Daily Bulletin

Daily Bulletin
Oct. 10, 2012 Wednesday A Day

Lost & Found: The lost & found is now located in the main office and all items left in there on Friday afternoon will be donated to charity or thrown out. Check it out this week if you've lost something!

Seniors: If you have gift cards for the trivia night from your parents, please bring them to Mr. Matreci in the Office.

College Reps -- The following schools will have reps on campus this week. You can sign up for visits online or in the Leadership Center at least a day in advance, please.
Thurs. Oct. 11 2:00 p.m. Rockhurst Kansas City, MO





You may have heard that you can still join the bowling team. This is true! See Bro. Andy in the Media Center for more information.

All: Griffin LIFE will meet today from 5:30-7:30. Our topic will be "Heroes of our Faith".

Drummer Needed: Mr. Remiger is looking for a drummer for the mass band. Our next mass is October 18th, if you are a drummer and this is something you'd be interested in please stop by the Campus Ministry office sometime this week.

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in Mock Trial this year on Thursday in Room 106 during Encore. If you can't make it, see Mr. Shannon in 106.

Academic Club will start meeting during Encore and Wednesdays after school in room 205. Student who love trivia and math are encouraged to attend. We are looking to create a varsity team of juniors and seniors and a JV team of freshmen and sophmores. Please see Mr. Wyss for more information.

Bocce is a game where you throw a ball at another ball. Interested? Come to the informational meeting on Friday at Encore in room 209.

Spirit Mass: Any student interested in helping out in some way with our next student body mass which is next week as part of Spirit week, please see Mr. Remiger or Fr. Tim.

The Yearbook, Newspaper & Photo Club will meet this Friday during encore in room 208. see Mr. Burke for more info.
Cardboard Village will be taking place November 20-21st. Registration is available online at Vianney.com. This will be a great event come, raise your awareness to the problem of homelessness in our society. For more info visit the Faith Formation section of the website or see Mr. Remiger in the Campus Ministry Department.
Juniors and Seniors, registration for your 2012-2013 retreat needs to be completed by Friday.
The Griffin JV football team continued its winning ways with a dominant 46-0 victory over Chaminade last night. Leading the way for the Griffin offense with an impressive game passing the ball was Dillon Heeb, who threw touchdown passes to Corey Jokerst and Corey Watson. Watson, Adam Gilmore, and Nick Hebenstreit also added rushing touchdowns to the effort. The defense posted its second shutout of the season with impressive performances by Dave Eilerman, John Hooper, Austin LaBarge, Michael Lynch, and Joe Rearden. Hooper, LaBarge, Lynch, and Josh Resuta all helped preserve the shut out with timely interceptions. While there were numerous impressive performances on both sides of the ball, the play of the day belongs to Brendan Kertz, who blocked a Chaminade defender clear out of the field of play to spring Corey Watson for a huge gain on a screen pass. The Griffin JV football team will next be in action when they travel to Farmington on October 15.

Senior goalie Mike Allen got the shutout last night as the Varsity Soccer Griffs won a hard fought game vs SLUH. Blake Smugala scored the lone goal on a penalty kick with 3 minutes to go. The varsity team is now 1-0 in MCC Conference play and will play Chaminade tonight on The Heeb at 6:00. Come out to support your soccer team tonight!!!

The Jr. Griffin B-soccer team was able to salvage a 1-all draw at SLUH yesterday against a solid Jr. Bill team, the wind and other adverse conditions. The Griffs did have the better of play and quality chances. The hero of the match was Nick Auck finishing off a nice cross from Mitchell Lambert to equalize the match. Up next are the Wildcats from Eureka at home Friday @ 4:00pm.

The Freshman Soccer Team advanced to the championship game of the CBC Tournament by defeating SLUH yesterday in penalty kicks. Jonathan Giegling, Nick Wiss, Austin Tapella scored the penalty kick goals and Tom Marshall, after making a diving save while flying into the post in regulation time to keep the game tied at 0-0, saved three penalty kicks to help give the Griffins the win.
Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Next Wednesday, October 17 is the PSAT practice college admissions test. Now is the time to start reviewing sample questions from the workbook that you received at your class meeting last month. If you need another workbook, stop by the LLC to get one or see your counselor. Workbooks will also be in the cafe during lunch time. More announcements will follow about what to bring (and what not to bring) to the testing site. Good luck!