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WELCOME TO BURNET MIDDLE SCHOOL
 

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  Burnet Middle School
1401 N. Main
Burnet, Texas 78611

(512) 756-6182
Fax: (512) 715-5615 or (512) 756-7955

Interim Principal: Steve Grant
School Hours: 7:45 - 3:30 p.m.
 


What's New at Burnet Middle School
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Boys Basketball Results:
8th Grade White Team
The Burnet 8th Grade White Team Started off their basketball season in a good way with a 20-19 victory over the Salado Eagles on Thursday night.  It was a very competitive game that resulted in lead changes at the end of every quarter.  Going into the 4th quarter down 16-11 the boys continued to fight and with a made free throw by Preston Cox with 4 seconds left in the game they were able to seal the 20-19 victory.  I am very proud of how hard all the boys played and it was a great way to start off their season.  Other players contributing to the victory were:  Wyatt Young, Liam Flanagan, Corbin Sanders, Roger Craig, Jon Vanwagenen, Trevor Livingston, Zach Shaw, and Alan Silva.

Submitted By Coach Couch
Girls Basketball Results:
8A
The 8th grade BMS girls basketball team started the new season in fine form, winning their first Tournament Championship.  The Saturday morning started with a 32 to 9 victory over district foe Llano.  The girls started quickly and built a 13--3 half time lead and never looked back.  Full court pressure, good shooting, and running the offense properly allowed the Lady Bull pups to expand the lead in the second half.  Kathleen Fipps and Hattie Blair each scored 7 points to lead the Lady Pups.
In the second game of the day, Burnet faced Marble Falls.  The girls stayed on tract with a 36-18 victory.  The girls made excellent in game adjustments facing a stubborn zone defense.  Diane Hurst shot the ball well from the high post and scored a game high 16 points.  Again, good passing and pressure defense allowed the Lady Pups to control the entire game. This win aimed the girls to the championship match vs. Liberty Hill.
The Championship game was tight for the entire contest.  Liberty Hill's changing defense slowed
down the Lady pup offensive production.  Clinging to a 3 point lead in the final 3 minutes of the game, the Lady Pups went into ball control.  Forcing Liberty Hill into some defensive mistakes and playing under control allowed the girls to build the lead and secure the victory!!  A very exciting way to start the season. 
 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:
 
Burnet vs. Llano:          
FINAL: 32-9, Burnet win
Brook Weller- 4 points
Tynadee Greenwell- 4 points
Dream Romero- 2 points
Kathleen Fipps- 7 points
Aubrey Losey- 4 points
Sam Robison- 2 points
Hattie Blair- 7 points
Diane Hurst- 2 points
Emma Lewis
 
Burnet vs. Marble Falls
FINAL: 36-18, Burnet win
Brooke Weller- 2 points
Trynadee Greenwell- 4 points
Kathleen Fipps- 4 points
Emma Lewis- 8 points
Hattie Blair- 4 points
Diane Hurst- 16 points
Sam Robison
Dream Romero
Aubrey Losey
 
Burnet vs. Liberty Hill
FINAL: 22-15, Burnet win
Trynadee Greenwell- 4 points
Dream Romero- 4 points
Kathleen Fipps- 2 points
Emma Lewis- 4 points
Aubrey Losey- 2 points
Hattie Blair- 4 points
Diane Hurst- 4 points
Brooke Weller
Sam Robison

Submitted by Coach Beckwith

8B
The 8B Lady Dawgs basketball team started the new season by hosting the Bulldog Classic this past Saturday.  The girls started off strong against the Llano Lady Daubers.  They built an 8-5 lead at halftime, and with tough defense the second half, won the game easily 27-5.  Full court pressure, good shooting, and running the offense properly allowed the Lady Dawgs to dominate the second half.  Paige Bridgeman led all scorers with 8 points. In the second game of the day, Burnet faced Marble Falls.  The girls had a hard time breaking the press and getting shots to fall.  We found ourselves down 14-4 at half time and we were never able to make a strong comeback and challenge the Lady Mustangs.  The game ended at 28-14 with Paige Bridgeman leading all scorers with 10 points.  This put the Lady Dawgs in a battle for second place against Liberty Hill. The entire game was back and forth for both teams.  At half time, the Lady Dawgs led 10-5, but this was short lived once the second half started.  The girls fought hard and pressed the entire game, but fell short in the end, 20-19.  I’m so proud of how hard the girls played and hustled for every ball.  There a few things we need to work on, but we are ready to take on our next opponent to prove to ourselves what a good team we are!  The Lady Dawgs will travel to Salado on Thursday, November 20th to take on the Lady Eagles.
 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:
 
