Morning Announcements – Sept. 24, 2010

Sept. 24 Good luck to the Jr. Boys Volleyball team travelling to Winnipeg & Sr. Boys Volleyball team travelling to Kenora for tournaments today.
Sept. 24 Ben Arsenault recorded a tackle and scored the Eagles first points of the football season but the team fell 31 – 1 to Miles McDonell yesterday.  The team continued to improve however & with dates with Maples & Steinbach coming they look to break into the win column.
Sept. 24 Congratulations to the boys golf team on capturing the NorWOSSA Gold Medal in Fort  Frances yesterday.  Wade Wetelainen also won NorWOSSA gold as the overall champion after three events.  Brett Getson placed 4th, Adam Getson 6th and Josh Kitt finished in 9th position.  The team now travels to Geraldton for the NWOSSA finals.
Sept. 24 Sr. Girls lost yesterday 33 – 19 in a close fought match.
Sept. 24 Thrive – group meeting is today at lunch (11:30) in room 210.
Sept. 24 Do you need volunteer hours?  Do you love horses?  Do you want to make a positive impact on the lives of others?  Dryden Therapeutic Riding is committed to providing therapeutic, recreation and life skills training opportunities for children and adults with special need.  Volunteers are needed for all positions, and previous experience with horses is not necessary, as training will be provided.  If you are interested, a sign-up sheet is available in the main office.
Sept. 24 Volunteer drivers are needed for Safe Grad.  Sign up now in the main office for future events.  Parents, Grandparents, or siblings can volunteer to help out.  Grads can get Safe Grad points.    For more information, please contact Sherrie Ketterer @ 216-6792.

Eagles 2 for 4 vs. Fort Frances

(game pics to follow)

The Dryden Eagles split the day on the courts vs. Fort Frances in NorWOSSA league play today.

The Junior Boys started the day off on the volleyball court with a tough four set loss to the Muskies. After opening with a 25-19 win, the boys faltered and dropped the next three 15-25, 23-25 and 21-25.

The Junior Girls followed with a hard fought 20-16 win over the Muskies. Christina Medwid, Amy Doudiet, Liv Carter and Amy Knipping each scored 4 points for the Eagles.

The Senior Boys volleyball team went back and forth with Fort Frances, eventually winning in four sets 25-20, 18-25, 25-13, 25-21.

The Senior Girls closed out the day with a 33-19 loss vs Fort. The girls kept the score close through most of the game but faltered defensively in the last quarter, allowing Fort to pull ahead. Leading scorers were Morgan Church with 5 and Emile Gardam with 4.

The Eagles won’t see home court action now until October 13th, when they take on the Fort Frances Muskies.

Great work team, and thanks to all Eagles fans who were sporting the blue and gold!

Morning Announcements – Sept 23, 2010

Sept. 23 Good luck to our football team travelling to Winnipeg today for a game & to our girls basketball & boys volleyball teams playing today here against Fort Frances.  Games start @ noon in the big gym.  Reminder to all staff & students to come dressed in your favourite pajama for P.J. day tomorrow.
Sept. 23 Today’s the day!  Auditions begin at 11:45 in room 125, the drama room.  Everyone is welcome – come and sign up if you haven’t yet done so.
Sept. 23 Thrive – group meeting is this Friday at lunch in room 210.
Sept. 23 Students are reminded that representatives will be here from 8 universities providing information regarding Aboriginal Education.  Come to the library from 10:30 – 11:30.  Sign up is in the Guidance Office.
Sept. 23 Safe Grad requires volunteers for this Saturday, September 25, selling tickets at Extra Foods.
Sept. 23 Mrs. Griffiths will be here today to collect ticket money and sign up volunteers.
Sept. 23 Do you need volunteer hours?  Do you love horses?  Do you want to make a positive impact on the lives of others?  Dryden Therapeutic Riding is committed to providing therapeutic, recreation and life skills training opportunities for children and adults with special need.  Volunteers are needed for all positions, and previous experience with horses is not necessary, as training will be provided.  If you are interested, a sign-up sheet is available in the main office.
Sept. 23 Volunteer drivers are needed for Safe Grad.  Sign up now in the main office for future events.  Parents, Grandparents, or siblings can volunteer to help out.  Grads can get Safe Grad points.    For more information, please contact Sherrie Ketterer @ 216-6792.
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