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Swim Wins Pattonville Invitational
The GIrls Swim Team had a busy week and of meets and they capped it off by winning the Pattonville Invitational. Earlier in the week the Lady Vikings finished their regular season meet schedule with an 8-0 record. Over the course of the past four years they have amassed a 29-2 record. Below you can find a recap of the highlights from the Pattonville Invitational.
Pattonville Invitational Highlights
- 400 Free Relay (Varsity) - Emma Brabham, Madison Nguyen, Natalie Nguyen & Katelyn Schenk finish 1st.
- 400 Free Relay (JV) Mary Todd, Hayden Bissell, Sammi Allen & Shannon Callanan finish 2nd.
- 100 Breastroke - Erin Gilbert takes 5th, Hayden Bissell takes 7th and Sophie Krahl takes 14th.
- 100 Backstroke - Sammi Allen takes 6th Kaitlyn Klott takes 10th, Mary Todd takes 11th.
- 200 Free Relay (Varsity) Reagan Cathcart, Erin Gilbert, Madison Nguyen & Emma Brabham.
- 200 Free Relay (JV) Kayla Thompson, Molly Quick, Kaitlyn Klott & Samanth Allen take second.
- 100 Free - Emma Brabham takes 1st, Reagan Cathcart takes 6th & Molly Quick takes 13th.
- 500 - Natalie Nguyen takes 2nd, Shannon Callanan takes 12th & Sophie Krahl takes 19th!
- 100 Fly - Madison Nguyen takes 1st, Katelyn Schenk takes 5th & Mary Todd takes 6th.
- 50 Free - Reagan Cathcart takes 1st,, Molly Quick takes 13th, Thompson takes 16th.
- 200 IM - Emma Brabham takes 2nd, Hayden Bissell takes 10th, Katelyn Schenk takes 12th.
- 200 Free - Madison Nguyen takes 1st, Erin Gilbert takes 4th, & Shannon Callanan takes 9th.
- 200 Medley (Varsity) - Reagan Cathcart, Erin Gilbert, Nguyen & Schenk take 2nd.
- 200 Medley (JV) - Sammi Allen, Quick, Kayla Thompson & Hayden Bissell take 2nd.
Swishes For Wishes Night Benefits Make-A-Wish Foundation; Luca Has Wish Granted
Theatre Students Attend Missouri State Thespian Conference
The Howell Limelight Theatre Drama students attended the Missouri State Thespian Conference last week, January 11-13th at the Marriott St. Louis Grand Hotel. The event was attended by drama students throughout the state of Missouri. Student delegates were able to attend large high school productions as well as several one act plays. In addition, workshops were available for both actors and technical crews to improve skills that can be used in their own high school theatre productions.
During the Missouri State Thespian Conference, junior Marissa Gibbons was recognized for her Excellent rating in auditions for the Individual Events Showcase performed at the Conference. Congratulations to Marissa and our Howell theatre students on a great conference.
Freshman Wrestling Takes 6th At GAC Tournament
Congratulations to the freshman wrestling team on placing 6th at the GAC Freshman Tournament on Saturday. The Vikings had seven wrestlers medal. You can view a list of the medalists below. Congratulations to all of the freshman wrestlers on a great Saturday.
GAC Freshman Tournament Medalists
113 - Owen Parker (7-6) placed 5th and scored 11.00 team points.
120 - Tanner Bazzell (8-2) placed 4th and scored 13.00 team points.
132 - Alex Kohrs (6-6) placed 6th and scored 9.00 team points.
145 - Jaxson Elder (6-4) placed 5th and scored 11.00 team points.
160 - Jackson Meyer (7-8) placed 5th and scored 11.00 team points.
195 - Owen Heslin (9-2) placed 3rd and scored 14.50 team points.
220 - Jacob Gremminger (5-4) placed 2nd and scored 20.00 team points.
Mark Arnold Agency Presents Howell Activities Department With Check
Two Golden Girls Volunteer & Mentor Through UrbanReachSTL
Howell Golden Girls Delaney Squires and Sam Miller have devoted their time to serving in the Columbus Square Neighborhood in St. Louis City since last summer through UrbanReachSTL. Delaney and Sam have been coaching a dance team at Patrick Henry Downtown Academy every Tuesday after school since the beginning of the school year. The duo are working with 4th-6th grade girls on the team and teaching character lessons and the basic skills of dance. They go above and beyond in their roles by celebrating birthdays for each of the girls and providing transportation for many of the girls so that they get home safely. Congratulations to Delaney and Sam for being great role models for these young girls and positive representatives of Howell
2018-19 Dead Period & Sports Season Start Dates Released
The summer, fall, winter, and spring dead periods for the 2018-19 school year have been released. The MSHSAA 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 18-19 school year.
Summer Dead Period (All MSHSAA Sponsored Activities) - June 30-July 8, 2018
Fall Sports Dead Period (Fall Sports) - July 29-August 5, 2018
Fall Sports Begin August 6, 2018
Winter Sports Dead Period (Winter Sports - excluding girls swim) - October 21-28, 2018
Winter Sports (excluding girls swim) begins October 29, 2018
Winter Sports Dead Period (Girls Swim) - October 28-November 4, 2018
Girls Swim Begins November 5, 2018
Spring Sports Dead Period - February 17-24, 2019
Spring Sports Begin February 25, 2019
Staff Spotlight - Morgan Muench
Name: Morgan Muench
Sport/Activity Coached: Varsity Girls Basketball
Years Coaching At Howell: Head-2 Assistant-4
College Playing/Coaching Experience: Missouri State University 2 years, Lindenwood University 2 years. Coaching- 2 years Murray State University, 2 years Lindenwood University
Why did you decide to enter the coaching profession? Basketball is one of my passions and being able to teach young ladies and watch them grow and succeed at the game I love is so important to me.
What do you enjoy most about Howell? The support you receive from the faculty and community
In my spare time I like to... shop, exercise, and hang with my husband
Spring Meet the Coaches Set For February 15th
The spring season "Meet the Coaches" has been set for February 15th. Eligibility paperwork turn in will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the high school commons with the meeting portion of the evening beginning at 6:00 p.m. All eligibility paperwork must be complete to be turned in. All students participating in a spring MSHSAA sponsored activity must have this completed prior to the first day on February 26th. It is recommended that all paperwork be turned in at the "Meet the Coaches" event on February 15th. To ensure participation on February 26th all fully complete paperwork must be turned in no later than February 23rd at noon. A link to all eligibility paperwork can be found below.
Meet The Coaches - February 15th
5:30-6:00 pm - Eligibility Paperwork Turn In
6:00-6:20 pm - Presentation By Activities Director Sean Erwin (Only those that did not attend the fall or winter Meet the Coaches need to attend this portion)
6:20-6:45 pm - Team Breakout Sessions (All spring student-athletes must attend)
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