Muskie Update

Girls Track Compete at Drake Relays

Members of the girls track team are competing at the Drake Relays this week in
Des Moines. The Muskies qualified 3 relays: 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800, as well as individuals in the Discus, 800, 1500, and 3000 meter races. The girls will be competing Thursday through Saturday against the top relays and individuals in the state. Representing the girls track team this weekend in Des Moines are: Regan France, Larkin Chapman,
Danielle Wegter, Jescie Brauns, Alana Harter, Danielle Roos, Brina Kraft, Brittni Lloyd, Moriah Morter, Olivia Forneau, Molly Tigrett, and Macey Rogers. Congratulations ladies!

Drake Qualifying Events

  • Discus: Danielle Wegter
    DRAKE FINAL - 12th Place - Wegter, Danielle SR Muscatine 124-00 37.79m

  • 4x100 Meters Relay: Jescie Brauns, Brittni Lloyd, Alana Harter, Larkin Chapman
    (Molly Tigrett and Macey Rodgers - alternates)

  • 4x400 Meters Relay: Regan France, Brina Kraft, Moriah Morter, Larkin Chapman
    (Alana Harter and Brittni Lloyd - alternates)

  • 4x800 Meters Relay: Brina Kraft, Regan France, Moriah Morter, Larkin Chapman
    (Danielle France and Olivia Forneau - alternates)

  • 800 Meters: Larkin Chapman
    DRAKE FINAL - 8th Place - Chapman, Larkin SR Muscatine 2:17.41

  • 1500 Meters: Brina Kraft

  • 3000 Meters: Brina Kraft
    DRAKE FINAL - 15th Place - Kraft, Brina JR Muscatine 10:29.01

Muskie Boys Soccer

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Muskie varsity soccer moves to a 5-0 record after defeating North Scott and PV this week in a combined 10-0 score line. These Muskies are entertaining and talented! The next home game is May 10th at the Muscatine Soccer Complex vs. Bettendorf. Come help create a home field advantage!

Muskie Girls Tennis

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  • On Thursday, April 14, 2016 the Muskie Girls Tennis team hosted Clinton.
    Muskies lost 1-8.

    Varsity doubles winners were Melissa Burzlaff/Sarah Spellman, 7-6 (7-2), 1-6, 10-6.
    JV doubles winners were Isabel Wester/Molly Spicknall 6-2, and
    Kayla Scholz/Bailey N. Carter 8-6.

  • On Friday, April 22, 2016, the Muskie Girls Tennis team made up a rain out from Tuesday, April 19, 2016. This was a HOME meet against Davenport Assumption.
    The Muskies lost 2-7.

    Varsity singles winners were: Ellie Cahill 6-1, 6-4, Emma Maynard 2-6, 6-0, 10-8.
    JV doubles winners were: Bailey N. Carter/Isabel Wester 8-5. Callie Staker/
    Molly Spicknall 8-6. Meghan Custis/Erika Ricketts ended their match in a tie 5-5.

  • On Saturday, April 23, 2016, the Muskie Varsity Girls Tennis team traveled to Eldridge for the North Scott Invitational. The Muskies placed 3rd out of 12 teams. Congratulations girls!!

    Varsity singles results were: Sarah Zobel 3rd place, Ellie Cahill 2nd place, Sarah Spellman 3rd place, Emma Maynard 2nd place.

    Varsity doubles results were: Melissa Burzlaff/Sarah Spellman 3rd place.

  • On Monday, April 25, 2016, the Muskie Girls Tennis team made up a rain out from Thursday, April 21, 2016. This was an AWAY meet at Davenport West.
    The Muskies won the meet 8-1.

    Varsity singles winners were, Anna Garvin 6-3, 6-0, Melissa Burzlaff 6-3, 6-1,
    Sarah Zobel 6-3, 6-3, Ellie Cahill 6-1, 6-0, Sarah Spellman 6-1, 6-2, Emma Maynard 6-0, 6-3.

    Varsity doubles winners were Ellie Cahill/Emma Maynard 6-2, 7-5, and
    Melissa Burzlaff/Sarah Spellman, 6-2, 6-1.

    JV doubles winners were Isabel Wester/Molly Spicknall 6-0, Bailey N. Carter/Callie Staker 6-4. Meghan Custis/Alex Sichterman 6-0, Erika Ricketts/Sydney Roeth 6-3.

