Monday, January 30, 2023

Attention anyone interested in men’s volleyball, there will be an open gym tonight and on Wednesday in the gym from 7:30-9:30 Contact Coach Mac if you have any questions. See you there!

There will be a YES Club meeting today, January 30th in room D-4, until 3:30. If you are interested in joining Teacher Academy, this is a perfect club for you.

AAC will be open today from 230 to 330 in the following rooms; math in b13, science in b15, social studies in k2, esl support in k1, spanish in a18, and study hall in c16.

Penny Wars start at lunch today as part of Winterfest. You can drop your pennies in your class jug in the Athletic Office. Pennies are positive however any silver you drop in another class jugs counts as negative points for that class. The team with the most points after lunch on Thursday will win. The winning class will keep all of the money in all 4 jugs for their class account.

Today is Character Day. Tomorrow is Country vs. Country Club Day.

Get creative and participate in your Winterfest!

Sword and Board will meet Wednesday this week from 230-330 in room C16. All tabletop gamers and games are invited.

AV club members who are working on the senior video, there will be a meeting in K-6 on Wednesday, February 1st right after school. We will also be meeting every Wednesday during February.

It’s time for CTE/EFA/EMC applications! If you’re interested in applying for a program, please contact your counselor or look in the counseling google classroom for instructions.

Attention Seniors! The Kalamazoo Community Foundation scholarship is now open! You can fill out one application and be eligible for over 65 scholarships. More information can be found in the counseling google classroom, or by emailing your counselor.

Attention All Travelers to Spain and Portugal: There will be a mandatory meeting to discuss important information about our upcoming trip to sunny Spain and exotic Portugal on Wednesday, February 1st in C-15, Mrs. Lewis’s room at 7:00 P.M. Please park in the back lot and come to the door by Mrs. Lewis’s room. You must have your LNHS ID to present at the outside door to gain entrance. This meeting is for those signed up to travel as well as parents/guardians

This Saturday your Loy Norrix bowlers took on Otsego. The boys traded wins in the baker games, winning the first, but coming up a couple of pins short for the 2nd. We did win the series so no harm done. Then came the regular games and this is when we went to work. Led again by Hunter Conolly, 246 and Anthony Fotis, 220 we coasted easily to another Knights victory.

The girls had some trouble with the ladies of Otsego, Losing both baker games. They quickly rallied back and won the 1st regular game. Leading the charge was Zoe Wazny with games of 148 and 159. Due to an injury, one of our girls had to drop out. Being short handed put the 2nd game just out of reach. Although we fought hard we came up just a little short. Next week we are in Three Rivers to take on Vicksburg. This may be the hardest test yet for our undefeated boys.

Congratulations to our Hockey team with two good results over the weekend.

The team tied Essexville Garber 2-2 on Friday but won the rematch on Saturday 3-2 to hit the victory column.

Their next game is Wednesday vs. Jackson Lumen Christi.

Congratulations to the Women’s Varsity Basketball as they moved to 8-5 on the season with their 28-19 win over Gull Lake. That is the first win over Gull Lake in nearly a decade.

The Women’s teams will host Kalamazoo Christian on Wednesday.

Don’t hear your team’s results? Please make sure your coach submits an email for announcements or reports the result.

The Ski Teams finally compete today and Wednesday at 4:30 at Timber Ridge.

Tickets for tonight’s Men’s Basketball at Kalamazoo Central are available at

Search under Kalamazoo Central since it is their home game. Freshman 4:15/JV 5:45/Varsity 7:00

Congratulations to Ana Dunfee, Wendy Miedema, and James Rocco for being three finalists in the highly competitive MHSAA Scholar Athlete Award. There were over 1500 applications. They didn’t finish in the top 6 but they made it through the first 2 rounds of judging to make the finals. By doing so, they doubled the amount of finalists we have had in the last 20 years. They helped make Loy Norrix finish with the second highest number of finalists for the year in the state. Congratulations to Ana, Wendy, and James!