Athletic Director's Blog
May 2, 2013
Wrapping up Rocket Athletics....
There is somuch to update you on and so many teams, coaches, and kids doing great things here at The Mount!
Kaely Bond – selected for Little All City Basketball first team & All State Class 4A honorable mention
Amy Rischard – selected for Little All City honorable mention & All State Class 4A honorable mention
Adrienne Berry – selected for Little All City honorable mention
Rachel Ngo – selected for Little All City honorable mention
Collin Adney has been offered to play football at Bethany College and basketball at Kansas City College….just waiting on Collin….. WAY TO GO COLLIN!
Pee Wee Tasetano will be signing to play soccer at Hendricks College in Arkansas on Tuesaday at 11:45 in the gym! GREAT JOB PEE WEE!
Our Soccer girls and boys finished their season last Friday night with tough losses to Classen and Bethany, but WOW! What a great season. Our soccer kids generate so much enthusiasm and pride when they play. It was fun and enjoyable to watch you this season!
A big thank you to all of our MSM Soccer parents and a special thanks to our coaches! MSM appreciates your dedication and commitment.
Most of all, thank you to our players for your competitive spirit and pride…and to our seniors Rachel Gonshor, Miranda Johnson and Audrey Grossen, Jose Flores, Pee Wee Tasetano, Albert Cantu, Manny Hernandez, Joey Garcia, Mikee Anthony, Trevor Dumolt, Ryan McGoffin ,Mark Wolf and Brian Lively. You will be greatly missed. Thank you all for your hard work over the years. Good luck in your future endeavors!!
Baseball lost in the District Playoffs to OCS, but what a great season! Jumping off to a 6-2 start with big wins over Cashion, Harrah and Newcastle and winning the CHA Tournament. Thank you to our seniors Mark Jeffreys, JT Trent, and Logan Manley. This year’s team represented our school in a very competitive and professional way. Congrats on a great season Rocket Baseball…Thank you for all of your hard work!
Our track team competed at Regionals this past weekend up in Watonga. Many of our kids did a great job and qualified for State!
Clayton Kinsey qualified for the State Tournament…WAY TO GO CLAYTON, we are very proud of you! As Clayton altar served one morning, I said to myself, I wonder how many other kids at the state tournament are altar servers, co-Valedictorian, have a 35 on their ACT and are accepted to UC Berkeley. Good luck, Clayton!
Coach Cantrell and Coach Johnson announce the following boys will be competing in the regional tennis meet this weekend:
Also, the following girls will be competing at the OSSAA State Tennis meet:
Meredith Shadid / Rachel Ngo
Jordan Hagood / Payton Johnson
Shanae Vasquez and Will Chappell competed at the State Archery competition Wednesday March 27th at the State Fairgrounds. Due to their both finishing second in their respective divisions at the Regional meet they qualified for State. Over 2300 students from across Oklahoma competed. Both made strong showings for the Mounts first year of offering archery as a sport.
Will finished tied for the 19 highest score out of 500 shooters from the high school men’s division with a score of 270 out of 300.
Congrats to Coach Anderson and all of the archery kids and their great year!!
Our Atomic Shock team had a wonderful weekend! We finished 20 out of 41, the highest finish in our program's history!! Rachel Strouhal was chosen as a Dean's List Finalist and the presentation was made by no less than the founder of FIRST, Dean Kamen.
This award is given to outstanding juniors who exhibit leadership and the high values of FIRST. She will be travelling to the World Championships the last week of April.
We congratulate Rachel and wish her the best as she competes among the best!