By Deanna Wakkinen, I-O Reporter
Golden Triangle Gymnastics of Conrad are preparing for the Holiday break with many activities for your school aged children.
So far on the schedule is a two hour tea party for girls ages 5 to 7 on Dec. 28 and a four hour Super Duper Power Kids camp that is still in the works for January.
Girls must get registered in advance for the tea party as there is limited space available. Girls are asked to show up in gymnastic attire and can expect gymnastics, games, crafts and, of course, snacks with “tea”.
SCIENCE TEAM — Students from UMS and CHS recently participated in the Science Olympiad in Bozeman. From the left in front are Sheridan Johnson, Nicole Erickson, Ali Wakkinen and Andrea Awtrey. In the middle are CJ O’Connor, Alex Nesbo, Caitlin Bach, Quinn Gianarelli, Jonyx Herron and Hannah Richey. In the back are Science Coach Monica Tomayer, Alex Widhalm, Alex Richey, Kyle Linn and Morgan Jones. Photo courtesy of UMS
Students from UMS and CHS practiced for two months in preparation for the State Science Olympiad competition on Nov. 23 in Bozeman.
Competing for the middle school team are the following participants, followed by a description of the event and their placement out of 32 teams.
Middle school teams consist of sixth-ninth grade students. Overall the team took 26th place.
Sheridan Johnson and Nicole Erickson competed in Anatomy. This event encompasses the anatomy (structure and function) of the muscular and respiratory systems and the effect of aging and diseases on them. The girls earned sixth place.
IN THE LANE — Cowboy Graham Grubb comes down the lane and hits for two of his 10 points in the game with Whitehall at Manhattan over the weekend. The Cowboys lost this contest, 48-32. Photo courtesy of Kelly Martin
Conrad gained a split in boys’ basketball action in their opening games of the season at the Manhattan Invitational.
In their opening game on Friday with the host, Manhattan trailed 23-21 to the home boys and over the second half the two teams went shot for shot with each other and Conrad held on to pull the 62-61 lead.
Only four homeboys scored in the game but all were in double figures, led by Clay Winters who lit up the scoreboard with 23 points, including four treys from downtown. He also pulled down four boards, had two assists, four steals and a blocked shot.
Right behind was Graham Grubb who banged in 19 points off the glass and had five assists.