Written notes: Sports and other school events
FUTURES Foundation for Volusia County Schools announced that its annual report Caribbean party has been postponed to Thursday, November 11. Sponsorship and tickets are still available at https://bit.ly/2021CaribbeanPartyTickets.
Questions about the event can be addressed to [email protected]
FUTURES also organized an event at Burntwood Tavern at Ormond Beach in which $ 1,860 was donated to support all FUTURES programs impacting schools, teachers and students in Volusia County.
If you would like to become a FUTURES charity partner, send an email to [email protected]
Four public schools in Volusia County received the Florida PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support) Resilience Award and was named PBIS Model Schools 2020-21: Forest Lake Elementary School, Timbercrest Elementary School and Heritage Middle School, all in Deltona, and Osceola Elementary School in Ormond Beach, now called Primary school by the beach.
Twenty-one schools in Volusia County participate in this program.
West Volusia High School Football
Games played on September 10 found DeLand High School being dominated by Clearwater Academy International, 44-7, while Deltone High beat Matanzas, 27-6. Deltona Pine Ridge crushed Palm Beach Christian Prep, 50-6, with Orange City University just pass Seabreeze, 27-23. Pierson taylor was arrested on September 9 by Windermere Prep, 41-7.
The games on Friday, September 24 will face Seabreeze DeLand at Spec Martin Memorial Stadium, while Deltone hosts Winter Springs and Deltona Pine Ridge meets Taylor. Orange City University will host Lake Brantley, while Christian of the Trinity of Deltona welcomes Keswick Christian. All games are at 7 p.m.
Friday October 1, locations DeLand on the road to Lake Mary. Deltone will head towards Port Orange
Atlantic and Christian of the Trinity of Deltona will host Eagle’s View. Deltona Pine Ridge, Orange City University and Pierson taylor have an open date of October 1st.
McInnis Elementary School
McInnis Elementary School in DeLeon Springs has already determined how much the field trips will cost for the upcoming school year. The school offers several ways to pay, and there is a payment deadline for each trip. Leaflets with information should have arrived at the house, but if not, contact the school. Always check these, as things can change.
The Kindergarten go visit Harvest Fields Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze Friday October 22, meet at DeLeon Springs Fire Station on a date not yet fixed, visit Blue Spring State Park January 6 and go to DeLeon Springs State Park and take a boat ride on March 3. The four trips cost a total of $ 18.
The first year trips include DeLand Regional Library Friday October 8 Establishment of the pioneers of Barberville December 14th DeLeon Springs State Park (including a boat ride) on March 3, and a trip to Reptile Discovery Center May 19. The cost of these totals is $ 35.
Second year will do field study adventures at Athens Theater at DeLand see Shrek, visit the Volusia County Courthouse January 31, go to DeLeon Springs State Park (including a boat ride) on February 4 and Establishment of the pioneers of Barberville March 10. the Marine Discovery Center made a presentation to McInnis on May 20. The cost of the trips is $ 36.
Field trips to third grade students will be of Camp YMCA Winona Monday November 8 to Daytona Beach Museum of Arts and Sciences February 9, direction Sanford and the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens February 24 and Select the producers May 20. Total cost: $ 53.
Fourth grade students will have a visit with Dell Diamond Tuesday October 12 and go to Camp YMCA Winona Friday November 5 at St. Augustine January 28 and Publish March 23. Total cost: $ 96.06.
The fifth grade students will have Dell Diamond visit on December 3, and they will travel to Camp YMCA Winona December 10 to Kennedy Space Center February 4 and Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens March 25. Total cost: $ 127.84.
DeLand High School Athletics
The DeLand High School Volleyball Team has been successful. The game scores were 1-2 with Hagerty; 2-0 against Spain Park of Alabama; 0-2 at Clearwater Central Catholic; 2-1 on Vanguard; 2-0 against Riverdale; 0-2 at Westminster Christian; 2-0 against Bishop Moore; 3-0 against Seabreeze; and 1-2 by Lake Brantley.
