Lets Catch Up

Thursday May 19, 2022

by Lori May | May 19, 2022

TODAYS NEWS

The DSBN is creating an Equity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism Student Alliance which is a leadership opportunity to make positive changes and address discrimination, prejudice and racism. They are looking for student input in the form of a focus group. By participating in the focus group, you will directly contribute to the development of this committee.  Posters have been placed near the Main office, the Guidance office, and the 2nd and 3rd floor middle stairwells. Your teachers also have copies of the posters in their classrooms. Scan the QR code from the posters or go to the school website to follow a link to apply online. See Ms. Ranieri in 309 if you have any questions. 

ATTENTION ALL GRADS! Please complete the grad profile questions GOOGLE FORM for yearbook. You have until the end of the weekend so please get it in ASAP! If you do not complete it on time- your bio will NOT appear in the yearbook. 

CLUBS

Robotics club canceled today.  

SPORTS   

 Attention girls softball players, there will be a mandatory meeting in room 112 at lunch on Friday. There is no practice after school on Today, but there will be an optional practice after school tomorrow in preparation for our tournament next Tuesday. Please see Mr Smith or Mr Belding if you have any questions.

Yesterday, the varsity boys baseball team competed in the zone playoffs. The boys started off their day by defeating Westlane in the quarterfinals to book a spot in the semi-finals against baseball powerhouse AN Myer. The boys played in what the league convener deemed “a game for the decades''. Jayden T. pitched three standout innings, gathering much praise from the Myer coaches. The Crossley defence was up for the challenge, highlighted by fantastic catches by Brett K. and Jason S. After falling behind a couple runs after the 3rd inning, the boys showed their relentless determination, with Josh A. and Rowan T. tacking on runs in the 4th and 5th to square up the game at 2’s. Lucas G. was perfect through 3 innings, striking out 4. Entering the 7th and final inning tied at 2, the boys stranded a baserunner sending it to the bottom of the 7th. With 2 outs, and a runner on third, Myer scored on a walk-off passed ball to end the game. Mr. Petro and Mr. Harris would like to thank the team for an outstanding season and are excited for the future of Crossley baseball!