MMS Sports Report 10/16

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Recycling Contest ~ Create Art

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The environmental  club is having a recycling contest! Make some art out of anything recyclable. All art must be submitted by November 15. Students will vote and the winner gets $25. 

Things to Donate? Recycling material can be brought into Ms. Wood’s room or to the bin in the main office. You can work on the projects on Mondays after school in Ms. Wood’s room.

Any questions ask Ms. Wood.

Rules:

  • Must be made out of ALL recycled materials.
  • Due to Ms. Wood by November 15, 2018.
  • Voting will be November 16-19, 2018 through email.
  • Students can work on their project with family and friends.
  • Winner announced November 20, 2018.
  • All 6th and 7th grade students can compete in the contest. $25 for the winner!!!

MMS Fall Sports Update October 3rd

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Congratulations to the MMS Cross Country team for their win against Monomoy yesterday.  Will, Nick T, Nick M, Jackson, Aramis and Terrence finished 1st – 6th place with a perfect sweep.  Charlie 8th, Walter 11th, Kayden 12th and Caio 14th.  The girls also won with Sasha finishing 1st and Zoe, Mariah, Alyssa and Sophia finishing 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th.  Savannah finished 9th.  The entire team continues to know time off their best runs each meet.  They are all running very well.

Field Hockey traveled to Chatham yesterday for our game against Monomoy.  Our team played a great game with great passes and phenomenal team work, but could not stop the strong Monomoy team and their stick work.  Captains Lilly Anderson and Hayley Kirker are commended for their great leadership throughout the game.  Our offense had great plays by Charleigh Hicks, Calla Holmes, and Kayla.  Hailey Lanciani had a great play in the second half, scoring her third goal of the season with 50 seconds left in the game.  Isabel Colon did an amazing job in goal, stopping many shots and leading the defense.  Great defensive plays were made by Alecia Farias-Silva, Emily Rosa and Maddy Stewart.

Boys A Soccer Team won a highly tough game yesterday against the Monomoy Sharks by a final score of 4-1.  Monomoy possessed the ball for much of the game but the Dolphins were able to capitalize when opportunity knocked.  Beckham Grosek was able to put home all four goals for Mattacheese.  Jermaine Foreskin, Jace Clady and Joao Pinhero played excellent games from the mid-field position to help set up Beckham on his goals.  Conor McGoldrick played another stellar game in net turning away multiple scoring chances for the Sharks.

Girls Soccer earned their 3 straight win over Monomoy with a 4-1 final score. Kenyatta scored 3 goals to get us lead and Aaliyah captured the final goal. A great game played by all players.

The Volleyball team traveled to Sandwich last night to play their freshman team.  After a shaky start the Mattacheese girls settled down and started to play their game coming on strong and winning both sets 25 to 14 and 25 to 12.  Great play girls!

Reminder– The “Yeah, We Are Back At School” All School Walk/Run is happening at 2:00PM tomorrow.

Don’t Miss James Orrigo at Mattacheese Middle School, Monday, October 1st at 9:30 am

 

 

James Orrigo uses original music to entertain, and personal stories to inspire. He likes to make YouTube videos to captivate and empower young adults. He also likes to draw cartoons!

James’ “ Lad in a Battle” presentations have been recognized among the Best of Boston. He makes a difference in the lives of others and is incredibly inspiring. He loves traveling the United States helping people!

James was a member of the State Advisory Committee and the student Ambassador for Austin Prep for the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association. He was also the Section 1 recipient of the 2009 National High School Spirit of Sport award for the National Federation of State High School Associations.

James created the Outside the Music Box program because he saw the incredible power that creating music has on others in pain. He helps cancer patients write their own song and create an animated cartooned music video. James speaks to students across the country, inspiring them to set meaningful goals , serve others and to be a positive role model.