Senior girls enjoy their time after the game against Lacombe last week with their coach Shonna Burkard.

Volleyball season almost over

This week at Wm E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus sports have been slowing down as volleyball is almost over.

This week at Wm E. Hay Stettler Secondary Campus sports have been slowing down as volleyball is almost over. The junior girls’ volleyball team won against Wetaskiwin on Oct. 14 and had one home game this week that happened on Monday, Oct.19 against Lacombe. Their next tournament is Oct. 23 and 24. Good luck to all girls. Junior boys’ volleyball had a home game this week on Monday, Oct. 19 against Lacombe. Senior girls’ volleyball had a tournament this past weekend in Lacombe. They played a game Oct. 20 against Camrose. Wildcats football won against Rocky Mountain House (22-18) last week. Their next game is in Drayton Valley on October 22 at 4 p.m.

The junior high volleyball team has a game today at home versus Donalda. Come on out to cheer on your local team. CARA starts on Nov. 4. The Grade 8/9 girls’ volleyball had a tournament this past Saturday, Oct. 17 at Lacombe. Their upcoming tournaments are Saturday, Oct. 24 at Erskine hosted by Donalda (parent volunteer drivers needed), Saturday, Nov. 7 at Stettler (CARA final tournament), and Saturday, Nov. 21 (CWAJHAA regional tournament, location to be determined).

Oct. 21, 2015 was the day in “Back to The Future” that Marty McFly and Doc Brown time-travelled to in the movie. Our school is recognizing this day by showing the movie during the week, and concluding with a dress up like Back to the Future’s version of 2015 today at the Secondary Campus.

The wreath order forms are in for the band trip to New Orleans. The wreaths should be arriving in early December. Thank you to all who participated. Tickets are still available at the main office or at Wells Furniture for A Christmas Carol: A High SchoolStory.The dates are December 3-5, with Dec. 4 being a dinner theater. Come out and enjoy a great performance!


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