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    Two Myer Runners Qualify for OFSAA!!

    For a second year in a row, Myer sent  two runners to the 2017 OFSAA Cross Country Championships. This year, the championships were held in Petawawa on November 4, 2017.  Qualifying an impressive 2nd and 4th at the SOSSA cross country championships at Christie Lake Conservation Area on October 26th, both Larissa Adamo and Kayleigh Bush competed in a tough senior girls race with lots of heart and determination. Facing wind, a hilly course and the first snowfall of the running season, Larissa Adamo placed 72th and Kayleigh Bush finished 134rd out of 271 of the best female senior runners in the province. Congratulations on a highly successful season ladies!!



    The Senior Boys Volleyball Team recently won their 9th consecutive Zone 3 Championship!!

    senior Boys Vollyball

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    Curlers Rock! 

    Pictured above in the front row from left to right is:  Nicholas Vadacchino, Victor Pietrangelo, Jessica Zheng and Meghan Ford. In the back row from left to right is: Michael Huang, Tyler Mills, Sourena Noori, Kate Phillips, Abby Zwarun & Maxie Pasetto.

    The Myer Girls and Boys Curling Teams recently participated in the Gore Mutual Insurance Zone 13 High School Curling Competition on December 2 & 3th at the Welland Curling Club. The girls team captured the "A" side championship title by winning a close match in the finals against their rival E.L. Crossley. The boys team won the "B" Side Championship after losing their first game to E.L. Crossley and winning five games in a row. Both teams earned a berth into the next level of the Competition, the Gore Regional Competition, to be held in Ilderton Ontario on February 3 and 4. This is a prestigious Curling Competition sponsored by the Ontario Curling Association, and the girls and boys are to be congratulated for their performance on the weekend. The Zone 13 Competition included teams from the Niagara Region all the way up to the Hamilton/Burlington Area.


    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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