Daily Bulletin | Wednesday

September 15, 2021

Green Day


Calling all College Bound Hilltoppers!! The following colleges have visits today: Paul Smiths College of Arts and Sciences at 10am—Colby Conf. Room; Saint Michael’s College at 10:30am—Colby Conf. Room; Keene State College at 12:30pm—Colby Conf. Room; University of Southern California at 1pm—via Zoom; and Tulane University of Louisiana at 1:30pm—via Zoom. Please be sure to sign up for their visits on Naviance and view all details. If you are scheduled to be in class during the time of the visit, please check in with your teacher before coming to the college visit.


The following colleges will have visits tomorrow: Lynn University and American University. Be sure to visit Naviance to sign up for all college visits.


Attention Sophomores! Ready for some fun with your class? Mark your calendars for the first event of the year. Outdoor Movie night in the amphitheater, this Saturday, Sept. 18 from 7:30 -10. The featured movie will be Jumanji- The next level There is no charge for the movie and the first bag of popcorn is free. Drinks and other snacks will be sold throughout the evening. Grab a friend and come join the fun with your classmates Saturday, Sept. 18 at 7:30.


Find your inner Olympian! Come to badminton on Stowe Green today, beginning at 3:30. 


Outing Club will meet Wednesday at 3:45 at our rock wall in front of the Green Dorm. If we need to make adjustments due to weather, they will come to you via your stjlabs email.


Outing Club will offer lawn games on Stowe Green in front of the library this Thursday at 3:30. Come hone your skills or try out something new.


Science Olympiad meets in Streeter 241 Wednesday and Thursday after conference period from 3:30-4:30.  Get your exploration on!  Email questions and regrets to Mr. Eckel.


Library News! To check out books from the SJA library you must provide one very important thing. That thing is your name. That’s all, we are not kidding! Find a library book you want to read, bring it to the circulation desk, say your name, and the book is yours for three weeks. Do you need to show your student ID? No! Do you need to pay money to check out books? No! Can you only check out a single book? No, you can check out pretty much any number of books. Do you have to return your books within three weeks or suffer penalties? No! Checking out books for longer is easy. That’s the whole deal. All the library asks in return is that you take care of the books you borrow. Your librarians have seen it all: books nibbled by dogs, plunked in ponds, left bouncing around in backpacks, bookmarked with a lettuce leaf. Ouch. Enjoy your books and return them so others can enjoy them as well.


Happy Birthday today to Griffen Sukkaew, Kelly Ford, Grace Pytel, and a special Happy Birthday to Dawson Wilkins from the Smith Advisory! 


BOYS GOLF @ ROCKY RIDGE COUNTRY CLUB 4:00, please release the team at 12:30



JV-A Boys Soccer lost to Burr and Burton, 2-1. Riku Momazawa scored the goal for the team.


Despite a new course record, by 29 seconds, from Evan Thornton-Sherman, and very strong races from Nathan Lenzini and Andrew Thornton Sherman, the boy’s XC team lost to # 1 ranked U32 21-39 at home yesterday.


The girls XC team beat U32 24 to 42. They were lead by Franny Cozzens with a 2nd place finish and Bennet Crance in 4th, McKenna Crance in 5th, Peyton Qualter, Adele Bernier and Sarah Pennypacker in 6, 7, and 8th place.


Both the Varsity and the JV Girls Soccer beat Lake Region, 2-0. In the second half of play in the Varsity game, Makenna Brochu scored the first goal on a pass from Maren Nitsche. 40 seconds later, Eihlis Murphy connected with Hannah Amadon off a corner kick for a header into the goal. Hayden Wilkins recorded the shutout in net.


Boys varsity soccer defeated Brattleboro 3-2 in OT on Wednesday afternoon. Brandon Demars scored two goals assisted by Liam Laidlaw and Gerardo Fernandez. Tucker Chapman scored the game-winning goal in OT. The JV-A team also beat Brattleboro, 3-0.


Varsity Field Hockey beat North Country, 4-0. Clara Andre and Taylor Farnsworth both scored two goals, with assists from Ashley Fox, Madigan Maurer, and Hannah MacDonald. The JV team also beat North Country, 2-1, with goals scored by Maggie Langlais and Sofia Limoges.


Varsity Volleyball beat Enosburg, 3-0, and the JV team won, 2-0.



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