JV clubs to host tournaments

The grades 9, 10 and 11 science fair was moved to this week, because of last week’s stormy weather.

Grade 12 students Andrew Kim

The grades 9, 10 and 11 science fair was moved to this week, because of last week’s stormy weather.

The JV boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are on the road today for games against Hunting Hills of Red Deer.

On Tuesday, the senior boys’ and girls’ basketball teams played in Red Deer against Notre Dame.

This weekend, the JV boys’ and girls’ Wildcat basketball teams will host William E. Hay’s JV home tournament.

Last week’s senior boys’ and girls’ basketball games were postponed due to the weather. Likewise for the JV boys’ and girls’ games.

The senior girls were supposed to play in Delburne on the weekend, but — you guessed it — the tournament was postponed due to the weather.

— Wildcat Corner

 

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