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Swim Team Going to OFSAA
Congratulations to the AN Myer swim team who competed at the SOSSA swim championships at Brock on Thursday. If you see any of these individuals in the hall, please congratulate them. The girls senior relay, consisting of Beth Hunter-French, Paje Brennan, Jenna Petkovitch and Izzie Bonaldo qualified for OFSSA with a relay Best time of 2:13:21. The senior boys relay of Dylan Loundsbury, Peyton Kipp, Kenan Elayan and Bryce Sutton also qualified for OFSSA with a time of 2:05:09. Congrats to Paje Brennan who came first overall in her event with a season’s best 100 metre breast stroke time, and Peyton Kipp who qualified for OFSSA for 100 metre breast. Brooke Dent, Kayleigh Bush and Brock Coffin also competed at SOSSA and put in competitive times at the competition.The Myer swim team was 25 strong this year and had a great season, representing Myer exceptionally well and achieving personal best times consistently this season at all 3 meets.
Myer Girls Qualify
for Provincials for the 4th year in a Row!
Members of the team from left to right in the picture are Megan Ford, Jessica Zheng, Kate Phillips, Abby Zwarun, Maxie Pasetto and Mrs. Rodgers (coach)
On February 3rd & 4th, the A.N. Myer Girl’s Curling Team moved one step closer to defending their 2017 Gore Mutual Schoolgirl Provincial Curling Title by going undefeated at the Regional Competition in Ilderton. The girls are now 1 of 8 teams that have qualified for the Prestigious Gore Mutual Schoolgirl Curling Title which is being held in Sarnia on Feb 15th-17th. After capturing the Zone 13 title in December, the girls team went on to compete at the regional competition, which included qualifying teams from Zones 13 through 16 (spanning the Niagara Region all the way to the Windsor area). The girls won their first game 12-0 against Huron Park Secondary School of Woodstock, followed by St. Patrick High School of Sarnia 10 to 3 and then Vincent Massey of Windsor 6-4. The girls now hold an 12-0 record so far for this season.
All Hail Macbeth
The Myer English Department went to see William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" yesterday in Toronto as put on by The Classical Theatre Project. The production was intriguing and exciting, portraying a darkly supernatural undertone coupled with well-choreographed fight scenes. Overall, the trip was a great success - look out for more Shakespeare trips in the future
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