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Wrestling: Coach Daggett and Coach Rimron were super proud of the guys Saturday. An early start to the day ended up with lots of medals for our Eagle wrestlers! We took 7 wrestlers to the Independent MS "championships" and had 3 first places, and a 4th place. Charlie pinned his way through the tournament handily winning his weight class, Jeffery ground out three decisions to win his weight class and William pinned one opponent and major decisioned his other opponent in the finals to win his weight class. Hayden finished 4th losing a tough 3rd place match. JP and Evan had some tough matches but couldn't get into the win column and finished 3rd in their three person weigh classes. Carter won his first match but dropped his next match to the eventual champion and then injury defaulted in his last match. Thank you to everyone who made the trip and provided the snacks and drinks!


9th Boys BB: Summit hosted a talented Piedmont Classical squad in the final game of the season for the Eagles. Summit went into the contest hoping to avenge a 16 pt loss to Piedmont earlier in the season. The Eagles started fast and led 18-5 early behind 12 points from Kevin. However, Piedmont came back with a fury outscoring Summit 23-11 behind many second-chance opportunities and some timely 3's. Summit led 29-28 at the break. The third quarter was a see-saw battle with many lead changes as Jack, Edwin and Kevin kept up the scoring pace. However, Piedmont was relentless in their defensive pressure and attack on the glass and led 49-48 heading into the final frame thanks to a banked 3 pt shot at the buzzer. The final quarter saw Piedmont build a slim lead with Summit closing the gap. The process repeated itself time and again until finally Piedmont was at the line with 12 seconds to go leading by 3. They missed the attempt but Summit wasn't able to secure the rebound and had to foul again giving Piedmont the opportunity to put the game away which they did. The Eagles have much to be proud of finishing the season 17-7. Kevin led the Eagles with 29 points and 11 boards. Edwin added 18 points, 3 steals and 2 assists. Blake chipped in 5 points, 6 boards, and 3 assists. Rounding out the scoring were Jonah and James with 4 each, Bolton 2 and Davis 1.


The Eagles went on their shortest road trip of the season down Reynolda Road to RJ Reynolds looking for a season sweep of the Demons. The first game was a close 3 pt win by the Eagles and the first half of today's game resembled the first. Both teams came out firing as Blake nailed two 3 pt field goals and Kevin chipped in 7 points to knot the score at 14 all. Reynolds gained a slight 2 pt advantage in the second quarter as they pounded the offensive glass and splashed the nets for three 3's to lead 29-27 at the break. Summit continued their trend of playing strong in the second half as 5 different players scored in quarter 3 with James hitting a big 3 and Kevin and Edwin working together for 8 big points and a highlight that was Sportscenter worthy. James and Kevin continued to spark the team in the final frame as Summit pulled away for a 58-49 win. Kevin led Summit with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists. Blake added 11 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists. James added 9 points, Davis had 8 points and 6 rebounds while Edwin chipped in 6 points and 6 rebounds. jack rounded out the scoring with 6 points of his own. Summit finishes their season Thursday with a home game vs Piedmont Classical at 5:30 in the athletic center.

VB BB: Summit finished the season with win against Our Lady of Mercy 48-41 on Wednesday. Summit came out sluggish on defense but was able to get several breakout layups to lead after the first quarter 14-6. The Eagles continued to play well offensively with good contributions in the second quarter from Thomas, Bennett and Logan. Walker hit a nice three also. After halftime, Summit extended the lead behind Henderson, Logan, and Thomas. Our Lady of Mercy came storming back in the fourth quarter behind strong play from their guards in the fourth trimming the lead to single digits. Thomas lead the scoring with 16, Henderson had 13, Bennett had 8, Logan had 6 and Walker had 5. Thomas had 8 rebounds. Robbie and Thomas led with 4 assists each and Robbie had 4 steals. Summit closed out the year 14-5 overall and 9-1 after the Christmas break. Congratulations on a great season!

VG BB: The Summit varsity girls team traveled down Reynolda Road to play RJR JV. The game came down to few close calls but as we have preached all season we have to play every possession to the bitter end. One deep shot that banked in turned out to be the difference. We had our chances but it didn't happen. Leading scorer was Kaelin with 7 and Winborne with six.

