Volume XVI, Number 22 | Wednesday, March 9, 2022
Levels 5-8 Basketball Award Winners
Level 5 Girls: MVP - Rachel York Merit - Addison Albers

Level 5 Boys Gold: MVP - Charlie York Merit - Sebastian Fritz

Level 5 Boys Blue: MVP - Sahil Dhingra Merit - Russell Fortuna

Level 6 Girls: MVP - Susie Schoyer Merit - Mila Libbey

Level 6 Boys: MVP - Jayden Przybilla Merit - Sanjay Menon

Level 7 Girls: MVP - Elena Petrova Merit - Brooke Nowacki

Level 7 Boys Gold: MVP - Keagan Michelich Merit - Zaim Banday

Level 7 Boys Blue: MVP - Sutton Demski
Merit - Ritik Gogineni, Rehaan Muqeet

Level 8 Girls: MVP - Julia Van Bogart Merit - Katie Loomis, Anna Phillips

Level 8 Boys Gold: MVP - Raghav Vijayapal
Merit - Eddie Schoyer, Andrew Schmidt

Level 8 Boys Blue: MVP - Tyler Grande Merit - Santino Raab Rabida
Middle School Basketball
Level 6 Girls:

The Level 6 girls lost to St. Mary Menomonee Falls this past Saturday. Mila Libbey and Katherine Courtright made three-pointers for the girls, and Mali Williams led the team in scoring with six points. The girls played a great game to finish out the season!

-Coach Greg Weithaus

Level 7 Boys Gold:

The Level 7 boys Gold team finished out the season with a game at St. Mary Menomonee Falls. BA began the game in control, trailing by only one point after the first quarter.

Unfortunately, the team could not hang on as St. Mary took advantage of a few BA turnovers. The boys never gave up, fighting the entire game. Eli Wintheiser was the top scorer in the game with nine points. He had a critical steal and assist to Isaaq Qureshi, the second highest scorer with eight points. Samuel Miller, Nicholas Roth, and Noah Thompson each chipped in on the scoring end. Despite the 38-25 loss, the boys held their heads high. 

-Coach Mel Reynolds
Reported by Kristi Thompson

Level 7 Boys Blue

The team poses for a picture after a recent game!
Level 8 Gold:

The Level 8 boys Gold team closed out the regular season with a great effort against an excellent Seton North team. In a close game, the boys fell just short, losing 54-51. The team finishes the season in a tie for third place in the Notre Dame league with a final record of 10-3. Garrett Priebe had a game high 15 points, including a long-range three-pointer to bring the game back within one score in the last seconds of the game. Raghav Vijayapal, Tyler Weiss, and Eddie Schoyer scored 13, 10, and eight points respectively to complete a balanced team effort. 

Our season continues as we earned a bye in the Padre Serra Tournament and will have our first playoff game on March 20. We hope to see many fans come out to support our boys at St. Thomas More High School!

-Coach Eric Weiss
BA's quadrant of the Padre Serra Tournament. Full bracket can be seen here.
Current L8 Boys US Football Meeting

All Level 8 boys interested in learning more about the Upper School football program should meet Coach Kahle in Freedom Hall Room 101 during lunch period tomorrow. Pizza will be provided!