Weekend Sports Wrap-up

(click here to view a slideshow of volleyball pics)

It was a busy weekend for Eagles Athletes, with the Football team traveling to Winnipeg, Junior and Senior Volleyball in Kenora for tournament play and the Senior Girls Basketball team in Thunder Bay for a tournament.

The football team was unable to hold back the West Kildonan Wolverines as they fell 24-7. Jake Berry brought in the lone Eagles touchdown. The team is seeing steady improvement and should put on a good show at this Friday’s homecoming game.

In basketball, the Senior Girls won their first and then dropped the next two for an eventual 7th place finish overall.

In volleyball, the Senior Boys finished up in the quarter finals against Portage la Praire in a very exciting 3 set match. They played well and will continue to improve as the season goes forward. They ended the weekend with a 3 and 2 record and a tie for fifth place overall.

The Junior Boys team was split, with the grade 9 team placing 4th. The grade 10 team placed 2nd overall, losing in the championship round in three sets.

Congratulations to all Eagles athletes for their outstanding effort!

This week the Eagles court sport teams kick off regular season play Tuesday against the Fort Frances Muskies. Games start at Noon and continue all afternoon. Drop into the large or small gyms to cheer on your Eagles.

The football homecoming game is this Friday vs. the St. Johns Tigers. Come out and pack the stands with blue and gold for what is sure to be an exciting homecoming game.

Thanks to Mr. Paul Darling and his players for snapping the pics at the volleyball tournament.

Morning Announcements – Sept. 18, 2009

Sept. 18 If you signed up for boys hockey tryouts, please check out the list posted on the bulletin board by the trophy case  & the window of room 210.  If you have concerns or questions, please see Mr. Oltsher.
Sept. 18 – 25 Do you have an interest in the following areas:  recreational activities during and after school, media arts, native art, cultural identity, mentoring and tutoring, or native theater?  If this sounds like something that would interest you, please attend a meeting in room 131 during Block D on Friday, Sept. 25.

Morning Announcements – Sept. 17, 2009

Sept. 17 Attention All First Nation Students.  A rep from Western University will be in room 131 at 10:15 today to provide information on First Nation services offered at Western.
Sept. 17 Mrs. Moline’s Social Science class, please meet in room 116 at 11:30 today.
Sept. 17 There will be a cheerleading tryout today at 5:00 p.m. in the small gym.
Sept. 14 – 17 If you are interested in trying out for the boys hockey team, sign up in the main office before this Thursday.  First session is on Sunday.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Oltsher.
Sept. 17 Do you have an interest in the following areas:  recreational activities during and after school, media arts, native art, cultural identity, mentoring and tutoring, or native theater?  If this sounds like something that would interest you, please attend a meeting in room 131 during Block D on Friday, Sept. 25.
Sept. 17 Signup for boys hockey tryouts ends today!  If you are interested, sign up in the main office before 3:30.  A list with specific groupings will be posted on the bulletin board by the trophy case on Friday morning.
Sept. 17 Just a reminder to staff of the Alzheimer Coffee Break today in the upstairs staffroom.
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