Geneva School District 304 News Article



Chess club meets tomorrow  after school here at South until 4:25.

Science Club also has a meeting after school tomorrow until 4:25.

Student Council – mark your calendars for your next meeting which will be on Tuesday, November 12th in the morning before school at 8:00am.

The Tie Dye intramural is coming up next week on Tuesday, November 12th.   Permission slips due today!


The library bookmobile will be in the cafeteria during all lunches on Thursday.  If you need to return, renew your book, or check out one of the library's top picks, stop by and see Mrs. Fedor in the cafeteria at lunch.


From the Sports Desk

Wrestling Results from Monday’s meet vs. Aurora-Herget:

Varsity Winners

Nathan Leake, Zack Barnard, Ruben Jimenez, Kaiden Katz


JV Winners

Matthew Hart, Tyler Hogan, Jackson Griebel, Wes Klein


Our first home meet is tomorrow vs. STC-Thompson!

The 7th Grade A boys’ basketball team traveled to Herget yesterday and left with a victory.  The Vikings played tough defense, led by Jayden Hodgdon and Mac Moore, and held their opponents to 21 points.  Ethan Gronberg led all Vikings with 15 points followed by, Anish Buddaraju’s 6points, and Drew Conley and Timmy Adkins 5 points.  Next on the schedule is a Viking home game against Thompson on Tuesday.

The 7th Grade Boys Basketball B Team split their two games this week, with a tough loss to Wredling and a convincing win against Aurora Herget.  In their defeat to Wredling, the Vikings were paced by Bryce "Spice" Adams, who scored 10 points.  Other top contributors were Christian Novay with 7 points and Peyton Friedman with 6.  In the blowout win versus Herget in which all players made major contributions, the Vikings were once again led by Adams, who led all scorers with 13 points.  Novay and Robby Youngquist each scored 5 points.  The Vikings hope to build upon this win when they take on the Thompson Titans next Tuesday.

The cheerleaders were in full force and the house was packed as the 8th grade A team took on Aurora last night.  After a ten-point deficit at the half, the boys pushed through some adversity and battled all the way back for an impressive come from behind win, defeating Aurora 35-27.  It was a total team effort on defense as the boys held Aurora to 7 points in the second half and flew the W for the first home game.  

Did you attend last night's magic show in the contest gym?  Lots of people came out to watch.  You would have seen some amazing tricks like Adam Close putting the basketball in the hoop before 2 seconds went off the clock, or Cam Sexton's no-look, behind the head pass that lead to a lay-up. These were just some of the magic tricks the 8th grade B team displayed. The grand finale was not pulling a rabbit out of their hat, but a 30-point victory against Aurora. 

Good luck to our 7th and 8th grade cheerleaders at their showcase tonight! Go Vikings!

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