Calling cooks! Entries are being sought for the second annual KC Chili/Soup Cook-Off to be held on Saturday, September 27 in conjunction with the College’s Open House and Family Reunion on KC’s Main Campus.
Ryan and Kristi (Rinkel) Kraemer of St. Peter are the parents of a daughter, Drew Riann, born September 13, 2014. She weighed 6 pounds 9 ounces and was 19 inches long. She is welcomed home by her brothers Liam and Kolby, and sister, Zoey. Grandparents are Greg and Angie Rinkel, Penny Donaldson, and Fritz Kraemer. Great grandparents are Olga Michel, Janet Thompson, and Ted and Joyce Rinkel.
ALMA – The South Central Lady Falcons gave up 12 runs in the top of the first inning and went on to drop their home game with visiting Rome 16-3.
Rome wrapped out 11 hits and took advantage of SC’s 7 errors and 7 walks.
The Lady Falcons scored a run in the third and two more in the fifth before Rome finished their scoring with a 4-spot in their final at-bat.
Sydnee Garrett was the losing pitcher giving up 10 earned runs in 6 innings.
At the plate, Angelica Rivera had a hit and 2 RBI. Katlyn Hilmes singled and Harlee Brown drove in a run.
South Central is back in action on Monday afternoon in Salem when they take on Franklin Park.
FARINA – The South Central Falcons earned an 8-5 win over Rome.
Chase Dodson got the win and Logan Lotz the save. The Falcons had 7 hits, 3 of which came from Dodson along with 4 RBI.
South Central will play Patoka on Thursday.
September is National Preparedness Month, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency is asking individuals, businesses, and organizations around the country to “Be Disaster Aware and Take Action to Prepare.”
ALTAMONT – After struggling to start the new season under interim head coach Sherry Hargis, the South Central Lady Cougars earned a nice road win at Altamont defeating the Lady Indians 25-19, 25-23.
Maria Brasel had a solid stat-line with 4 points, 8 kills and 10 assists. Emily Chapman was also in double digits in assists with 10 to go along with 7 kills and 5 points. Deidra Schaal added 9 points, 5 aces, 2 kills and 5 digs. Abbey Garrett added 4 kills and 2 blocks at the net. Cassidy Sill had 3 kills, 3 blocks and 4 points while Megan Burleyson finished with 3 kills.
South Central dropped the JV contest in three sets…15-25, 25-9, 21-25.
The Frosh team won 25-19, 11-25, 17-15.
South Central will play at home against Dieterich on Thursday.
St. Peter Lutheran School is looking for volunteers to be the reading buddy of a kindergarten, first or second grade students.
Our kindergarten, first, and second grade students would love to have a reading buddy.
Beginning on October 7 (first Tuesday of each month) at 12:30 p.m. we will have a 20-minute reading time in the gym.
Contact Mrs. Carpenter or the school office to volunteer.
Back to School night was recently held at St. Peter Lutheran School. Below are a couple photos.
St. Peter’s Lutheran School celebrated Back to School Night on Monday, August 25, with the theme, Racing for Eternity, and Racing to Read for a Brighter Future.
Students worked in teams to design cars, and then raced them against each other in what became a very entertaining event. An open house was held in the school along with a shirt sale and llots of refreshments.
An authentic race car provided by Michael Bolyard wowed the students.
St. Peter’s Lutheran School has enrollment of 72 students as it starts the new term.
LOUISVILLE – The South Central Falcons finished 2nd in the JMTC Tournament in Louisville on Saturday. Jayden Grzegorek got the win over Cisne in the opening game 13-3. DJ Roberts had 3 hits.
In the 2nd game, the Falcons fell to Louisville in a 4-3 heartbreaker. The game was tied 3-3 in the bottom of the7th when North Clay’s Repkin hit a walk-off solo homer. The Falcons are back in action tomorrow against Rome.