Two Stettler archers to represent Canada in South Africa

The 20th annual Camp Teckla basketball camp will be happening between July 4 and 8.

WILDCAT COLUMN — The 20th annual Camp Teckla basketball camp will be happening between July 4 and 8. The Stettler schools registration forms are available by contacting Kim Poapst at 403-916-4128 or Dorothy Anderson at 403-742-4494. The registration deadline is May 20. In other sports news, the JV girls basketball team will be playing in the league finals this coming weekend (March 5 and 6).

The W.E.Hay archery team had a fantastic tournament in Castor last week. All of our archers placed fourth or better in their categories. We had four shooters make the final round, with the results being, Jessa Heatherington, top score for Grade 11 girls, and an overall high score for the tournament with a 291. Brooke Glasier took first in Grade 9 girls with a 279, Colby Barclay took first for Grade 9 boys with a 254, Roam Thorsteinsson took third for Grade 11 boys with a 268 and Will Roberts also took a second place finish for Grade 12 boys with a 278. We also confirmed the fact that Jessa Heatherington and Will Roberts have both been asked to shoot for Canada at the ALL STARS tournament in South Africa this summer. Congrats to all…

The junior high has finished all of their skiing now with the final trip to Nakiska last Thursday, Feb. 25. The senior high will be going to Nakiska on March 15.

The New Orleans Band trip had a big night on Monday. The lawyer came for parents to allow their child to travel out of the country with Mr. Rahn and all the other chaperones. Following the lawyer’s appearance, there was a chaperone meeting. The second last payment was due last Wednesday, Feb. 24.

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