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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.
 


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Volleyball Results
7A
10/27/14
Vs. Salado
 
Last night we hosted the Salado Eagles. We came up against a very scrappy Salado team.  We were able to get some very strong serving down the stretch and pull out a close win.  We had very good net play by Greenhaw, Moore and Perez!  Great passing and hustle by Faris, Shackelford, Lenz, Wendt, and Graves.  Also great Setting and Hitting by Courtney, Ford, Shackelford, and Walker.  Very proud of the girls and the way they played together and pulled out a very good win! 
 
Burnet              Salado
     25                      21
     28                      26
 
District Record: 6-1
Next Game: Monday, Nov. 3 @ Liberty Hill
 
Submitted by Coach Hafley

7B
10/27/14
vs. Salado
 
The 7th B Lady Dawgs hosted the Salado Lady Eagles Monday night. The first set started off close and it was back and forth for the first 10 points, but with 6 straight unanswered serves from Leah Ng, the Lady Dawgs got the momentum going! Tatum Davis, Stephany Garcia and Jessenia Garcia hustled after many tough passes to the back row. Elizabeth Nash and Kendal Connolly played aggressive at the net with great blocks and hits. All the girls contributed to a big 25-13 win!
The second set was all Lady Dawgs! Salado struggled to get serves over and the Lady Dawgs were on fire! Taylor Mullins stepped up getting some service points along with great net play! Marissa Miller and Emma Nisely put up some big serves to get us up by 6. Baylae Breeden and Elizabeth Nash sealed the win with 6 aces each with a final score of 25-6.
I cannot say enough about this group of girls and their love of the game! They are working hard this week and will get ready to take on the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers in our final volleyball game of the season. Come support our volleyball girls as we finish our season strong!
 
Burnet                                   Salado
25                                           13
25                                           6
 
 Next Game: Monday, November 3rd @ Liberty Hill
 
District record: 5-2

Submitted by Coach Syphrett

7C
The 7th grade girls’ volleyball Spirit and Pride teams played their last intramural game of the season last night. The first game was back and forth with neither team taking a strong lead.  Then Pride took a lead behind the powerful serves from Kya Martinez.  Spirit made a quick come back behind serves from Shayna Bartlett, Juleya Crawford, and Audrey Miller, which gave them the lead and Spirit won the first game.  The second game started off just like the first game with back and forth leads.  Both teams battled it out with great passing from Yamille Ramirez, Crystal Beam, Carrie Guthrie and Anna Barrios for Spirit and Kathryn Perkins, Leslie Rodriguez and Rebekah Weir for Pride. Pride finally took the lead with Kya Martinez serving 9 straight points in a row. Spirit was unable to recover and lost the second game.  This took us to a third game!  The third game was a different story, Pride jumped out to a dominating lead behind unbelievable serving from Lesli Rodriguez. The Spirit could not return the serves and lost the final game.   I am so proud of how hard the girls have worked this season and how much they have improved!!  It has been a pure joy watching the girls grow and enjoy playing the game!  Way to go Lady Dawgs!!
 
Spirit                                                              Pride
25                                                                   22
15                                                                   25
6                                                                     15
 
Spirit                                                              Pride
Anna Barrios                                                Meridith Dunahoo
Shayna Bartlett                                           Kaila Gonzalez
Crystal Beam                                               Alli Hawkins
Taryn Briggs                                                 Monica Hernandez
Montana Dumpert                                     Devina Huerta
Isabella Dunegan                                       Kya Martinez
Carrie Guthrie                                             Kathryn Perkins
Audrey Miller                                              Lesli Rodriguez
Yamile Ramirez                                          Mary Serrano
Mekaila Mottleier                                     Aidan Trulove
Juleya Crawford                                          Jolie Walker
                                                                        Rebekah Weir


Submitted by Coach Hurst

8A
10/27/2014        
Vs Salado
We hosted a good Salado team last night.  After getting ourselves into an early 6-0 hole the girls really stepped up to the punches thrown by the Eagles and then started jabbing back!  The girls really played hard and never gave up!  Then trailing 17-12 Makenna Edwards stepped up and served 8 straight points to help us pull ahead 22-17.  After a small rally by Salado we were able to keep the lead and get the first game 25-22.  The 2nd started off going back and forth without either side gaining an advantage.  After great hustle and great passing by Beyer, Markgraf, Robison, Whitus, and Russell we were able to keep the score close with Edwards stepping up to serve again and once again she delivered with 8 straight points to help the Lady Dawgs pull ahead.  After a trading points back and forth and with some great net play by Greenwell, Hurst, Wilson, and Romero we were able to slow down the Salado run of 7 unanswered points.  With the game tied 24-24 Mikayla Whitus stepped up to serve and finished off the Eagles.  Very proud of  Mikayla for stepping into a very tough spot and coming out in such a great way for her team!  Such a great team win last night for the girls!  We really struggled the last time we played Salado and to come out and get a big hard fought win feels really good!    Next Monday we finish up the 2014 volleyball season in Liberty Hill.
 
