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Athletic Report   Dunlap High
Dunlap High FallParticipation                Highlights                             •   14 First Team Mid- Illini All- Con...
Dunlap High WinterParticipation               Highlights                            •   One Mid-Illini First Team All-    ...
Dunlap High SpringParticipation            Highlights                         • Twenty Two First Team AllBaseball        4...
Looking Ahead…• Completion and use of soccer complex                                  complex.• Use of facilities by outsi...
Dunlap Middle FallParticipationSoftball Varsity          15Softball Junior Varsity   No Team   HighlightsBaseball Varsity ...
Dunlap Middle WinterParticipationBoys’ Basketball       48     HighlightsGirls’ Volleyball      47                        ...
Dunlap Middle                 Highlights   Spring                     • Scholastic Bowl finish 2nd at StateParticipationGi...
Dunlap Valley FallParticipationSoftball Varsity          11Softball Junior Varsity   11                                   ...
Dunlap Valley WinterParticipationBoysBoys’ Basketball      44      HighlightsGirls’ Volleyball     46                     ...
Dunlap Valley                 Highlights   Spring   S i                        • Samantha Bluth, IESA Scholar Attitude    ...
Dunlap Valley Middle School            2011-2012 Division F        Sportsmanship Award Winner           DVMS was selected ...
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  1. 1. Athletic Report Dunlap High
  2. 2. Dunlap High FallParticipation Highlights • 14 First Team Mid- Illini All- Conference AthletesFootball 112 • 14 Second Team Mid-Illini All- Conference Athl t C f AthletesCross Country 39 • Nick Mangieri and Derrick Smith – All-Boys Golf 17 State Academic Team in Football • Leah Brooks(CC) and Jake SchneiderBoys Soccer 40 and Lexi Hammerton(Golf) wereGirls Golf 7 individual conference champions • Girls Swimming was Mid-IlliniGirls Tennis 23 Invitational Champions and won the first sectional title in school history. 8 yGirls SwimmingGi l S i i 24 girls advanced to state competitionVolleyball 40 • Boys and Girls Cross Country advanced to the State level as teams • Football Qualified for the state 5A playoffs with a record of 6 3 l ff i h d f 6-3
  3. 3. Dunlap High WinterParticipation Highlights • One Mid-Illini First Team All- Conference PlayerBoys Basketball 37 • One Second Team All-ConferenceGirls basketball 27 PlayerBoys Swimming 32 • Boys Swimming Won the Mid-Illini Invitational and Finished 3rd atCheerleading 23 Sectional, undefeated in the regular , g seasonDance Team 13 • Girls basketball finished 3rd in varsity conference • Freshman boys basketball finished 2nd in conference , sophomores 3rd • Dance Team Advance to the State Finals
  4. 4. Dunlap High SpringParticipation Highlights • Twenty Two First Team AllBaseball 44 Conference Selections • Eleven Second Team AllAll-Softball 30 Conference SelectionsGirls Soccer 38 • Girls Soccer Won the RegionalBoys Tennis 41 • Twelve State Meet QualifiersBoys Track 43 in Boys and Girls TrackGirls Track 44 • Leah Brooks, girls 4 x 400 relay and boys 4 x 800 relay earned all-state honors • DHS hosted boys sectional tennis, B&G conference track and sectional boys track
  5. 5. Looking Ahead…• Completion and use of soccer complex complex.• Use of facilities by outside groups.• C i Continued i d improvement of existing f ili i f i i facilities such as locker rooms and pool at DHS, CC course at V ll resurface of track at DHS Valley, f f k• Coordination of district athletics.• Use of Evaluation/Feedback process.
  6. 6. Dunlap Middle FallParticipationSoftball Varsity 15Softball Junior Varsity No Team HighlightsBaseball Varsity 12 • Girls’ Cross Country 2ndBaseball Junior Varsity 9 Place at Sectionals andCross Country Girls 37 qualified for StateCross Country Boys 26Girls Basketball 32 • Boys’ Cross CountryGolf No Team Advanced 2 boys to state meet • 8th Grade Girls Basketball was IESA Regional Runner-ups Class 3A
  7. 7. Dunlap Middle WinterParticipationBoys’ Basketball 48 HighlightsGirls’ Volleyball 47 • 7th Grade VolleyballScholastic Bowl 17 Team were IESACheer 12 Regional Runner-Ups (3A) • 8th Grade Volleyball Team were IESA Regional Runner-Ups (3A)
  8. 8. Dunlap Middle Highlights Spring • Scholastic Bowl finish 2nd at StateParticipationGirls’ Track and Field 57Boys’ Track and Field 46Scholastic Bowl 20
  9. 9. Dunlap Valley FallParticipationSoftball Varsity 11Softball Junior Varsity 11 HighlightsBaseball Varsity 12 • Ethan Uken 2nd State GolfBaseball Junior Varsity 10 • Trevor Hickey 6th State GolfCross Country Girls 41 • Girls’ Cross Country 3rd Girls Place StateCross Country Boys 30 • Boys’ Cross Country 22ndGirls Basketball 37 Place StateGolf 4 • All State Runners Aliya Tuttle 22nd Cathryn Palmer 25th • 6th Girls Basketball- Undefeated Season
  10. 10. Dunlap Valley WinterParticipationBoysBoys’ Basketball 44 HighlightsGirls’ Volleyball 46 • 8th Grade Boys’Scholastic Bowl 17 Basketball Regional gCheer 9 Champions • Girls’ Volleyball moved y from 3A to 4A • Cheer 6th in State, small team cheer
  11. 11. Dunlap Valley Highlights Spring S i • Samantha Bluth, IESA Scholar Attitude Award Winner for our division. • 8th Boys’ Track 1st at St. Phil’s Boys Track, St Phil s InvitationalParticipationGirls’ Track and Field 81 • Boys’ New 4x400m relay record set atBoys’ Track and Field 46 Sectionals: 3:59.57 • State Qualifiers: – Steven Holmes, Elijah Cleary, Lance Holmes Cleary Heffner, Leon Wang, and Benton Roesler – Jessica Beyer, Jena Brooks, Taylor Jockisch, Megan Burton Tessa Seibel Grace Park Burton, Seibel, Park, Jada Kirby, Alex Schaub, Abby Olcott, Allie Cross, Maddie Webb and Emma Rohn • 7th and 8th Girls’ Track, 2nd Sectionals Track
  12. 12. Dunlap Valley Middle School 2011-2012 Division F Sportsmanship Award Winner DVMS was selected by our peer schools as the recipient of the Division Sportsmanship Award.Schools rank their peers based on the following criteria, a school must be involved in at least 50% of IESA activities, no ejections for the entire school in any activity (players, coaches, and fans), and the school and community must exemplify all around good behavior indicative of good citizens and good sports. Only 15 schools in the state receive this honor which recognizes the outstanding behavior of an IESA member school. This is the second win for DVMS DVMS. The first was 2009-2010.
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