SC Colt/Arden of the Week
Ethan Murdoch is our Colt of the week for his hard work and leadership. Ethan has started the season playing multiple roles for the team. He has played nearly every position during the course our first, two games. Ethan has been a great example of hard work and coach-ability to teammates both in practice and games. His selfless play has helped lead the Jr. Colts to a 2-0 start to the season.
Kara Johner is our Arden of the week for her dedication and dynamism at the Comp. Kara started the season learning to be a point guard for the Junior Ardens at the same time as being an integral part of The Sound of Music as an assistant stage manager. She helped get the Ardens to a second place finish in our home tourney and has been a positive influence on the floor and in practice. Congrats Kara!
CLASSY: The Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association (SHSAA) has recognized the positive spirit in victory and defeat of three soccer teams from the South West Athletic Conference (SWAC). The Herbert Laurels boys team and the Swift Current Comprehensive High School Ardens and Colts received their SHSAA/ SaskMilk sportsmanship banners during presentations at an assembly at each school, Dec. 14. The banner recipients were selected after the conduct of teams were observed during the provincial soccer championships in October. The Herbert Laurels won the consolation final at the 1A boys provincial championship in Lake Lenore. The Swift Current Colts finished fourth at the 3A boys provincial championship in Saskatoon and the Swift Current Ardens lost the consolation final at the 3A girls provincial championship in Prince Albert. ABOVE: The Ardens and Colts soccer teams with their SHSAA/SaskMilk sportsmanship banners after the presentation ceremony, Dec. 14.
Members of the Swift Current Colts soccer team watch as teammate Felix Danquah (standing, at left) and Colts captain Jaedyn Carefoot unfurl the sportsmanship banner during the presentation.
SHSAA Assistant Executive Director Dave Sandomirsky ( centre) speaks during the SCCHS presentation. The banner is held by Ardens team captain Allison Wall.