The Hoop Classic took place over the weekend and that’s the signal of the beginning of a new season for our boys and girls basketball teams. The girls lost their first two games to MVHS and Saint John High but made the last game of the tournament count beating Leo Hayes 57-50. Although losing the first two games, they played hard and competitively against some tough matchups. Player of the game honor went to Alicia Galley.
The boy’s hockey team have two big league games scheduled for this week. On Thursday night at 7:30 the Tommies will face off against rival MVHS Pulamoo at the LBA. Make sure to come out and support! On Friday night the boys will travel to Bathurst to take on the Bathurst High Phantoms for a 7:00 start. These are two important games for the Tommies. After starting the season with a 0-3 record, the boys hope to win these games to get back in the win column.
Girls Tommie Varsity Basketball team is working hard to prepare for the Hoop Classic this coming weekend. They will be playing their first game at 6:15 against their rivals MV on Thursday at MVHS. Good luck girls! They are really looking forward to their season ahead with 30 games scheduled, including 6 tournaments.
This Thursday November 17th 2016, we will be having a green and gold day to support hoop classic this weekend. We will also be doing the mannequin challenge in the lounge at 12, if you would like to participate make sure you are there by 12 at lunch. Show your support wear green N’ Gold!! Go Tommie’s!
Parent-Teacher interviews will be held this Thursday night from 4 until 6 and Friday morning from 9 until 11. If you can not make it and wish to speak to a teacher please contact the school and/or email the teacher you wish to speak to.
Shortly after the Hoop Classic, the boys varsity basketball team will begin their season November 23rd, on the road against Sugarloaf. After finishing 3rd in league play last year, they will be looking to make a statement that night.
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