Burnet vs. Llano:          
FINAL: 27-5, Burnet win
Paige Cheesman – 2 points
Emily Denton – 2 points
Makenna Delill – 4 points
McKinley Gonzales – 4 points
Kara Ward – 7 points
Paige Bridgeman – 8 points
 
 
Burnet vs. Marble Falls
FINAL: 28-14, Burnet loss
Makenna Delill – 2 points
Emily Denton – 2 points
Paige Bridgeman – 10 points
 
Burnet vs. Liberty Hill
FINAL: 20-19, Burnet loss
Giselle Martinez – 1 point
Paige Bridgeman – 2 points
Emily Denton – 2 points
Makenna Delill – 4 points
McKinley Gonzales – 4 points
Kara Ward – 8 points
 
8B Lady Dawgs 2014-2015
Paige Bridgeman
Paige Cheesman
Makenna Delill
Emily Denton
McKinley Gonzales
Heather Hahn
Lucia Ortiz
Giselle Valdez Martinez
Kara Ward

Submitted by Coach Hurst

7B


This past weekend the Lady Bulldogs hosted the Bulldog Classic. I am proud to announce the Lady Bulldogs took 2nd place in the 7B bracket! The girls started the tournament facing the Lady Daubers from Llano. I was very proud of how the Lady Bulldogs jumped out after only one week of practice and got after it! The Lady Bulldogs were able to easily pull ahead quickly and win the game because of stellar defense and great team work with a final score of 34-14.

Game two, the Lady Bulldogs took on the Marble Falls Lady Mustangs. The game started out really close, but again the Lady Bulldogs played some awesome defense which contributed to many scored baskets! The girls did well against the full court pressure from the Lady Mustangs. The Lady Bulldogs pulled out another big win with a score of 22-8!  
Game three turned into the championship game due to the Lady Dawgs and the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers being undefeated. The Lady Dawgs did well against the zone defense from the Lady Panthers but struggled to get rebounds on both ends. Our shots didn’t fall like they had in the previous two games and with us allowing the Lady Panthers to get second and third shots on their end, we fell behind and could not catch back up. The Lady Dawgs fell short with a 12-24 loss and took the Runner-Up Title.
When looking at individual stats, it is obvious this is going to be a TEAM that works together and everyone scores! The girls will continue to work hard this week to prepare for the first district game this Thursday.
The Lady Dawgs will travel to Salado on Thursday, November 20th to take on the Lady Eagles. I am excited to see what this season will bring with such hard working young ladies!

 
INDIVIDUAL RESULTS:
 
Burnet vs. Llano:          
FINAL: 34-14, Burnet win
Shelby Ford – 6 points
Jordan Langford – 4 points
Kya Martinez – 6 points
Jazlyn Marvin – 4 points
Leah Ng – 6 points
Emma Nisely – 4 points
Courtney Quintero – 2 points
Emmerson Walker – 2 points
 
Burnet vs. Marble Falls
FINAL: 22-8, Burnet win
Shelby Ford – 6 points
Jordan Langford – 2 points
Kya Martinez – 6 points
Jazlyn Marvin – 2 points
Courtney Quintero – 2 points
Emmerson Walker – 2 points
Rebekah Weir – 2 points
 
Burnet vs. Liberty Hill
FINAL: 12-24, Burnet loss
Courtney Quintero – 6 points
Kya Martinez – 2 points
Jordan Langford – 2 points
Emma Nisely – 2 points
 
 
7B Lady Dawgs 2014-2015
Shelby Ford
Jordan Langford
Kya Martinez
Jazlyn Marvin
Leah Ng
Emma Nisely
Courtney Quintero
Emmerson Walker
Jolie Walker
Rebekah Weir

Submitted by Coach Syphrett



 
BMS Band Dominates Region Band
This past Saturday (11/8/2014) your BMS Region Band members traveled to Smithville for the Region 18/26 ATSSB Region band audition. Each student is required to learn 8 scales and 2 etudes which they perform for a panel of 5 judges that rank each student on their ability and musicianship. 29 schools brought 521 students to audition that day. The attached documents show that, once again the Burnet band has some of the best in the area, easily topping the chart with 34 members earning a spot in the region band!!! With over half of the kids not only making the region band cut, but rocketing to the top of their sections and earning chairs in the top region band. All 62 members showed tremendous dedication to their craft and upheld themselves with Spirit, Pride and Honor. Congratulations to the students and their hard work. And a big thank you to Abby Wood, Michael Oreka and Jason Jones for their expertise and leadership with these young adults. GO BULLDOGS!!!!!!!!!!

Submit by Mr. Rhea
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