April 28, 2021

Table of Contents

HEADLINE NEWS
– HS Golf Wins State Championship
– Patriot Fun Run
– 7th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament
LOOKING AHEAD
 – Calendar of Events
CHAPEL NOTES AND SERVERS
– Chapel Notes
PATRIOT SPOTLIGHT
– First Grade Music Highlight
– LS Orchestra – Kagan Hernandez
– Olivia Needham
ALL SCHOOL NEWS
– Library News
– All Saints Athletic Booster Club – Officer Elections
– Fine Arts Night – Save the Date!
– Summer Camps
PLC / LS NEWS
– PLC Chapel Highlights
– Tricycle Rodeo
– Fourth Grade Bat Caves
– Tumbling Showtime
MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS
– MS Choir Earns Superior Ratings
– MS Band Earns Highest Honors
– Mo Ranch
– Coaches Corner
– Patriot Night – Save the Date!
HIGH SCHOOL NEWS
– Division Head Updates
–  High School Student Council Elections
– Junior Class Fundraiser
– Alumni Luncheon
– Coaches Corner
– Senior Night (Honoring our Senior Athletes)

Congratulations to First Grade Teacher and New Mommy Kayla Van Den Heuvel on the birth of baby girl, Evie Faith!

Patriot Boys Golf Team Wins State!

⛳🏌🏻‍♂️VARSITY GOLF TEAM WINS THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP; D’ALISE WINS INDIVIDUAL STATE CHAMPION!
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Golf team on winning their fourth consecutive  TAPPS 2A State Team Championship and fifth in six years!   The boys team has earned winning state titles in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 and now 2021. There was no state tournament in 2020 due to COVID. All Saints finished 78 strokes in front of runner up Allen Academy!  Great job, Patriots!

Freshman Luke D’Alise won the Individual State Champion title in a playoff round with defending state champion and All Saints senior Eli Tran.  Freshman Rohan Felton finished fifth overall with junior Aydan Allen not far behind him with a 7th place overall finish.

Players are seniors Graham St. Clair and Eli Tran, junior Aydan Allen, and freshmen Luke D’Alise, Rohan Felton, Jacque Hunter, Kaden Jimenez, and Harry Roberts. They are coached by David Chapman and Leon Von Rensburg.

For a complete run down of results from the state golf competition, click here!

🎉🎈One Week, Two Awesome Events… Countdown to Fun! ⛳🏃🏻‍♂️

Swing for the Future Golf Tournament, May 3 | Patriot Fun Run, May 7

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DAILY CHALLENGES!
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TEAM DAY!

Wednesday, April 28: Team Day 1, Make a student star video and share that video to ask for pledges.  It’s EASY to register at Funrun.com!

🎉Thursday, April 29: Team Day 2, Extra Recess Challenge: Top class in new pledges tonight earns extra recess! (Teacher of winning class decides when and how long for reward).

💰Friday, April 30: Team Day 3, Weekend Challenge: any student who earns NEW $2 per lap pledges over the weekend earns the BONUS prize!

👒Monday, May, 3: Team Day 4, Pledges for Hat Day: any student who gets a new pledge of ANY amount TONIGHT gets to wear a hat to school tomorrow.

🥳Tuesday, May 4: Team Day 5, Popsicle Party: Top class in NEW PLEDGES TONIGHT earns a popsicle party.

🕺🏻Wednesday, May 5: Team Day 6, Glow Dance Party Challenge – top class in new pledges earns a glow-in-the dark dance party in the Black Box Theater.

🏆 Thursday, May 6: Team Day 7, Last Night for Pledges! Get 1 more pledge to help us reach our goal.

🏃🏻‍♂️🏃🏻‍♀️Friday, May 7: Event Day… remember to wear your Fun Run t-shirt!

New Fun Run Challenge Announced!

During yesterday’s Student Fun Run Kick Off, a new challenge was offered by Coach Jeremy Binion. He has pledged to run an Ultra Marathon of more than 100 laps if the students reach the school’s fundraising goal of $50,000 by the day of the Fun Run on May 7th!  WOW!  Thank you Coach Binion for inspiring our community to get fit, have fun, and help our school!

7th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament ⛳

Thank you to our 2021 Golf Sponsors. If you would like to join us, we have three team spots still available.  Click Here to sign up to play!

