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Blog: Wednesday, February 23rd, 2022

Panthers Sports Update

By Andrew Macphail


Our one-man team of Gurjot qualified for the BC Championships this week at the Pacific Coliseum on February 24 to March 1. Gurjot has had a great season so far finishing first in several tournaments. He won his weight class at the EVAA Championships. He has a great opportunity to win a medal at the championships. 

Junior Girls

The junior girls had a successful season. They finished 5th in league play with a 4-6 record. The girls qualified for the AMSSAA playoffs and narrowly missed out on the Eastern Valley Playoffs. The girls improved all year and were very competitive. 

Junior Boys

The junior boys finished third in league play with a 7-2 record. They finished 4th in the AMSSAA playoffs and qualified for the EVAA playoffs. The boys won their first game against RE Mountain and then lost a very close game to MEI which would have qualified the team for the BC Championships. The team has applied for an at large berth for the BC’s based on there strong record. They will find out this week.

Grade 9 Boys

The grade 9 boys have had a very successful season so far. The team finished first in league play with a 7-0 record and second in the AMSSAA playoffs by losing in the final to Mouat by 2 points. This qualified the boys for the EVAA playoffs where they finished second by beating Sardis and Walnut Grove and lost a close game to Mouat in the final. The boys have qualified for the BC Championships from March 3 to 6.  

Senior Girls

The senior girls finished third in league play with a 7-4 record and second in the EVAA championships. They have qualified for the BC Championships at the LEC on March 2 to 5. .

Senior Boys

The senior boys finished first in league play with a 9-1 record.  They received a bye into the semi finals which will be played Feb 24. If the boys win, they will be in the EVAA Final and secure a spot in the BC Championships. The boys also played a fantastic exhibition game on Tuesday, February 22 against Yale at home in their final game at Abby where students and parents were able to come out and support the team.