March – Initiative: To do what needs to be done without being told. To have a fresh approach.

 

Makinley Dumond has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF MARCH.  Makinley puts a considerable amount of effort into attending all practices and tournaments on a regular basis. She consistently demonstrates improvement and is always willing to “fill-in” for other players when needed or asked. Makinley is consistently a positive influence to others and always keeps the team energy high. Your coaches are very proud of you, your effort and enthusiasm toward the sport of Badminton. Congratulations Makinley!

Josh May has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF MARCH.  Josh puts tremendous effort into attending all practices and tournaments on a regular basis. He consistently demonstrates improvement by looking for better in-game strategies to make him more competitive on the court. Josh is a positive influence and consistently keeps the team energy high. Way to go! Your coaches are very proud of you, your effort and enthusiasm towards the sport of Badminton. Congratulations!

 

April – Responsibility:  To be accountable for your thoughts, words, and actions. To honour your commitments

 

Leah Fitzmorris has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF APRIL.  As a member of the Varsity Girls Soccer Team, Leah played goal for all three games at the Kingston tournament earlier last month.  She committed to giving her best and competed hard at all times against very competitive teams. Leah is a Grade nine rookie to the team who should provide some solid goalkeeping for the upcoming season. Congratulations Leah!

Edward Roy has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF APRIL.  Serving as the captain of the Varsity Boys Soccer team at their first tournament in Kingston, Edward attended all practices regularly and consistently supported his teammates. He is the leader of the team who always makes fair and ethical decisions on and off the field. Edward communicates well with his coaches to prepare the team for their next event and sets the example of what it takes to be a Varsity Boys Soccer player. Congratulations Edward!

 

May – Fairness:  To treat people equally without self-interest, prejudice or favouritism. To treat others the way you would like to be treated.

 

Jared Elliott has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF MAY.  Jared has taken on a leadership role this year in Track and Field. He helps the younger athletes on the track team with throwing techniques and is always willing to provide friendly advice. Many Crusader Track and Field athletes look up to Jared as he certainly leads our team by example. He has already broken the Senior boys Shot Put record as a first year senior and has his eyes on the Javelin and Discus records too. Excellent work Jared and good luck in the upcoming qualifying meets!

Alyshia Alkerton has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF MAY.  Alyshia had a fantastic start to the track season. She ran several times that were personal bests and was always eager to compete. The highlight of the year so far was capturing the gold medal in the 1500 metre at a very competitive Hungerford meet. What separated Alyshia from her fom the field is her level of sportsmanship. Win or lose she always demonstrated positivity and cheered on her teammates and competitors. Congratulations Alyshia and good luck the rest of the season!