Golfers have an Opportunity to Win a New Car! 🎉

Calendar of Events

April 29

  • Red Day
  • Fun Run Team Day 2:  Extra Recess Challenge – Top class in new pledges tonight earns extra recess! (Teacher of winning class decides when and how long for reward).
  • 8:15 a.m: Baccalaureate, Patriot Gym   (First – Twelfth Grade attend.  Seniors may each have six (6) guests.  Face masks are required.)
  • 3:30 – 5:30 p.m: Matilda Rehearsal, Kirby Commons
  • 6 p.m: NJHS Inductions, Kirby Commons

April 30

  • Blue Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – PLC attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • ALL DAY: High School Track at TAPPS State Meet @ TBA
  • 9 – 9:30 a.m: Kindergarten Fiesta, Patriot Gym
  • 7 p.m: Matilda, The Musical Performance for Fifth – Twelfth Grade, Kirby
  • Fun Run Team Day 3: Weekend Challenge – any student who earns NEW $2 per lap pledges over the weekend earns the BONUS prize!

May 1

  • 7 p.m: Matilda, The Musical Performance for Fifth – Twelfth Grade, Kirby Commons

May 3

  • Blue Day
  • Fun Run Team Day 4:  Pledges for Hat Day – any student who gets a new pledge of ANY amount TONIGHT gets to wear a hat to school tomorrow.
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – First through Fourth Grade attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • 8 – Noon:  High School AP U.S. Government Test
  • 11:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m7th Annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament, Rawls Golf Course, 3720 4th Street: 11:30 a.m.  Registration / Lunch; 1:30 p.m. Shot Gun Start
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  High School AP Physics C – Mechanics Test
  • 2:30 – 5 p.m:  High School AP Physics C – Electricity & Magnetism Test

May 4

  • Red Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m: Chapel – First through Fourth Grade attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • Team Day 5:  Popsicle Party – Top class in NEW PLEDGES TONIGHT earns a Popsicle party
  • 8 – Noon:  High School AP Calculus AB Test
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  High School AP Human Geography Test
  • 5 – 7:30 p.m: Fine Arts Night, Patriot Gym

May 5

  • Blue Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – Fifth through Eighth Grade attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • Fun Run Team Day 6: Glow Dance Party Challenge – top class in new pledges earns a glow-in-the dark dance party in the Black Box Theater
  • 8 – Noon:  High School AP 12th Grade English Literature & Composition Test
  • Noon – 4 p.m:  High School AP Physics I Test

May 6

  • Red Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – Fifth through Eighth Grade attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • Fun Run Team Day 7:  Last Night for Pledges! Get 1 more pledge to help us reach our goal
  • 8 – Noon:  High School AP U.S. History Test
  • 11:45 a.m.- 12:45 p.m: Fifth Grade Celebration of Mothers
  • 1- 4:30 p.m: Middle School Golf @ All Saints Championship, Reese Golf Center, 1406 Quitsna, Lubbock

May 7

  • Red Day
  • 8 – 8:30 a.m:  Chapel – PLC attend chapel in person. (Parents may join their child on the day that their child’s grade level attends in person.), Jones Gym
  • Noon – 3:00 p.m:  Patriot Fun Run, Patriot Track
  • 10:30 – 11 a.m: Pre-Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea, PLC

May 8

  • 7-10 p.m: 💃🏻🕺🏻Junior – Senior Prom, Cotton Court Hotel, 1610 Broadway Street, Lubbock

For the most up to date calendar, go to our school website.

Looking Ahead

  • May 10 – 25:  Spring Book Fair; High School AP Testing
  • May 11:  Parent Group Dine Out – Drink @ Happy’s (114th & Indiana); Middle School Patriot Night (for MS athletes)
  • May 12:  High School Athletics Senior Night
  • May 14:  Fourth Grade Trip to Carlsbad Caverns; High School Awards
  • May 15:  First – Fourth Grades Musical Pirates Past Noon
  • May 16:  Graduation
  • May 18:  Junior Leadership Training
  • May 19:  Junior Trip to Palo Duro Canyon; Board of Trustees Meeting
  • May 20:  Junior Investiture Ceremony
  • May 26 – 27:  School Dismissed at Noon; Eighth Grade Banquet
  • May 27:  Last Day of School; Noon Dismissal
  • May 28 – June 4:  School Offices Closed

Chapel Notes

I’m so grateful that the first full Moon that occurs on or just after the Spring Equinox was so early this year!  Why, you might ask?  Because this means that we will be together for both Ascension and Pentecost as a school community!  That doesn’t always happen. Did you know that Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday following the full Moon that occurs on or just after the Spring Equinox.  Easter is a moveable holiday, unlike Christmas or Independence Day.  Some years, school has already dismissed before we get to Ascension or Pentecost.  They are both such important parts of the Resurrection story!  This week marks our fourth week of Easter.  We have been sharing stories of how Jesus spent time with the disciples after the Resurrection – teaching, preparing, reassuring, loving.

