The Bravettes defeated Lynnville-Sully in 3 games in the second round of regionals. This means that they’ll get to move on to the semifinals of the regional tournament. In the first match, Montezuma got an early lead. At the halfway point it seemed that Lynnville-Sully would come back but it was Montezuma that won the first battle. 25-20 In the second, well, it was less of a battle. Thankfully for the Bravettes. 25-12 In the third, the score remained close but again the Brave
The varsity Braves battled for hours solid against New London. In the end, it was 94-68. A season‘s end for Montezuma football. In the first quarter, New London was agressive. But a huge second quarter brought the score within eight points proving that the Braves were still in the fight. Halftime included flag football and the best band in the land. After the half, Montezuma continued to work through until the last ticks of the clock with New London eventually pulling away in
Junior, Elise Boulton is now a 3-time state qualifier after she crossed the line in a time of 21:00 at the District meet in Marshalltown. She finished placing 9th in a field of 136 individuals. As a team, the Bravettes placed 7th out of 18 [full] teams and 28 schools in attendance. Four from Montezuma placed in the top 50. On the boys side, two were in the top 50. Congratulations on a strong finish to the 2019 season and, for some, their high school cross country career! Than
The Montezuma cross country team sure ran like the wind...literally at the conference meet. “Literally”, being due to the tough wind that chilled the runners and spectators throughout the course. That didn’t stop them from some strong performances across the board. Let’s not beat around the bush. The Bravettes brought home a team championship! This is the first in over three decades. They made history again! This is also the first ever girls team championship since the race d
A big upset under the lights this week! Montezuma defeated, “best in the district”, HLV in a score of 56-44. The temperature was certainly low, but the Braves brought the energy up in their battle out on the field. The first half was back and forth with the score, but with no time left sophomore, Eddie Burgess got the ball to junior, Cole Watts to get the lead going into halftime. Halftime’s focus was about warming up a little, raising awareness and fundraising for Breast Can
Put it in the record books...again. Junior, Elise Boulton broke her own school record again at Winfield-Mt. Union. She was the runner up in the girls varsity race flying through the finish in 20:28. Across the board, there were personal bests - season bests AND career bests. Ten of the fourteen high school runners had career bests. Three had season bests. One ran their first 5K ever! As a team, the Bravettes placed second out of seven teams in a small margin to, 2A team, Danv
Tuesday’s volleyball matchup between Montezuma and Lynnville-Sully was an exciting night for the Bravettes. They won in 4 nail-bitingly-close games AND a new school record was set by senior, Wavy Roorda! Roorda broke the record for most career assists. The team helped her to celebrate her 1000 set assists. Congrats Wavy! Scores 25-22 17-25 25-22 25-17 JV also won against L-S Next, the Bravettes will travel to Iowa Valley on Thursday, October 3rd.