High School Announcements

Monday,  October 15                      It is a "T" week         

 

  1. Congratulations to the Kohler Bombers Girls Tennis Team on another fantastic season. Shelby Horth, Elly Udovich, Ava Hoffmann, Sarah Sobecki, and Olivia Grose all competed in the State Tournament this weekend. Elly and Ava had a fantastic tournament, finishing the season with a 29-3 record and a 3rd place finish at the State Tournament.
  2. Congratulations to the boys and girls' cross country teams.  They competed this past Saturday in the conference meet and the boys can now claim that they are the best in the county, but they won the conference title and can now claim they are the best cross country team in the conference.  Individual team members that won awards are:  Boys 1st team all conference:  Henry LeBlanc finishing 2nd overall, Max Holmes finishing 8th.  2nd team all conference:  Davis Maki placing 11th, and Koen Vierkant placing 14th.  On the girls' team, Shannon O'leary placed 9th overall for 1st team all conference honors.  Congratulations both boys and girls.  Next week Saturday they will compete at sectionals in Two rivers at Meadow Links Golf Course.  Boys Division 3 will run 11 am and the girls will run at 12:20.  The team would love to have some support other than just parents.  The boys have a legitimate chance at qualifying for the state tournament.
  3. Activities student of the week:  Athletic student of the week:  Please come down during bomber time to have your picture taken
  4. Girls interested in High School Girls’ Basketball for the 2018 – 2019 season, there will be an organizational meeting on Friday, October 19 at 3:30pm in the Gym, followed by an open gym that will run until 5:00pm. If you are interested in participating as a manager and/or statistician, you are welcome to attend this meeting.  The season starts with our first practice on Monday, November 5th. If you are a current high school student that has interest, but has not played basketball in High School, you are welcome to attend the meeting as well.”
  5. Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come down to the high school office for more information.  Being a part of student Rotarian makes you eligible for Rotary exchange world affairs seminar and several college scholarships.  

 

Tuesday, October 16                        It is a "T" week                

 

  1. looking for an activity that change your perspective about winter?  There will be a presentation about the Northern Kettle Moraine Nordic Storm Cross Country Ski Team on Thursday, October 18 from 3:30-4:00 in the cafeteria.  The team is open to East Central Wisconsin youth currently enrolled in Gr. 5 -12. No prior skiing experience is required.  The team practices are held Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30-6:15 pm primarily at the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Greenbush Trails beginning Monday, November 26 and ending in early March.  There are also some Saturday morning practices when the team is not traveling to a meet.   Weekend team travel (both competitive and recreational skiing) is encouraged.  Up to eight weekends are ‘Team Overnight Weekend Trips’, for which parents and families can also participate.   More information about the about the Club and registration materials for the Ski Team can be found at www.greenbushusa.com .  Click on ‘Youth Ski Team Info.’
  2. There will be a key club meeting during lunch today in Mr. Poytinger’s room.
  3. Girls interested in High School Girls’ Basketball for the 2018 – 2019 season, there will be an organizational meeting on Friday, October 19 at 3:30pm in the Gym, followed by an open gym that will run until 5:00pm. If you are interested in participating as a manager and/or statistician, you are welcome to attend this meeting.  The season starts with our first practice on Monday, November 5th. If you are a current high school student that has interest, but has not played basketball in High School, you are welcome to attend the meeting as well.”
  4. Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come down to the high school office for more information.  Being a part of student Rotarian makes you eligible for Rotary exchange world affairs seminar and several college scholarships.  