It has been a joy to begin gathering by division for chapel last week, along with student acolytes, readers, and the use of the Books of Common Prayer.  This week, we are folding back in hymnal singing (while masked) as well.  Thursday will be a very special day as we will gather grades 1-11 together to honor and pray for our seniors at Baccalaureate.  This service will be streamed for parents who wish to join us.  Only senior parents will be allowed on campus to attend in person.  What a joy to be able to gather a larger portion of our campus together safely.

Peace to you all this spring season,

Chaplain Paige+

Chapel Servers

Thursday, April 29 (Baccalaureate)

Friday, April 30 (Eighth)

Readers: Kristen Mitchell, Shiloh Roach
Acolytes: Ethan Min, Anson Proffitt, Hunter Reasoner, Seth Rivas

Monday, May 3 (Fourth)

Readers: Sophia Scioli, Presley Scolaro
Acolytes: Zoey Scranton, Marsali Soonpaa, Lilly Taylor, Caroline Tirey

Tuesday, May 4 (Fourth)

Readers: Harris Underwood, Kenedee Valdez
Acolytes: Alejandro Verdugo Reffreger, Berklie Wade, Logan Wade, TBD

Wednesday, May 5 (Eighth)

Readers: Sydney Smith, Maya Vermillion
Acolytes: Emily White, Ayden Wisniewski, Reese Wolfe, Nola Woods

Thursday, May 6 (Eighth)

Readers:  Hannah Harvey, Caroline Hensley
Acolytes: Noah Herrera, Hayden Hillin, Camryn Howe, Jacob Janes

Friday, May 7 (Seventh)

Readers: Kallie Lampe, Emma Lane
Acolytes: Anna Lipe, Lia Liu, Katy Jane St. Clair, Adelaide Underwood

Monday, May 10 (Third)

Readers: Avery Andrews, Karter Casey
Acolytes: Addison Abbe, Alexa Abbe, Aubrey Abbe, Kennedy Cecil

Tuesday, May 11 (Third)

Readers: Max Clark, Abigail Coon
Acolytes: Kai Cranford, Sophee Gill, Caroline Gooch, Claire Gouvion

Wednesday, May 12 (Seventh)

Readers: Nate Bumstead and Willem Duemer
Acolytes: Benjamin Kunkov, Dylan Caffey, Sebastian and Octavio Cervera

PATRIOT SPOTLIGHT

Our Lower School Music Class gets creative and learns about rhythm using a tennis ball!  Thank you to Mrs. Cameron for sharing this fun video!

Here’s a sampling of the wonderful music our Lower School Orchestra students are learning!  Thank you to Kagan Hernandez for sharing your talents.

All Saints student and Scout, Olivia Needham was recently recognized as the new Secretary of the Southern Region-Section 2 Order of the Arrow. Olivia is a member and Vice Chief of Publications of Nakona Lodge 150, Order of the Arrow of Scouts BSA.  Olivia is the first elected female to serve as Section Officer! Way to go, Olivia!

All School News

All Saints Booster Club

What is the All Saint Booster Club?
You may not know that the All Saints Athletic Booster Club is more than an organization that simply supports sports; the booster club supports All Saints Episcopal School as a whole from Lower School to High School!

Tumbling mats, umbrellas for lower school teachers to use during pickup and drop off, bleachers for the football field, and much more have been purchased by the booster club to help make our school better.  The Booster Club is a volunteer organization that also supports athletics in Middle School and High School by purchasing equipment, buying uniforms, paying for travel to games, and allowing student athletes to play a variety of sports without an additional fee on top of tuition to play.

We are able to contribute to the success of the school as a result of the generous financial support from great parents and community members like you!  Our parents give graciously of their time and their talents.  Through continued volunteer efforts, spirit wear purchases, and special fundraising activities such as the annual Swing for the Future Golf Tournament, we will succeed again this year.

