Geneva School District 304 News Article



Math Club don’t forget that your first meeting is this Monday, September 24th after school At GMS NORTH in Mrs. Gain's room 122. 

Chess Club you are also meeting September 24 from 3:25-4:20 at GMS North.  Plan to get a ride home or take the activity bus. Meet in the library here at South after school and we will walk to GMSN library.
If you have any questions see Miss Swiderski in room 110.

Leo’s Club, your first meeting of the year is next week Tuesday, September 25 from 3:30-4:30 in the library. Stop by the office for an informational flyer or see Ms. Beyer in 6 Blue for more information.

From the Sports Desk:
Last night, the 7th Grade Viking football team put its undefeated season on the line against the Barbs from DeKalb Huntley.  After jumping out to an early 12-0 lead, the Vikings traded scores with the Barbs throughout the third quarter before pulling away in the 4th. Quarterback Nate Stempowski threw for two touchdowns, one to Peyton Marzen and one to Jacob Black and Charlie Winterhalter added three more on the ground. The special teams helped seal the victory as Colin Sprague and Tommy Diamond recovered outstanding onside kicks by Eli Curry as the Vikings cruised to a 36-12 win to push their record to 3-0.

In 8th grade football action at GHS last night, 3 pounding runs by Kai Enriquez set up the touchdown by the Mason Luker to Matt Fregly duo in the second half. Unfortunately that was not enough as the Vikings lost to DeKalb/Huntley by a score of 34-6.

In the B game, fullback Ben Seykora had an exciting 52 yard touchdown run in the Vikings 8-6 loss to the DeKalb Barbs.

The girl’s cross country team had a close meet against Thompson yesterday losing by only one point. Despite the heat, the girls still had some strong finishes. Katie Voreis, Piper Rapinchuk, Corinne Stanuch, Lainey Sorrentino, Zoey Silha, and Erika Norman beat the heat and finished with some great times. Way to go girls.

Hispanic Heritage month is from September 15- October 15th.  Come to the library to see a large display of books as well as a collection of artifacts from the travels of South's very own Spanish teacher, Senora Lindahl. 


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