappert was absent when the photo was taken.
Junior High boys are 3 and 5
With the girls' jr. high season recently concluded, jr. high boys in the area are off and running, and Summit's boys have accumulated a three win and five loss record to this point early in the season.
Summit's "B" squad made up primarily of seventh graders Matthew Schwartz and Austin Steiger, and sixth graders Josh Lustig, Nathan Beckman and
Rhett Schlader, assisted for a quarter or two by eighth graders have battled their way to a two - two record so far this season with an overtime victory in their first game 19 to 18 over CV, another overtime, this time a loss to Timberline's Spartans, 28 - 31, then a second loss to Prairie, 15 to 40, and concluding with a 26 - 10 over Highland of Craigmont, just this last week.
The Patriot "A" team, with 8th graders Shane Stubbers, Dan Wemhoff, Shane Stubbers and David Knappert have not faired quite as well, losing 11 to 34 in their first game with CV, then another loss 19 to 38 at Timberline, a third one to Prairie 33 to 48, before logging their first win last week at Highland by a score of 22 to 15.
Action continues for the Patriots with a double header at Nezperce November 25, then trips to Asotin and Lapwai immediately after the Thanksgiving break. Coaches for the Patriots are Domie Lustig and Virgil Frei.