How Can I Get Involved with the All Saints Booster Club?
Everyone is welcome to join us!  We typically meet the first Friday of each month.  The success of our Booster Club is dependent on our All Saints family who help with concession stands, collect entry fees at games, attend booster club meetings, and volunteer to work on the various booster club committees or help in a leadership position.  This year has flown by as we have only one meeting left for the 20-21 school year.

When are the Booster Club Leadership Elections?
During the last meeting of this school year, we will be holding elections for next year’s leaders and committees. It’s a perfect time to get involved!  President, Vice President, Concession Stand Chairman, Committee Member for fundraising or spirit wear – these are just some of the ways you can contribute.  Most importantly, we invite you to come to the meetings and share your ideas!

When is the next meeting?
All parents of All Saints students are members of the booster club – no fees, no paperwork!  And all are encouraged to join us at our monthly meetings.  Our next meeting will be Thursday, May 13th at noon in the administrative conference room.

Library News

📚 Get ready for The Return of The Book Fair!  We’ve been working with Scholastic on safety protocols, so things will look a little different:  smaller, eWallet payments, limited number attending at any given time.  This much-loved event will happen in the library May 10-14.  An online option will still be available.  Lots more details to come! If you want to help, setup or takedown the book fair or manage a two-hour shift, contact Priya Gill at priya.gill@ttu.edu or Christina Barritt at cgrace70@me.com

Summer Camps

Summer is only a few months away and it is time to start thinking about camps!

Many of the camps offered on campus allow All Saints families to have first pick for camp registration.  After the allotted time has passed, the registration will open up to the Lubbock community.  These fill up quickly so now is the time to sign up.

We will be offering Art, Band, Theatre, Orchestra and Volleyball camps this summer. The Art, Theatre, Orchestra and Volleyball camp registration forms are found below.  The rest of the forms will be coming soon.  Keep a look out for more information coming your way.

The online registration link for Theatre Camps is https://forms.gle/cAbV2y7hKATqcEiG7 or you may click a link below to print an order form.

Please find Orchestra Camp forms below.

All Saints Volleyball Camps:

Camp1: Grades 1 – 5; June21 – 25; 8 – 11am (girls +boys) 

Camp 2: Grades 6 – 8; June 21 – 25; 1 – 4 pm (girls + boys)

Camp 3: Grades 9 – 12; June 21 – 25; 6 – 9 pm

Click Here for Online Volleyball Registration

PLC/LS NEWS

PLC Chapel

✝️ Our PLC Chapel time teaches children the art of using age-appropriate Bible parables, sacred traditions, songs and verses centering around Jesus.  We worship together and use object lessons, puppet shows, figurines, sign language and dramatic play to help children visualize what is happening.  Our story this week started with the Bible story of Esther as a young girl played by one of our Pre-Kindergarten students and culminated with Esther’s brave faith in God to help save her people played by our talented Ms. Cannon.  Coach Chapman and Officer Owen also joined the fun starring as King Xerxes and the King’s guard.  The students were so excited to witness a Bible story of love brought to life!

Tricycle Rodeo

All Saints welcomed over 80 cowboys and cowgirls to campus on April 16 including a few rodeo clowns! The Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten students have been studying Texas history and the unit concludes with the beloved tradition of a Tricycle Rodeo. The Eighth Grade students joined in the fun and served as leaders, mentors and facilitators. They dressed up alongside our youngest Patriots in western attire and led them on a parade around campus that ended with the tricycle parade in Patriot Gym. It was a great opportunity for our Eighth Grade students to get to know our youngest Patriots better! 🤠

Fourth Grade Bat Caves

Yesterday two of the three fourth grade classrooms were transformed into bat caves. This is all part of the fourth grade study of bats and caverns. The students served as tour guides to our younger Patriots as they shared their knowledge of bats and cave formations.   The unit will conclude with a trip to Carlsbad Caverns in May.

Tumbling Showtime

Thank you to all the parents and teachers who helped make this year’s Tumbling Showtime such a huge success!  The tumbling students did a great job and enjoyed strutting their stuff for their teachers, friends and family!

MIDDLE SCHOOL NEWS

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR EARNS SUPERIOR RATING

The middle school choir competed at the Irons Choir Invitational on Friday.  They received superior ratings across the board from all the judges! This is the highest score the girls could receive.  Yesterday, we learned they also earned the Best in Class Award!  The performance was an 80s throwback complete with dancing, singing and 80s attire!  Way to go, ladies!

