Last night the bobcat girls basketball team had their season opener against Leland. The 8th grade team battled back and forth with them but ended up losing in the end. The whole team showed great hussle and determination while on the court. Aubrey Chiavario was the lead scorer. Points were also scored by Kadyn Haage, Abby Hohmann, Abby Rhea, and Pacey Wyant. The 7th grade team defeated Leland 21-5. Destiny Salgado was the lead scorer with 12 points! Kaydence Eade, Brooke Bahrey, and Junia Johnson also scored baskets. The team did a great job on attacking the basket and passing to the open girl. The next game is on Monday at Serena.
3 days ago, Ashley Morris
Congratulations to Aubrey Chiavario, the 1st place winner of the SMS spelling bee. Emma Rominski placed 2nd and will join Aubrey in representing our school at the Dekalb County Spelling Bee in February. The top five students: Aubrey Chiavario, Emma Rominski, Mikayla Wolf, Brooklyn Eads, and Junia Johnson are heading to the Junior 10 Conference Spelling Bee in March. Congratulations to all the SMS spellers!
4 days ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat Boys Tournament team finished in fourth place last night in the Jr. Ten Basketball Tournament. Birthday boy, Jackson Brockway led the scoring with Landin Stillwell, Aiden Wold, Landon Johnson, and Jordan Arroyo chipping in. Tanner Daniels, Kaden GC, Alex Hoffman, Drew Thatcher, Joey Artwohl, Alex Barnes, and O-Hop ran the floor, deflected passes, stole the ball, and rebounded better. Thanks to our managerial team of Destiny Salgado, Nolan Kerley, and Shawn Levick . Thank you cheer team-I will miss your singing on the bus. I appreciate your hoops-help Mr. Roberts. Happy holidays to all-thank you all players for your hard work. Please turn in uniforms ASAP Optional, open gym after school till 5. Come in and shoot some hoops, play some games, have some fun! 7th and 8th grade gIrls basketball players be sure to check in the office to make sure you have everything needed to start practice after break.
about 1 month ago, Ashley Morris
8th grade boys basketball, in their game at Paw Paw last night, hinted at great things to come with a hang in there to the end, never give up, tough as rubber nails ( box out-rebound-hear it in your sleep!) near husking of Serena in the Jr. Ten Tournament semifinals. Final score 25-36. THIS JUST IN, Tanner, Cole, Joey, and Alex passed the ball for real. Jackson, Aiden Jordan and LJ dunked like they were the big deal O-Hop picked Drew Drew rolled to Alex and they gave the ball to Lefty Still Come on over to Paw Paw, we're going to Teach that Bulldog to heel. Bobcat Basketball Tournament Team will play in the Jr. Ten Tournament third place game against Paw Paw at Paw Paw 430 Thursday night. Bobcats will roar. Coach Hunt says, "Bobcat cheer team is All-Conference" "Destiny Salgado could make Manager All- Tournament Team"
about 1 month ago, Ashley Morris
Friday night, the Bobcats showed they are the Top Cats by scratching and clawing their way to a double win over Lisbon's Lions. 7th grade started the night out, roaring to a 40-11 victory. Tristan Reed, Kaden G.C. Landon Johnson, Titus Banister, Dane Lenhardt, Jeremy Rominski, and Alex Barnes made our offense purr by scoring baskets, while Noah Gilbert, O-Hagg, Lucas Herlien, and Brandon Dismore were the cat's meow collecting DSRs and defending Lions. 8th grade swept up 38-8 Cole Gudmunson, Alex Hoffman, Jackson Brockway, Landin Stillwell, and Jordan Arroyo made buckets. Aiden Wold, Drew Thatcher, and Joey Artwohl were "cat's paws" who carried out the tough job of rebounding and defending the wild lions. Thank you cheer team for your enthusiasm, managers Shawn, Destiny, and Nolan for keeping us on track, scorekeepers: Mrs Horsch and Mr. Poplawski and Mr Roberts for his stirring and insightful starting lineup. Our next game is Wednesday at Paw Paw in the Jr. Ten Tournament semifinals against Serena at 430. 7th graders-please turn in your uniform to Mr. Hunt. Cheerleading uniforms and are to be turned in clean to Miss Ashley by Friday.
