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Burnet Middle School
1401 N. Main
Burnet, Texas 78611
Fax: (512) 715-5615 or (512) 756-7955
Principal: Kevin Jones
School Hours: 7:45 - 3:30 p.m.
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BMS students are selling insulated mugs as the campus fundraiser this year. All student order forms and money are due on Friday, September 26.
3 Hour Early Release Friday, Sept. 26
Students will be dismissed 3 hours earlier than the regular dismissal times on Friday, September 26. Lunch will be served and transportation routes will run 3 hours earlier than normal. The early release time is used by BCISD staff to plan for the next six weeks of instruction.
The school nurse will be conducting Scoliosis Screenings on 6th grade students the week of September 22-26. If you have any questions, please contact Nurse Brown at 512-756-6182.
Last night the ladies took on Llano for their second district game of the year. After having a bye last week the girls were ready to get back on the court for another game. They came out fired up and really played well. Behind very strong serves from Amilee Shackleford, Lexi Courtney, Emmerson Walker, and Kenley Wendt allowing the girls to get a lead early and keep it throughout! Also had very strong play at the net by Reyvan Greenhaw , Lexi Courtney and outstanding passing by my libero Katie Faris! We were able to have several opportunities for kills due to several great sets from Shelby Ford and Amilee Shackleford. I am very proud of how the girls played and hope we can continue to get better each week!
Next Game: @ Salado Monday Sept.22
Submitted by Coach Hafley
The 7B Lady Pups hosted their first home game tonight against Llano. The girls came out ready to play! The game was close until Elizabeth Nash got up to serve. She served 6 straight points! Llano tried to come back, but Jessenia Garcia put up 6 amazing serves along with Katelyn Moore's 2 unanswered serves to seal the win at 25-15! In the second set, Marissa Miller came out strong with 7 incredible serves. The girls took the lead early with a score of 10-2 . The Llano Lady Daubers had a hard time getting serves over, so that allowed some strong serving from Jessenia Garcia and Katelyn Moore once again to give the Lady Pups a 25-14 win! It was exciting to see many of the girls grow and improve so much since our first game. Taylor Mullins and Emma Nisely stepped up to serve and did a great job passing. Caitlynne Graves played libero for the very first time and gave 100%. Leah Ng and Kendal Connolly were fabulous leaders on the court as well as being our setters. Once again, I really want to applaud these girls for playing as a team, hustling and going for the bump, set, hits like we have worked on. The Lady Pups will travel to Salado for their next game on Monday, September 22nd.
Submitted by Coach Syphrett
The 7th grade girls’ volleyball Spirit and Pride teams played their first inner-squad games of the season. All the girls were ready to play and pumped up for their first game! The Pride jumped out to an early lead by awesome serving behind Kya Martinez, who served 9 straight serves and Leslie Rodriguez, who served 4 unanswered points. The Spirit tried to make a comeback behind solid serves from Tatum Davis and great net play from Melissa Perez, but in the end they lost the first game. The second game was much closer, Spirit jumped out to an early lead behind serves from Shayna Bartlett and Baylea Breeden. Pride recovered behind great passing from Stacy Schlosser and Jolie Walker and they were able to pull away for their first win. It was great to see the improvement from these ladies, since our first practice. I look forward to seeing the growth continue throughout the season!