Mr. Rob Lovett and Band Director Charley Cross (A Full Band picture will be in next issue of the Patriot Passages)

MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND EARNS TOP RATINGS

Our middle school band competed in Abernathy at the Abernathy Band Festival on April 21.  Our band came home with three BIG trophies, lots of smiles and two very happy band directors!

Out of 71 total bands competing, our Seventh and Eighth grade band received a superior rating from all judges (the highest score available) along with the Outstanding Overall Middle School Band award!  Wow.  Congratulations to our Seventh and Eighth Grade band on this amazing accomplishment.

The Fifth and Sixth Grade and the Fourth Grade bands also received superior ratings from all judges!  It was a great day for our Patriots. Congratulations on a job well done and notes well played!  🎶🎵

Mo Ranch Trip

After a year of pandemic cancellations and postponements, our Eighth Grade students recently traveled to beautiful Mo Ranch nestled on 500 acres along the Guadalupe River located in Hunt, TX.  This is a time for our kids to connect in a screen-free environment.

Students had the chance to participate in four “high rope” elements:  the Big Gulp, zip line, rappelling from the catwalk, and the highly anticipated Mo Pole.  Each child was encouraged to take part in each challenge.  In order to do this, they had to be willing to “literally” step outside their comfort zone.

Students also participated in team building activities such as a scavenger hunt, raft building and racing. They experienced nature through kayaking the Guadalupe River and a reptile demonstration.  In the evenings, students had fun playing games and roasting marshmallows for s’mores.

Several students remarked Mo Ranch was better than any summer camp they’d attended.  The bonds formed at Mo Ranch will last for many years to come.

MIDDLE SCHOOL COACHES CORNER

*Cindy Taylor is working on a Middle School Athletics slideshow to be shared on Patriot Night. Please send her 1-2 sports photos of your favorite MS athlete! You may email to ctaylor@allsaintsschool.org or text 806-928-1148! Thank you.

Golf
All Saints Middle School Golf is in full swing. Both boys and girls have  placed in the top three in each of their outings. Today was the WTCAA tournament in Canyon. Our golf teams performed well with a second place finish for both boys and girls!  Congratulations to our middle school golfers on a great season!

Girls Golf Team
Tess Henthorn
Lauren Brashear
Emma Lane
Carter Piland

Boys Golf Team
Jackson Tyler
Noah Garcia
Kingston Jimenez
Beckham Winter
Lucas Villegas Vargas

Tennis
Middle school tennis this season has been phenomenal!

With over 160 matches in the spring season, the MS tennis team only dropped around 25 matches to Southcrest, Christ the King and Trinity. We are standing as the most dominant team in the city.  The future is very bright for these young athletes.

On April 22nd we hosted the WTCAA and the result mirrored what we had seen all season. In the four “A” draws, All Saints competed and won gold in three of the competitions, and silver in two.   We had multiple third place and consolation finishes across the board.

Coach Richolson has enjoyed working with these young players.  “This is a very special group of Sixth, Seventh and Eighth grade athletes,” said Coach Tucker Richolson.   “This is only the beginning for many of them.  There will certainly be many more success stories on the court for these young athletes!”

HIGH SCHOOL NEWS

High School Student Council Elections

High school held its student council election for the 2021-2022 school year.  Below are the newly elected council members.

President – Chase Farnsworth

Vice President – Caleb Hillin (not pictured)

Secretary – Alex Mercer

Treasurer – Campbell Howe

Historian – Kalvy Thompson

Publicity – Spencer Johnson

Junior Class Italian Dinner Fundraiser

Thank you to all who helped to support the junior class fundraiser.  Whether you purchased dinner or bid on service auction items, your support is greatly appreciated!  It was a big success and juniors had a wonderful time delivering meals and working the curbside pick-up line.  Much appreciation and gratitude goes to Susannah Mercer and Cliff Hillin for leading the charge on this event and each of the junior parents who graciously helped cook, pack meals, and clean up.  Heather Skinner, our amazing food and lunch coordinator, went above and beyond in helping to oversee the meal preparation, cooking and packaging of the meals.

Please be sure to RSVP by May 7 to assure that there is ice cream for everyone! 🍨

Alumni Luncheon

Seventeen new alumni were inducted into the All Saints Alumni Association during a luncheon honoring the Class of 2021.  Founded in 2016, the Alumni Association supports graduates and former students with opportunities for connections, networking, and fellowship.  Congratulations to this year’s newest alums!

