SHS Newsbreak

March 18, 2016

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New Lights for the Soccer Field

SHS would like to thank the City of Scottsburg, the Parks Board and Scottsburg Electric for providing and installing lights for David Spann Field. This Fall SHS Soccer will be able to play under the lights. Thanks to Mayor Graham and his team for being such great partners for SHS!

Academic team wins big at New Albany Invitational

The SHS math, social studies, and science academic teams placed first on March 17 at the Academic Team Invitational at New Albany High School.


The SHS academic teams had great success with three teams winning first place. The social studies team only missed one question, scoring 24 out of 25 questions correctly. The science teams — both Team B and Team A — won first and second places, respectively.


“I see really good things for us,” said Jason Hudson, academic team coordinator and math teacher at SHS. “I think we have a good shot at sending some teams to state this year.”


The English team tied for second place, but after several tie-breaker questions, the team ended up finishing fourth. The interdisciplinary team won third place.


The SHS academic team placed third overall out of 12 teams. The academic team will travel to the Area Competition on April 19 at Austin High School.

Great Performance by our SHS show Choir.

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Warrior Weekly Episode 8

Archery Team State Results

The 2016 SHS archery team shot the highest score the team ever has durning the Indiana State NASP Tournament. Their score of 3183 points ranked them 24 out of the 35 high schools that competed. Sophomore Dawson Bundren was the highest scoring SHS shooter with an impressive 282 points. He ranked 4th out of the 90 sophomore boys that shot in the 2016 state tournament.


Senior Emily Pfaffenbach was the 2nd highest Warrior scorer with a score of 281 points. She shot the 2nd highest score of any senior girl in the state of Indiana! Sophomore Christina Dunn came alive in Indy with her best ever score of 276 points. She ranked 16th out of the 89 sophomore girls that shot. Junior Andrew Swisher peaked just in time to turn in the 4th highest Warrior score. His score of 271 points played a big part in the archery team’s strong finish in the State Tournament. Junior Elijah Whittaker rounded out the top 5.


We are awaiting official news to see if the Warriors score of 3183 points qualified them to compete in the National Tournament being held in Louisville, KY on May 12-15. Congratulations SHS Warrior Archery team!

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