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  February 18 - 22:  Lady Warriors BB vs Lincoln,  Warrior BB vs Lincoln.

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Warriors Sneak By Knights

The Warriors went into a tough environment in Downs on Friday to take on the Lakeside Knights. The game was a back and forth affair with the Warriors pulling away in the third and fourth quarter, but the Knights made a huge charge at the end of the game to tie the game with 7 seconds left before Warrior Ryan Paillet was fouled to steal the 45-43 win for the Warriors.  Leading the way for the Warriors was Blake with 15 points followed by Kaury with 11, Carson 8, Ryan 6 and Avery 5. Carson was a beast on the boards with 12 rebounds on the night. The team took care of the ball with only 6 turnovers on the night . . .

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Lady Warriors’ 3-game win streak snapped

     The Lady Warriors were able to keep their winning ways alive through their Tuesday home game against Lincoln, cruising to a 55-29 win.  On Friday, the Lady Warriors traveled to Downs to battle Lakeside and fell, 57-44. Vs. Lincoln – February 5      Southern Cloud came out firing, taking a 14-3 lead after one quarter in their home league game with Lincoln.  The Leopards made some quick noise early in the second quarter, narrowing the Warrior lead to 5.  After a quick timeout to regroup, the Lady Warriors went on a 12-3 run to finish off the . . .

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Regional Scholars Bowl Results & Season Summary

The 2018-2019 Scholars Bowl season came to an end for Miltonvale High School on Thursday, January 31, at Lincoln High School.  Miltonvale competed in the 1A Regionals and finished pool play with 4 wins and 2 losses.  As it turned out, there was a 3 way tie for second place in pool play with Lincoln, Clifton-Clyde, and Miltonvale all having 4 Wins and 2 Losses.  With losses to both Lincoln and Clifton-Clyde, Miltonvale was eliminated from finals and finished in 4th Place in pool play.  For the 2018-2019 season, Miltonvale High School finished with 23 Wins and 31 Losses.  . . .

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Warriors Smoke Tigers

The Southern Cloud boys took a long road trip to Natoma for a game against the Tigers. The Warriors took an 11-2 lead after the first quarter and never looked back winning 53-25 over the Tigers. The Warriors had balanced scoring from everyone on the team, and was led in scoring by a break out effort by Blake Gumm with 20 points. Others scoring for the Warriors were Carson with 10, Avery 8, Kaury 6, Ryan 3 and Nevyn, Morgan, and Jackson with 2. The Warriors had 12 steals and 17 assists on the night showing that everyone was sharing the ball and running the floor. The team is now 11-6 on the year and . . .

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Art in Our School

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First & Second Grade News

1st and 2nd grade is having a very busy semester so far. We have started to go to the Nicol home to read to the residents. It is so much fun! They are helping us sharpen our reading skills. I also teach science in the afternoon. For the past few weeks the 5th grade has been going to Star Base in Salina. Star Base is an educational program sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. Students can participate in challenging "hands-on, mind-on" activities in aviation, science, technology, engineering, math, and space exploration. They have been doing some fun STEM . . .

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Art in Our School

          All high school students are now working on ceramics projects.  Before we got started on any projects, the students started with learning basic clay and ceramic art knowledge.  The students designed their art pieces then moved on to building their art work.      The 7th and 8th graders worked with coil pot techniques and the Art I students are working with slab box.  Art II students working on a slab vase.  Each grade has requirements that students must follow and different decorating technique that they are to . . .

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KWU Chorus Performs for Southern Cloud

     The Kansas Wesleyan University Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Ken Hakoda, recently treated the Southern Cloud 7 – 12th graders and their teachers to an energetic musical performance.  The Chorus and a small instrumental ensemble were on a three-day Choral tour that included stops in nine different high schools around the state.  In addition to Southern Cloud, the talented musicians performed at schools in Hays, Garden City, Dighton, Hutchinson, Lyons, Sterling and two high schools in Topeka .   KWU Chorus          . . .

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