 

 

Wednesday, October 17                  It is a "T" week       

 

  1. looking for an activity that change your perspective about winter?  There will be a presentation about the Northern Kettle Moraine Nordic Storm Cross Country Ski Team on Thursday, October 18 from 3:30-4:00 in the cafeteria.  The team is open to East Central Wisconsin youth currently enrolled in Gr. 5 -12. No prior skiing experience is required.  The team practices are held Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30-6:15 pm primarily at the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Greenbush Trails beginning Monday, November 26 and ending in early March.  There are also some Saturday morning practices when the team is not traveling to a meet.   Weekend team travel (both competitive and recreational skiing) is encouraged.  Up to eight weekends are ‘Team Overnight Weekend Trips’, for which parents and families can also participate.   More information about the about the Club and registration materials for the Ski Team can be found at www.greenbushusa.com .  Click on ‘Youth Ski Team Info.’
  2. Art Club during lunch Friday!  See you there!
  3. Girls interested in High School Girls’ Basketball for the 2018 – 2019 season, there will be an organizational meeting on Friday, October 19 at 3:30pm in the Gym, followed by an open gym that will run until 5:00pm. If you are interested in participating as a manager and/or statistician, you are welcome to attend this meeting.  The season starts with our first practice on Monday, November 5th. If you are a current high school student that has interest, but has not played basketball in High School, you are welcome to attend the meeting as well.”
  4. Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come down to the high school office for more information.  Being a part of student Rotarian makes you eligible for Rotary exchange world affairs seminar and several college scholarships  

 

Thursday, October 18                It is a "T" week          

 

  1. looking for an activity that change your perspective about winter?  There will be a presentation about the Northern Kettle Moraine Nordic Storm Cross Country Ski Team on Thursday, October 18 from 3:30-4:00 in the cafeteria.  The team is open to East Central Wisconsin youth currently enrolled in Gr. 5 -12. No prior skiing experience is required.  The team practices are held Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30-6:15 pm primarily at the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Greenbush Trails beginning Monday, November 26 and ending in early March.  There are also some Saturday morning practices when the team is not traveling to a meet.   Weekend team travel (both competitive and recreational skiing) is encouraged.  Up to eight weekends are ‘Team Overnight Weekend Trips’, for which parents and families can also participate.   More information about the about the Club and registration materials for the Ski Team can be found at www.greenbushusa.com .  Click on ‘Youth Ski Team Info.’
  2. Art Club during lunch Friday!  See you there!
  3. Girls interested in High School Girls’ Basketball for the 2018 – 2019 season, there will be an organizational meeting on Friday, October 19 at 3:30pm in the Gym, followed by an open gym that will run until 5:00pm. If you are interested in participating as a manager and/or statistician, you are welcome to attend this meeting.  The season starts with our first practice on Monday, November 5th. If you are a current high school student that has interest, but has not played basketball in High School, you are welcome to attend the meeting as well.”
  4. Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come down to the high school office for more information.  Being a part of student Rotarian makes you eligible for Rotary exchange world affairs seminar and several college scholarships.  

 

Friday, October 5                 It is a "M" week 

 

  1. Congratulations to the Bomber Girls Tennis Team as they qualified 5 girls for the State Tennis Tournament. Elly Udovich, Shelby Horth, and Sarah Sobecki are returning to State for their third straight year. Olivia Grose and Ava Hoffmann are making the trip for the second year in a row. A special Bomber Shout Out to Sara and Olivia for being crowned Sectional Champions at #2 doubles. Give the girls a HIGH FIVE when you see them in the hallway today.Come on down to Madison next weekend to cheer on the Team.
  2. Congratulations to the KLF Swim and Dive team! The girls took 1st place in 10 of the 12 events and won with an overall score of 156 points. Congratulations girls! Happy Homecoming!
  3. Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for their finish at the Lomira cross country invitational.   The boys placed 1st in the meet with a score of 41 beating the second place team who scored 70.  Medal honors went to Henry LeBlanc 3rd, Davis Maki 4th, Koen Vierkant 6th, Max Holmes 10th and Jack Rummel 18th.  They all received a medal for the 1st place team also.  The girls competed as an incomplete team because of only having 4 runners.  Three of those runners took medal honors:  Cecelia Zielke placed 5th, Shannon O'Leary placed 15th and Kate O'Leary placed 22nd.  Congratulations on a meet well run.
  4. The boys soccer team booked 2 wins yesterday vs Roncalli. JV recorded a 9-0 win and the varsity did the same 11-1.
  5. Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come down to the high school office for more information.  Being a part of student Rotarian makes you eligible for Rotary exchange world affairs seminar and several college scholarships.