The AESS Junior Boys Volleyball team have been crowned Fraser Valley Champions of 2013.

Senior girls take win in Mission

AESS teams doing well in all sports, Athletics club reports

Well Field Hockey is officially over at Agassiz elementary secondary. The Senior Girls team travelled to Mission last Thursday to play against West View. The girls took the win with a score of 3-0. Thank you to Hannah and Camryn for stepping up to help the girls out. The girls were in Surrey all day Monday playing in the Fraser Valley Championship. The girls won their first game against Clayton Heights then lost to both Southridge and G.W. Graham. The girls also played a second game verse Clayton that day but lost during the shoot out. The girls send special thanks to coach, Mr. Wiley for his dedication and endless support this season.

The Grade 7 team ended their season on Monday playing games against both G.W. Graham and Vedder. The girls played well tying the game against G.W. Graham but coming up short against Vedder. The girls had a great season and would like to thank Mrs. Graham for coaching them.

The Senior Boys Volleyball team also played their final home game last Thursday. The boys, along with Senior girl player Alex Simpson lost a tough game against Abby Christian School. Moise Cercel, Jade Solemon and Ross McInroy all played a strong game.

Also Congratulations to the Junior Boys volleyball team who have been crowned Fraser Valley Champions of 2013!

 

Submitted by the AESS Athletics Club

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