General McLane High School Bulletin for Monday, February 08, 2016
Lunch Menu Soup of the Day - Minestrone; Lunch Menu - Loaded Baked Potato, Dinner Roll, Cauliflower, Side Salad, Pears, Milk and Juice.
General Hi Q has been cancelled for after school today.
Sports On senior night, last Friday, the boys basketball team defeated Corry 74-39. Ryan Reagan had 22 points, Alex Jay had 18 points, and Nate Myers had 15. The Boys will have their last regular season home game, tomorrow night against Harbor Creek.
Sports The boys and girls indoor track club competed at Oberlin College on Saturday. Bethany Evankovich placed 1st in both the 800 and 200 and led the girls 3200 relay team to a 3rd place finish, Caitlyn Newport was 3rd in the long jump, and Katherine Fair placed 5th in the 60 meter hurdles. On the boys side, Kyle Sult placed 2nd in the 60 meter hurdles, Justin Miller was 4th in the 800, and the 3200 relay took 4th. Great job track and field!
Sports Attention all students: anyone interested in playing tennis this spring should see Mr. Kennerknecht in the Athletics Office during lunch for a brief meeting.
Sports The 9th grade boys basketball team won their opening round game in the Coach Lisek Roundball Classic, Saturday, versus Fort LeBoeuf, 48 to 31. The Lancers were led by Nick Renick’s 14 points, followed by Matt Mountain with 13 points and Derek Fay’s 10 points. The freshmen squad will play their second round game Wednesday versus Harborcreek, tipoff will be 4 p.m. at Northwestern High School.
Guidance The Honor Roll is now posted for Quarter 2 on the bulletin board by the Cafeteria. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Tyler in the Guidance Office.
Guidance Pittsburgh Technical Institute will be hosting their annual High School Design show & Scholarship Competition. Students are encouraged to visit their website at www.pti.edu/hsdesign or stop at the Guidance Office for more information.
Activities Swimming and Diving (A) vs. North East at 6:00 p.m.
Quote of the Day "It is never too late to be what you might have been." - George Eliot