The Unity Composite High School senior girls’ basketball team hosted their third annual Pink Game, Friday, March 3, to raise funds for breast cancer research. See the March 10th Press-Herald for more details and additional photos.
Lots of photos of local youth in next week’s issue of the Unity Wilkie Press-Herald! You don’t want to miss it as along with the photos, you will find:
- a response from Canadian Blood Services regarding removal of blood donor clinics from Unity;
- an article and photos from junior high district curling hosted by Unity Curling Club;
- and article on and colourful photos from the UCHS senior girls’ fundraising “pink” basketball game; and
- a return of the Faith Matters column!
Below, Coach Mathew Poirier takes a shot during the Unity Composite High School “Pink Game,” held to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer. In the second photo, the UCHS senior girls play “keep-away” while the boys decide on their next move. Photos by and courtesy of James Herrick. (Pick up your local community newspaper for more photos!)
The Luseland School’s junior girls’ basketball team, the Lords, came to Unity January 24 and 25 to compete in the UCHS girls’ home tournament. Girls from Major also play on the Lords team, and there are a couple of photos of them, along with Unity players, in the February 3 issue of the Unity-Wilkie Press-Herald.
Following are some additional photos from action during the games between the Luseland girls and both the Unity A and the Unity B teams.
The junior girls’ basketball team at Unity Composite High School hosted their home tournament January 24 and 25. A last-minute cancellation by a visiting team had the Junior Warriors fill in the hole in the schedule by breaking up into two teams. Enjoy the photos from the all-Unity game!
The junior girls’ coach is community volunteer Darren Stifter.
For the Unity A vs. Unity B game, injured player Daphne Boser filled in as the second coach.