The 7th grade Girls and Boys Track Teams won the Pioneer League Track Meet held at Rose Hill on May 8th. The 8th grade Boys Team placed 4th and the 8th grade Girls finished 6th at the meet. EMS athletes with first place finishes at the league meet include:
Ridge Towner, Discus; Kylea McArdle, 400; Sydney Harper, 200 Hurdles; Mikala Ruff, Discus; Madison Runnion, High Jump; 4x100 Relay (Ally Martinez, Sidney Howland, Kylea McArdle and Braylon Daniels); 800 Medley Relay (Sydney Harper, Sidney Howland, Kylea McArdle and Braylon Daniels); Jolie Howland, 800; Mikala Ruff, Shot Put; Summer Larkin, Long Jump; 4x400 Relay (Braylon Daniels, Kylea McArdle, Sidney Howland and Jolie Howland); Jacob Harding, 800; 1600 Medley Relay (Shay Brown, Greg Matthews, Jake Kimble and Matt Triboletti); Destiny Bowlin, Discus; and 1600 Medley Relay (Janae Waite, Jessi Becker, Destiny Bowlin and Morgan Greene).
Pioneer League Website
The Pioneer League has created a league website that can be used to keep track of every league schools schedules, records, and division standings. Please check out the website at www.pioneerleague.org, and keep up to date on what is happening in the Pioneer League.
All students K - 12 will be charged $2.00 to enter a game, unless they have purchased a season pass through the high school or central office. Adults will be
charged $3.00, unless they have purchased a season pass through the
high school or central office. A stamp will be available if you wish to
leave and go from one athletic event to another. Students who leave
will not be readmitted. No bicycles or skateboards allowed.
Seventh and eighth grade boys and girls in El Dorado Middle School are
permitted to participate in the Interscholastic Athletic Program. The
programs include 7th and 8th grade cross country, football, volleyball,
wrestling, basketball, track, cheerleading, and tennis.
Before any 7th or 8th grade student may participate for any
interscholastic sport or participate in cheerleading, he/she must have
a physical examination performed by a medical physician or a
chiropractor. The athlete must have a signed statement from the doctor
filed with the Director of Middle School Athletics stating that the
student is physically fit. The parents and student must also sign an
Extracurricular Activity Consent Form and fill out a medial card before
the student can participate. Only physicals after May 1, 2011 will be
accepted for the 2011-12 School Year. Athletic Physical Form
An EMS student is considered ineligible if he/she has an F for two consecutive weeks in the same class. The student will be placed on a probationary list during the first week, and that student will have the opportunity to raise their grade prior to grades being checked for the next week. If a student brings their grade up to a passing level during the probationary week, they will be eligible to participate the following week. A student will be considered ineligible if they are failing the same class for the second consecutive week. If a student is ineligible, the student will not be eligible to participate in any competitions during the following week. Once they are able to bring their grade up to a passing level, they will then be allowed to participate on an EMS team.
If a student does
not pass the required 5 new classes in a semester, then the student will not be eligible for
the next semester. (KSHSAA Rule 13, Article 3 of the KSHSAA Handbook)