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  • Attention 8th grade basketball players...If you are interested in intramural basketball, please pick up a registration form in room 313 or in the main gym.  Signed forms are due by Friday, September 30th.  
  • The Walk-A-Thon is a quarter of the way to reaching it's goal!  Congratulations and thank you to those who have already donated.  If you haven't already signed up, remember the next raffle is tomorrow morning!  Everyone who has raised at least $10 in donations for the walk-a-thon is automatically entered.
  • For individual Walk-A-Thon results, Vincent Ryder is in the lead for the 6th graders, Sam Meleshenko has raised the most for the 7th graders and Avi Mehta and Reba Lukas are in a tie for the lead for the 8th grade.  Remember, the winner in each grade gets $100 in cash!!! Good luck everyone!
  • Yesterday, the girls soccer team matched up against Kennedy Middle School in what turned out to be a nail-biter. The Cougars struck early with eight shots in the first half coming from Lexie Wheeler, Emily Ledger, Sarah Gordon, Sam Wunsch, Lexi Lilly, and Marybeth Grasso. However, it was not long until Rhianna O'Meara threaded a through ball behind the defense to find the foot of Lexi Lilly. Lilly posted her first goal as a Lady Cougar off a hard strike into the top right corner of the goal. Shortly after, Rhianna O'Meara sent a blistering shot over the goalie from outside the 18-yard box. The goal was said to be reminiscent of the late Manchester United superstar David Beckham. Additionally, Mikayla Evans, Huntyr Courtois, and Arden Sansom played outstanding and contributed to the Cougar's dominance during the first half of play. Defensive support came from Ella Suppicich, Haydin Courtois, and Megan Martin as they held Kennedy to a scoreless first half. In the second, the Cougar's let an early goal pop in to the back of the net bringing the score to 2-1. Momentum shifted again as a late penalty kick led to an even 2-2. Despite the amazing efforts by Taryn Suffish, Rhianna O'Meara, and Candace Walsh the game ended in a tie with both teams leaving it all out on the field. The Cougars face long-time rivals Ellington in Cougar Stadium tomorrow at 3:30. Come out and support the team!
  • TE field hockey played on the road against a very strong Stafford team. Although the Lady cougars had a very strong second-half they had to settle for a 2-2 tie.  First half goal came from Kelly Mann assisted by Josie Foley. Second-half goal came from Josie Foley with an amazing break away shot. Maliya "big toe" Haddock played extremely well considering back to back injuries. Christina Bellizzi, Maya Lagasse, Grace Reed and Tori Jarvis played extremely well on D. Kayden Burke controlled the midfield with Anna Kim leading the attack. Ria Saxena and had 10 saves in goal. 
  • In the second game TE came away with a 2-0 loss. Gianna Bellody and Nicole Mann did a great job supporting the ball on offense while Kaylee Guerrera, Alexa Parada and Amanda Kozuira and Morgan Reed controlled the midfield. Haley Jarvis Greta Slater and Lily McCulley played strong defense. 
  • The TEMS boys soccer team traveled to Enfield last night to take on JFK. It was a hard-fought contest throughout, however, the Cougars were on the losing end with a score of 3-1. after the first half, which was extremely hot and filled with multiple water breaks, Andrew Bell scored his first ever TEMS goal bringing the score level at 1. the Cougars continued to press to try to get the second goal, however it was JFK who took advantage on a corner. JFK's player was left unmarked in the center of the box and headed in the game-winner. Down 2-1, the Cougars pressed harder and harder, but where on the wrong end of a counter-attack which led to the third and final goal leaving JFK the victors. Alex Magarian, Sam Melashenko, Xavier crane, played well during the game. Jack Stricker and Ben Bernstein Supply numerous crosses throughout the contest. The Cougars look back look to get back to their winning ways on Thursday when they travel to Ellington for yet another away game.
  • STEAM Olympics registration is now open to all 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Sign up to participate in the 2nd annual STEAM Olympics on Saturday October 28th. Students must pre-register to participate in a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematical activities. Registration forms are available in all Science classroom or on the TEMS homepage. For more information, see Mr. Smith-Horn in room 307 or before homeroom in Stairwell I...SAVE MONEY, LIVE BETTER.....with STAIRWELL I .

  • Please remember to order your team t-shirts on the TE homepage for $6. T-shirts were designed by your fellow teammates and look amazing. Orders close October 2nd, that is next Monday.
  • Today for lunch... In the Create line you can have Pasta with Meatballs. In the Grill line you can have Chicken Nuggets and in the On the Go line you can have your choice of deli sandwiches. Have a great day, do your best, and remember to always strive for 5.
Posted by dmatchett  On Sep 27, 2017 at 10:25 AM
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