Morning Announcements for Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Reminder we are on bell schedule 7 today for the 11:30 dismissal.
Attention Spanish Club members: Check the participants list on the Club bulletin board and in the Spanish classrooms to see if you are eligible to join us for a free lunch at Los Agaves on Sunday, May 24th. Your $2 registration fee, which will be returned to you at Los Agaves, must be paid when you sign up by tomorrow with your Spanish teacher.
German Club will be holding its elections for the new officers for next year tomorrow right after school in room 262. Please come and vote.
Attention student traveling to Europe with Ms. Huffman in June. There will be a mandatory meeting in the cafeteria tomorrow at 6:00 pm. You must have a representative there.
Do Something is meeting tomorrow afternoon to finish the mosaic planter for Southwinds Park. We need your help to get this done. Please bring lunch money. We will meet in the dock area after school.
Students interested in Cross Country next fall there will be a meeting, Wednesday, May 27 from 3:15 to 3:30 in the commons. Any questions see Coach Devlin.
The Senator Baseball Team lost a tough one last night by the score of 2 to 1 to the Tornadoes of Taylorville. Neel Patel threw a masterful game on the hill, allowing only 2 earned runs in 7 innings while giving up 6 hits and striking out 5 and walking nobody. It was all for naught, as SHS could not string together its hits. Will England and Myles Peralta did manage two hits apiece, but it was not enough. The rematch is scheduled for today at 4:30 in Taylorville.
The softball team rallied for three runs in the bottom of the sixth, but alas, it wasn't enough, as they were toppled by the Crimsons of Jacksonville 5 - 3 last night at UIS. Liz Woodruff, Kristin Coniglio, Emma Anderson and Kimber Griffin all singled for the Senators. Kimber struck out 13 and allowed only two earned runs, but still suffered her eleventh loss of the season. Today, Springfield heads over to Lanphier's den to take on the Lions.
The girls soccer team opened the playoffs last night with an impressive 8 - 0 victory over Lincoln. Sophmore Kelsey Slaughter led the scoring with three goals while senior Sarah Russell added two. Goalie Amy Allison made several nice saves for the shutout. The team will play Sacred Heart-Griffin Friday night at 5 for the regional championship.