Tomaree High School Sports Teams on a Winning Streak – News Of The Area
TOMAREE High School students have taken up the sport with teams that have recently competed in the Regional Swimming Championships, Hunter Open Boys Soccer Knockout Tournament, and Hunter Open Boys Basketball competitions.
The swim team had great success with Ebony Nix and Anekah Sargeant qualifying for the state swimming championships.
The school was represented by Hamish Clark, Maxx McMahon, Demi Portlock, Ebony Nix, Hannah Lowrie, Charlie Webb, Anekah Sargeant, Lexi Manning, Mitchell Lancaster, Campbell Stewart, Aedan Ryan and Cooper Limn.
Ebony and Anekah will compete in the girls’ open medley and girls’ sixteen relay at the upcoming state championships.
Joe-Ann Williams of Tomaree High School told News Of The Area, “Tomaree High School is proud to have students representing such an elite level of swimming.”
In the Hunter Open Boys Soccer Knockout Tournament, Tomaree High School Football Team played against Francis Greenway High School, winning 12-5.
The boys will now face each other in the next knockout round.
“The boys dominated the game maintaining a consistent performance throughout the game,” Tomaree High School coach Jack Taylor said.
At the Hunter Open Boys Basketball competition, Tomaree High School defeated Irrawang, Hunter River and Francis Greenway to win the Port Stephens Gala.
On March 31, Tomaree High School will compete in the Region Finals, which stretches from Taree to Lake Macquarie.
Team Captain Toby Butler was happily presented with the Port Stephens Gala Day Shield.
Coach Cal Baillie said: “Our basketball team has come a long way in a year, winning all three games to win the Port Stephens gala.
“The growth of the group and their commitment to always having fun makes them a pleasure to coach,” he said.
By Marianne Samson