JVB Green & White BB: In a celebration of JV Basketball, Green met White in front of a packed house Wednesday night in the Athletic Center. From the tip, both teams played with great effort and passion and combined to knock down a season high eight 3 pointers. Bradley, Austin and Will connected from behind the arc for White, while Thomas, Robert "Klutch", Ian and Hank went deep for Green. Garret and Frank led their respective teams in rebounding and Tim played strong in the middle, scoring on a nice drive to the basket. In the fourth quarter, Eli became the first known Summit player to participate in a basketball game with a broken collar bone. (It should be noted that playing with one arm in a sling did not prevent Eli from immediately hoisting a 3.) White had the last possession of the game and held for the final shot, but Ben's 3 at the buzzer fell just short. Robert "Klutch" had another big night with 16 points and Landon chipped in with a season high 12. Perhaps the highlight of the night was a great hustle play turned in by Will, who ran Ford down from behind to strip him of the ball. Also scoring for the Eagles tonight were Lucas with 9, Thomas 7, Ian 5, Garrett 4, Will 3, Austin 3, Bradley 3, Ford 3, Frank 3, Hank 3, Grayson 2, Noah 2, Tim 2, Shiff 2, and Wes 1.Both teams are to be commended for their hard work, positive attitude, and team first mentality. Thanks for a great season.


6th Girls BB: Playing for the third time this season, basketball rivals St. Leo's and Summit took the court in the finals of the Summit Invitational for 6th grade girls this afternoon. Summit showed their grit on their way to a 20-15 victory! Summit shifted some players to new positions and needed the first quarter to adjust. The teams were tied 4-4. Things started to click in the second, as the teams traded the lead early. The Eagles asserted themselves at both ends of the court to build a four point lead (12-8) on Leila's jump shot just before the halftime buzzer. Mary Kate's defense on the top of the 2-3 zone gave the St. Leo's guards fits. Meanwhile, Abby, Mary Price, and Mariella kept St. Leo's center in check. In the second half, the Eagles made the most of their trips to the free throw line going 4 for 9, none bigger than Maddie's two in the fourth quarter. The entire team kept their composure and executed on the court as St. Leo's battled to the final buzzer. Congratulations on a super finish to the season! Final score 20-15. Leading scorers Mary Claire and Mary Kate (5 points each). Final record 15-6. Go Eagles!

6th Boys BB: The 6th grade boys concluded their season with a tough loss to a tenacious St Leo's team in the consolation game of the Summit Invitational by a score of 45-35. St Leo's press and 1-3-1 zone defense disrupted the Eagles and caused an insurmountable number of turnovers. Owen P. led the Eagles with 27 points. Henry J. added 8 points to round out the Eagles' scoring. The boys are to be commended for a season of growth, camaraderie, great sportsmanship, and for being fine representatives of Summit School on and off the court.

JVG BB: The JV Girls Basketball Team traveled to Martinsville, Virginia Tuesday afternoon to compete against Carlisle School. The Lady Eagles were victorious 25-7, completing the competition for the 2016-2017 season. Our core values of GRIT and LOVE were apparent in how the team competed and executed against Carlisle. We had unselfish passes, great shots, and great defensive execution. The Lady Eagles were in control from the start of the game, with the first quarter score of 10-2. The team continued to execute in the second quarter, increasing the lead to 15-2. The final two quarters favored the Lady Eagles, with a 10-5 scoring differential. Scoring for the Lady Eagles were the following players: Amelia had 6 point, Nora 5, 4 points were scored by Cally, Madison M. and Lia, and Lila had 2 points. This group plays together with a great deal of heart and determination. I have seen growth from each player this season. Congratulations on your season ending victory.

JVB Green BB: It was raining 3s Tuesday night in Martinsville as the JV Boys notched their 10th win of the season with a handsome 59-15 win over Carlisle Academy. The Eagles scored the first 18 points of the game and never looked back, knocking down a season high seven 3 pointers against the Chiefs' zone defense. Summit led 22-7 at the half and 39-10 after the 3rd quarter. Frank and Landon were tenacious inside, limiting the Chiefs to just 2 points in the paint and dominating the defensive glass. Robert "Klutch" led the offensive charge with 11 points in the first quarter and 19 overall. Stabo added 10, followed by Lucas with 8, Hank with 6, Thomas with 5, Ford and Shiff with 4, Hayden with 2 and Landon with 1. The Eagles are playing their best basketball of the season and have now won 6 of their last 8 games.

