Royal fight hard for city championships

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

With playoff games steadily approaching, the Ancaster High Royals continue to fight hard to make their way to city championships.

The Junior and Senior girls basketball teams have both shown outstanding efforts. The girls defeated MacNab 34-16. Three days later, they faced off against the strong G. P. Vanier. The girls demonstrated a great team effort and the players made a lot of the shots on net for a 44-29 victory. On the same night, the Senior girls faced off against rivals Westdale Warriors.

“We knew we had our work cut out for us,” said Grade 12 player Madison Behr.

The game was very intense. With one minute left, the score was 36-35 for Ancaster. The girls managed to keep the top position and ended up scoring a few more shots on net for a 41-37 win.

As the football season comes to an end, the team looks back on what they have learned in the past two months.

“This year our team had a good group of guys who plan on coming back next year so we know we are sure in for a good season. The group has really come together and played as a team in the past few weeks,” said senior player Garrett Jones.

The team faced off against Glendale on Oct. 28 at Ivor Wynne stadium. The team had a short bench, and despite good efforts, the Royals lost 22-15.

With the pressure of city championships building, both the Junior and Senior boys volleyball teams continue their consistent streak to move into the playoffs. On Oct. 28, the Juniors defeated Westdale 2-1. On Oct. 19, the Seniors faced off against Highland and MacNab. Outstanding plays were made by the Royals in both games for 2-0 victories.

Both teams are excited to advance to the playoffs next week.

Royal fight hard for city championships

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

With playoff games steadily approaching, the Ancaster High Royals continue to fight hard to make their way to city championships.

The Junior and Senior girls basketball teams have both shown outstanding efforts. The girls defeated MacNab 34-16. Three days later, they faced off against the strong G. P. Vanier. The girls demonstrated a great team effort and the players made a lot of the shots on net for a 44-29 victory. On the same night, the Senior girls faced off against rivals Westdale Warriors.

“We knew we had our work cut out for us,” said Grade 12 player Madison Behr.

The game was very intense. With one minute left, the score was 36-35 for Ancaster. The girls managed to keep the top position and ended up scoring a few more shots on net for a 41-37 win.

As the football season comes to an end, the team looks back on what they have learned in the past two months.

“This year our team had a good group of guys who plan on coming back next year so we know we are sure in for a good season. The group has really come together and played as a team in the past few weeks,” said senior player Garrett Jones.

The team faced off against Glendale on Oct. 28 at Ivor Wynne stadium. The team had a short bench, and despite good efforts, the Royals lost 22-15.

With the pressure of city championships building, both the Junior and Senior boys volleyball teams continue their consistent streak to move into the playoffs. On Oct. 28, the Juniors defeated Westdale 2-1. On Oct. 19, the Seniors faced off against Highland and MacNab. Outstanding plays were made by the Royals in both games for 2-0 victories.

Both teams are excited to advance to the playoffs next week.

Royal fight hard for city championships

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

With playoff games steadily approaching, the Ancaster High Royals continue to fight hard to make their way to city championships.

The Junior and Senior girls basketball teams have both shown outstanding efforts. The girls defeated MacNab 34-16. Three days later, they faced off against the strong G. P. Vanier. The girls demonstrated a great team effort and the players made a lot of the shots on net for a 44-29 victory. On the same night, the Senior girls faced off against rivals Westdale Warriors.

“We knew we had our work cut out for us,” said Grade 12 player Madison Behr.

The game was very intense. With one minute left, the score was 36-35 for Ancaster. The girls managed to keep the top position and ended up scoring a few more shots on net for a 41-37 win.

As the football season comes to an end, the team looks back on what they have learned in the past two months.

“This year our team had a good group of guys who plan on coming back next year so we know we are sure in for a good season. The group has really come together and played as a team in the past few weeks,” said senior player Garrett Jones.

The team faced off against Glendale on Oct. 28 at Ivor Wynne stadium. The team had a short bench, and despite good efforts, the Royals lost 22-15.

With the pressure of city championships building, both the Junior and Senior boys volleyball teams continue their consistent streak to move into the playoffs. On Oct. 28, the Juniors defeated Westdale 2-1. On Oct. 19, the Seniors faced off against Highland and MacNab. Outstanding plays were made by the Royals in both games for 2-0 victories.

Both teams are excited to advance to the playoffs next week.