Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - Day 2

Posted on: Dec 20, 2017

Good morning, it is Wednesday, December 20th.  It is a day 2. 

Mrs. LaPoint’s SNAP class needs to report to Mr. Anderson’s SNAP. 

Remember, that all school rules in regards to hats apply.  That means, that festive sweaters and shirts are OK, but festive hats are not.

Congratulations to the 6th – 8th grade Woodwind Ensemble for their outstanding performance at the Mall of America last night. You did a fine job representing West!

The 8th grade girls’ basketball Gold B team fell to Isanti on Monday in a scrappy game.  The Knights were led in the hustle by Sydney R. with 4 steals. Five girls scored for the team.  The 8th grade Blue B team ended their season with a 26-18 win against Isanti on Monday. Every girl scored in the game. Awesome season girls!!

The 8th grade girls’ basketball Gold B Team hung in there on Tuesday afternoon, but fell to a talented Princeton Tiger team to close out their season with a 4 and 4 record.  Sydney R. played outstanding on both ends, and had 16 points and 5 steals. 

The 7th grade A team defeated the Wayzata Trojans on Tuesday in their final game of the season. The team finished undefeated after scoring 77 points in the match-up. All girls who played in the game scored while five girls had 8 or more points. Relentless hustle and teamwork led the Knights to an unmatched season!

The 7th grade girls’ B basketball team came away with a 54 to 15 win over Princeton last night.  All ten girls scored in this contest with many nice passing plays and teamwork.  Nikki B. scored 14 while collecting numerous rebounds.  Sam K. scored 10 in the game.  Elliott L. and Emma D. each had excellent drives to the basket that resulted in 2 points.Coach Anfenson and Coach Schlangen would like to thank all the girls on the team including student manager Peyton Libby.  They all brought great positive energy to the court and worked hard during this successful season. 

The 8th grade A team defeated the Wayzata Trojans in their final game of the season. Six girls scored 6 or more points in the match-up while all girls contributed to the 64 point total. Defensive hustle and transition points led the team to victory.  Sophie J.  tallied 1 block for the game. The win was the perfect way to close a successful season!  The 8th grade A team finished with a very nice 7 win, and 3 loss season.  Coach Fischer and Coach Schlangen would like to thank the girls for their hard work, and wish them luck in bettering their skills this offseason.

The Knights wrestlers wrestled Monticello last night and came away with a 73 25 win.  

Lunch today:  Lines one and two have chicken alfredo.  Line three has Philly steak on a hoagie bun, PBJ grape, and deli turkey sandwiches.

Have a great day.

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