Swimming: The Summit Swimming Eagles swam in their last meet of the season at the Kernersville YMCA on February 7. Summit hosted 6 schools and 170 swimmers: FCDS, Westchester, Canterbury, Forsyth Home Educators, Davidson Day, and Cornerstone Charter Academy. We followed a traditional middle school meet format. It was a great way to close! Our combined team prevailed 6-0, our boys 5-1, and our girls 6-0. Our boys were inched out 11 points by Forsyth Home Educators. The girls won both the 200 Medley and 200 Free Relay. Lauren K placed 1st in the 200 Free and the 50 Breast. Emelia M placed 3rd in her first 200 Free swim. Ty F placed 3rd in the 200 Free, and Finn G placed 2nd in the 100 IM. Chloe S had another great meet placing 1st in the 50 Back, and 2nd in the 100IM. Celia G and Melody M were strong supporters as well. Celia finished 3rd in the 100 IM, while Melody placed 2nd in the 50 Fly and 3rd in the 50 Free. Abigail H placed 3rd in both the 100 Free and 50 Breast. Sophia I wrapped up with a 3rd place finish in the 50 Back, and James N completed his 50 Breast placing 2nd. Most exciting, in terms of PRs, we had our best showing yet of the season, posting a huge 43 bests! 2 race PRs went to Ashley B, Wise H, Chloe S, Celia G, Kate D, Reese R, Mason P, Oliver B, Mercer B, Thomas He, Will H, and Abigail H. 1 race PRs were posted by Elizabeth P, Dorothy T, Lauren K, Sophia I, Ty F, Finn G, Lauren O, Grace B, Charlotte A, Anna R, Sadie T, Brendan S, Auguste R, Emelia M, Melody M, Jay B, Allison B, James N, and Owen F. Closing thoughts . . . . . we had 2 swimmers who swam 9 PRs this season, John L and Charlotte A. AweSWIM! And we had 1 swimmer swim 10 PRs, that is swimming faster almost every time he raced. Wise H . . . way to finish strong!


9th Boys BB: The Summit freshmen boys hosted West Forsyth Monday afternoon for an early tip-off in the athletic center. The Eagles were looking to even the season score after a close loss to the Titans a few weeks ago. West started strong jumping to a 12-3 lead. However, after a timeout, the Eagles tightened their defense and finished the first quarter on a 7-0 run thanks to some nice inside work by Kevin. West picked up their strong play again in the second frame behind balanced scoring from 7 players. Summit made a late run to keep it close trailing 27-21 at the break. The Eagles have been a great second half team all season and today was no different as Jack, Nathaniel, Edwin and Bolton all came up with big scores to allow Summit to cut the lead to two heading into the final quarter. The Eagles saved their best for last as they outscored West 22-14 down the stretch. Greg made a corner 3 to give the Eagles their first lead and added two big free throws later to extend the lead. Davis had two huge threes to break the spirit of the visitors. Thomas and Edwin added big buckets and free throws to seal the win and help Summit improve to 16-6 on the season. Edwin led Summit with 15 points and 4 rebounds. Davis added 11 points and 3 assists. Kevin and Thomas had 9 and 8 points and both had 7 rebounds each. Rounding out the scoring were Jack with 7 big points, Greg 5, Bolton 3 and Nathaniel 2. Summit travels to RJR Wednesday for a 5:45 tip.

6th Boys BB: The Summit 6th grade boys basketball team came out very slowly against IHM in the opening round of the Summit Invitational. With nearly 40% of the team missing, the Eagles clawed their way back into the game with tenacity and the careful execution of a zone press break. Henry J., David P., James J., Owen P., and Bouldin F. fought through IHM's sturdy press and managed to get open looks and drives at the basket. The Eagles chipped in to an 11 point IHM lead to trail by only three at the half. The Eagles pressed IHM, played tough man to man defense, and dominated the defensive boards as they came out with determination in the second half. Henry J. and David P. were both strong on the glass tonight, as they pulled down 10 and 8 rebounds respectively. The Eagles jumped out to a 7 point lead which they held until 1:11 in the 4th quarter. Passing miscues, defensive lapses, and being out-hustled cost the Eagles in the last few minutes of the game. Owen P. led the Eagles with 27 points, Henry J. added 6 points, and Bouldin chipped in 2 pts and an inspiring defensive performance. Summit will play St Leo's at 6 pm Tuesday- Final score 40-35.

6th Girls BB: The 6th grade girls played the first round of the Summit Invitational Tournament Monday afternoon. The Eagles defeated Immaculate Heart of Mary 15-12 to advance to tomorrow's tournament final vs St. Leo's. The Eagles jumped out to an 8-2 first quarter lead. Mary Kathryne and Abby both converted baskets while getting fouled and made their free throws. Summit kept the six point lead through halftime behind great defense from Maddie, Mary Kathryne, and Emma. Although IHM outscored Summit in the second half, it was not enough to make up the six point deficit. Davis sealed the victory with a late free throw that stretched the lead to three. The Eagles were able to run the final seconds off the clock for the 15-12 win. Final score 15-12. Leading scorer Mary Claire (4 points). Record 14-6.

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