Mustang Monitor, March 17th
About done Greetings,
Yes indeed!! Only today and one more until a most welcome and blessed break. I’m sure we will be going in a multitude of directions. I know of school trips to China and Washington DC and have heard of church groups heading to Colorado and Florida. Doubtless, there are many other destinations planned. Do travel safely, enjoy, be and stay well and remember our big ole Mustang family in your prayers for safety and “recovery.” Once we return, it will be a fast and furious eight weeks until the semester’s conclusion.
Some game changes are in the works for tonight’s events. Rather than a Weekly Schedule, here is the plan:
4:00 V GB Track @ Morrilton Away
4:30 V Softball vs eSTEM @ Burns Park Away
5:00 Boys Soccer v Maumelle Charter – Postponed Home 5:00 Girls Soccer @ Pulaski Academy – Reschedule to April 19 Away
7:30 V Baseball vs eSTEM @ Burns Park Away
Nothing, Nada, Zip, Zero, Take a Break, Have Fun, Be careful, See you soon!
Now, some Shout Outs for the winter sports Post Season Honors. Receiving special recognition for their efforts were:
Swimming – Katie Games, All State. Katie finished 3rd in two events at the state meet.
Wrestling – Cody Reynolds, Brent Johnston, Braden Quesinberry – All State. Quesinberry was also the Runner Up in the 170# division.
Boys Basketball – Rashad Martin, Kamryn Vick, Grant Wood – All Conference. Rashad Martin was also named to the 4A All State Team
Girls Basketball – Christyn Williams – All Conference, 4A All State and 4A All State Tournament Team. Jenna Davis – 4A All State Tournament Team. Christyn was also named the USA Today/Gatorade Player of the Year for Arkansas.
Congratulations to all the players and coaches and we are proud of you!!!
That is it for now; I want this in your Inbox for the game change information for tonight. Have a great break; thank you for your support and attention. Give us a shout if we can be of help but I would suggest email after 4:00 tomorrow. Might be tough getting a phone answered around here. Be well, be happy, be safe and be prayerful for all.
Doug Killgore, CMAA
Assistant Principal/Activities Director