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This week students geared up for finals and ended off semester one.
This week at Wm. E. Hay students were busy preparing for the end of semester one, and the beginning of final exams.
Wm. E. Hay students got back into the routine as they returned from Christmas holidays.
The JV Girls had a tight game last Wednesday night against Lacombe Rams, eventually settling with a 38-30 loss.
Congratulations to the senior girls’ basketball team for winning their game against Rocky Mountain House 45-36.
Last week at Wm. E. Hay the Sr. Girls basketball team had a game against Wetaskiwin.
This past week at Wm. E. Hay was once again a busy one as students geared up for upcoming events and participated in
his week was a short two days at Wm. E. Hay, but it’s sure to be a busy rest of the month.
This week students were gearing up for the five-day break they just enjoyed.
This week was definitely a busy one at Wm. E. Hay as students participated in Challenge Day and buckled down for project week.
The two JV basketball teams from William E. Hay Composite High School hosted the Notre Dame Cougars of Red Deer on Monday night
The CARA curling championships for Clearview junior high students were staged last Thursday in Coronation.
Stettler minor hockey teams are busy on the provincial trail:
The Stettler Minor Lacrosse Association is gearing up for its third box lacrosse season.
The midget female Stettler Storm had a triple-game weekend, resulting in a two wins and one loss in North Central Minor Hockey Association
The grades 9, 10 and 11 science fair was moved to this week, because of last week’s stormy weather.
Since rattling off an 11-game winning streak, the Stettler Lightning have lost three of their past four games
The Stettler Wildcats senior boys’ and girls’ teams played in a season-opening basketball tournament at Rocky Mountain House
Junior badminton is on the rise in Stettler. Club badminton draws players from out of town, marking an enrolment increase in Stettler
This past Thursday, staff from the University of Alberta’s Augustana Campus visited William E. Hay to chat with students who had questions