Burnet       Salado
    25                  22
    26                  24
 
District Record: 4-3
Next Game: Monday, Nov. 3 @ Liberty Hill

Submitted by Coach Hafley

8B
The 8B Lady Dawgs hosted the Salado Lady Eagles last night for their final home game of their Junior High Volleyball career.  The game started off back and forth with neither team taking a lead.  Then Hattie Blair made several crucial serves that put us in the lead.  After great hustle and net play by Makenna Delill, Hattie Blair, Brooke Weller and Kathleen Fipps, we were able to keep a strong lead.  Finally, Brooke Weller stepped up and served 4 straight aces and sealed the game!  The next game started off slow by both teams.  Salado took a small lead at the halfway mark, but the Lady Dawgs weren’t willing to back down.  The girls missed a few serves and were unable to return a few Lady Eagles serves, but finally got the ball back.  At this point, the Lady Dawgs were down 16-17 and Hattie Blair came to the line.   With 10 straight unbelievable serves from Hattie and the amazing teamwork from the Lady Dawgs, we pulled out a fantastic win!  Our front row hitters, Aubrey Losey, Makenna Delill, Hattie Blair, Brooke Weller, Paige Bridgeman and Kathleen Fipps were aggressive at the net.  Peyton Phillips, Lucila Ortiz and Mackenzie Goertz backed their teammates up at the net with great passing and defense and the Lady Dawg setters, Giselle Valdez and McKinley Gonzales gave our hitters awesome sets.  I’m so proud of these young ladies, they finally pulled it all together and played the best they have played all season!  We hope to continue the dominant play when we travel to Liberty Hill next Monday and take on the Lady Panthers for our final game of the season.  Come out and support your Lady Dawgs as they take on Liberty Hill!
 
Burnet                 Salado
25                           18
25                           17
 
District Record: 6-1
 
Submitted by Coach Hurst

8C
10-29-14
 
The 8th grade Lady Dawgs Spirit and Pride teams played their final game last night! The girls played with a lot of heart and fought for every point. The first set started off slow with many missed serves, but Melissa Sprankle got 4 aces to get the Pride team rolling. The Spirit kept it close with great serves from Fatima Rodriguez and Madison Glaspy. Paige Cheesman and Harli Springer made some great sets for team Pride and Brooklin Sutton and Brie Wathen made great back row passes to help out team Spirit. But it was team Pride that would take the lead and keep it with a final score of 25-18.
The second set was even better with some amazing improvement from many girls who stepped up and did some great things! Brie Wathen and Ashley Branson got serves over for the first time in a game! I am so proud of them for accomplishing a goal they had both set! Jennifer Lopez and Sydni Stieler both served well getting many points for their team. Rebekah Hood made some incredible service points for team Spirit, but it was team Pride that would take over and keep a slight lead until the end.
This group of young ladies showed a great deal of improvement from the first week of practice! They all had a fantastic season! Go Lady Dawgs!!!
 
Submitted by Coach Syphrett




 
Cross Country Results
This past Wednesday, October 22nd, the Burnet Middle School Cross Country team competed in the District Meet against Liberty Hill, Llano, Lampasas, and Salado. This was the last race of the season, so the runners were motivated to run their best! The 7th grade girls placed 4th, and Neeradt Leon ran best with a time of 14:54 and a 6th place finish. In the 7th grade boys division, the team placed 2nd, and Logan Cummings placed 4th with a time of 12:57. The 8th grade girls team finished 2nd with Trynadee Greenwell placing 2nd overall with a time of 13:44. Trenton Hughes placed 12th with a time of 13:09 and led the 8th grade boys to a 4th place team finish. Please congratulate these runner on a great season! Way to go, Running Dawgs!
 
7th Grade Girls (41 runners – 4th as team)
Neeradt Leon 14:54 (6th place)
Caitlynne Graves 15:44 (14th place)
Jazlyn Marvin 15:44 (15th place)
Alison Frost 17:29 (29th place)
Sarah Lott 22:47 (41st place)
 
7th Grade Boys (31 runners – 2nd as team)
Logan Cummings 12:57 (4th place)
Bryan Silva 13:42 (5th place)
Eddy Parker 13:46 (7th place)
Jacob Robinett 14:18 (14th place)
Clayton Atkison 14:39 (16th place)
Zarious Skelton 14:46 (18th place)
Cole Shouldis 15:46 (22nd place)
 
8th Grade Girls (49 runners – 2nd as team)
Trynadee Greenwell 13:44 (2nd place)
Emma Lewis 14:15 (10th place)
Kinley Beyer 14:46 (15th place)
Dream Romero 14:48 (16th place)
Fatima Rodriguez 14:49 (17th place)
Kara Ward 15:08 (24th place)
Hattie Blair 17:13 (41st place)
Diane Hurst 17:24 (43rd place)
 
8th Grade Boys (33 runners – 4th as team)
Trenton Hughes 13:09 (12th place)
Ross Giesenschlag 13:40 (15th place)
Eddie Shaw 14:36 (24th place)
Alfredo Lopez 15:11 (29th place)
Jon VanWagenen 15:12 (30th place)

Submitted by Coach Shannon
 
Football Results
8th
On Thursday night the 8th grade Bullpups Football Teams took on the Gatesville Hornets at home.
 
