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Lucky 7 — MMS 7th Grade Success

The future looks good! In many ways, Midway Middle School serves as a training and recruiting ground for much of the success that occurs annually at the high school level of competition. MMS’ successful programs have had a phenomenal year already, and the spring is just getting started. Award-winning programs and students in fine arts, athletics and academics indicate a bright outlook for Panthers for years to come.

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The MMS seventh grade basketball team won the College Station Middle School Tournament in January. L to R: Traverious Hodges, Xavier Abalos, Bryan Ash, Parker Nall, Major Gonzales, Caden Quinn, Cashion Lewis, Zachary Smith, John Davis, Levi Whiddon, Will Rigney and Coach Bruce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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James Fullbright III competed amongst the top 35 seventh grade football players in the nation at the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl in January. 

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Seventh grader Haeun Moon competed as the Texas state winner and a Division Finalist in the MTNA Junior String Competition held in Louisiana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to those pictured, congratulations to outstanding seventh and eighth graders in the midst of ongoing competitions:

  • Isaiah Alvarado (7) and Maddi Charping (8) competing at the State PTA Reflections Contest in Visual Arts
  • Morgan Warren (8) competing at the State PTA Reflections Contest in Dance Choreography & Photography
  • 63 MMS choral students named to the Region Honor Choir
  • The 7th and 8th graders competing at the Regional Science Fair
Category Place Name
Health 1st Leanna Herrera
  2nd Stephen Zheng & Mark Huynh
Computer Science 1 Victoria Logan
  2 Luke Day
  3 Alexa De La Garza
Social Sciences 1 Benjamin Ikeda
  2 Christiana Kaul
Chemistry 1 Sherina Ren
  2 Colleen Goggin
Microbiology 1 Sheridan Spivey
  2 Rahya Gupta
Environmental Science 1 Emmalie Albers
  2 Brooks Barnett
  3 Jessica Sain
Plant Sciences 1 Ariana Flores
  2 Shannon Sepanski
Physics 1 Steven Acevedo
Engineering Materials 1 Ian Overpeck
  2 William Brown