Seven Persons crushed the 2J competition at the SZJHAA Cross Country Meet in Echodale. St. Mary’s finished in third place in the 4J category, while Parkside was also third among 3J schools.
SZJHAA athletes had two medalists:
Cody Uitvlugt, St. Mary’s – 2nd boys midget
Samuel Schick, Schuler – 2nd juvenile boys
Thank you to Eagle Butte High School for hosting a chilly, but successful run!
The MHJHAA volleyball league schedule has been released for all leagues. Click here to access the schedule. MHJHAA Volleyball Schedule 2019 (2)
Alexandra successfully defended it’s aggregate title at the MHJHAA City Track Meet on Tuesday, May 28. Alexandra also took 3 of the 6 individual aggregate titles. St. Mary’s took second place, while Seven Persons took third.
Individual aggregate winners:
Bantam Girls: Zayna Wiloughby – CHHS & Jaivyn Barabe – AMS
Bantam Boys: Gerhard Knauer Bravo – Ecole Les Cypres
Midget Girls: Audyn Mettauer – Roy Wilson
Midget Boys: Tesema Veurink – AMS
Juvenile Girls: Abree Toews – Notre Dame
Juvenile Boys: Aaron Kruger – AMS
Five meet records also fell:
Zaynna Wiloughby, CHHS – 80 m Hurdles
Tesema Veurink, AMS – Midget Javelin
Shae Halladay, Seven Persons – High Jump
Dylan Callan, AMS – Shot Put
Callan Aayden, AMS – Discus
The SZJHAA Track Meet will be at the Rotary Track on Tuesday, June 4. Athletes who finished in the top two will automatically be entered into the zone tournament (except for relays – top one).
Notre Dame and Irvine took their domination of local badminton to Lethbridge for the annual South Zone Jr High Athletic Association tournament. Notre Dame won the 4J aggregate banner for the second time in a row. Irvine took the 3J banner. JT Foster from Nanton took the 2J banner, while Lethbridge’s Gilbert Patterson took the 1J banner.
Individual results are as follows:
Parkside – Kapri Booker – gold – bantam girls singles; Addie Selk – bronze – bantam girls singles.
Irvine – Kiara Ressor – gold – midget girls singles; Justin Jager & Noah Hawkes – bronze – midget boys doubles; Kierra Zentner & Axton Ferguson – Gold – midget mixed doubles
Notre Dame – Jordan Weisgerber & Kylee Waldeggar – Bronze – midget girls doubles; Roman Cherniak – Silver – Juvenile boys singles; Francine Seba – Bronze – Juvenile girls singles; Kailey Duchscherer & Marin Sinclair – Gold – Juvenile girls doubles.
Dr. Wilson – Silas Currie & Audyn Mattaur – Bronze – Midget Mixed Doubles
St. Mary’s – Tyler Miller – Gold – Juvenile boys singles.
After taking the bantam aggregate the day before, Irvine narrowly took the midget aggregate title with 2 gold, 2 silver, and a bronze. Notre Dame took the same number of medals with 2 gold, 1 silver, and 2 bronze.
Boys Singles – Notre Dame, Schuler, Notre Dame
Girls Singles – Irvine, Irvine, St. Mary’s
Boys Doubles – St. Mary’s, Notre Dame, Irvine
Girls Doubles – Notre Dame, Irvine, Notre Dame
Mixed Doubles – Irvine, Dr. Wilson, Alexandra
Irvine took the bantam badminton aggregate championship by winning one more medal than Parkside. Irvine took a gold, two silvers, and a bronze, while Parkside won one colour of each to finish second in the overall standings.
Boys Singles – Gerhardt Knauer – Ecole les Cypress; Levi Munsch – Irvine; Colton Pope – Parkside
Girls Singles – Addie Selk – Parkside; Kapri Booker – Parkside; Summer Zinger – Irvine
Boys Doubles – Zach Schorno & Gabriel Rahn – Alexandra; Cameron Jager & Ryder Stimson – Irvine; Kash Kukarudza & Brett Getz – Notre Dame
Girls Doubles – Anna Schick & Kadance Albrecht – Schuler; Chloe Schlosser & Regine Simbulan – St. Mary’s; Sara McFayden & Jordyn Macaulay – Notre Dame
Mixed – Grace Matthews & Tytan Heisler – Irvine; Leah Jetter & Charles Thompson – Seven Persons; Kasen Ireland & Gian Dael – St. Mary’s
The Irvine Tigers finished off a strong regular season winning the girls B league championship played at Notre Dame.
It’s been a long time since the Colts have won the boys A league final. They were able to do so in convincing fashion with an 82 – 49 win over Alexandra.
The Colts Bubu Benjamin led all scorers with 39, including 5 from beyond the 3 point line. Duncan Markie also had a strong showing offensively with 16 points.
The Jayhawks’ Kai Noon scored 19 for the visiting squad.
The number 2 seed St. Mary’s Colts came back from a 9 point deficit at halftime to defeat the number 1 seed CHHS Vikings 53-42. The Vikings were the league’s only undefeated team and had previously defeated the Colts in league play and in tournament play.
The Parkside Pythons won a close game against Crescent Height Vikings, 46-40. Jayda Currence led the way for the Pythons with 16 points, while teammate Capri Booker had 14 points. For the Vikings, Sara Feko had a strong game with 17 points and went 5 for 14 from the free throw line. The Vikings Haven Dillman had 11 points.
The game was tied at 13 at the first quarter and the Pythons went up by 8 at half. Parkside went on a 15-10 run in the third quarter, and despite only scoring a bucket in the fourth quarter held on for the six point win.