It's been another busy Term of sport here at the College. The girls have shown fantastic sportsmanship and determination at every event, even in the face of some icy cold, wet and muddy weather.
SCSA Indoor Soccer
The SCSA Indoor Soccer competition took place in Albert Park on 2 May. All of our teams demonstrated impressive talent and skills and there was a healthy dose of smiles and giggles to brighten up the day.
Juniors 5th, Intermediates 3rd, Seniors 2nd(missing out by one point, following an intense Grand Final).
The SCSA Badminton competition proved a tough contest, but the girls showed skill and determination in every match. Encouragement and teamwork characterised the day, lifting spirits and pushing the girls to do their best, no matter what the score.
Juniors 6th, Intermediates 4th, Seniors 5th.
Our Athletics team took part in the Division 1 competition in Albert Park on an icy cold, wet autumn day.
Despite the weather the girls performed brilliantly; their positive attitude and sportsmanship was exceptional, making us proud.
A special shout out to our victorious Juniors for their extraordinary efforts and talent on the day.
Congratulations also to Holly Hodges who broke the Year 12 Javelin record throwing 29.80m and Paityn Horne, Natasha Kindler, Meg Robinson and Sienna Kurdian who won the Division 1 Medley Relay for the first time.
Thank you to all the helpers who came and assisted on the day, your effort and encouragement was greatly appreciated.
Juniors 1st, Intermediates 3rdand Seniors 4th. Overall we came 3rdfor the day.
Cross Country Relay
Long distance runners, Jennifer Sahely, Ashleigh Gasson, Penny Dousset and Georgia O’Halloran took part in the Athletics Victoria Cross Country Road Relay at Princes Park in Carlton on 25 May.
The girls were required to run 2.2km and finished with a combined time of 34.11 minutes, placing them 10thin the competition.
Congratulations to Georgia O’Halloran who had the fastest time of the day with 8.7 minutes.
The SCSA Basketball competition took place at MSAC on 27 May. A jam-packed day, with very few breaks, did not stop our teams from losing their positive attitude and showcasing their amazing talent in every game.
Well done to all the girls for their outstanding sportsmanship and efforts. Our Seniors really proved their talent in a nail-biting Grand Final, well and truly earning their 1stplace in Division 1.
Junior A 4th, Junior B 2nd, Intermediates 5thand Seniors 1st.
Taylah Robinson competed in the State finals of the Independent Schools Golf Tournament in Frankston, in extremely windy and rainy conditions.
Taylah performed incredibly well all day coming home strong on the back nine holes. In the face of some tough competition, Taylah placed 4thin the year 7-9 age division, with a round of 93 – a fantastic effort.
MCC Cross Country
Our Middle School Cross Country competitors faced cold, wet and muddy conditions, but pushed through with enthusiasm and good humour, encouraging each other along the way.
The track was filled with vibrant colours as students dressed in their house colours and showed resilience on their run to collect points for their house. The course led them to Grants Picnic ground where they enjoyed a lunch break after a challenging run to the finish line.
Gibbons 1st- Year 7 division, Chisholm 1st- Year 8 division and Lyons 1st– Year 9 division. Gibbons placed 1stoverall.
Congratulations to Mady Merrett for placing 1stfor the 3rdyear in a row and for running the fastest time of the day with 9 minutes and 55 seconds.
Congratulations also to the top three Year Level winners:
1st– Sophie Johnstone
2nd– Sienna Hayman
3rd– Ella Edwards
1st– Jessica Pacevski
2nd– Charli Hart
3rd– Danielle Cooke
1st– Madyson Merrett
2nd– Nikki Stanic
3rd– Indigo Keating
SCSA Cross County
Our SCSA Cross Country runners braved cold, wet weather at Yarra Park on 18 June. Their athletic persistence and determination to get to the finish line never wavered, as they cheered each other on throughout the day.
Juniors 4th, Intermediates 1st, Seniors 3rd.
Sophie Johnstone (Junior) placed 9th, Ashleigh Gasson (Intermediate) placed 2nd, Jennifer Sahely (Intermediate) placed 9th, Lucy Taylor (Senior) placed 7th and Kirsten Andrich (Senior) placed 9th.
The weather was definitely on our side at the SCSA Hockey Competition, with blue skies and a radiant sun the perfect playing conditions. The level of competition was very high all day making the games very close. Both teams played off in the Grand Final with seniors just missing out on the win.
Seniors 2nd, Juniors 1st, after a tense penalty shoot out.
Congratulations to all who have competed in sports throughout the Term, we look forward to an equally exciting Term 3.