Field hockey is over for the season at AESS

Field hockey over for AESS

Volleyball season starts with losses to Abbotsford Christian and Credo

There were many strong games played by the Eagles and Chieftains over the past weeks.

The Senior Girls Field Hockey Team played a great game against Clayton Heights, just managing to pull up for the win with a score of 2-1.  A tough game was played as the girls tackled the field trying to get their second win of the week. They came up short, loosing against North Delta 3-1. Megan Debruin and Kaelin Duncan played very strong games.

The Senior Volleyball team kicked off the season playing tough games against both Abbotsford Christian and Credo. The boys along with senior girl player Alex Simpson played well but came up short in the end losing to both teams. Moisie Cercel and Carl Graham were both strong players on the court.

The Junior Boys played strong games against Unity, Vedder, and Rosedale. All the boys played a great game against Unity Christian and managed to bring home a win. However they weren’t able to defeat either Vedder or Rosedale. All the boys played great but Tomas Walton, Shawn Bushel, Daniel Charlton and Mamadou Diarra stood out on the floor.

 

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