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Track Begins Season At Festus Invitational
The track program kicked off their season on Saturday by traveling to the always tough Festus Invitational. The meet attracts some of the top programs from both Missouri and Illinois each year. The meet is a great indicator for where programs currently are at in the young season. If Saturday is any indicator, our Vikings are going to be fun to follow this spring. Below is a recap of some of the highlights from the Festus Invitational. Good luck to our track program this season.
Recap & Highlights
Girls 4x400m (Schultz, S. Russell, T. Russell, May) takes second.
Sarah Russom wins the 3200m.
Zora Williams takes third in the 200m.
Taylor Russell wins the 800m.
Maggie May takes third in the 800m.
Mason Brock wins the Javelin.
Drake Heismeyer wins the Discus.
Boys 4x100m (Banton, Elliott, Meriweather, Weber) takes third.
CJ Banton wins the 100m here at Festus!
Boys 4x800 (Boushelle, Panagos, Cimmarusti, Bridges) takes third.
Girls 4x800 (S. Russell, Hope, Russom, Ferreira) takes second.
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Boys Volleyball Reaches Quarterfinals Of FHC Tournament
JV Soccer Wins Duane Haddox Memorial Tournament
JV Golf Takes Third At FZS Prospects Tournament
Meet & Greet With New Head Girls Volleyball Coach Danielle Rygelski This Tuesday
Students, staff, parents and fans will have the opportunity to meet Coach Rygelski on Tuesday, March 26th at 6pm in the Learning Commons. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to hear Coach Rygelski speak as well as meet with her following the event. Initial information regarding summer open gyms and camp will be shared during this time as well.
Rygelski had a storied career at Francis Howell High School where she was a two-time All-State selection and Under Armour All-American while also setting the school record in kills. She went on to star at St. Louis University where she was an AVCA and Under Armour All-American and Atlantic 10 Player of the Year. While at SLU she broke the NCAA record for kills in a season, became the second NCAA player to ever average 6 kills per set and also became the 11th player in NCAA history to to reach 2,000 kills. She also made her mark on the SLU program by finishing 2nd all-time in kills and 2nd all-time in aces. Rygelski currently coaches with the U18 Rockwood Thunder. You can read her full bio by clicking this link
FCCLA Recognized At State Leadership Conference
Boys Tennis Extends Spirit & Cancer Awareness Sock Sale
Prom Tickets Go On Sale March 25th
Prom ticket sales start on Monday March 25th. Ticket sales will run from March 25th through Friday March 29th. No tickets will be sold after Friday March 29th. Tickets will be sold in room C103 all week before school from 6:45-7:15 and after school from 2:20-2:45. Tickets will be sold during all lunches on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. As always, tickets are limited and interested students should buy them as soon as they are available.
Students will need their school ID to purchase a ticket. Tickets will not be sold to any students having fines. Students inviting guests from other schools must have the completed guest form signed by the guest's principal to purchase a ticket for their guest. The guest form can be found by clicking this link - https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XmLvX4SySIkRP6mL9DkAy_Pevm14YfVI/view?usp=sharing
Ticket Prices - Monday and Tuesday Early Bird Special - $55 and Wednesday through Friday - $60. Students may use a debit or credit card to purchase tickets. A processing fee is charged for each transaction. Students purchasing tickets on Monday and Tuesday with a debit or credit card will be charged $57.00($2.00 processing fee) and students purchasing tickets from Wednesday through Friday with a debit or credit card will be charged $62.17($2.17 processing fee).
New Nike Apparel Has Arrived, 20% Off This Week Only
2019-20 School Year Start Dates & Dead Periods Announced For MSHSAA Activities & Sports
The summer, fall, winter, and spring dead periods and starting dates for MSHSAA sponsored activities has been released for the 2019-20 school year. These dates can be found below. We hope that this information helps all Vikings and their families coordinate and prepare for the summer and sports seasons ahead during the 2019-20 school year.
Summer Dead Period (All MSHSAA Sponsored Activities) - June 29 - July 7, 2019
Fall Sports Dead Period (Fall Sports) - August 5 - August 11, 2019
Fall Sports Begin August 12, 2019
Winter Sports Dead Period (excluding girls swim) - October 27 - November 3, 2019
Winter Sports (excluding girls swim) begins November 4, 2019
Winter Sports Dead Period (Girls Swim) - November 3 - November 10, 2019
Girls Swim Begins November 11, 2019
Spring Sports Dead Period - February 23 - March 1, 2020
Spring Sports Begin March 2, 2020
Stay Connected With The Activities Department
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Website & App – www.howellvikings.com
Instagram - FHVikings
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Youtube Channel - https://tinyurl.com/VikingTube
Camp Website – www.fhvikingscamps.com
Activities Hotline- 636-851-4700 (Option 1)
Click the link above to find upcoming Howell games and events for Viking activities and sports.
Click the link above to view our new Activities Department website!
View flyers that pertain to FHHS and our community bly clicking the link above.