Wildcat Corner

Stettler Wildcat cross-country runners ventured to zones last week in Wetaskiwin.

Stettler Wildcat cross-country runners ventured to zones last week in Wetaskiwin.

The races included up to 100 participants. Andrew Kim and Corey Garbutt of Grade 12 and Alicia Nibourg of Grade 11 have qualified for the provincials this Saturday in Drayton Valley.

Kim, Garbutt and Nibourg placed 17th or 18th in their individual races.

Wildcats’ Jennifer Taylor and Nikyta Lachowsky each had personal bests.

The senior Wildcat girls beat CACHS in last week’s volleyball play. CACHS fought back, bringing the set to five games, with the final ending 15-13. “Quick middle hits and net play by Abby Tizzard, Morgan Van Dusen and Toni-Lyn Ganser, combined with strong serving and smart plays by Jaimie Ternes, made the difference,” said Wildcats coach Rachelle Campeau.

Ternes was chosen player of the game for her “smart placement and strategy.”


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