Basketball season is over

This week was a short week for students, but eventful nonetheless.

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This week was a short week for students, but eventful nonetheless.

In sports, the senior boys were scheduled to play on March against Lacombe for a spot in the playoffs, but due to unfortunate road conditions they had to move the game to Tuesday, March 3 and many of the boys couldn’t make it. With only six players, the Wildcats only lost 46-41, unfortunately not earning a spot in the playoffs so their season is now over.

The senior girls had their first playoff game on Wednesday, March 4 against Lacombe, where they won 51-40. They now move on to play in Wetaskiwin on Monday, March 9. Congratulations! In the final, JV girls league tournament we went into the tournament seeded sixth. The girls wanted to improve on that. They lost the opener to Lacombe by two points. They were seeded third. We then played Camrose and won by more than 20. We then faced Lindsay Thurber, with whom we had a three-point game in the league, we lost 67 to 37. This had us finishing the season sixth in league.

In school clubs, Be The Change would once again like to encourage everyone to donate to the #StettlerWellChallenge. If you are interested in helping to bring a well and sanitation supplies to a third world country, please stop by the high school office or visit wellchallenge.wix.com.

The English/Drama class has now cast for their Shakespeare play, “Twelfth Night” which will be performed for the public. Specific details will come in the following weeks.

On Thursday, February 26, Jordan Lee, Zach Desrosiers, Taylor Marko, and Aubrey Carl travelled to Shine FM in Red Deer to learn more about and produce a radio ad. Their ads were featured on 90.5 FM. Congratulations!

On Wednesday, February 25, the Drama 20/30 class visited the kindergartens and read and performed for them Dr. Seuss. It was an enjoyable day for both the drama students and the kindergartens.

That’s all for this week!