Anna Barrios Meridith Dunahoo
Shayna Bartlett Kaila Gonzalez
Crystal Beam Alli Hawkins
Baylea Breeden Monica Hernandez
Taryn Briggs Kya Martinez
Tatum Davis Kathryn Perkins
Montana Dumpert Lesli Rodriguez
Isabella Dunegan Stacy Schlosser
Carrie Guthrie Mary Serrano
Audrey Miller Aidan Trulove
Mekaila Mottleier Jolie Walker
Melissa Perez Rebekah Weir
Yamile Ramirez Juleya Crawford
Submitted by Coach Hurst
Last night we hosted the Llano Lady Daubers. We really struggled getting into a good rhythm like we had in our first game against Lampasas. We had moments where I really felt like we were going to pull away and then we would fall into a little rut. But at the end of it we came away with a big win in 3 games. I am very proud of how the girls fought and never gave up! They showed great heart and desire to come away with the VICTORY!!! We had very good play at the net by Trynadee Greenwell, Diane Hurst, and Dream Romero. I felt my two setters Kinley Beyer and Samantha Robison made some great plays to put our hitters in great position for kills! We also had strong and consistent serving from Kinley Beyer, Samantha Robinson, Riley Markgraf, and Jessica Wilson. But the offense cannot do anything without good passing and I felt Makenna Edward, Mikayla Whitus, and Genna Weston made some very good passes to get the offense going! The girls were very excited after the big win and are even more excited about getting back to work to prepare for their next game.
Next Game: Monday, September 22nd @ Salado
Submitted by Coach Hafley
The 8B Lady Pups had a fantastic team win last night against the Llano Yellow Jackets! In the first game the Lady Pups jumped out with a great lead behind the solid serving of Kaylie Russell, who served 5 unanswered points in a row! The Lady Jackets fought hard and with some missed serves from the Lady Pups, kept the first game close. In the end the Lady Pups held it together and won the first game! In the second game the Lady Pups had solid serving from several girls, Makenna Delill, Hattie Blair, and Brooke Weller, who served 12 straight points in a row and solidified the win against Llano! The entire team hustled and worked hard for every point. We had solid back row play from Mackenzie Goertz and Lucila Ortiz and the front row girls were aggressive and attacked the net! I’m very proud of how the girls played and worked as a team! The 8B Pups will travel to Salado next Monday, September 22nd!
Submitted by Coach Hurst
The volleyball Spirit and Pride teams played their first inner-squad games of the season. The 8th grade girls came out excited and ready to play. In game 1, the Spirit team took an early lead thanks to some amazing serves from Madison Glaspy with 6 unanswered serves and Madison Slocum with 12! The Spirit came up with a big win with a score of 25-10.
Game two was a good battle and Team Pride took the lead with some great serves from Jaime Edwards and passes from Heather Hahn and Gisselle Valdez. But Team Spirit took the lead again with incredible serves from Glaspy, Slocum and Harli Springer. Game two went to Team Spirit again with a score of 25-16.
I am very proud of all our Spirit and Pride teams for playing hard and improving so much!
Team Spirit Team Pride
Ashley Branson Paige Cheesman
Madison Glaspy Heather Hahn
Haley Hahn Kansas Haynes
Maddison Kingsbury Rebekah Hood
Jennifer Lopez Allie Richardson
Brandi Perry Cheyenne Sharp
Autumn Pritchett Melissa Sprankle
Fatima Rodriguez Sydni Stieler
Madison Slocum Gisselle Valdez
Harli Springer Brie Wathen
Brooklin Sutton Jaime Edwards
Submitted by Coach Syphrett
BMS 8th grade vs. Fredericksburg
The 8th grade Bullpups travelled to Fredericksburg to open the 2014 season against the Battlin’ Billies. The White team fought the whole game, and came up on the wrong end of a 28-20 score. The A team dominated from start to finish, winning 36-14.
White Team Recap:
The White team traded scores early, and went into halftime tied 14-14. The white offense was led by the running of quarterback, Zac Esposito, who had a 60 yard TD run, and a 30 yard scoring run. Also chipping in on offense was running back, Reggie Hernandez, who took a handoff and went 98 yards for a score, just after the Bullpup defense held strong on a 1st and goal from their own 1 yardline. Both Esposito and Hernandez ran well the entire game. Standouts defensively were Jackson Williams on the defensive line, Corbin Sanders at linebacker, and Bodie Muccigrossi and Devin Garkie in the secondary. The Bullpups will go back to work, and play again on September 25th when they travel to Marble Falls.