The DeLand High Bowling Team participated in competitions twice a week. The boys beat the Atlantic, 7-0, with Mial Baldwin roll a 212, while the girls lost, 0-7, with Alisyn sprague get a 195.
The boys then beat Seabreeze 5-2, while the girls lost 0-7. In the Seabreeze match, Jean Gaudreault rolled a 221; Sam martin, 226; Joshua Barger, 210; and Jesse barger, 201. Sprague had 196 and 189, with Aaliyah Alexander roll 179, and Timmera lewis rolling a career high of 115.
The DeLand Swim Team split with Flagler Palm Coast, the boys winning, 139-31, while the girls being arrested, 91-79. Maddox mules won the 200 freestyle and the 100 fly, while Kai Vedder, Ryan fantone and Massimo mules won one event each. Anna monette won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke in girls, while Emmy miles and Isabelle Brunacci won one event each.
The DeLand cross-country teams were at the Titusville Astronaut Invitational, where the girls finished 15th and the boys 11th out of 32 teams competing. Junior Madeleine Schricker finished 17th overall with a time of 21: 08.90, while the seniors Ethan Myrick placed 21st with a time of 18: 00.60.
The DeLand Century Club helps support DeLand High Bulldog football programs. A simple membership costs $ 25. Visit delandfootball.com for more information or call 386-804-0881.
The DeLand High Baseball Team sets up a Game of the ancients which will be played at noon on Saturday, November 6, at DeLand High baseball field. The alumni participation fee is $ 30, while a $ 5 donation is suggested for entry into the game. More information on this as the date approaches.
The upcoming sports calendar, which may change depending on the weather, finds the Bulldogs long distance runners at the Hagerty Invitational on Saturday September 25.
Monday, September 27, has the male golfers competing in the Great Halifax Invitational on the Riviera Country Club course at 8:30 am
Tuesday, September 28, has the Lady Bulldog Volleyball Teams reception of New Smyrna Beach at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Wednesday September 29, a golfers at Seabreeze on the Oceanside course at 4 p.m.
The bowlers salute Flagler Palm Coast at 3:45 p.m. on September 29 at the Sunshine Bowling Center in DeLand, and the boys golf team welcomes the University at 4 p.m. that day on the Victoria Hills course.
On Thursday, September 30, Spruce Creek will face the DeLand High School Volleyball Team at the DeLand gymnasium at 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Deltona High School
Reunion at Deltona High School is Friday, September 24, when the wolves will host the Winter Springs High School football team at 7 p.m. Dancing back home will be 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, September 25.
Stetson University Athletics
The Stetson University Hats Football Team arrested Ave Maria, 49-16. The Hats on offense gained 313 yards flying and 267 rushing yards. The next game will be on Saturday, September 25, when they travel to Princeton, followed by a home game against Davidson at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 2.
The Stetson Men’s Football Team tied the score to 2 against Campbell. Olivier Bryneus and Gabriel Toro scored Stetson’s goals.
Upcoming home events for the Hatters have the women’s football team the Eastern Kentucky host at 1 p.m. on Sunday, September 26 and men’s soccer team hosting the University of Jacksonville at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 2.
Nakiah warner and Scott Attardi, both from Deltona, and Kelsey Hansbrough, from DeLand, were appointed to dean’s list summer 2021 To University of Southern New Hampshire.
Jefferson Holder, from DeLand, Lauren Hoover, by DeBary, and George boyles, from Deltona, were appointed to List of presidents for summer 2021 To University of Southern New Hampshire.
Eryn Elizabeth Streeter, from Deltona, obtained a Bachelor of Science in radiological sciences Midwestern State University at Wichita Falls, Texas.
Avry Aviles, from DeLand, received a Coast Guard Foundation Scholarship. His father, Michel Avilés, is a retired Coast Guard veteran. Avry is present Stetson University at DeLand.
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