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Sr. Assistant Director
Executive Director CIAAA
To advocate involvement in school sport as an integral part of education and to provide governance of inter school sport activities for high school students through fair play and equal opportunity.
Program Director Unified Sports
This year’s event was held at Lethbridge Collegiate Institute on February 28-29. There were 122 athletes participating (43 girls and 79 boys) from 28 different schools across Alberta.
For the opening ceremonies the wrestlers were greeted by LCI’s principal Wayne Pallett and ASAA Wrestling Commissioner Keith Daye. The athlete’s oath was given by LCI’s Camille Bly and Sophie Strong.
Overall the 2-day tournament was successful and there were no interruptions or injuries. The wrestlers exhibit outstanding displays of effort, integrity, fair play, and good sportsmanship on and off the wrestling mat.
Congratulations to all that participated and to those who qualified for Provincials at Crescent Heights High School in Calgary on March 13-14th and special congratulations to the following Rural Banner winning schools:
LETTER FROM THE HOST DAVID FLETCHER:
The Lethbridge Curling Club is an amazing 10 sheet facility and it played host to the 2020 High School Curling Provincials. From the onset, we could tell this was going to be an excellent and exciting event.
The players came in from all parts of our province with smiles and anticipation over the prospects of a provincial title.
The Opening Ceremonies included a bag piper and words from the Mayor and curling celebrity, Casey Scheidegger.
The banquet included video messages from other curling greats, a curling game show, and a performance by the LCI band and an LCI student / curler who recently won the International Accordion title.
The curling was top-notch and it treated viewers, both at the rink and those at home (through the live stream), the chance to see the amazing talent that this province has to offer.
A Special Message From the Commissioners