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Fulton girls lacrosse splits games

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton girls varsity lacrosse team recently lost to Jamesville-DeWitt but rebounded with a win against Oswego.

Jamesville-DeWitt got it done during the second half to come away with a win over Fulton April 18.

The Lady Raiders had better luck against Oswego April 20. This time around, Fulton was more efficient during the second half as it escaped with a hard fought win.

The Lady Raiders’ first half effort against Jamesville-DeWitt was as competitive as they come. Fulton outscored Jamesville-DeWitt by just a goal as it took a 7-6 lead into halftime. Unfortunately for the Lady Raiders, Jamesville-DeWitt took over during the second half. While holding Fulton to only three goals, Jamesville-Dewitt stormed ahead to come away with the 14-10 win.

The Lady Raiders were led by Amelia Coakley, who scored four goals. Following Coakley was Kate Rothrock with three goals.

Erica Knaub chipped in a goal and three assists while Julia Ludington and Cassie Orr added a goal each for Fulton.

Keeper Kayla Pafami saved four shots on goal.

The Lady Raiders saw a more favorable outcome when they took on Oswego. Like its previous game, Fulton was involved in a first half slugfest. After a competitive first half, Oswego outscored the Lady Raiders by only a goal as it took a 5-4 lead into halftime. However, unlike its previous game, Fulton got it done during the second half. The Lady Raiders outscored Oswego by two goals to escape with the 10-9 win.

Leading the way for Oswego was Kelly Chetney, who scored three goals against Fulton.

Following Chetney were Breanna Sherman with two goals and an assist and Alexa Healy with two goals.

Sydney Knight, Sarah Stobener and Alison McPherson combined to chip in a goal and four assists for Oswego.

Keeper Kerrigan Cummins saved five shots on goal.

Knaub led Fulton with four goals and one assist.

Coakley and Michaela Whiteman finished with two goals each. Kate Rothrock, Julia Ludington and Alise Tallents combined to chip in two goals and an assist for the Lady Raiders.

Pafami saved five shots on goal for Fulton.

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Fulton girls lacrosse splits first two games of the season

by Rob Tetro

The Fulton girls varsity lacrosse team went 1-1 during its first two games of the season.

March 26, Christian Brothers Academy got off to a solid start while cruising to a convincing win over the Lady Raiders.

However, during its next game, Fulton showed that it is capable of, getting off to a hot start.

The Lady Raiders jumped out to a seven-goal lead during the first half of their March 29th game against Whitesboro en route to a solid win.

Christian Brothers Academy got off to an impressive start and didn’t look back. CBA built an 11-goal lead over Fulton during the first half.

Despite a couple of goals by Kate Rothrock during the second half, the Lady Raiders were unable to cut into the deficit they faced. Christian Brothers Academy coasted to a 16-2 win over Fulton.

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Fulton Rotary recognizes GRB seniors

Each month, the Fulton Noon Rotary Club invites two high school seniors to attend one of their luncheon meetings. For the month of February, the student guest were Kate Rothrock (left) and Mitchell Lalik. The students were introduced to the club by Rotarian Nancy Kush Ellis.
Each month, the Fulton Noon Rotary Club invites two high school seniors to attend one of their luncheon meetings. For the month of February, the student guest were Kate Rothrock (left) and Mitchell Lalik. The students were introduced to the club by Rotarian Nancy Kush Ellis.

Each month, the Fulton Noon Rotary Club invites two high school seniors to attend one of their luncheon meetings.

For the month of February, the student guest were Kate Rothrock and Mitchell Lalik. The students were introduced to the club by Rotarian Nancy Kush Ellis.

Both seniors are members of the National Honor Society. They have been active in school clubs, taken advanced placement courses, and performed in music and drama activities, and helped community groups.

Rothrock has played soccer, volleyball and lacrosse, works part-time, is active in her church and community.

She has also participated in the New Visions Program in the health field. She also writes a column called “Bodley Bulletins” in The Valley News.

She plans on attending college to study to be a nurse practitioner. Her choices for college are either Nazareth or Niagara universities.

Lalik has been a member of the student senate, the H.O.P.E. club, the yearbook staff, science, spanish and drama clubs.

In sports, he has played soccer, indoor track, cross country and tennis.

He has also held leadership roles in every activity he has participated in. After graduation, Lalik plans on attending a college in the Rochester area to major in marketing and advertising.

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Bodley Bulletins: November 7, 2012

by Kate Rothrock

Seniors, can you believe it is that time of year? Approaching faster than you think is the deadline for college applications.

If you haven’t already, now is a good time to be thinking hard about college and starting the common application and essay.

Don’t forget to get your teacher recommendations and pick up scholarships in the guidance office! Don’t forget to buy a yearbook! After Christmas, the cost increases from $50 to $60.

Want something great to put on your college application? Model UN is for any student interested in learning more about world affairs and having a voice in the world theatre. If you are interested, see Mrs. Hallatt in room 117.

If you are hungry at the end of the day, stop by the Raider Den! It is open for anyone with a free bell eighth and ninth. There is a lot to offer such as candy, cookies, Gatorade, Pop-Tarts, water and more!

So come grab a snack or drink for the end of the day or before a sports practice or game.

