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In the News 2017-2018

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Summer-December 2017

 

Bulldog of the Month for September 2017: Mary Malouf '18
If you asked anyone in the senior class about Mary, the first thing they’d say is that she’s always smiling. Mary is one of those people who is a friend to all and makes everyone feel important with her big smile and laugh. She is always positive no matter what. Mary is motivated academically and challenges herself every year with many Honors and AP classes. Finally, Mary is an amazing friend to all! She is always there to lean on and willing to lend a listening ear. Student Council is proud to announce Mary Malouf as September's Bulldog of the Month!


Girls Cross Country won the Region Championship! Team was led by Madi Tartaro who took 2nd place overall, Allison Ryan took 3rd place overall, with Maddie Bossarte taking 7th place, Bella Jones taking 9th place and Cheryl Winters taking 11th place. Abby Storms and Abigayle Kendell also had strong finishes to help the victory.

Girls Cross Country JV team ran to a first place victory placing all five girls in the top six runners at the Region meet. Sierra Bieling was 2nd, followed by Kaya Headman in 3rd place, Emily Malouf came in 4th, Naomi Tebben in 5th, and Sofia Perez-Cotapos in 6th. 

Boys Cross Country took 3rd place and earned a trip to the State Championships. Jonathan Barnhart and Zach Shubella led the way for the Bulldogs. They were followed by Sean Parent, Max Brown, Porter Hill, Tony Robinson, and Christopher Clyne.

Boys Cross Country JV Team took 3rd place at the Region meet and were led by Christian Vasquez who came in 6th place, Zach Petrogeorge in 11th, and Oscar Young in 13th.


Girls Soccer win their first round State Tournament game with a 6-0 win against Richfield. Judge scored 5 times in 11 minutes! Sophie Ewing and Killian Lamana each had two goals with Makayla Murchison and Jillian Nelson each contributing a goal. Goalie, Kate Bellew got the shutout in goal behind great defense from Madi Gatzambide, Bailey Walker, Beth Leo, Lauren Larsen and Bella Coronado.


Judge Memorial Girls Tennis 2017 UHSAA 3A State Champions! Read more about the well-deserved Bulldog win in Deseret New article: "Bulldogs' doubles shine in state tournament victory" By Joseph Coles


Boys Golf
qualified for the second day of the State Tournament for the first time in eight years! They finished in Fifth Place beating Richfield by one stroke! Simon Chamness '18 and Graham Hodell '20 both posted 81s to set the pace for Judge.

Congratulations to the following seniors, honored by the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program:
Eric Hall, semifinalist
Alexander Junkins, commended student
Logan Seat, commended student

Chris Athens '19 participated in an volunteer internship opportunity at the University of Hawaii's Institute of Marine Biology over the summer. He was sponsored by Dr Ruth Gates the director of HIMB, while working with her Coral Spawning project. It was an amazing opportunity working with students and researchers from all over the world.

Sophie Campbell '19 receives Award of Excellence from National Academy of Future Physicians and Scientist

Eric Hall '19 qualified as a Semifinalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program and will advance to Finalist standing. He is one of approximately 16,000 students selected from 1.6 million high school applicants who enter the National Merit Program by taking the PSAT/NMSQT qualifying test. Finalists will be announced in February.

Kaya Heideman '20 took first place in the 100-meter dash, 200-meter dash and the 4x100-meter relay

Alexander Junkins '18 was recognized as Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Studetns, account of r more than two-thirds (about 34,000) of the approximately 50,000 high scorers on the PSAT/NMSQT. 

Thomas Kearns '18 was selected to the USA Water Polo Academic All-American Roster. A USA Water Polo Academic All-American is a student-athlete who has earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.60 or higher and is a current USA Water Polo gold athlete member.

Logan Seat '18 was recognized as Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Studetns, account of r more than two-thirds (about 34,000) of the approximately 50,000 high scorers on the PSAT/NMSQT. 

Senior Kayla Kaleel was named Head Cheerleader, and juniors Lauren Mitchell and Savannah Nord were named Cheer Co-Captains for 2017-2018.

Judge Cheer and Dance host children from around the Salt Lake Valley for the annual "Bulldog Boogie" that performed during halftime at Judge football game. They conducted several clinics to rehearse for the main event!

