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Weekend Raider Update: Oct. 15, 2018

Here is your Weekend Raider Update for Oct. 15, 2018.

Andrew Mouzin

Here is your Weekend Raider Update for Oct. 15, 2018.

The varsity football team pulled out a victory against Summit Christian Academy, 12-10, on Senior Night Friday, Oct. 12. The team improved its record to 8-0 with one more game left to go in the regular season. The team plays Van Horn Saturday, Oct. 20, at William Chrisman. 

Girls Tennis
The varsity girls tennis team are state bound! The team defeated St. Pius X (5-0) and Marshall (5-0) in sectional play on Saturday, Oct. 13. The team faces rival John Burroughs in the state semifinals on Thursday, Oct. 18, in Springfield. 

Field Hockey
The varsity field hockey team traveled to St. Louis over the weekend for games against Villa Duchesne, Visitation and Westminster Christian Academy. The girls started the weekend off with a bang, defeating Westminster, 3-0, on Friday, Oct. 12. However, the team ultimately fell to Villa Duchesne, 6-0, on Saturday, Oct. 13, and their game against Visitation was canceled. The team plays at Notre Dame de Sion on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Senior Night for the team is next Monday, Oct. 22.

Boys Soccer
Junior Ty Toney scored an amazing goal in the second half as the Raiders defeated Blue Springs Springs South, 1-0, on Wednesday, Oct. 10. The team plays Monday, Oct. 15, at Lee's Summit West.

Girls Golf
Senior Emily Dickey heads to the Missouri Class 1 Girls Golf State Championships Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 15-16, at Mozingo Lake Recreational Park Course in Maryville, Mo.

Cross Country
The cross country team traveled to Warrensburg on Thursday, Oct. 11, for the Warrensburg Invitational. Both boys and girls teams finished in seventh place at the meet. Seniors Coleman Gliddon and Thomas Way led the boys team with 21st and 23rd place finishes, respectively. Freshman India Williams and senior Daniela Rodriguez-Chavez finished in 32nd and 33rd place, respectively, in their race. The team competes at districts on Oct. 27, in Maryville.