The St. Mary’s Celtics boys volleyball team hopes history repeats itself in some aspects and not others as it heads down the home stretch to its season. The team is preparing for both its 2A South Zone tournament that starts this Thursday at Lethbridge College and also as hosts of provincials from Nov. 23-25. St. Mary’s Celtics have taken the zone banner the last two years and hope to make it a third at Lethbridge College.
The table has been set for a rematch after the W.R. Myers Rebels football team dispatched the Rundle College Cobras 28-14 in its Tier IV provincial quarterfinal game on the road on Saturday. “It was kind of fun to get to travel to Calgary for this game. Being a private school, Rundle College have their own artificial turf field, so we knew that at the very least, we’d have good footing to play on.
Southern Alberta High School Football League handed out its awards earlier this month at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute and W.R. Myers Rebels proved prominent in various categories. Divided into Division ‘A’ and Division ‘B’ where Myers competes, five players from the Rebels squad were selected as either Most Outstanding Player or an all-star. On the offensive side, bellcow runningback Ryan Mankow earned an all-star nod. “Ryan is such a devastating force to deal with.
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Selecting a term
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