Green Team Recap:
After trading scores early on in the first quarter, what seemed to be a back and forth affair ended up being all Burnet in a 36-14 win. The offense ran the ball all night with running backs Silver Hinson, who tallied 2 TDs, Ryan Jackson who scored twice also, and quarterback Brynner Shackelford who pitched in a two point conversion. The Bullpups also scored when Joseph Guthrie scooped a short punt by the Billies and returned it 50 yards for a TD. Kade Strong had a nice catch in traffic to keep a drive going, and many others pitched in offensively. Defensively the Pups were led by Guthrie, Allan McMeans, and Logan Herrin who gave the Billie offensive line fits all night while making several key plays in the backfield. Ryan Jackson and Cooper Cook both had interceptions for the Bullpups, and the defense as a whole swarmed to the ball all night. The Bullpups travel to Marble Falls on September 25th for their second game of the year.
Submitted by Coach Rye
Bulldog White Team
In the first game of the evening the Burnet White team played a tough game against the Billies from Fredericksburg.
On the first play of the game offensive for the Dogs Trey Grant took the snap and on a busted play ran 61 yards for a score with the PAT no good. Hayden Tucker scored a PAT after a kickoff return for a touchdown with some great help from the line -Ethan Blair, Liam Franco, William Johnson, Larry Amador and Caleb Chambers.
The defense gave great effort and played well at times. Defensive standouts of the evening were Freddy Park from the linebacker position and Devin Rhodes from the Rover position.
On special teams we got our second score of the night when Cameron Lawson took a kickoff back for a TD at the end of the 3rd quarter.
This was the first game of the season and the White team played hard and never gave up. This game will go down as an incomplete game as it was not finished due to being stopped in the 3rd Quarter due to lightning with the score 14-16 Billies.
Bulldog Green Team
The second game of the night was a loss for the Bulldogs. The Billies won 0-8 in a fast paced game, that had a running clock due to an hour and half lightning delay.
Offensively the Dogs moved the ball well with outside runs from Hunter Shane, Bryan Silva and Logan Cummings. The two quarterbacks, Hunter King and Tyler Davis ran the offense well for their first game. Also Braydn McPherson had a catch for a good gain late in the game. The offense did have one score late called back due to holding, after a great 48 yard run by Hunter Shane. The offense never quite got into a rhythm, but there was a lot of great effort given showing great potential down the road.
The dogs played really well defensively, but gave up one late score in the 3rdquarter. Defensive standouts for the night were Hunter Shane, Ethan Baladez, Rob Grant, Hunter Hale and Kaden Stubblefield. Many others had shining moments and the Bulldog defense is looking good for the future.
Special teams standout was Jaylen Laidler with a blocked punt and a return of 20 yards.
Overall the Green team gave tremendous effort on offense and were very aggressive defensively for their first game.
The 7th grade will not play again until the 25th of September when they will take on the Mustangs from Marble Falls.
Submitted by Coach Keele
Cross Country Results
This past Saturday, September 6th, the Burnet Middle School Cross Country team traveled to Liberty Hill Junior High for the Liberty Hill Cross Country Meet. The runners ran their first official cross country race of the season, which consisted of a rugged 2 mile trail run. 8th grader, Trynadee Greenwell, ran strongest for the girls team with a very impressive time of 13:52 and placed 4th out of nearly 120 runners. 8th grader, Kinley Beyer, was close behind placing 12th with a time of 14:43. 7th grader, Logan Cummings, was the standout on the boys side. He ran an excellent time of 12:46 and placed 14th out of nearly 140 runners. The BMS Girls team placed 3rd out of 7 teams, while the BMS Boys team placed 4th out of 8 teams. Their progress has improved tremendously, and we are very excited to see where this season takes us! Next up, the BMS Cross Country team will travel to Fredericksburg on September 27th, for the Fredericksburg Invitational at Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course. Way to go Running Dawgs!
Submitted by Coach Shannon
Volleyball September Calendar
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