White Team
 
The White team got off to a slow start allowing two first half touchdowns and at halftime found themselves in a 14-0 hole.  Gatesville had a couple long runs to score both TDs, and a few Bullpup offensive drives were stalled by penalties.  At halftime the boys decided that wasn’t how they wanted this game to go and came out very determined on both sides of the ball in the second half.  The offense got going behind the running of QB Zac Esposito, and RBs Wade Nedbalek and Zac Shaw.  Nedbalek squirted through some holes for some big gains and a TD, while Shaw had some bruising runs to delight the crowd and inspire his team.  A second TD by Esposito, and a conversion by Shaw would tie the score at 14.  Robert Nedbalek paced the defense with some big hits and an interception.  In a game that looked gloomy at halftime, the boys rallied, showing great determination and fight.
 
Green Team
 
After watching the White team come from behind and refuse to lose, the green team took the field in what would turn out to be a great battle between two good football teams.  The first half was a back and forth affair with the offense moving the ball and the defense coming up with some big stops.  The Pups got on the scoreboard first with a Silver Hinson 15 yard TD run.  Ryan Jackson conversion attempt was stopped short and the lead was 6-0.  The defense made it tough on the Hornet offense all night, but on a 4th down and 6, they were able to break a few tackles and get down the sideline for a long run.  Halftime saw the Pups down 8-6.  The second half was similar to the first with a lot of big defensive plays form both teams causing them to trade punts on the first few drives.  At the end of the 3rd quarter we faced a 4th and 15, and Ryan Jackson avoided tackles for a 17 yard gain to keep the drive alive.  After a couple tough Jordan Foster and Silver Hinson runs, Brynner Shackelford found the endzone to give the Bullpups a 12-8 lead.  The fourth quarter would test us defensively, and the boys passed with flying colors as we stopped the Hornets twice on fourth down.  A couple tough tackles by the linebacking corp of Zach Ferguson, Andre Meredith, Clayton McLaughlin, and Joseph Corona, kept the Hornet running game to a minimum, while key pass break ups by Shackelford and Jess Luther allowed the Bullpups to kneel out the clock for a second straight come from behind win.
 
 
The 7th and 8th graders hit the road again next Thursday as we are back in Waco to take on the LaVega Pirates.

Submitted by Coach Rye

7th
Bulldog White Team
In the first game of the evening the Burnet White team played the best game of the year against the Gatesville Hornets with the final score at 38 – 0.
Offense:
The Bulldog offense played great and scored often, as the Hornets had no answer for the Dogs.  The dogs scored twice in the first half and three times in the second half totaling over 200 yards of offense. Highlights of the evening were as follows.
  • Cameron Lawson 65 yard run for a TD and 2pt conversion by Griffen Parker
  • Andrue Gonzalez 63 yard TD reception and 2pt conversion reception by Connor McBurnett, both passes from Trey Grant.
  • Kaleb Alexander 46 yard TD run and 2pt conversion reception by Eddie Gramlich from Trey Grant.
  • Trey Grant had two running TD of 6 yards and 31 yards.
  • Hayden Tucker had some nice runs totaling 23 yards and a 2pt conversion.
Defense:
The Dogs defense played tough and physical and came away with a shutout on the evening. Highlights of the night defensively were as follows.
  • Caleb Chambers played very well from his nose guard position disrupting the Hornets ground game.
  • Kaleb Alexander contained the running game from his outside linebacker position.
  • Logan Stembridge came away with an interception on the night.
  • 3 fumble recoveries on the night by John Yeater, Sam Grant, and Trey Grant.
Bulldog Green Team
The Bulldog Green team won 16 – 12 in an exciting game. This win was a great team effort and the best game of the year for this group of young men.
Offense:
The offense scored twice on the night as the Dogs moved the ball with a good passing game and some runs sprinkled in.  Highlights include.
  • Hunter King threw the ball well and had 1 TD pass on the evening.
  • Isaac Sanchez had a good night with several good runs – one for a TD of 10 yards and a reception for a TD of 30 yards, plus a 2pt conversion.
  • Blaine Burkhalter had a good evening with several receptions totaling 60 yards and a 2pt conversion catch.
  • Tyler Davis had a total of 55 yards on 3 receptions.
Defense:
The Dogs defense made the Hornets work hard for their scores on the evening.  Highlights of the defense include…
  • Tyler Davis had some good tackles and a fumble recovery.
  • Hunter Hale, Kaden Stubblefield, and Rob Grant all recovered a fumble on the night.
  • Freddy Park had a good night with some big hits on the Hornets running backs.
***Next week’s game for both the 7th and 8th are away against Waco La Vega Pirates.  The 7th White game will start at 4:30 followed by the 7th Green team at 5:15.  

Submitted by Coach Keele

 
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