GJHS Daily Bulletin
GREENSBURG JR HIGH SCHOOL
505 E. CENTRAL AVE.
GREENSBURG, IN 47240
TELEPHONE (812) 663-7523
FAX (812) 663-9425
PRINCIPAL: MR. MATT CLIFFORD
MRS. DEBBIE SMITH
MRS. APRIL CAUDILL
MRS. KATIE BEYER
A.D.: MR. JOHN RIGNEY
ASSIST. A.D.: DAN MANUS
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING! NO SCHOOL
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27TH & 28TH
The Greensburg Pirates 8th Grade "A" Basketball team continued their winning ways on Monday night, defeating the Connersville Spartans at home, winning 61-49. The Pirates led by 10 at the half, 27-17, and never looked back.
Point guard Drew Comer, going 16 for 19 from the free throw line on the night, led all Pirate scorers with 24 points. Mason McLeod, who is averaging a double-double in the first four games, added an additional 11 points, while Aaron Black and Cole Carder gave the Pirates six points each. Other Pirate scorers included Dylan Mann with five points, Logan Smith with four points, and Trevor Foster with three points. According to Tucker, Kody Newhart added speed and discipline on the defensive end.
The Pirates grabbed 24 rebounds on the night. McLeod, as he has each time this season, led the Pirates in boards with 10, while Black added eight. Foster added three important rebounds throughout the game, while Mann and Comer each grabbed two.
The record for the Pirates currently stands at 4-0 with a record of 2-0 in the EIAC. The Pirates will play the South Dearborn Knights in Aurora next Tuesday evening.
Greensburg 7A extended its win streak to 4-0 with win over Connersville. The Pirates took a slim lead the first period 8-6 and 15-12 at the half. The young crew controlled the second half posting 16pts in both quarters. Miles Wilkison led in scoring with 21 pts., Andrew Welage 12pts., Cade Reynolds had a nice game with 8 pts. and five boards. Welage and Clinton Lorenz did a good job on the boards with seven and six respectfully. Welage led assists with seven and had two steals. Lorenz also had two steals. Cole Nobbe, Aaron Moeller and Daimon Austin chipped in 2pts. to round out the scoring for the Pirates. Ryan Fisse and Ben Duerstock played their role tonight but did not score. Next game will be at South Dearborn Dec. 2.
7TH & 8TH GRADE GIRLS BASEKKTBALL TRYOUT INFORMATION…Tryout is December 1st. 8th grade starts right after school in the Aux. Gym. 8th grade will meet in the gym after school (Sit in the stands right of the scorer’s bench). 7th grade will start at 5 PM in the Aux. Gym.
All girls will need a physical on file to tryout. Wear a T-shirt, gym shorts, & basketball shoes.
WRESTLING PRE-SEASONOPEN MAT 3-5 P.M.
NOV 27 THANKSGIVING BREAK-NO OPEN MAT
DEC 2 Pre-season conditioning (open mat)
DEC 4 Pre-season conditioning (open mat)
PHYSICAL REQUIRED FOR DEC 8TH PRACTICE
DEC 8 Official practice begins.
After school until 5:30
Practice is 3-5:30 P.M. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
Wednesday practice is 3-5 P.M.
Meet on the west side game of the gym to right of the score table. Coach will meet you there.
Kids' Closet, located at City Hall, will be open on Dec. 3rd. Hours are 4:30-6:30 PM. Children from K through 6th grades may attend. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
The $10.00 gift certificates are on sale thru Dec. 4. Extra order forms are available in the office or the black tower. Reminder that you must collect money/check at time of order. Orders will start being filled later next week. $2.50 per every $10.00 will go toward your Washington DC trip. Orders should be turned into Mrs. Burkhart in the mornings before school in the auxiliary gym, please have your name on all your forms and check your totals.
A new shipment of letter jackets have arrived. Cost is $120.00. They are great for Christmas gifts. Supplies are limited so don’t wait to get one reserved.
Any student who is interested in group counseling and has not had a chance to sign up yet should see Mrs. Caudill or Mrs. Beyer.
REMEMBER TO CONTINUALLY CHECK STANDS OUTSIDE THE MAIN OFFICE FOR NEW NEWS. YMCA and others update their activities regularly.
The Greensburg Jr. High School is once again collecting Box Tops for Education. The labels are on many different products and every once in a while there are “BONUS” box tops worth more than 10 cents. The homerooms will compete with each other! The top class will receive a free pizza/pop party. 2nd and 3rd place will receive ice cream/popsicles. The end of our first contest will be Nov. 12 so start searching your cabinets and pantries!
Students may now buy drinks and snacks from the snack cart after school. Drinks will be water $1.00, Switch $1.25, and snacks costing $ .25 - $1.00. It will be located outside the cafeteria.