Dinsmore Composite School
Congratulations to all our DCS track athletes that attended the meet in Outlook May 16th. Dinsmore had great performances on a very warm and windy day. There may be a few red shoulders and legs around the school today. Thank you to Mrs. Rychlo, Mrs. Orban and our student helpers that worked at the Javelin event as well as Mrs. McPhail for driving the bus.
Some event highlights include:
- Cole Buchanan 2nd in Midget boys Javelin
- Taylor Ahrends-Burton 2nd in Junior boys hurdles
- Shae Simonson 2nd in both Junior boys Discus and Javelin
- Hailley Mann won Midget girls discus
- Brooklyn Hilderman won Midget girls 400m and 800m
- Wyatt Jones won the Midget boys Long Jump
- and Triple Jump. and . . . Jordyn Mann broke all of her sister Kennedy's records while winning shot put, discus and javelin!!
- The top 6 in each event will move on to the District Track and field championships in Outlook on May 26th.
Lance Morrison B.Sc.
P.E. '95 B.Ed. '97
Athletic Director - Dinsmore Composite School
The Dinsmore Composite School Senior Badminton
The team had a short brilliant season. The team consisted of Jordyn Mann and Parker Atkinson as well as Julia Christiansen and Tyler Thomson in Mixed Doubles. Robert deCaux and Josh McPhail as well as Cole Buchanan and Shae Simonson in Boys Doubles. Julia Menke played Girls Singles.
The team had a exhibition night in Beechy on Apr. 12. The Jordyn/ Parker and Robert/Josh then played Sectionals in Lucky Lake on Apr. 24th. Jordyn and Parker qualified for Districts in Rosetown on Apr. 28th and finished 3rd in the District.
Mr. Morrison would like to thank the team and the parents for the dedication to the season and look forward to next season.
This season for Dinsmore Composite School Jr. Badminton was busy for all. With a total of 26 players signed up in the beginning there was a lot of interest. We travelled to Beechy, Kyle, and hosted our own tournament in Dinsmore. Students who atteneded practice gave Ms.Blomert and Mrs. Sobkowicz some much needed entertainment and laughs. We really enjoyed coaching you all this year.
Dylan, Troy, Bailey, Brooklyn, Alisha, Hailley M., Wyatt, Brady, Spencer, Tristen, and Ryan represented DCS at sectionals in Elrose. We have some tough games going to three sets and came out with seven athletes advancing to districts. Dylan, Ryan, Tristen, Logan, Mason, Alisha, and Hailley M. attended districts in Kindersley. This was a great learning experience for all as we saw a high quality of competition. We were complimented for our sportsman ship and our determination and grit during games. Dylan played with incredible determination as he was met with some amazing competition. He never gave up and played as hard as he could. Ryan and Tristen played their hearts our as well and both teams ended up losing out in the round robin. Logan and Mason made it to the play offs but lost to Elrose and gained 4th place overall. Hailley M and Alisha made it through the day undefeated until the gold metal final match. They placed 2nd overall. Congrats to all athletes on their amazing accomplishments and growth this season.
The Dinsmore Senior badminton team played in the South Section playoffs in Lucky Lake on Tuesday Apr. 24th. Josh McPhail/Robert deCaux competed in Boys Doubles. Jordyn Mann/Parker Atkinson competed in Mixed Doubles. Josh and Robert had 3 very competitive matches. Jordyn and Parker won all their matches. Jordyn and Parker will move on to the West Central District Championships this coming Saturday Apr. 28th in Rosetown.
The West Central Junior Curling districts were held in Eston this past weekend on Mar. 16/17. Dinsmore Composite School won the District Mixed title. They defeated Kyle 5-1 in the final. Pictured are Ryan Kako (skip), Tristen Flath (3rd), Brady Mann (second), Easton Genest (second) and Spencer Flath (lead). Mrs. Lori Beattie (Coach, Not pictured)
Dinsmore Composite school held its annual Skate-a-thon fundraiser for Telemiracle today at the Dinsmore Memorial Arena. 100 students and staff took to the ice for an exciting hour of skating together. After skating the local Kinsmen club held a Steak/Hotdog Telemiracle fundraising lunch for over 140 members of the school and community. Thank you to everyone for the support.
The Skate-a-thon raised $1640.00 and the luncheon raised another $1015.00 Total $2655.00.