Provincial pride

Stettler and area athletes made their mark last Friday and Saturday at the Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association

Alana Skocdopole

Stettler and area athletes made their mark last Friday and Saturday at the Alberta Schools’ Athletic Association provincial track and field championships at Foote Field in Edmonton.

Pictured: Botha native and former William E. Hay student Alana Skocdopole of Notre Dame in Red Deer is all smiles as she receives one of her two bronze medals for third-place finishes in the senior girls’ 1,500- and 3,000-metre races.

Anton Stewart of William E. Hay raced in the senior boys’ 200 metres. Stewart placed ninth in the 200 and seventh in the 100 metres.

Corey Garbutt of William E. Hay headed to a 12th-place finish in the junior girls’ 400 metres.

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