Morning Announcements – Oct. 21, 2010

Oct. 21 There will be a brief meeting for all members of the Boys Hockey Team today @ 12 noon in room 212.
Oct. 21 Any Eagle athletes still owing Eagle Cards or money, must hand them in to Mr. Zilkalns, Mrs. Gardam or the main office this week.
Oct. 14 – 27 Need to earn an extra credit?  There will be a Religious Education Course offered after school.  The course will run one to two times a week between October 27 and June 1.  Please sign up in the guidance office to register.
Oct. 21 This year at the Festival of Trees there will be a “Dryden Kids Have Talent” Show.  It will be Nov. 27th at 6:30 p.m. at The Centre.  You can sing, dance, perform magic, or tell jokes.  Come to the main office for a registration form.  It will be limited entries, so sign up early.  There will be a $5.00 minimum donation to Grace Haven per entry.

Eagles Football vs. West Kildonan

The Eagles fell to 1-5 on the season after a 32-0 loss to the West Kildonan Wolverines at CanadInns Stadium yesterday.

The team came out flat and began with poor field position which led to an early safety being surrendered and a 2-0 lead for West K. The Wolverines followed that up with a TD and convert and a second safety before the quarter was out (11-0). In the second quarter the Eagles showed signs of life and moved the ball more consistently behind the strong running of Ryan Hansson. Hansson led the team with 63 yards rushing on 7 carries. The half ended on a fake field goal attempt which fell incomplete to the turf.

In  the second half the hosts again came out strong and added to their lead. With a young squad, one already eliminated from the playoffs, the coaching staff chose to utilize everyone on the bench for substantial minutes as the score widened. While the team had flashes of success, mistakes sabotaged further scoring drives. In  the end, Andrew Langlais, 2 time WHSFL player of the week in 2010, had another strong defensive game with 10 tackles. Caine Benham recorded 5 tackles and a QB sack and Mike Lampshire chipped in with 5 tackles. On offence, Josh Reid carried the ball 5 times for 31 yards and caught another pass for 10 more.

The team finishes their season next Friday against the playoff bound East Kildonan Reivers. The game will mark the end of the football careers of 10 players and the goal is to commemorate their efforts with a small ceremony and strong effort. The team has a lot of talent returning for 2011 and looks to use the game as a chance to continue the development of the young players and reinforce the lessons of commitment to the team and strength of will.

Rotary Agriculture Workshop in Regina

If you are in grade 11 or 12 and are interested in agriculture the Rotary Club of Dryden would like to send you to Regina November 24-28 for an all expense paid workshop.

If you are interested in the amazing opportunity stop by the guidance office for an application package.

Deadline is October 20.

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