  • On Tuesday, April 26, 2016, the Muskie Girls Tennis Team HOME meet was postponed due to the weather. The make-up date is Thursday, May 5, 2016 against Davenport Central. This will also be Senior Night.

  • On Thursday, April 28, 2016, the Muskie Girls Tennis Team AWAY meet was postponed due to the weather. The make-up date is Monday, May 2, 2016 against Davenport North.

Muskie Girls Golf

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The Muskie Varsity Girls Golf Team has a record of 7-1 with a scoring average of 188.5.

Team average leaders:

  • Paige Miller: 43.17
  • Sarah Solt: 46.40
  • Haley Trueg: 49.67
  • Ragan Carey: 50.33

The next meet will be Monday, May 2nd at the Burlington Invite.

Muskie Strength Training Apparel

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2016 Muskie Football Camp

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Staff of the 3rd Quarter

Teachers and Support Staff play an important role in the lives of children, families and communities. The Muscatine High School Staff of the Quarter award has been established to recognize outstanding people for their dedication, professionalism and work in the classroom. Those selected can be nominated by students, parents, administrators, community members and colleagues. Pictured below are Staff of the 3rd Quarter.

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MHS Security Team: Ben Johns, Bob Baillie, Marika Krause, Wynna Draper, Kindra Hill,
Wade Lee, and Jeff Conard

World Food Prize Iowa Institute

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Three MHS students, Freddy Sanchez, Carlos Yaque and Camila McNeely attended the World Food Prize Iowa Institute at Iowa State University. Each student researched a country with a food security issue and wrote a 5+ page essay in order to qualify to attend the institute. At the institute, students attended workshops, listened to speakers, and presented their findings in a round-table discussion format to members of the business world, professors, and/or ambassadors to gain a better understanding of world issues relating to food security. Students also received a $500 scholarship to Iowa State and are Borlaug Scholars. Students attended along with their teachers and mentors
Mr. Dave Tometich and Mrs. Lisa Kroll.

Anatomy and Physiology Field Trip

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Justin Johnson's Anatomy and Physiology class traveled to Palmer Chiropractic in Davenport. Chip Morter is the A&P instructor there. Past students of his have held positions as prestigious as head of the CDC. Chip selected typical organs and then exceptional specimens that had directly or indirectly been related to the cause of death. He does an EXCELLENT job telling the stories of the people who'd donated their organs. Students all conducted themselves in an exemplary fashion and received many compliments from Palmer faculty.

"I thought it was very intriguing to see how out of shape these spines were because each spine represents a persons life and every twist and turn of it took time. This shows how much pain people had to go through and how much has been lost to finally get to where we are as a people. It's was just a cool experience in general because we were able to truly get intimate with who we are physically and mentally." - Ruben DeLatorre

"My favorite part of the trip would probably have to be the lab where we looked at different parts of the body. It was a really awesome interactive thing to do, with picking up each and every part on the tables and getting a closer look into what these organs look like and to see what they would look like if they had a disease or anything abnormal. The tour of Palmer was really interesting and the building was amazing. I loved looking at the the original collection of bones that were displayed and found it to be very interesting and really cool. I would recommend this trip for future classes 100%!" -Brittney Greene

"My favorite part of the trip today was the cabinets of bones and vertebrae. The most interesting part of this section was the twisted and deformed vertebrae, as well as the fetal skulls that were very small. It is very interesting how a humans spinal column can get like that and how they can be fixed. Overall, the trip today was interesting and very informative."
-Joe Morrison

State National History Day

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Larkin Chapman and Alexus Santaniello came in 3rd in the Senior Group Documentary Division for the State National History Day competition becoming Alternate National Qualifiers for National History Day with their entry: White Gold: How Caribbean Sugar Influenced American Imperialism

Model UN Conference at UNI

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Ten MHS students attended the Iowa High School Model United Nations conference at UNI.
Students attending were: Isaac Heth, Brady Trego, Micaiah Poffenbaugh, Will Zillig,
Christa Colony, Meghan Custis, Phoebe Lawrence, Sydney Lobdell, Jessica Ahluwalia,
and Seery Awbrey.

Rollin' on the River

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Ms. Kelsey’s and Ms. Robinson’s students took a river cruise on the Celebration Belle.


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