Athletic News

The Annual "Battle for the Holy Grail" spirit competition between SGS and Northwest Christian is this Friday, January 18 at NWC.  The theme is The 1960s, and $5 spirit packs (groovy glasses, bandanas, peace signs) are available to purchase at lunch on Thursday, Jan. 17 from Mark Rickard.  Students who have ordered tie-dyed T-shirts will get them Thursday afternoon or Friday morning to wear that day.  Plus, please send in new or gently used childrens/teens clothing for the Teen & Kid Closet charity that both schools will be supporting this week, or bring clothes to the game.  Representatives of Teen & Kid Closet will collect donations and serve as judges of the spirit competition.

On Friday, there will be a K-12 Pep Rally in ESAC to preview our dance, then students can stay after school to work on decorations and face painting.  A free bus for students in grades 6-12 will leave SGS to go to NWC at 4:30pm -- parents must sign the waiver on PowerSchool and identify whether their student will be riding the bus back to SGS after the competition or will be picked up at NWC.  Cost for students to attend the games is $4 (adults are $6), and food is available at the concessions stand.

Holy Grail basketball games begin at 3:00pm with the girls JV game, followed by boys JV at 4:30pm, girls varsity at 6:00pm, and boys varsity at 7:30pm.  Spirit competitions will run before and at halftime of the varsity games, culminating with the awarding of the Holy Grail at about 9:00pm.  It's time for Dragons to win back the Grail, so come support Saint George's this Friday, Jan. 18!

The Little Dragon Cheerleaders were a big part of the Lower School Basketball Night on Jan. 12 in the ESAC Gym.  After a chili feed and time to decorate signs, they practiced their dance number and then performed during both the girls and boys varsity basketball games.  See a Photo Gallery of their busy evening!

See the current Dragon Athletic Schedule for all Saint George's athletic competitions during the coming week.  Look for any last-minute changes and full team schedules at the Dragon Athletics Webpage on the SGS website.

Ski Bus Returns for 2019

January 07, 2019

The Friday Night Ski Bus to Mt. Spokane returns starting Friday, Jan. 11.  Please get money and permission form to Melanie Mildrew by Wednesday, Jan. 9.  Then drop off skis and snowboards at Metters on Friday morning.  See the Ski Bus Information Flyer for more details, and review the Ski Bus Expectations.  The next Ski Bus will be Friday, Feb. 8.

Lower School Basketball Night is this Saturday, January 12.  It begins with a LS Family Chili Feed and Baked Potato Bar from 4-6pm in the Dragon's Den.  All family members are invited to attend the complimentary meal and enjoy social time with one another.  Then cheer on the Dragons' varsity teams, who play Davenport that evening in ESAC.  The girls' game begins at 4:30pm and the boys' game at 6:30pm.  The Little Dragon Cheerleaders will perform at both games.  

Lower School families can reply "Yes" to the evite that was sent out last week, or please contact Sara Wolff at sarawolff2020@me.com or Katie Wolff at katiewolff10@gmail.com.  Ticket prices for the games are: Adults-$6.00, Seniors-$4.00, non-SGS K-12 students-$4.00, and SGS students are free.  Go Dragons!

Join the Outdoor Program for an evening of cross country skiing up at the Mt. Spokane Nordic Center on Friday, Jan. 4.  We will leave after school on Friday and return by 7pm.  This is open to 8th through 12th graders.  There is limited gear for students to borrow otherwise they need to provide their own gear -- see Mt. Spokane Nordic Ski Flyer for details.  Students must sign up in their respective divisions and have the waiver filled out by their parents by Thursday, Jan. 3 to participate.

Former Dragon basketball players and friends returned to the Schmidt Center Gym for a fierce but friendly game of basketball on Dec. 23.  Thanks to Bob Jones '82 for this Photo Gallery of their game.

Both the boys' and girls' junior varsity teams played Newport on Nov. 28 at Saint George's.  See photo galleries of the Boys' Team playing in Metters Gym and of the Girls' Team playing in the Schmidt Center.

The varsity boys and girls basketball teams hosted Lakeside in their first home games at the Errol Schmidt Athletic Center on Nov. 28.  See photo galleries of the Girls Game (a 39-34 win) and the Boys Game (a 82-62 win) on the SGS website.

The climbing gym in Metters is open at lunch several days a week for open climbing.  Here's a Photo Gallery of the students who were enjoying some vertical challenges on Nov. 28.


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