Kearney High School Bulletin for Wednesday, May 12, 2021
STUDENTS Dracula, the Comic Thriller, is Streaming NOW. The Spring Play was filmed in movie format, and is available to stream on Video On Demand. https://onthestage.com/kearney-high-school Go to KHSTheaterBoxOffice.com for your chance to stream on any device, anywhere! Hurry - only available through May 15! Also log on to see Pictures from production of your favorite cast and crew members as well as Bios and information about supportingKearney High SChool Theater Program Again KHSTheaterBoxOffice.com or https://onthestage.com/kearney-high-school
STUDENTS Students--if you need a summer job, stop by the office and fill out a job application for the paint crew.
STUDENTS Students-Don't forget to get get ALL of your books turned in to your teachers and the Library. Also, get all lunch money paid to your accounts.
BASEBALL The JV team was back in action yesterday at home against the Park Hill South Panthers. The game started off quickly when both teams were tied at 2-2 after the first inning. Both pitchers settled in and it was mostly scoreless throughout the game. Going into the top of the 7th inning the Panthers had bases loaded with one out. Hagen Wilmes had a quick play to Eric Stokes to throw out a runner who had too gracious of a lead at first to record the second out. The very next pitch Park Hill South flew out to Aiden Smith in center to end the inning. In the bottom of the 7th we had runners on 1st and 3rd with two outs when there was a miscommunication that sent Bryce Page at first to try and steal the base. This worked out for us because it also confused the Panthers and with a heads up play Casey Rooney ended up scoring the final run to win the game. This is the 4th walk off win for the JV team! The bats were led by Hagen Wilmes, Casey Rooney, and Braden Turpin who each recorded 2 hits a piece. On the mound we had a pair of freshmen lead the charge with Cameron Webster starting and Casey Rooney to relieve. Both only giving up one earned run each. With this win the JV team is now 11-6 and will have their final game tomorrow at Smithville.
TENNIS Varsity Tennis competed Monday and Tuesday this week in the Team Districts competition. Monday, the athletes came away with the win at 5-0 vs East KC. Tuesday, the athletes took on Grain Valley. Previously in the season, KHS fought a long battle but lost to GV 3-6. It was clear to see that the athletes were eager for a rematch and left it all out on the courts yesterday. The athletes battled it out, coming away with the win at 5-4. Kolby Smothers and Grant Woltkamp won their doubles match. Tyler Carr and Zack Schoening made a comeback from 0-4 to win their doubles match in a tiebreaker. Smothers then went on to win his singles match followed by Jason Scott winning through a tiebreaker. Carr made yet another comeback from 0-4 to win his singles match earning KHS their 5th and final win. KHS now heads to Platte County Thursday 5/13 to take on Platte County in the championship.
GOLF The Varsity Boys Golf Team played in the Class 4 District 4 Tournament on Monday at Paradise Pointe (Posse) in Smithville. The Top 18 golfers in the District move on to the state tournament in Joplin at Twin Hills Country Club on Monday May 17th and Tuesday May 18th. The Bulldogs had 2 state qualifiers at the end of the day. Jaron McClaran finished in 5th with an 80 and Brayden Schweizer finished in 16th with an 87. The Bulldogs also finished 5th as a team with a team score of 352. Go Bulldogs!
LUNCH LUNCH MENU---Chicken Wings w/Biscuit- Turkey & Cheese Wrap- Juicy Hamburger- Spicy Chicken Patty Sandwich- Classic Pepperoni Pizza.