about 1 month ago, Ashley Morris
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
The MS boys basketball game tonight vs Indian Creek has been canceled. Basketball will have practice 3-5. No cheer practice.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat Boys Basketball won both games Friday against Newark. 7th grade doubled up the Norsmen 32-16. Tristan Reed, Landon Johnson, Titus Banister, Dane Lenhardt, O-Hop, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore all put the ball in the basket. Noah Gilbert, O-Hagg, Caden Hamer, Lucas Herlein, and Jeremy Rominski rebounded and defended to contribute to the win. 8th grade sent the visitors back to Norski-land 43-10. Jackson Brockway and Landin Stillwell led the scoring. Cole Gudmunson, Aiden Wold, Jordan Arroyo, and Landon Johnson chipped in with points. Joey Artwohl, Drew Thatcher and Tristan Reed helped set the tone with tough defense and rebounding. Our next home game is tonight vs Indian Creek.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Congratulations to the following students for qualifying for the Somonauk Middle School Spelling Bee: Alexa Larson, Dylan Toto, Josie King, Asher Britt, Mikayla Wolf, Brooklyn Eads, Andrew Short, Liam Orr, Rylan King, Shaynee King, Cammy Daniels, Eythan Fruit, Delilah Wig, Maya Dalton, Spencer Wiegman, Emma Rominski, Alex Carico, Landen Sweigart, Junia Johnson, Quinten Hentschel, Morgan Morris, Aubrey Chiavario, Brandon Brackett, Stella Betsinger, Ava Warner and Pacey Wyant. Mrs. Dolce will be getting information to all of you about the school spelling bee that takes place in January.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Berry Slushie!
about 2 months ago, Elizabeth Ness
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Somonauk Boys Basketball came up short against the Royals Wednesday night. Seventh grade saw seven players score in a 30-37 decision. Tristan Reed, Kaden GC, Landon Johnson, Titus Banister, Dane Lenhardt, Lucas Herlien, and O-Hop put the ball in the hoop while Noah Gilbert, O-Hagg, Caden Hamer, Jeremy Rominski, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore hustled and worked. Grade eight tied the visitors from HBR in the first and last quarters, but experienced slippage in the middle two quarters. Jackson Brockway, Aiden Wold, and Cole Gudmunson added points as Kameron Madrigal, Alex Hoffman, Landin Stillwell, Joey Artwohl, and Jordan Arroyo contributed spirit and fight. Our next game is home tomorrow against Newark.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat boys basketball raided Earlville last night running away with two wins. 7th grade started things out with pressure defense and balanced scoring, topping the Raiders 47-20. Eleven Bobcats cracked the scorebook led by Brady Andrew’s ten. Tristan Reed, Kaden GC, Noah Gilbert, Landon Johnson, Titus Banister, Dane Lenhardt, O-Hop, Jeremy Rominski, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore chipped in. O-Hagg, Caden Hamer, and Lucas Herlien combined for five DSRs. 8th grade kept the party going with a 42-16 triumph. Cole Gudmunson, Tanner Daniels, Aiden Wold, Landin Stillwell, and Joey Artwohl all scored points and Jackson Brockway found the range, tossing in 22. Drew Thatcher snatched five rebounds and Alex Hoffman was everywhere taking in nine DSRs. We missed the cheer team but thank Mr. Roberts and Destiny for all things clerical. Our next game is home Wednesday vs HBR.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Any 7th or 8th grade girl interested in playing basketball please sign up in the office. A current sports physical and sports form must be on file along with all fees paid before the first practice.
about 2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Friday night in the Bobcats' lair, the Somonauk boys basketball team swept the Panthers to earn the title of "Top Cats." Seventh grade started the party, winning 36-9. Eight players scored between 9 and two points including Titus Banister, Kaden G/C, Landon Johnson, Brady Andrews, Dane Lenhardt, Noah Gilbert, and Luke Herlein. Tristan Reed, Owen Haggerty, Caden Hamer Jeremy Rominski and Brandon Dismore opened a big box of catnip by deflecting and stealing passes and hauling in rebounds. Nice work boys. 8th grade started the game like a bunch of hungry bobcats, jumping out to a 15-2 lead after the first quarter-coasting to a 39-33 win. Six players scored-led by Landin Stillwell’s 19 and Jordan Arroyo’s 9. Aiden Wold, Cole Gudmunson, Landon Johnson, and Tanner Daniels rounded out the scoring. Joey Artwohl and Tanner Daniels rebounded, defended and chased cats like nobody's business. Next game is at home tonight against the Huskers 430. Nice work cheer squad-thanks Nolan and Shawn. Big time media shout out to Brandon Dismore for putting together the baller-slide show we played before and during the games-nice work Brandon!
