It’s a bit later than I would have liked to get this out there, but there was much to review this week and unfortunately I was out of town most of the week. The week began with the girl’s basketball game against Diller-Odell on Tuesday at Fillmore Central, round one of the sub-district play. Unfortunately for this year’s lady Huskies, they lost this game 29-46 and will not be advancing to play more basketball this season. The girls ended their season with 9 wins and 11 loses overall.
On Tuesday, Mrs. Widick took quiz bowl members to compete at Lawrence-Nelson. “We attended a quiz bowl competition at Lawrence-Nelson high school. It was a different format than we are used to in that there were 6 team members instead of 4. We only took 5 members, so we competed with one less member. Ooops. 🙂 We lost to Thayer Central, who won the event, Lawrence-Nelson (took 3rd) and then defeated Silver Lake for 5th place. It was exciting to compete against different teams. Team members were Ellyn Hall, Cooper Regier, Tobin Glinsmann, Kale Wetjen and Carson Ott.” –Mrs. Heidi Widick, sponsor
On Friday, the boys basketball teams played their final regular-season basketball game against Sandy Creek. The Huskies defeated the Cougars in a close game 54-58. Parents-Night for the boys’ teams was also held that evening. Photos of each player with their parents/guardians were taken by Cody Farrall Photography. The Heartland Booster Club provided peanut butter brownies from Stacy Lynn’s Baking Co. and roses from The Petal Pusher.
The Huskies boys enter into subdistrict play on Tuesday, Feb 25 at 7:00 pm against Riverside at Shelby High School. Check out the bracket here.
The week culminated with “Winter Song” held in the south gym at Heartland. Attendees were treated to fantastic music by the Heartland Choirs (Chamber Singers and Mixed Chorus) as well as individual and group music. Background vocals and music was provided by Mr. Lynn Hall, Ted Krehbiel and Jay and Marilyn Kroeker. Matt Siebert furnished sound for the evening. Tasty treats were provided by Perks. Following the song portion of the evening, the high school attendees were then able to attend “Winter Ball,” a dance following the program.
Photos provided by Daphne Hall
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