Basketball wrap up

The Junior High Girls Basketball team finished second at the Clearview & Region Athletics (CARA) in Stettler on March 2. From the left, back row: Sydney Renschler, Abbigale Fuller, Gracie Bagshaw, Ashley Renschler, Grace Roland and Nola Fuller. Middle row: Addison Charbonneau and Veronica Virgo. Front row: Alyssa Kuefler and Josie Kneller. ECA Review/Submitted

In basketball action, the Theresetta Catholic School Junior Girls team ended their season with a second place finish at the Clearview & Region Athletics (CARA) championship, which includes teams from around the area competing for a seat in the final tournament of the year, Central Western Alberta Jr. High Athletics Association (CWAJHAA).

At CARA on March 2, the girls battled hard to post wins against the Donalda and Erskine teams in round robin play.

They then faced off against William E. Hay from Stettler in the final match and played hard but ultimately came home with second place.

CWAJHAA was held at Rocky Mountain House on Wed. March 13 to finish off their year.

The tournament was made up of the final four of the eight top teams from their league around the central western area.

The girls lost both games at the final tournament, first against Destiny Christian and then Bentley in the 3rd/4th consolation final.

The girls had a great season as the squad went undefeated in league play and won three of the tournaments that they attended.

Boys basketball wrap up

The boy’s basketball team went to CARA to battle for their spot in CWAJHAA.

The team played hard and had a fun day but ultimately lost the bronze medal match to Coronation.

Badminton tournament

The badminton team had their first tournament in Stettler on Sat. March 16. It was a smaller tournament and the Theresetta Knights were super happy to come away winning some type of medal in every single event.

Players competed in singles and doubles having lots of playing time during the full day.

Out of 24 teams, 19 medalled, with a tally of eight gold, six silver and five bronze.


by K. Smawley

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