Athletics

We are the Dr. George Stanley 67's!

 

67's Logo

Keeping in mind that our name sake, Dr. George Stanley, designed our current Canadian Flag, our colours are red, white, and black.  As far as the 67, it has been said the 7 looks like a flag waving in the breeze, and that the 6 and 7 show the meeting of the Elementary and Jr High sides of our school becoming one as a middle school.  The name and colours were chosen by our students. Now we can proudly bearing our logo and name. Go 67's!

 

Schedules

Watch the school calendar for posted dates and times for upcoming practices and games.

 

Athletics

DGS offers all seven sports allowed through the CMLSAA. These are:

SportSeason of Play
SoccerSept.  - Nov.
Cross-CountrySept. - Oct.
VolleyballSept. - Nov.
WrestlingNov. - Jan. 
BasketballJan. - March 
BadmintonApril - May
Track and FieldApril - May

 

Any student in grades 6-9 can participate in sports. All sports have tryouts with the exception of cross-country and wrestling, which require consistent commitment to practices and meets.

 

All sports have an athletic fee which varies based on costs for each sport (i.e.: referees, venue, rentals, etc.). Some sports will also have a uniform deposit for use of the jersey and/or shorts for the season. The deposit is refunded when the uniform is returned.

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