It was another busy weekend for DHS athletes.
The Senior Girls volleyball team captured the top spot in their annual home tournament, dropping St. Thomas Aquinas in the final match 25-20 and 25-17 to win the gold.
The Junior Boys basketball team travelled to Fort Frances to compete in tournament play. Over their four games the Juniors pulled out a win against St. Thomas Aquinas, pulling ahead in the fourth quarter for a 46-43 victory. Coach Paul Darling said that “It was a great start to the season and a great introduction to the high school game for all of our first year players.” and “Our second year players were thrust into leadership roles and I’m very impressed with the skill many of these players have coming in to grade 9.”
The Boys Hockey team was in Brandon for the 19th Annual Genesis Hospitality High School Hockey Tournament. The Boys won the “B” side final with a 2-0 win over Sturgeon Heights. Coach Oltsher said that it was a “very successful weekend with the team going 4-1 overall”. Oltsher also said that they were very happy with the effort all weekend, and the team learned a lot.
In Girls Hockey, the Eagles were down against the Fort Frances Muskies 1-0 early on, before coming back to defeat the Muskies 2-1 Saturday.
The Wrestling team traveled to Winnipeg where they were the overall medal leader on the weekend.
Great work teams! Dryden High School is proud of your accomplishments.