K-12 Sport News
At this week’s sports assembly, awards were presented to outstanding sport performers.
Each term, students who have been selected in CDSSA representative sports teams are awarded Sporting Achievement certificates at assembly to recognise their sporting performance. Congratulations to all students who received their awards this week.
Sports Colours are awarded to students in Years 9-12, who achieve the required points over a period of three years (Grey Colours) or five years (Maroon Colours). To achieve such recognition, students require great commitment to the school sports program and a significant level of sporting achievement.
- Maroon Colours
- Grey Colours
Reece Carr, Boaz Hadad, Ethan Hirst, Aden Kanevsky, Sienna Poswell and Amelie Trope
Special guests from Maccabiah attended the High School Sports assembly this week. Regional Manager of Junior Athletes, Debbie Rutstein, spoke to the High School about the significance of the games and recognised the Emanuel athletes attending the games in Israel in July. It has been a long journey for these students to be selected in one of the Australian teams, competing with athletes and having to attend numerous competitive trials and trainings over the last 18 months, including interstate events for some sports.
Congratulations to the following students and sports coaches on their selections in the Australian Maccabiah Games teams:
Adam Forman – Cricket
Aden Goodridge – Basketball
Ethan Hirst – Football
Eden Levit – Football
Sienna Poswell – Football
Mischa Spielman – Football
Coby New – Futsal
Aiden Kanevsky – Gymnastics
Brooke Rosen – Netball
Sienna Michaelson – Netball
Tess Endrey – Netball
Zac Urbach – Track & Field
Jake Sharwood (Sports Coach) – Basketball
Ethan De Melo (Sports Coach) – Futsal
We wish them the best of luck, and I am sure that they will do Emanuel proud!
Congratulations to Ben Rozen on his outstanding performance at the AICES Rugby Championships last week. As a result, Ben has been selected in the AICES 1sts Rugby team.
There have also been a number of outstanding performances in sport outside of school:
Maxwell Pozniak (Year 9): recently competed in the Australian National Championships of Hip Hop, in Brisbane. His team placed first in the Mega Crew Division, the most prestigious division of the competition. This team is an open aged dance group, and they have now qualified for the International Championships, which will be held in Phoenix this August. Maxwell started dancing in Year 1, including classes in ballet, contemporary, lyrical, jazz, hip hop and acrobatics. He has competed in Hip Hop competitions for the past 10 years and is currently training over 15 hours a week, so this achievement has been long in the making and well-deserved.
Eden Levit Year 11: continues to achieve outstanding sporting results and competed in the Surf Lifesaving Nationals at the end of last month, finishing third in her age group in the individual sprint and winning three medals in relays, one of each colour!