Zachary Shubella '19, William Riley '18, Anthony Robinson '18
and Cheryl Winters '18 were named 2017-2018 Cross Country Team Captains.

Judge Counseling hold series of suicide prevention awareness activities during the month of September and October based on the theme of "Stay Gold". 

Judge Dance welcomed Fara Tolno from Kissidugu Foundation, Rosie Banchero '88 of Wofa Afro-fusion Dance, and drummer David Hermann, who taught students the Soko rhythm of Guiean African dance.

Seniors Parker Edgington, Kaden Millburn, Casey Randazzo and Zach Thomas have been named captains for the 2017 Football team

Judge Football player Noah Taylor '19 was ranked #1 nationally for interceptions according to MaxPreps stats

Judge Football was featured in several recent articles in both the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune:
"High school football: Judge Memorial Bulldogs 2017 preview"
"High school football:  Numerous questions [sic] marks for revamped 3A North region"
"Prep football: Judge Memorial Bulldogs preview"

Seniors Nathan Callahan and Carter Holyoke are the 2017-2018 Boys' Golf captains 

Thomas Silas '18 named UHSAA 3A Academic All-State for Golf

Congratulations to the 2017 Homecoming Royalty:
Seniors King and Queen: Parker Edgington and Sophia Cordova
Juniors Prince and Princess: Mack Tarver Jr. and Yulisa Padilla

Judge Interact
club is conducting a plastic bag drive to support the Weigand Homeless Resource Center for therapeutic plarning. Plarning is a form of knitting with plastic bags. It is used for therapeutic purposes for the homeless. The knitted items will then be used as water resistant sleeping mats or water resistant carry bags.

Braeden Daly announced as new Head Coach for Judge Memorial Boys' Lacrosse team

Seniors Ellie McCoy, Emily Rougelot, and Juliana Valentine are the 2017-2018 Girls Tennis Team Captains 

Judge Robotics JudgeMent Call was interviewed on KRCL 90.9 FM's Radioactive program "Meet Your Maker" . Read more about it here

Judge Robotics JudgeMent Call
participated in the Craft Lake City: DIY Fair Aug. 11-14

Seniors Cicely Foley, Beth Leo, Bailey Walker and junior Lauren Larson are the 2017 Girls Soccer Captains 

Student Council
members, along with Principal Patrick Lambert and Advancement Director Susan Lollini, participated in the Utah State University Leadership Conference in Logan.

Student Council members treat members of the Salt Lake Police Department to breakfast at the Park Cafe

Student Council visited the Catholic Community Services to present a donation check for $1,008. During Spirit Week 2017, the entire student body participated in a fundraiser which allowed them to dress in a daily themed-dress during the week with a donation to CCS. The Student Body Officers presented CCS Development Director, Jose Lazaro with the donation.

Girls Tennis doubles team, Veronica Start '18 and Ellie McCoy '18 take first place in the UHSAA 3A Championship

Seniors Peyton Pierce and Olivia Sauer are the 2017 Girls Volleyball Captains

Girls Volleyball raised approximately $1225 at a home game for two schools in Houston impacted by Hurricane Harvey 

Basilean 2018 Yearbook editors, Peyton Pierce, Emily Rougelot and Beth Leo won Grand Prize for "Best Project" at a Snowbird yearbook summer camp that they attended.

Student Council Representatives for 2017-2018
Congratulations to the following students who have been elected to these leadership positions for the 2017-2018 school year:


Student Body Officers
Sophia Cordova, President
Ryan McCoy, Vice President
Cecelia Riffo-Drecksel, Secretary
Casey Randazzo, Activities Chair

Senior Core
Koi Nagata-Brown, Class President
Isa Dodson
Janessa Jimoh
Hannah Qi

Junior Core
Lauren Larson, Class President
Sante DiSera
Ari Eloggeaga
Jacob Frausta
Emma Graham
Lindsey Morton
Carlos Padilla
Johnny Walz

Sophomore Core
Thomas Young, Class President
Zak Baumann
Simon Briesacher
Ellie Han
Maggie Harmston
Sam Huntsman

Freshman Core
Sam Butcher, Class President
Grace Carter
Gus Daskalakis
Gillian Mozdy