week brought both victory and defeat for the Varsity and JV Bowling
Teams. On Tuesday, the Varsity team was defeated by St. Xavier's total
pin score of 2,960 over La Salle’s 2,800. Senior Brandon Merz led the
Lancers with a 236 and 231 for a 467 series, along with Senior Austin
Tebelman who rolled a 243 and 187 for a 430 series. Senior Jeff Nader
rolled a single high game of 205, followed by sophomore Matthew Nichols
with a 202. On Thursday, La Salle defeated Moeller rolling a total pin
score of 2,685 over Moeller’s 2,595. Senior Brandon Merz once again led
the team with a 256 and 157 for a 413 series, along with sophomore
Matthew Nichols rolling a 217 and 192 for a 409 series. Junior Zach
Strong rolled a high game of 188 for the JVs, along with freshman Joey
Shields with a 180. Congrats guys on the Moeller win!
Special congratulations to the 9th & 10th graders who participated
in the 9th & 10th Grade Crusader Classic at Crossgate Lanes on
Saturday. The team finished 2nd out of 16 teams, behind 1st place Oak
Hills. Congratulations to Freshman Eric Blessing who rolled a two game
series of 220 & 198 for a total of 418, placing him 3rd out of over
120 bowlers for the all-tournament team. Great finish guys!
|Law Club / Mock Trial
Ryan would like to see the members of the Mock Trial Team at this time
in Room 201 for some special instructions about tomorrow's competition.
||The Sacrament of Confession will be offered after school today in the De La Salle Chapel starting at 3:00.
Hospital wishes to THANK the La Salle Community for your generous
support this past Christmas. In the letter received it stated: "You
have helped brighten a sick child's day!" La Salle High School, you
make a difference. THANKS!
NHS Candidates are asked to see Mr. Reichle on Thursday morning, Feb. 2
at 7:20 in room 304. This is a MANDITORY meeting. Don't forget!
NHS Juniors are to meet with Mr. Reichle tomorrow morning at 7:20 in
room 304. This is a MANDATORY meeting. Please don't forget.
|Lasallian Youth Mission Collection announcement
results! They are in!
Last week's Lasallian Youth Mission Collection results are in.
Kudos go out to the following homeroom's for collecting more then dollar
a man: Mr. Hampel's homeroom, Mrs. Well's homeroom, Ms. Saho's
homeroom, and Mr. Reichle's homeroom.
But double Kudos goes out to last week's winner of the party of pizza,
Mr. Kampschmidt's homeroom for collecting nearly $60.00. That is over two dollars a man.
Check out the posters in classroom's around school for some cool
graph's. One shows what homerooms are donating the most money, one tells
you who is the benefactors of the money. Pretty Neat.
Good work La Salle, way to anwser the call to serve and #RollDeep.
This Friday, the benefactor of the collection will be our Lasallian
|Key Club Youth Sports
Club members volunteering with Youth Sports today are reminded to
arrive by 6:00 P.M. and to sign in and out with Andy Bachus.
||Today, we will celebrate our Catholic Schools Week Mass and we will follow a special schedule.
||Monday, January 30, 2012