Geneva School District 304 News Article



From the Sport’s Desk:

The 8th grade girls basketball team traveled out to Yorkville last night and hoped to break all the hearts of the sold out Valentine's Day game.   Morgan Curran led the way with 6 points for the A team.  Ainsley Novay played a big role in the B game with some free throws and jump shots.  Both the A and B teams played very hard, but their shots weren't as accurate as cupid's arrow and ended up losing to Yorkville. 

The 7th grade girls cruised out of the gates to a 14-0 lead against Yorkville last night and never looked back.  The team's vintage defense set the tone while Ashlin Webber had a stellar game on both sides of the court posting 2 points.  Maddie Wrobel and Ivy Black both had terrific games in the post.

The B team played their best game of the year and held Yorkville to zero points in the first quarter.  Bella Preston set the tone with her defensive tenacity while Riley Burbank hit a big free throw and played a great overall game.  South made a late charge in the fourth quarter and never gave up but couldn't quite seal the deal against Yorkville.

The next box tops prize drawing is going to be February 22nd.  Entries of 25 or more box tops will be eligible to win a $25 gift card to either Graham’s or Randall Theater – winner’s choice!

Entries of at least one box top will be eligible to win a $10.00 gift card to the Randall 15 or Graham’s. Again, the winner’s choice.


Beat the winter blues by participating in Boys' Volleyball! No experience needed.  Come sign up in the main office!  First practice will be on Feb 19th.  Be sure you have an updated sports physical on file. See you there!

Writers Club will be meeting after school next Tuesday, February 19th until 4:20pm. See Ms. Wierenga in the 7 White team center for information


Music students today is a Choir day.

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