2010 Rossmoyne Senior High School Report (Web 2MB)
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Athletics • All Schools Cross Country Championships 54 students competed. Jaz Hedgeland (Year 10) – second place and qualified for State Championships. Nathan Morton-Smith (Year 9) – fourth place. • City to Surf Fun Run 60 students entered • Interschool Carnival – B Grade Rossmoyne SHS winners of B Grade – promoted to A Grade in 2011 13 years Girls Champion: Kathryn Althorpe 15 Years Boys Runner Up Champion: Kyle Ferguson Basketball • Year 10 Lightning Carnival Basketball boys A - Fourth place Basketball boys B First place Basketball girls A - Fourth place • Year 8 Lightning Carnival Basketball boys Team 1 Second place Basketball boys Team 2 Fourth place Basketball girls Team 1 Second place • Year 9 Lightning Carnival Basketball boys A - Fourth place Basketball girls A - Second place Basketball girls B -Second and third placings Coaching • Primary School Coaching clinics Conducted by Year 11 & 12 Physical Education Studies students Football • Year 8 Lightning Carnival Football Boys Second • Year 9 Lightning Carnival Football Boys Third Gym Gymfit • After school fitness program for girls Netball • Year 10 Lightning Carnival Netball A1 Team - Fourth place Netball B1 Team - Second place • Year 8 Lightning Carnival Netball A1 Team - First place Netball A2 Team - Fourth place Netball B1 Team - Third place Netball B2 Team - Fifth place • Year 9 Lightning Carnival Netball A2 Team - Second place Netball B2 Team - Fourth place Outdoor Education • Camping Experiences Students from all years participated in camps including Mountain Biking, Sea Trek (Year 12 students attained their Recreational Skippers Ticket), Canoeing. Sailing • Independent Girls School Sports Association Sculling Competition Ashleigh O’Reilly (Year 11) achieved second place in the Freshman’s 500m Scull. • Optimist World Sailing Championships Sam Blackburn (Year 10) qualified • Youth World Laser Sailing Championships Caitlyn Elks (Year 12) winner of U18s 4.7 Laser, representing Australia in Thailand. Soccer • National U17 Soccer Squad Hanafi Mohammad Ghazali (Year 12) selected to squad • Year 10 Lightning Carnival Soccer boys A Division - Fifth place Soccer boys B Division - Seventh place • Year 8 Lightning Carnival Soccer Boys A Division - Fourth place Soccer Boys B Division - Sixth place • Year 9 Lightning Carnival Soccer boys A Division - Fourth place Soccer boys B Division - Fifth place Soccer girls - Seventh place Swimming • Interschool Swimming Carnival – A Grade Champion Boy (13 Years) Francis Burgos Runner Up Girl (13 Years) Grace Stubberfield Champion Boy (14 Years) Callum McIntosh Runner Up Girl (15 Years) Emily Thomas Runner Up Boy (16 Years) Shenton McPherson Runner Up Boy (17 Years) Todd Sheldrake • Swimfit Before school fitness program open to all students
Triathlon • School Sport WA Intermediate Girls Triathlon Championship Jaz Hedgeland (Year 10) winner. Selected to represent WA in National titles in 2011. • State Schools Triathlon Team Jaz Hedgeland (Year 10) ranked third in Australia in Intermediate Division Volleyball • State Schools Volleyball Team Students selected to compete in Canberra: Marshall De Meo (Year 10) Chloe D’Souza (Year 10), Kyle Ferguson, Nikola Giblett (Year 9), Jess Howlett (Year 10), Josh Monnaie (Year 9), Jason Scott (Year 10), Emma Terkildsen (Year 10), Daniel Van Der Waal and Matthew Waddington (Year 10). • National Schools Volleyball Competition Fifth place overall (out of 115 schools). 17 Rossmoyne volleyball teams competed in Melbourne at the National Schools Volleyball Competition. Team results include seven medals and two fourth places. Gold Year 8 Boys Division 2 Silver Year 9 Boys Division 2 Silver Year 9 Boys Honours Silver Year 10 Boys Division 1 Bronze Year 8 Boys Division 1 Bronze Year 9 Boys Division 1 Bronze Year 10 Girls Honours • National Juniors Volleyball Championships U/19 Men – placed fourth – Sam Halley and Sam Sexton (Year 12) U/17 Men – Silver 0 – Michael Genoni, Cameron Gillman, Greg Shim, Michael Song and Max Staples (Year 11) U/17 Men – Forth – Mark Stapler named in the All Stars team U/17 Women – Silver – Jennifer Bagust, Catherine Middleton, Sally Staples (Year 11) • National Schools’ Championships Upper School Boys – Champions Upper School Girls – Runner Up Lower School Boys – Champions Lower School Girls - Champions • National Volleyball Championships Students selected to compete in the State U17 and U19 Volleyball teams: Year 12: Aimee Baker, Morgane Davies, Emmily Goff, Sam Hally, Sam Sexton and Sebastian Terkildsen. Year 11: Jennifer Bagust, Michael Genoni, Cameron Gillman, Tim Hames, Steve Hasselerham, Jemma Kovacic, Catherine Middleton, Greg Shim, Max Staples, Sally Staples and Michael Song. Year 10: Din Abu Bakar, Justine Currie, Chloe D’Souza, Terena Graziano, Farida Ismail, Rachel Ho, Jess Howlett, Linda Lam, Maleini Panikoula, Tanyla Van Der Kroft, Chloe Street. Year 9: Rebecca Tan • State Volleyball Team Marshall De Meo, Kyle Ferguson, Jason Scott and Daniel Van der Waal selected in an U16 State Volleyball team of eight players to travel to China to compete. • WA Schools’ Volleyball Cup 24 teams competed. 21 teams made it to the finals. Winners of the President’s Cup 12 Gold Medals 6 Silver Medals Waterpolo • WA State Championships – U18s Jayden Smith (Year 12) selected to Australian Squad to compete in Europe.