earn al A's at Summit
Summit Academy officials recently released honor roll records for the second quarter, noting eight students maintaining a straight A or 4.00 grade point average for the quarter. Included in this category are senior Rachel Wemhoff, juniors Nicole Frei, Savanah Prigge and David Waters, sophomore Kody Duclos and frosh Abby Chmelik, Megan Rehder and Alexandria Rockwell.
Making the high honor roll with an average of 3.75 to 3.99: juniors Derek Nuxoll, Michael Rehder and Courtney Schwartz and frosh Sarah Chmelik, Rachael Frei, Matthew Schwartz, Michael Waters and Nicole Wemhoff. In the honors group with an average of 3.5 to 3.74: Junior Austin Chmelik, sophs Julia Osborne and Shane Stubbers and frosh Kayla Duclos.
On the elementary level, the following students ended the quarter with a grade average of 90% or better in all subjects: 8th graders Josh Lustig, Kayla Schumacher and Megan Seubert; 7th grader Ashlee Stubbers; 6th graders Bridget Beckman, Patrick Chmelik, Lindsey Goeckner, Tyler Krogh, Chris Osborne, Tyson Schlader, Delayne VanGunten and Ellie Watsonl 5th grader Angie Wemhoff; 4th graders Madison Pecarovich, Kayla Rehder, Dylan Schumacher and Theresa Wemhoff, and 3rd graders Nicholas Beckman, Aaron Goeckner, Jessie Sonnen, Hailey Stubbers and David Wassmuth.
Summit girls win 1 of 2
Playing at home at PHS against Timberline Tuesday and away at Kamiah on Monday, Summit Patriot ladies added a win and a loss to close out their regular season at 13 wins and 7 losses.
In the Timberline varsity contest, Summit pulled ahead quickly in the first quarter, connecting on 8 of 15 floor shots while holding the Spartans to 3 points to take a 19-3 lead at the quarter. With several JVís playing the second, and later the fourth quarter, Summit continued in the lead, ahead 39-12 at the half, 51-17 at the three quarter break, ending with their 13th win of the year, 51-29.
Scoring and rebounding during the game: Jamie Chmelik 13 and 1, Nicole Frei 2 and 1, Kayla Duclos 2 and 1, Rachael Frei 0 and 1, Sarah Chmelik 0 and 2, Rachel Wemhoff 15 and 2, Nicole Wemhoff 2 and 3, Abi Chmelik 0 and 1, Brooke Schumacher 4 and 7, Savanah Prigge 13 and 6 and Megan Rehder 0 and 3. Rachel Wemhoff and Nicole Frei each contributed 3 steals with Prigge helping with 2 steals and 2 blocks. Wemhoff led the assist department with 4, with Schumacher and Prigge adding 2 each. Summit shooting was one of their best efforts during the game as their 21 for 47 effort from the floor netted them a 45% rating, though their free shots, 8 of 16, recorded only 50% in that area.
Traveling to Kamiah Monday, however, to take on the 2-A Kubs, the outcome was much different, as shots put up by the Patriots continually rolled off or bounced away, 12 of 57 for the evening, leaving them at 19% from the field, and only 40% from the line on 10 of 25 attempts made.
Consequently, Summitís 14-15 first quarter deficit slowly grew to 20-25 at the half, back to 30-33 at the 3 quarter break, then fell to 40-48 as the local ladies could convert only 3 of 8 from the charity stripe while the Kubs connected on 7 of 14 to slowly pull away.
Scoring and rebounding for Summit: Jamie Chmelik 12 and 5, Nicole Frei 2 and 8; Rachael Frei 2 and 0, Rachel Wemhoff 16 and 5, Schumacher 4 and 3 and Prigge 4 and 11. Thirty-five fouls were called in the rough contest, 19 on Summit and 16 on the Kubs, with Frei going to the bench with 5 during the fourth quarter. Wemhoff and Schumacher led the assist effort with 4 and 3 while steals were credited to Wemhoff with 5, Chmelik and Frei with 3 each and Schumacher with 2.
The Kub game ended Summitís regular season.
After Saturday the tournament moves to the Nezperce High School gym on Monday, Feb. 7. Saturdayís losers will play at 6 p.m. with the winners playing at 7:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, Feb. 9 the loserís bracket survivor will play the winnerís bracket loser at 7 p.m. The winner of that game will play the Monday winnerís bracket winner on Friday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. If the unbeaten team wins they advance to state. If they lose, there will be a second, winner-take-all championship game on Saturday, Feb. 12 at 3 p.m.
Except for the first 2 games, all tournament games are at Nezperce.
Summit JV girls finish 12-3
Traveling to Orofino last Thursday, Summit JV girls, by an earlier agreement with the Orofino AD, took on the girls though, who had dropped to a JV schedule due to injuries, in a preliminary to the regular boys contest which followed.
Bolstered by sophomore Brooke Schumacher, the Patriots moved out to a narrow 10-6 first quarter lead, then outscored their opponents 14-2 in the second to move out to 24-8, 32-13 and 41-24 leads at the three final quarter breaks.
