Secondary Sport

From the Secondary Sport Coordinator

Ms Meg Henderson
Secondary Sport Coordinator

Term 4 Sport

The summer season of sport has now come to an end with all Senior and Junior teams having played their last games in Week 6. It has been fantastic to see so many students being active with their friends throughout the term and developing their skills. Each week they have shown commitment and dedication to their chosen Secondary sport team and displayed amazing school spirit and sportsmanship.

We congratulate the following Term 4 premiership teams:

Secondary Sport Term 1, 2023

Nominations for Term 1 Sport 2023 are now open. Information regarding Term 1 sport for Year 7-12 students next year has been emailed to students and place in the school bulletin. Please refer to the table below for information regarding nominations and sports offered to Year 7-12 students in Term 1 2022.

Term 4 Knockout Sport

Our Year 9/10 Knockout Basketball Team progressed through to the Division 2 SA Schools Statewide Final in Week 5, after defeating Cedar College & Charles Campbell College earlier in the term.

The girls put in an amazing effort, winning 2 out of 4 games on the day against Wirreanda and Eastern Fleurieu. To make it through to the finals and play so well is such an amazing accomplishment. We can’t wait to see how far they go next year!

Year 9-10 Knockout Basketball Team

Sporting Spotlight!

AASCF Cheer & Dance National Championship

A big congratulations to Year 10 Student, Josie who travelled to the Gold Coast for the AASCF Cheer & Dance National Championships on the weekend. Her cheer & lyrical teams came second & her hip hop team came 4th. What an awesome achievement!

Winner of the Indaily Emerging Athlete of the Year Award

Congratulations to Year 12 Taylor, who won the last two Junior Athlete of the Year awards. She is signed to D1 NCAA college – San Jose and well as having the opportunity to travel to the Canada Cup to represent Australian Diamonds team. Taylor has become a role model to those at her club, to our SAC students and to the wider community. Taylor also coaches the Tea Tree Gully SAPSASA district at the annual SAPSASA softball carnival and helped coach Port Adelaide Softball Club’s first ever t-ball program during the last season.

Well done, Taylor! We are so proud of you!