|BJHS student is Texas bound for Bowl game|
A Brooks Junior High student has been selected to play for U16 Team Alberta that will travel to Texas in January to take part in an International Bowl.
Derek Meidinger was selected to the team based on his performance in this year’s Bantam Bowl played in Lethbridge May 18.
The grade nine student was one of four players from the bantam Roadrunners chosen to play in the game. Full Story >
|BJHS track and field meet results|
Brooks Junior High held their track and field meet last Wednesday. The following are the top three finishers in order of finish for each category.
Hurdles-Chloe Loveless, Kaitlyn Heninger, Janaya Best.
100m-Janaya Best, Alyssa Caverly, Victoria Kelly Stacey.
200m-Alyssa Caverly, Victoria Kelley Stacey, Haylie Redelback.
400m-Alyssa Caverly, Haylie Redelback, Jemiah Dominguez.
800m-Deka Simon, Gabrielle Walliser, Janaya Best.
1500m-Deka Simon, Janaya Best, Shabon Mohamed.
Shot put-Wenah Aurelio, Diamond Tadesse, Khloe Hunt.
Javelin-Alyssa Plourde, Wenah Aurelio, Danya Poole.
High jump-Caley Bryant, Alyssa Caverly, Kaitlyn Heninger.
Triple jump-Caley Bryant, Emma Sinclair, Nadinne Buljubasic.
Long jump-Alyssa Caverly, Haylie Redelback, Kaitlyn Heninger.
Discus-Khloe Hunt, Chloe Loveless, Nyachaing Dak. Full Story >
|Six man all-star game highlights player talent|
The first ever six man football all-star game at McMahon Stadium in Calgary provided plenty of highlights for players.
St. Joseph’s Collegiate was well represented with Julian Annicchiarico serving as head coach of the South team. Also taking part were St. Joseph’s Crusaders team members Sebastian Camacho, Hugo Silva, Zach Delaney, Andres Rojas, Carlos Meza Gomes and Tristan Ring.
“It was a a real honor for me to be the head coach of the south and the six boys that we had from our school were pretty excited,” said Annicchiarico. Full Story >
|Spring football camp a hit for Roadrunners|
Brooks Roadrunners bantam football team recently wrapped up another successful spring camp.
The camp attracted 52 players and all traveled to Medicine Hat to take part in a Spring Thing jamboree.
Team head coach Jaret Hofer’s junior and senior teams opened play with convincing wins over the Parkside Pythons.
“We had more power, speed, finesse and that is a bad combination for the other team,” he said.
But Parkside was very young and they look very promising for the future, said Hofer.
The second game was against the Medicine Hat Colts and it was the same result. Full Story >