Scoring and rebounding stats for the Patriots: Rachael Frei 2 and 10, Sarah Chmelik 14 and 11, Nicole Wemhoff 3 and 6, Cassidee Stubbers 4 and 2, Abi Chmelik 2 and 4, Schumacher 14 and 4, and Megan Rehder 2 and 12. Wemhoff led the assist effort with 11 and had 3 steals with Chmelik adding 3 assists and a steal for her effort. Taylor Erbst and Mikayla Moser did most of the scoring for Orofino with 10 and 9 respectively.
Monday evening, the Summit JV ladies took on the Kubs from Kamiah and emerged with a hard-fought and defensive game win, 25-19. Quarter scores during this contest: 10-6, 16-10, 22-19 and 25-19, as the Patriots were able to convert on only 3 of 8 free throws during the final quarter while holding the Kubs to no points. Scoring and rebounding for the Patriots: Frei 2 and 9, Sarah Chmelik 3 and 11, Wemhoff 4 and 5, Stubbers 2 and 4, Abi Chmelik 2 and 3 and Rehder 12 and 7.
The win ended the season at 12 and 3 for the Patriot JVs, with 6 frosh and one soph on the team with losses only to Grangeville, Lapwai and C.V.ís squads.
Summit boys lose 4 games
Summitís young and rebuilding team with three juniors, two sophs and two frosh, endured a long and tough week, dropping four games to fellow White Pine members Timberline, Genesee and Kendrick and 2-A Orofino.
At home in the PHS gym, against division II opponent Timberline, the local boys got off to a rough start, down 6-21 at the end of the first quarter on 2 of 16 shooting, then came back strong in the second half to close within three before dropping their 11th game of the season 51-55. Remaining quarter scores were 12-30 at halftime, then 31-46 at the third break with a fourth quarter burst outscoring the Spartans 18-9 to put the game in doubt right up to free-throw conversions at the end by the Spartans.
Scoring, rebounds, assists and steals in that order: Derek Nuxoll-5, 9, 1, 1; Shane Stubbers-12, 9, 0, 2; Dan Wemhoff-2, 0, 2, 1; Austin Chmelik-14, 14, 4, 3; David Waters-1, 2, 0, 0; Michael Waters-11, 5, 1, 1; and Matthew Schwartz-6, 5, 0, 0.
On to Genesee for a league matchup, the Patriots fell behind 25-6, 26-13, 24-60 to end on a losing note 34-64 to the host Bulldogs. Scoring and rebounding for the Patriots: Nuxoll 0 and 9; Stubbers 8 and 7, Wemhoff 2 and 2, Chmelik 7 and 3, David Waters 5 and 8, Michael Waters 10 and 3 and Schwartz 2 and 1. Chmelik and Stubbers had 3 and 2 assists respectively in the game, while Wemhoff and Schwartz were each credited with 2 steals.
Next came an away game with non-league foe Orofino on Friday, with the game close for one quarter, Summit ahead 13-12. Turnovers changed the game in the final three stanzas however as Summit rapidly fell behind 24-41, 39-65 at the half and three quarter breaks, to end on the short end of a 58-78 score. Again, scoring, rebounding, assists and steals data: Nuxoll-4, 9, 4, 1; Stubbers-12, 5, 2, 1; Wemhoff 5, 3, 0, 2; Chmelik 11, 5, 5, 5, and one block; David Waters 2, 3, 0, 0, Michael Waters 18, 4, 1, 2, and Schwartz 4, 1, 1, 2.
Finally, closing out the 4-game week, the Patriots back at home in the PHS gym took on the Kendrick Tigers in a league game, and once again came out on the short end of the game, 25-49. The first three quarter breaks were 7-13, 12-23 and 17-26. Scoring and rebounding for the Patriots: Nuxoll 4 and 14, Stubbers, who fouled out early in the second half and was plagued by fouls from the beginning, 2 and 7; Wemhoff 0 and 2, Chmelik 7 and 7, David Waters 4 and 5, Michael Waters 2 and 2, and Schwartz 6 and 1. The Patriots were able to convert only 8 of 43 floor shots taken for a near season low percentage of 19% and only hit 3 of their 8 free throws. Once again turnovers, many unforced, were the undoing of the Summit boys as they recorded 25 in this game, 21 in the Orofino game, 24 against Genesee and 23 while playing Timberline.
Upcoming games for the Patriots: at C.V. this past Tuesday, then games against Division II teams Nezperce and Highland, both at Highland, this Thursday and Friday, then their final game of the season next Tuesday, also at Highland, a league final against Deary.
District competition will follow.
Summit Academy Basketball Schedule 2010-2011
4-Boys vs. Highland, here**, at Highland
8-Boys vs. Deary, here*
*White Pine League game
**WPL Division II league game
Girls V & JV unless indicated, Boys are V only.
Girls JV starts at 6 p.m., varsity at 7:30 unless indicated.
Boys are varsity only at 7 p.m.
Sites for some home games still to be determined.