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
There will be a Yearbook meeting today after school until 3:35.
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat boys basketball played the Bulldogs at home last night. 7th grade bulldogged the visitors 32-13. Eight Bobcats scored including Tristan Reed, Kaden Geers-Clason, Brady Andrews, Titus Banister, Caden Hamer, Luke Herlien, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore. Noah Gilbert and Jeremy Rominski combined for 21 DSRs 8th grade ran out of time in a hard fought contest 36-37. Jackson Brockway and Landin Stillwell scored double figures and Cole Gudmunson, Alex Hoffman, Aiden Wold, and Jordan Arroyo added points. Tanner Daniels, Kam Madrigal, Drew Thatcher, and Joey Artwhohl contributed hustle and hard work. We are improving every day.
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat Boys Basketball played hard Friday night at Indian Creek. 7th grade battled in the first half, but made adjustments too late in a 22-47 loss. Tristan Reed, Kaden Geer-Clason, and Brady Andrews scored six points each while Jeremy Rominski chipped in with four. Noah Gilbert, Caden Hamer, Lucas Herlien, and Alex Barnes hustled and helped. 8th grade got nipped 38-39 in one of their best efforts so far this season. Teamwork, hustle, and grit were the real stars of the game-each of our Bobcats wore that uniform. Cole Gudmunson, Jackson Brockway, Aiden Wold, Landin Stillwell, and Jordan Arroyo all scored as Alex Hoffman had a breakout game with 14.Tanner Daniels, Kameron Madrigal, Drew Thatcher, and Joey Artwohl set up our scorers and gave us toughness. Next game is 4:30 tonight at home against the Bulldogs.
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
SMS appreciates Mrs. Porter!
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Mrs. Porter
Wednesday night in Millbrook, the Bobcat boys basketball team pulled off the sweep against Newark-1, 2, 3 Woosh! Seventh grade started hot, leading 28-2 after one quarter and kept the temperature dialed up, winning 57-5. Nine players scored points. Brady Andrews, Landon Johnson, and Titus Banister hit double figures while Tristan Reed, Kaden G-C, Noah Gilbert, Dane Lenhardt, Luke Herlien, and Jeremy Rominski cracked the scoring column. Caden Hamer, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore provided intense hustle and a handful of DSRs. Eight grade, on the other hand, started out slow only scoring one point in the first quarter. They figured out that hard work and defensive pressure are their friends in grinding out a 47-27 win. Six players scored with Cole Gudmunson, Landin Stillwell, and Jackson Brockway leading with double figures-Jackson scored all fourteen of his points in the fourth quarter. Alex Hoffman, Aiden Wold, and Jordan Arroyo rounded out the scoring. Tanner Daniels, Kameron Madrigal, Drew Thatcher, and Joey Artwohl contributed DSRs and relentless defense. Thanks to Cheerleaders and managers Destiny, Shawn, and Nolan for your help too. Next game is tomorrow at Indian Creek.
2 months ago, Ashley Morris
Bobcat boys basketball traveled to Big Rock Monday night and came home with a split. 7th grade knocked off the hosts 31-24. Six players scored points: Tristan Reed, Brady Andrews, Dane Lenhardt, O-Hop, and Jeremy Rominski. We were led by Landon Johnson with 10. Kaden Geers- Clason racked up 9 DSRs. Titus Banister, Lucas Herlein, Alex Barnes, and Brandon Dismore added DSRs. Noah Gilbert and Caden Hamer played their positions. 8th grade suffered a slow start falling behind by 12 after the first quarter but playing even the rest of the way in a 34-46 loss. Cole Gudmunson led us in scoring with 11 with Alex Hoffman and Landin Stillwell chipping in 8 each. Jackson Brockway and Jordan Arroyo rounded out the scoring. Tanner Daniels, Aiden Wold, Drew Thatcher, and Joey Artwhol contributed 5 DSRs. Our next game is Wednesday at Newark
3 months ago, Ashley Morris