The Raytown Main Street Association is sponsoring a "Win the Window Display Contest".
Contestants must fill in a minimum of 15 items on display in the window. Each item displayed in gthe window will have the name of the business and location where you will be able to find the exact item with the price.
Potential entrants can view the Awesome Window Detail located at 9615 East 63rd Street. The contest runs from November 1, 2009 through November 30, 2009. The winner of the contest will be drawn at the Pocket Park during the Raytown Lighting Ceremony on Friday, December 4, 2009 which begins at 6:15 p.m. The winner must be present at the lighting ceremony to claim the prize.
For more information visit the Raytown Main Street Association website at: http://www.raytownmainstreet.org/ click on the "News" button and then on the "Raytown Events" drop down to view all the rules of the contest. Or, you can call 356-3208 for more information.
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS . . . O'Hara, Raytown South win District Championships O'Hara 42 / St. Pius 3 by Brother Richard Geimer Raphael Spencer, T. J. White, and Aaron Stubblefield each scored two touchdowns in the O’Hara Celtics 42-3 victory over the Saint Pius X Warriors on October 30th. The two teams were undefeated in the District showdown which was played at the Paul Monteil Field at O’Hara High School. To provide an exciting start, Raphael Spencer took the opening kickoff on his 8 yard line and returned the ball all the way for the TD. Chuck Preston crashed in for the two-point conversion. Spencer scored his second touchdown on a 29 yard run just before halftime, and this TD was followed by another two-pointer on a pass play to Louis Golden. T. J. White had two touchdown runs for his scores, a 33 yarder at the very tail end of the first quarter, and an impressive 50 yard run up the middle right after halftime. On White’s second touchdown, Raphael Spencer caught a pass for a two-point conversion. Aaron Stubblefield caught two touchdown passes, one in the second quarter for 10 yards and the other in the third quarter covering 37 yards. The Warriors’ only scoring was a 35 yard field goal by Michael Kaufman early in the game when the Celtics were up 8-0. The entire fourth quarter was played with a running clock when neither team added points to the total. The win for O’Hara made them the hosts of the first round of post season games on Wednesday, November 4th against Chillicothe. In their ten regular season games, the Celtics scored three or more TD’s in each game played. Only once were they held to less than 32 points, and in five of their games they scored more than 40 points. The Celtics were runners-up to Smith-Cotton in the West Central Conference, losing that game by eight points 28-20. However, they scored more points against the Sedalia team than the combined total scored by the other four teams of the Conference. By scoring 392 points in their ten games and giving up 155, they average 39.2 points to their opponents’ 15.5 points. As for O’Hara High School records, Raphael Spencer moved to 10th place in individual rushing yards for a season with a total of 915. Lamar Dawn ’93 holds the 9th place spot with 1,035 yards. Aaron Stubblefield advanced to 9th place in catches for a single season with 23, and only four players ahead of him have more total yardage. Stubblefield is in 5th place among the top ten receivers for a career with 41 receptions needing only three more to move into 3rd place. Already he is in second place for total reception yardage with 1,056 yards. Joe Pepple reached 1,259 yards last year to take the top position.
For more information on O'Hara sports visit http://brrichard.blogspot.com/?2072Nav=&NodeID=191 Raytown South 56 / Raytown 7 With a convincing win on Saturday over cross town rival Raytown the Raytown South Cardinals return to the state playoffs for the third consecutive year. The first round of the playoffs will have a rematch between Raytown South and Lee's Summit West. The Cardinals will have the home field advantage this time so lets pack the stands at Chitwood for iHigh Night. Come out and support Cardinals Football. For more information on the Raytown South Cardinals visit their website at http://school12220.ihigh.com/ O'Hara District Champions in Volleyball O'Hara topped Pembroke Hill in two games for the 3-A District 14 Championship played at Center High School. The scores were 25-12 and 25-4. They go on to meet Holden who were victorious over Pleasant The Archbishop O'Hara High School Celtics volleyball team will join Villa Duchesne, Logan-Rogersville, and Cape Girardeau-Notre Dame for the November 6th State semifinals to defend their State Championship of last year. The Celtics had an easy first round against Holden winning 25-10 and 25-16. In the quarterfinals, they encountered a determined Saint Pius X team who took the first game with a close 25-23 score. The Celtics stepped up on the next two games winning both by 25-12 scores. Both Logan-Rogersville and Cape Girardeau-Notre Dame had tough quarterfinal games to make the final four. Logan-Rogersville made it with scores of 21-25, 28-26, and finally 25-23 playing Republic High. Cape Girardeau-Notre Dame was 25-19, 17-25, and 25-23 with Rosati-Kain as their opponent. Villa Duchesne had the easiest route with 25-19 and 25-20 scores eliminating Francis Borgia.
Huber and Wyatt to Play in MO/KAN All Star Volleyball Game
Selected among the top twelve seniors in volleyball from Missouri, O'Hara's Katie Huber and Jordyn Wyatt were selected to play in the November 15th MO/KAN All-Star Game at 5:30 at Avila College. Both were named to their All-District First Team. Also: From O'Hara, four players were named to the First Team All-Region. They were Katie Huber, Lindsey Hanaway, Michala Boehm, and Tori Hurtt. This makes them eligible for All-State honors.