There is also school apparel for sale along with lanyards and water bottles.

The blood drive was a success. Students gave 73 units of usable blood and six people gave double red. Thank you to all who took time out of their busy school schedule to help or donate blood. The next blood drive will be held On Thursday, March 28.

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Bodley Bulletins: October 31, 2012

by Kate Rothrock

Happy Halloween! Although students are not allowed to wear costumes to school today, students and staff will be recognizing Halloween by wearing orange.

GRB’s fall play, “The Laramie Project,” was a huge success. Congratulations to the cast and crew of the Quirks Players for a wonderful play and the countless hours you have put in.

Any students interested in traveling this summer? Mrs. Hallatt is taking students on the tour leading to Berlin, Prague, Krakow and Budapest in July of 2013. This is a chance to meet new people, visit four different countries and try great new foods! See Mrs. Hallatt in room 117 if you are interested, and soon because the price goes up in the next week!

The Environmental Club is having a battery drive. Bring in dry-cell batteries, tool batteries, and computer and cellphone batteries to guided study hall. The deadline is Nov. 5 and the winning guided study hall will win a breakfast!

Nov. 5 is the deadline for any senior’s baby and prom pictures. Don’t forget to hand them in!

Anyone who has a job, a hobby, a car, is a hunter or fisherman; your pictures are also due for yearbook Nov. 5.

The senior class trip has been set for June 7 with the destination of Cedar Point! The trip will be an overnight trip with June 8 being spent in Cleveland. A deposit is due to Mrs. Hallatt as soon as possible. Thank you Mrs. Hallatt for all the hard work you have put into this trip and seniors, don’t miss out on one of the last opportunities as a class!

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Bodley Bulletins: October 17, 2012

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by Kate Rothrock

Seniors! The deadline for handing in prom and yearbook photos is Monday, Nov. 5.

Give them to Mr. Senecal or Vanessa Langdon and put your name and guided study hall teacher on the back so they can be safely returned.

The yearbook is also looking for your pictures if you have a job, a hobby, a car or anything!

This year’s Fultonion really wants pictures of everyone! The pictures can be given to Mr. Senecal or Vanessa Langdon before Nov. 5 as well. You can also upload them at hjeshare.com with the new school code being Fultonian.

This is your chance to put the pictures you want in the yearbook so don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

National Honor Society members, there will be a mandatory meeting today at 2:40 p.m. It will be held in room 215 and there will be important information handed out and this time that you don’t want to miss!

Students, if you are bored during study hall then come be an integrated algebra tutor! Tutors will be rewarded and materials and keys will be provided. You can sign up on the door of room 233, room 112, or see Ms. Narad on A days.

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Bodley Bulletins: September 26, 2012

by Kate Rothrock

It’s open house night! It is a chance for your family to get to know your teachers and for you to show them your classes and all you have done this year.

It will start at 6:30 p.m. and there will be a lot to see and do.

This Friday is collaboration day and is an early dismissal with school ending for students at 10:30 a.m. I hope everyone gets the chance to enjoy the fall weather!

Also this Friday, the varsity football team will travel to East Syracuse-Minoa. After a tough loss last week against Jamesville-DeWitt, the team is hoping to bring home a win against the tough Spartans.

The game will start at 6:30 p.m.; come support the boys as they hope to improve their record!

Another way you can support the varsity football team is by going to their chicken barbecue Oct. 7 at the Polish Home.

The boys golf team has a home match today against ES-M at 3:30 p.m. at Battle Island. The JV football team also plays today at home against ESM at 6 p.m.

Boys and girls cross country teams are taking a short trip to Mexico today for a meet at 4:30.

Tomorrow, the varsity boys soccer team will play on the turf at 7 p.m. where they hope to defeat Jamesville-DeWitt, who beat them earlier in the season.

Also playing at home is the girls tennis team, who have a match against Mexico at 4:30 p.m. while the girls varsity soccer team travels to Jamesville-DeWitt.

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Bodley Bulletins: September 19, 2012

by Kate Rothrock

The first full week of school is over! Students are now totally back into the swing of things and going to school is part of the normal routine.

Clubs are starting up and will begin their meetings this week or next. There are many different clubs available to any student interested such as the language clubs, Hope Club, Future Business Leaders of America, Science club, and many more. They are a great way to meet new people and to get involved in the school and community. Plus, they look great on a resume or college application!

The Fultonian Yearbook is an amazing finished product but there is a lot of work that goes into it. Vanessa Langdon, editor of the 2013 yearbook, said the Yearbook Club is always looking for help and anyone can be a part of the club. Meetings are in room 102 every Tuesday.

If you buy your yearbook before Christmas it is $50 but if you wait until after Christmas it will cost $60. At an open house Sept. 26, there will be a booth for parents to buy parent ads.

This year’s Fultonian Yearbook will have a theme, making it more organized and cohesive. Students can share their photos to be used in the yearbook at www.hjeshare.com using the school code 3045662. Don’t miss this opportunity to put your favorite pictures in the yearbook!

This past week was a great week for sports. Girls soccer, boys soccer, and girls volleyball all picked up wins. The volleyball team had victories over Marcellus and Lafayette. The boys soccer team rallied for a win against Homer and the girls soccer team won against both Homer and Syracuse.

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