The 28th annual Intercity Girls Track Meet was held on Monday at Central Catholic. With 118 points, the U-High girls claimed the title! First place finishes went to Katy Clausen (1,600 and 3,200), Lauren Seaver (pole vault), Brianna Pinter (long jump) and the 3,200 relay team of Ally Shepherd, Lauren Brown, Olivia Shouse and Emmy Mussey. Congratulations Pioneers!
The U-High baseball team defeated Prairie Central 10-0 on Monday at Duffy Bass Field in a six inning shut out! Ryan Poland scattered three hits, Jake Armstrong had two hits with two RBIs and John Merna drove in three runs. The team is now 12-6, 4-1. Congratulations guys!
Congratulations to the U-High softball team on their 2-0 victory over Washington on Monday at Champion Fields! The team’s record improved to 11-8. Way to go ladies!
Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Class Senators: Christian Amble, Carter (CJ) Bruns, Stephanie Chow, Maddison Murphy, Jenny Park, and Mason Wittman.
The U-High baseball team participated in the Pleasant Plains Tournament this weekend. The team finished 2-1. The Pioneers defeated Williamsville 3-2 and Pleasant Plains 5-4. The team’s overall record is now 11-6. Congratulations guys!
Congrats to the U-High WYSE team for taking second place at the state tournament at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana. Students earning individual medals were: Simon Heinrich – 5th in biology, Alena Culbertson – 1st in chemistry, 4th in math, Rohan Kamatar – 1st in chemistry, 4th in math, Alok Kamatar – 2nd in computer science, 4th in math, Jared Schuckman – 5th in engineering graphics, Advika Kamatar – 3rd in English, and Stephanie Soukup – 2nd in English. Great work!
Congratulations to the Class of 2019 Officers: President – Shawn Mohammed; Vice President – Calis Lim; Secretary – Shreeya Malpani; and Treasurer – Thomas Moh.
The U-High softball and baseball teams scored victories over Prairie Central on Thursday. The softball team won 12-2 in five innings at Champion Fields. Danielle Witzig drove in three runs and Lana Williams had two hits and two RBIs. The baseball team narrowly won 7-6 in eight innings in Fairbury. Ryan Poland and Jake Armstrong had two hits each. Congratulations Pioneers!