By Kyle Quick
Montgomery City, Mo. - Friday night the Lady Shamrocks upended the Clopton Lady Hawks 47-35 in the Montgomery County Tournament, winning consolation for the fourth straight year.
Led by Rachel Steinhoff’s season high 18 points and 10-12 shooting from the line, New Haven stepped up the intensity on defense in the second half, holding Clopton to just 14 points.
NOTE: Girls Championship Game will begin around 9:30 p.m
New Haven defeats Clopton 47-35 to win Consolation for the fourth straight year.
Lady Bearcats win third straight Montgomery County Championship 62-43 over Fulton.
Photo by Kyle Quick
Christmas is quickly approaching and that means Santa will be at the Walt Theatre on Saturday, December 14, 2013.
The doors open at 12:30 p.m. for the cartoon film showing at 1:00 p.m.
After the film, Santa will stop in for a visit to greet each child and hand out a gift bag of goodies.
One of the intensive care patient rooms in the new critical care unit at Mercy Hospital Washington.
Washington, Mo. – Patients and their loved ones are benefiting from the newly expanded and renovated critical care unit at Mercy Hospital Washington.
“The new space allows us to keep more people close to home for their care,” said Dr. William Galli, medical director. “We have space for advanced medical equipment and expanding services. We can do more bedside procedures. And we’re providing more critical care specialists and specialties.”
Construction that began in February to alter the third floor is now complete. The new third floor features 13 Intensive Care Unit (ICU) patient rooms, six Transitional Care Unit (TCU) patient rooms and additional areas for staff and supplies. The combined space is known as the critical care unit. The patient rooms are spacious, modern and private.
New Haven, Mo. - New Haven High School Athletic Director Ray Steinhoff just released the following statement regarding the New Haven JV Boys Tournament.
The New Haven JV Boys Basketball Tournament games for both tonight (Friday) and Saturday have been cancelled due to the weather that the schools to the south are getting. No dates have been set / determined yet for rescheduling.
Governor urges Missourians to prepare for potentially hazardous conditions, avoid unnecessary travel, and watch for downed power lines in areas that may be affected by ice.
Jefferson City, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today activated the State Emergency Operations Center for 24-hour a day operations in response to a winter storm system that threatens to bring freezing rain, sleet, snow and ice to much of Missouri. The Governor and state emergency officials have been tracking the weather system’s approach this week and continue to be in close contact with the National Weather Service and local emergency management agencies to monitor conditions.
Seth Schenck makes just one of New Haven’s two field goals in the third quarter.
Montgomery City, Mo. - Tuesday night was the first time in three years New Haven has lost the opening game of the Montgomery County Tournament as Bowling Green held off the Shamrocks after nearly blowing 19 point fourth quarter lead.
Bowling Green’s 6’4’’ sophomore Josh Early gave New Haven troubles, scoring 13 of his game 16 points in the first three quarters.
Kyle Ruediger and Ross Seitter led the Shamrocks with 15 and 13 points, each scoring seven of their points in the fourth quarter.
By Kyle Quick
--Today, most people have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas and are more concerned about buying materialistic items for themselves.
However, one family of four children, Brayden, Landen, Eleni, and Addi, have just one thing they want for Christmas; and the story behind their Christmas wish is remarkable.
Pictured left to right are Board of Directors Sarah Bloch, Mark Zobrist, Larry Scheer, Administrator Dottie Pataky, ADN, RN, Board of Directors Warren Bauche, Gary Kuhn, and President David Engelbrecht.
New Haven, Mo. - Monday morning, construction began on a 20-foot addition to the New Haven Care Center’s dining room, which will allow space for expansion of the kitchen area as well.
The New Haven Care Center is quite unique compared to other nursing home facilities in that it is owned by the community and is a not-for-profit organization that has been serving the New Haven and surrounding communities for the past 30 years.
New Haven, Mo. - The October Student of the Month is Senior Seth Schenck. Seth is the son of Mike and Amy Schenck. He is active in cross country, basketball, track, FCA, FBLA, and NHS.
His nominating teacher said, “Seth has always excelled academically and athletically, but as a senior, he has emerged as a strong leader in our school. In the classroom Seth strives to always do his very best and is always willing to help other students.