Volleyball didn't turn out as good as I had hoped. We played for the state championship, but got beat in 5 games. The girls played as well as they could, but it just wasn't to be. McKenzie was named to the all-state team. She actually had a great state tournament. Against one team, she almost broke the school record for aces, she had 12. The record is 13. Brady went and watched the games.
Kennan's football team lost their last game against Lyman. It was their only lost of the year. Kennan had been injured for most of the season, so he didn't play a lot. He played end on offense. During one "B" game, he played quarterback. He had fun and is looking forward to next year. He is now in basketball. They have had two games. He plays part of the 7th grade and part of the 8th grade. He had his first home game last Thursday. They won. He had one play that was quite interesting. He drove to the basket, faked to his right, dribbled behind his back and then went in for a lay-up. He plays point guard and is having a lot of fun.
McKenzie finished off strong in volleyball as I mentioned. All of our pictures are at school, so I don't have anything new to post. She is now in the school play. It will be this coming week-end. For you out of towners, if you go to www.cokeville.com, click on CHS Broadcast, then launch the broadcast, you will get to see Channel 39 on the web. We will bring the play on Saturday night at 7:00 so you can watch. It might be difficult to distinguish who is who because of the low streaming, but it is better than nothing. Also tomorrow, McKenzie will be starting basketball. The year is going by quickly.
Brady is still going to school at Western Wyoming. He has made a lot of "friends" if you know what I mean. His flag football team got beat by one point for the championship in the last 4 seconds. He comes home every once in a while. He is serving in the Elder's quorum presidency as second counselor.
Ellen is a sub for the kitchen every once in a while. She says it is better than staying home by herself. She has been called to the stake Young Women's as first counselor, so that will keep her busy. She is glad to be out of the Primary, because she really loves being with the Young Women.
As for me, I'm still hanging around doing a lot of nothing now that volleyball is over. I still have to organize the Wyoming All-Stars and things like that as part of my being on the Wyoming Coaches Board. School is going by fast and I'm still trying to catch up on things. I am looking forward to the holidays. I love the Christmas season and the break that goes with it.