Manitoba Volleyball Tournament Results

The Senior and Junior Boys volleyball teams are competing in the University of Manitoba ‘Bison Classic’ Volleyball tournament.

Both Junior and Senior tournaments have a field of 16 teams.

Junior Results

Game 1 vs. Steinbach – Loss 25-17, 25-15
Dryden loses game 2 to the John Taylor Vipers 25- 15, 25-16
Game 3 vs. Vincent massey – Winnipeg 6:20 pm

Senior Results

Game 1 vs. John Taylor. 2:40 pm
Game 2 vs. Garden Valley 5:20 pm
Game 3 vs. Westwood 7:10 pm

Playoffs to follow Saturday.

Morning Announcements – Sept. 30, 2011

Sept. 30 The Eagles football team travelled to Winnipeg Thursday to face the undefeated Sisler Spartans.  Dryden moved the ball well most of the day and took a 1 – 0 lead early.  Sisler battled hard and scored on a few long plays to build a comfortable lead in spite of 4 fumbles caused by the Eagles defense.  The final score was 21 – 1 Sisler.  With the tough part of the schedule done, the Eagles look forward to Homecoming next Friday vs. the Tec Voc Hornets.
Sept. 30 There will be a brief but important meeting for all members of the boys hockey team today @ 11:40 in room 208.
Sept. 30 A reminder to students that picture day is next Wed., October 5th.  Picture package brochures are here in the main office. 
Sept. 30 A reminder to students that the University of Manitoba
Sept. 30 IMPACT Theatre is looking for adults and teens who are interested in being involved in a regional film project!  If this is you, we invite you to take part in an Acting and Writing For Film Workshop taking place Friday, Sept. 30 – Sunday, Oct. 2 in Sioux Lookout, led by the Actors Training Centre of Manitoba.  You won’t want to miss this professional level experience!  Talk to Mrs. Bloomfield for details and registration form.
Sept. 30 All Eagles athletes selling Eagle cards are reminded that Blitz night is Monday, Oct. 3rd.  If you have sold all cards and/or want more, you can see Mrs. Gardam or Mr. Zilkalns in the Phys. Ed. office.  Money can be turned in to the Phys. Ed. office.
Sept. 30 The Dryden Mission is looking for volunteers to help with merchandising donations and moving boxes.

To volunteer or for more information contact Jim or Lois at 223-4313

Sept. 30 A reminder for those trying out for girls hockey team, you must sign up & pay your 20.00 ice fee at the main office before tryouts begin.
Sept. 30 For students needing some volunteer hours, a political party is looking for help with the provincial election campaign.  The hours would be flexible and would be after school, Saturdays, and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. till 6:00 p.m.  For more information come to the main office.

 

Eagles Football in Winnipeg

The Eagles travelled on Thursday to Winnipeg to face the undefeated Sisler Spartans and gave a good account of themselves before ultimately falling 21-1.

The team squandered multiple opportunities and couldn’t finish what had been sustained drives deep into Spartan territory. The Eagles opened the scoring after driving the ball 82 yards down to the Sisler 9 but managed only a single point after missing the field goal attempt. Before the quarter ended Sisler took the lead when their quarterback had a spectacular run where he eluded almost every defender in the course of his 75 yard scamper. They added another score before the half for a 14-1 advantage.

The 2 teams played a scoreless third quarter that saw Dryden again move the ball into scoring range but both field goal attempts were blocked. A 28 yard Spartan pass in the 4th completed the scoring.

Highlights for Dryden were Jesse Gerula’s day at Running Back with 11 carries for 71 yards, 5 catches for another 30 and a 26 yard pass to Jhustin Czajkowski. Shane Kurtin was 3-7 passing for 24 yards and ran for another 52. Defensively Caine Benham had 5 tackles caused and recovered a fumble, Tanner Russell had 9 tackles, Ray Durand had 2 and recovered 2 fumbles.

Coaches feel that next week’s Homecoming game against Tec Voc will go a long way to seeing how far Dryden can go into the playoffs. “The remaining teams on the schedule all have similar records to the Eagles and home field advantage and a renewed commitment to physical football could lead to a strong finish. If all 12 players on the field can play more as a unit, we can play with anyone. The problem is we have a few spectators on most plays. Football requires all parts aggressively doing their jobs for the group to succeed, we have a ways to go in the department of cohesiveness and a trust that all will battle for one another at all times. It will come.”

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