Seniors Curling Tournament
Congratulationsto Sarah Poudrier from the Senior Girls basketball team and Anthony Johnson from the Senior Boys hockey team as they have been named Piper Athletes of the month for November.
Poudrier is one of two returning starters from last year’s team and she has demonstrated her leadership in the early stages of the season by leading the team in scoring and rebounds in all three games. The Sawyerville native scored 40 points in 3 games, pulled in 30 rebounds and accumulated a dozen steals. The three-year senior was also named co-captain by head coach Glenn Faucher as she exemplifies a teamfirst attitude and clearly leads by example on and off the court. The grade eleven student was also on the Principal’s List for her outstanding academic achieve- terbacks the team power play and kills penalties. Two of his goals were also shorthanded goals.
Thank-you to Bishop’s University Athletics for acknowledging the athletic achievements of these fine student athletes. A seniors curling tournament was held on November 27th, 28th and the 29th at the Border Curling club. Participants came from Cowansville, Magog, Sherbrooke, Lennoxville, North Hatley and Stanstead. This year’s winners, from North Hatley, were skipped by Jim Ransehousan. Team members include Ovila Jean, Dave Wilson, Norm Gelinas and Mike Rochette as spare. ment in term one.
Johnson broke his collarbone last year so he only played a dozen games and was not able to show his on ice creativity like he has this year. The East-Angus native has brought his teammates and fans to their feet with his speed and quick hands to score seven goals in 7 games and has set up six other goals for a total of 13 points. Two of his goals were game winning goals. The Grade 10 student was also named to the Alexander Galt Tournament all-star team for his achievements on the ice. The right-winger is an allround player as he quar-