The Boston 8th grade football team finished their season UNDEFEATED with seven wins and no losses with a 46 to 0 win versus Kesling under the lights at Kiwanis Field Thursday night. The “Slicer Jug,” a traveling milk jug trophy in honor of Jake West, now resides back at Boston. The Bruins scored on offense, defense, and special teams.
Robotics club members at St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point are currently developing underwater robots and learning how they help to keep our seaports safe at MATE Regional ROV Competition to be held at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.
The Notre Dame Catholic School 6th Grade Girls won the PAC Championship on Sunday, March 6. They defeated St. Mary of the Lake in Double Overtime.
The Boston Middle School 8th grade football team finished their season with a winning 4 and 3 record by defeating Kesling 22 to 16 under the lights at Kiwanis Field last Thursday night, October 8th. The “Slicer Jug,” a traveling milk jug trophy in honor of Jake West, now resides back at BMS.
The Boston Middle School Cross Country Team ran in the Viking Invite on Thursday September 24th. Fourteen schools participated in the invite, and three of Boston's Cross Country runners received medals for placing in the top 15 of their race. Boston runners who received a medal include (from left to right); Sean Wilson 13th, Ariana Steele 5th, and John Groth 9th.
Krueger Middle School, home of the Colts, in partnership with “Pennies for Patients,” recently held a Staff versus Student basketball game. On April 1, 2015 staff members became players, cheerleaders, scoreboard operators, announcers, ticket takers, and concession workers. Those staff members chosen as players faced up against members of the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. The staff team was coached by the dynamic duo of Mrs. Linda Swedenburg and Ms. Nikki Dopka while the students were coached by Principal Vera Jones.
The entry fee per team is $100 and each team is guaranteed 3 games and a t-shirt. Trophies will be awarded to the champion and runner-up teams.
The Boston Middle School eighth grade football team finished their season by suffering a tough loss to Kesling 35-14 under the lights at Kiwanis Field Wednesday night. Unfortunately the “Slicer Jug” in honor of Jake West now resides at Kesling. Offensively, Boston was led in scoring by Jalen Russell, who had a 50 yard “hook and lateral” pass from Mason Shreves and Jacob Tuttle to go along with his 2-point conversion reception. Tuttle also had the first touchdown for the Bruins in the game. After a tough end to the season the Bruins will join Kesling next year as ninth graders playing freshman football. Good luck as Slicers!