Morinville Sports Shorts

It was a big weekend for sports in Morinville. From floor curling at the render-vous to basketball at home and out of town, Morinville athletes did what they do best.

Wolves take 3A Zones
Above: The MCHS Wolves Senior Girls took 3A Zones Saturday afternoon with a 50-32 win. They are off to provincials in Taber next weekend. We hope they do not break the town’s new bylaw for not allowing more than three people to gather in one place.
– Submitted Photo

Something to cheer about
The Morinville Communit yHigh School Cheer Team does a demonstration in the school gymnasium Thursday night during the school’s annual Open House & Job Fair.
– Lucie Roy Photo


Basketball Zones
The MCHS Wolves defeated the R.F.Staples Secondary School Thunderbirds in the opening game of Zones Friday. Morinville Community High School hosted the North Central Alberta School’s Athletic Association Senior Boys Basketball Championship on Friday and Saturday. Teams from Barrhead, Athabasca, Westlock, Whitecourt, Edson, Drayton Valley Onoway and Morinville are competing for the Championship title. Zone results were not available by our press deadline.
– Lucie Roy Photo

Primeau takes fifth place
G.H.Primeau’s mixed relay team (8x200m) came in 5th in the Running Room Games finals Saturday night at the Butterdome. They qualified in preliminaries Mar. 10, advanced from the semi-finals Saturday morning and then placed 5th in the finals Saturday night.

– Submitted Photo

floor curling

Floor curling
Emil Schiller, president of the Alberta Floor Curling Association, indicates to his team mate where the rock should be delivered. Twenty-four teams from Zones 5, 6 and 7 came out to the Alberta Floor Curling Association Floor Curling Tournament at the rendez-Vous tournament Friday.

– Lucie Roy Photo

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