Thursday, December 20, 2007

Choir presents holiday concert

Room 210 Editor

The South Middle School Vocal Music Department, under the direction of Ms. Julie Yonkers, presented its annual holiday concert, "Merrily Sing Noel!" Tuesday in the auditorium. A performance was also given during an assembly Tuesday morning.

The program opened with the sixth grade choir performing six numbers, including solos by Kenya Schmidt and Amanda Schilling.
The Concert Choir performed eight songs, with solos by Sarah Painter, Tanner Crawford, Adam Schilling, Mariah Sanders, and Katie Uttley.
The Southern Belles, South's show choir, performed "A Jingle Bell Christmas."

Sixth Grade Cholr- Tiffanie Alexander, Joceline Bogarin, Keantavious Burns, Heather Copeland, Leigh Ann Craig, Laura Crews, Khristopher Dailey, Shelbie DeWitt, Abby Dial, Kenny Gonzalez, Summer Hall, Erica Handy, Cayley Hardison, Haleigh Hawkins, Sarah Heimberg, Wesley Hooks, Bradley Kennedy, Jawni Lemmons, Cassie Lloyd, Amanda Marvin, Shea Mazur, Emily Merritt, Austin Oxford, Hailee Peek, Amara Pendergraft, Salena Perez, Alivia Plassman, Kenneth Ricketson, Kortnie Roberts, Shaina Saylor, Amanda Schilling, Kenya Schmidt, Dominic Searle, Mackenzie Shamblin, Erika Smith, Shaffer Stevens, Alex Still, Stephen Tatum, Trece Tinder, Georgina Velazquez, Brook Vickers, Nicole Walker, Megan Walls, Rebekah Walters, Alexia Westfall, Marti Westfall, Olivia Wills, Rachelle Wilson.

Concert Choir- Torri Ackerson, Kayla Alexander-Norris, Jodi Anderson, Sierra Bartholomew, Kendra Bauersfield, Lindsey Beall, Haley Bowers, Madison Briggs, Charlee Brown, Clayton Brown, Lexi Brown, Ethan Bryan, Courtney Burns, Tozia Burris, Hannah Cady, Hollis Cady, Taylor Camden, Jordan Chambers, Marcus Clark, Cheslie Cook, Cecil Cornish, Tracie Cottrill, Tanner Crawford, Shaney Delzell, Felisha Derrick, Laila Douglas, Caroline Dutton, Shane Ellis, Calisha England, Tara Fleming, Jared Fuller, Christina Gates, Eleena Gonzales, Kelsey Gould, Jordan Hamilton, Allison Hankins, Taylor Harris, Erika Hinojosa, Rachelle Hughbank, Shelby Ingram, Anna Johnson, Carson Jones, Heather Jones, Kevin Justus, Katie Kemmery, Shani Knight, Tera Knight, Lauren Layne, Itzell Lopez, Elisha Mansour, Sarah Matthews, Dominique Michael, Tori Mitchell, Ghenessa Moore, Jade Moore, Holly O'Dell, Brianna Oxford, Sarah Painter, Bethani Patterson, Katie Phelps, Mackenzy Pierce, Kayla Pinkerton, Justice Pullam, Cady Reddell, Emma Rice, Barbara Rodriguez, Abby Sadler, Mariah Sanders, Adam Schilling, Krystal Schulze, Adrienne Self, Shelby Shumaker, Taylor Shutte, Mindy Sirichok, Candace Smith, C. D. Smith, Amanda Uselton, Brittany Utley, Katie Uttley, Hannah Ward, Storm Whittington, Nichole Yeoman.

Southern Belles- Jodi Anderson, Haley Bowers, Lexi Brown, Courtney Burns, Tozia Burris, Hannah Cady, Taylor Camden, Jordan Chambers, Shaney Delzell, Tara Fleming, Carson Jones, Tera Knight, Lauren Layne, Sarah Matthews, Tori Mitchell, Holly O'Dell, Sarah Painter, Mariah Sanders, Krystal Schulze.

(From top: Southern Belles, Sarah Painter performs solo, Tanner Crawford performs solo, Concert Choir, Sixth Grade Choir)

8th and 7th Grade Basketball Tryouts

Raycee Thompson Room 210 Editors

8th and 7th grade boy's basketball tryouts were wrapped up on the 5th of Dec. The basketball tryouts consisted of conditioning and teh coaches also took the students' grades into consideration. The 7th grade boy's basketball coach is Coach Wallace and the 8th grade boy's basketball coach is Coach Vieselmayer.

8th grade boy's basketball team: Nathan Cox, Beau Scroggins, Nathan Stripling, Nick McIntosh, Gareth Evans, Gill Randolph, Blake Putnam, Desean Triplett, Paden Lacey, Preston Ryser, Payton Pollock, Robert Braum, and Jeffrey Terry.

7th grade boy's basketball team: Hunter Mills, Kaleb Owens, CD Smith, Stefon Rich, Michael Oyler, Nate Brummer, Caleb Garton, Gabe Scchetta, Chelslie Cook, Jordan Buxton, Dalton Anderson, Joey Ryser, Axel Vene, and Calvin Halumbaugh.

The End Of Clubs

Raycee Thompson Room 210 Editor

The last club day was on the 29th of Nov. We would have club days every Fridays for a month. The reason we had the clubs all in one week at the end of the month was because the other schools did and Mr. Cook and thought it would be a good idea. As well as the fact that it would be easier for students and teachers to remember when it was club day.

Can you even imagine having to sort through nearly 600 names and make sure that the kids got what they wanted? Mr. Cookhad to do that. He actually went through all the names 3 or 4 times. Luckily he was willing to do that so we could have clubs.