Skewered Meatballs on a bed of rice with pepper stir fry.
Glee Club today is only for the French song « On s’en Va à l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard », which is at 12:30 in Mr. Underhay’s room. If you’re not, regular rehearsals will resume next week.
School wrestling has started on Tuesday from 5:30 – 7:30 in the Cafeteria. This program is for those students wishing to wrestle to compete and for those that would just like to do it in order to get fit.
As a side note, wrestling is great for kids of all ages and sizes. In the past, we have had wrestlers come in at about 30 pounds over weight and over the course of a year, they grew 3 inches and lost 20 pounds. The drills we perform as part of the program involve a lot of lifting, pushing, and pulling that give you a great cardio workout while moving heavy objects.
Girls AA Soccer:
The girls AA soccer team battled Queen Charlotte to a well deserved scoreless draw yesterday at Simmons field. Despite having only 11 players and no subs, the Tigers controlled much of the play. Celia O’Malley was once again solid in nets to earn the shutout and defenders Emma Stanley and Katelyn Doyle broke up numerous threats in their end of the field. The QC defence had a hard time controlling midfielder Autumn Chandler as well as strikers Emma MacIntyre and Emily MacInnis each of whom had good scoring chances. Next game for the Tigers is Tuesday Oct. 4
AA Boys Soccer:
Riad Jaha, Nolan O’Rourke and Parker MacLeod battled hard in a tough loss for the AA boys soccer team yesterday against Queen Charlotte. They are back in action at home today at 4 vs East Wiltshire.
Congratulations to the girls field hockey team as they defeated Summerside 2-0 in last nights play. Chloe Hawes and Hannah Curley scored for the Tigers while Avery Bradley had the shut out. All players interested in playing in the Panthers 3 vs 3 please see Mrs. Steele this morning for more information.
There is no girls field hockey practice today after school.
Stonepark’s boys and girls golf teams had a very successful result in the zone qualifier yesterday at Countryview with each team finishing in top spot. Cole Larkin had the low score for the boys with an 85. Noah Brehaut finished second with 88, and Sam McNeil claimed the third spot with an 89. Nik Reeves finished in a tie for 9th. On the girls side, Kennedy Martin fired a 54, Grace Yeo finished 4th with a 56 and Laurel Drake shot a 69. The two teams will now advance to the provincials next Wednesday at Avondale. Best of luck to both teams!