Thursday February 21, 2019

posted Feb 21, 2019, 6:29 AM by Yvonne Holbrook ‎[Staff]‎

·         On Tuesday OT swimmers competed at Guelph  for GHAC and the following athletes are going to OFSAA;  Reese Anderson, Kristen Banks, Lauren Chan, Jennifer Dryden, Kyle Grabke, Hashim Haba, Kiara Lee, Jack Li, Ethan Ma, Hunter Mackinnon, Cameron Montague, Ruby Nelson, Ava Sergio, Thomas Verth, and Patrick Williams.  These athletes now look forward to the next two weeks of preparation towards OFSAA at the Toronto Pan Am pool.


·         There will be a Math Club meeting tomorrow after school in room 216.  We will be preparing for Pascal, Cayley and Fermat contests, which are held next Tuesday.


·         The Varsity girls hockey team hosted MM Robinson yesterday.  The girls dominated from the start and earned a 9 – 0 win.  Goals scored by Katie Bouwman, Ella Smyth, Brooke Westwater, Ainsley Morrison, Paige Murray and Taylor Stanford.  Great job to Brooke Westwater on her well -deserved Player of the Game.  Well done to Paige Oliver on another shutout.


·         Are you a star ready to be born?  The audition sign up sheet for the One Act Drama Festival has been posted outside the theater.  Auditions will be held next week on Tuesday and Wednesday after school.  Any questions please see Ms Muzzatti and Ms Cheeko.


·         There will be a Relay Finance Committee meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30 AM in room 195.


·         Yesterday OT took 3 bands to compete at Musicfest in Hamilton.  The Jr Jazz Ensemble played 3 pieces in 3 contrasting styles and featured improvised solos from Ben Swan, Devon Kamra Lyons, Noah Tedesco and Belle Sager.  They played very well and earned bronze.  The Sr Jazz Ensemble also competed with featured solos from Ethan Smith, Gillian Miller and Michael Zhang.  They walked away with a silver ranking.  The Wind Ensemble which is made of 78 students competed yesterday as well.  They played 30 minutes of music which featured solos from Gratiana Chen, Ben Li, Rebecca Li, Mackenzie Orlando, Kevin Li, Michael Zhang, Mitchell Switzer and Tara Downie.  Their performance, which was in the Grade 12 difficulty level earned them a silver ranking.