Girls Swim and Dive lost to the Bishop Dwenger Saints 100-84 at the South Side Natatorium. Boys Swim and Dive won with a solid victory 113-53 against Bishop Dwenger.
In pursuit of American sports, challenging classes, and the opportunity to improve her English language skills, Sitapha Voraprasertslip, nicknamed Mimi, decided to study abroad her junior year of high school.
Panther Hockey lost to the Homestead Spartans 5-2, progressing to a record of 5-5 for the season.
Boys Varsity Basketball won their first game of the season against the East Noble Knights. Boys Swim and Dive won their season opener against Canterbury 101-27. Girls Swim and Dive beat Canterbury 109-64.
Panther Hockey won in shutout fashion Wednesday night with junior Hayden Scott scoring 2 of the total 4 goals. Junior Payton Gorman scored 16 points, but Girls Varsity Basketball fell to Norwell 61-37.
Harrison Snyder and Will O’Brien both got into reenacting because they love history and enjoy sharing their love for history with others. Both agree that the best part of reenacting is “teaching the general public the history.”
Four players scored in double figures last night, but Varsity Girls Basketball lost to Bishop Luers 61-60.
To celebrate United States veterans and honor their contributions to America, Snider social studies teachers Ms. Tiffany Hanley and Mr. Barry Menor organize an annual event where veterans volunteer to come to Snider and speak to students about their experiences in the service.
The following seniors signed on their letters of intent: Meredith Woolsey (Volleyball)- Southern Illinois University, Jesse Hamlin (Cross country/Track)- Butler University, Chloe Smithley (Tennis)- Indiana Tech University
Da’Leshia Davis recorded another 20-point performance, but Girls Varsity Basketball fell to Columbia City 51-42.
Snider Football fell to Carmel at the 6A Regionals by a score of 20-6, ending their season with a record of 10-3. Senior Da’Leshia Davis led the team with 20 points on Saturday, but Girls Varsity Basketball lost on the road to the Bishop Dwenger Saints 59-44.
The race itself was predictable. Cathedral’s Cole Hocker, the favorite going into the meet, was clearly going to take the race from the beginning with maybe one or two runners following him and the rest would form a chase pack. What wasn’t predictable was what Hamlin would end up doing in the heat of the race. Would he get gutsy and chase after Hocker? Or would he play it safe as planned and stick with the chase pack?