Achievements in badminton continue

This week, in sports, Allyssa Acera, John Langford and Adam and Eric
Pitzel headed to badminton provincials last weekend.

Allyssa and John

competed in singles, while Adam and Eric competed on a doubles team.

Congratulations to the high school badminton players who all earned at least 1 win this past weekend in provincials.  Eric & Adam and Alyssa ended third in their pools while John went on to earn silver in a three-set nail biter final.  Way to go, athletes!  Great job! Congratulations to all of the Grade 9 badminton players who competed in CARA. Winning third place: Sam, Krysta & Rachelle, Jessica & Johan. The players moving on to CWAJHAA with a second place finish: Kayla M., Davin N. & Braydon S.

Lastly, our CARA champions are: Talon C., Shayna B. & Erik R., Adam S. &

Jay N. Way to go guys! We would like to thank the parents and adults who

watched and Mr. Aspenes and Mrs. Resch for organizing the event. In other sports news, tennis and track are starting up.  Watch for athletes outside enjoying the spring sunshine getting ready for competitions.

In other news, on Friday May 1, the students’ union hosted a luau dance and had a great turnout! Also, the One Act Festival was a success, displaying lots of talent in the performing arts. If you would like to donate your hair for a good cause, Be The Change is going to be hosting a hair drive on June 2 in cooperation with Keep Kira Smiling. If you would like to sign up, or find out more about requirements, please visit Anyone from Stettler or any surrounding communities may participate. That’s all for this week.





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