HIGH SCHOOL COACHES CORNER

Golf

⛳🏌🏻‍♂️VARSITY GOLF TEAM WINS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP; D’ALISE WINS INDIVIDUAL STATE CHAMPION!
Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Golf team on winning their fourth consecutive  TAPPS 2A State Team Championship and fifth in six years!   The boys team has earned winning state titles in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 and now 2021. There was no state tournament in 2020 due to COVID. All Saints finished 78 strokes in front of runner up Allen Academy!  Great job, Patriots!

Freshman Luke D’Alise won the Individual State Champion title in a playoff round with defending state champion and All Saints senior Eli Tran.

The golf team includes seniors Graham St. Clair and Eli Tran, junior Aydan Allen, and freshmen Luke D’Alise, Rohan Felton, Jacque Hunter, Kaden Jimenez, and Harry Roberts. They are coached by David Chapman and Leon Von Rensburg.

For a complete run down of results from the state golf competition, click here!

TRACK
PATRIOT TRACK TEAM ADVANCEs TO STATE MEET IN 13 EVENTS
Congratulations to the high school boys and girls track teams. The girls team earned second place and the boys team placed fourth overall at the TAPPS 2A North Regional Track Meet. First, Second, Third and Fourth place finishers advance to the TAPPS 2A Track and Field State Championship to be held on April 30 and May 1 in Waco.  Congratulations to the following athletes who advanced to the state competition.

GIRLS TEAM: SECOND PLACE REGIONAL MEET
Fourth Place Women’s 400 Meter Relay: Ella Aycock (junior), Chloe
Conover (sophomore), Leah Vinson (junior), Reese Rogers (junior)
Fourth Place Women’s 100 Meter Dash: Reese Rogers (junior)
Fourth Place Women’s 300 Meter Hurdles: Jilayne Headrick (junior)
First Place Women’s 4×400 Meter Relay: Ella Aycock (junior), Reese Rogers (junior), Leah Vinson (junior), Chloe Conover (sophomore)
First Place Women’s Long Jump: Reese Rogers (junior)
First Place Women’s Shot Put: Lauren Bayouth (sophomore)
Third Place Women’s Triple Jump: Chloe Conover (sophomore)

BOYS TEAM: FOURTH PLACE REGIONAL
First Place Men’s 800 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (sophomore)
Fourth Place Men’s 4×200 Meter Relay: Daniel Vermillion (sophomore) Joseph Paone (sophomore), Caden Mead (freshman), Chase Farnsworth (junior)
First Place Men’s 1600 Meter Run: Lee Taylor (sophomore)
Second Place Men’s 4×400 Meter Relay: Ross Rogers (senior), Ash Bumstead (senior), Joseph Paone (sophomore), Vincent Paone (senior)
First Place Men’s High Jump: Rowe Osborne (sophomore)
Fourth Place Men’s Triple Jump: Jack Robinson (freshman)

For a complete list of Regional qualifiers and results go to:  fttiming.com.  The Patriot state qualifiers will depart for Waco on Thursday afternoon at 12:30 p.m. with the 3200M run and the field events on Friday and all running events on Saturday.  Good Luck Patriots!

State Track Information:
Friday Event Schedule
Saturday Event Schedule
Live Stream Link:  https://tapps.biz/tappstv/

Basketball
Three All Saints basketball players were recognized by Hub City Preps recently and received All-City recognition. Congratulations to Jack, Luke and Britton! (The captions below each picture are from HubCityPreps.com.

Newcomer of the Year!  Jack Robinson, All Saints (Freshman) Robinson stepped onto the varsity level for the first time after recovering from a collarbone injury suffered in football and was an immediate sparkplug for the Patriots. He averaged 10.5 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3 steals a game and shot 33.8% from outside the 3-point arc and was often an emotional sparkplug on a team chock full of seniors.

 

2nd Team All-City Luke Maples, All Saints (Senior) Headlined the Patriots’ senior contingent by leading the team with 10.6 points while corralling 6.5 rebounds a game and recording 26 assists and 13 steals.

3rd Team All-City Britton Stoffregen, All Saints SR During a season perforated by injuries and COVID-19 stoppages, Stoffregen grinded through his final season to average 7.3 points and lead All Saints with 29 3-pointers while connecting at a 38.2%.