Senior badminton players win medals, CARA event this week

Stettler badminton captured one gold, one silver and one bronze medal at the zone tournaments in Camrose last weekend when Kristy Wade declared her supremacy in the senior girls single category winning the top spot.

Claire Aspenes and Tyler Stewart won the silver in the junior mixed doubles while the duo of Satomi Kondo and Woody Brown captured the bronze in senior mixed doubles.

The medal winners were among a small group of Wm. E Hay students taking part in the Camrose event.

Other participants were Kylie Younghans, Landon Potter and Cole Nichols.

Badminton action continues today, Wednesday, May 4 at the Wm. E Hay high school gym with the CARA tournament bringing together athletes from the Clearview and other area schools for the annual event.

The competition will be mainly among junior category players, mostly Grade 7 and 8 students.

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