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The Charles Hays Junior Rainmakers went 5-2 overall in the playday
Coach Gordon Eshon says he was proud of how the team competed
Head coach proud of team’s progress over the season
The Rainmakers are currently down 0-3 in the second half
This year, CHSS Rainmakers are ranked second in the province and they’re preparing to go all the way
The Rainmakers senior girls volleyball team came back from two games down on Nov. 9.
Charles Hays Secondary School soccer team qualified for Burnaby provincial tournament
Coach says serving and passing are points of emphasis for improvement
Two Charles Hays runners qualified after strong zones performances
Charles Hays’ boys soccer team played well Smithers ahead of zones
Jason Rioux comes from an athletic family and he’s aiming to catch his brothers’ success
Both dedicated track athletes and newcomers to the sport excelled in zones, which CHSS hosted
Hannah Scherr started her athletic career playing soccer. But something was missing.
In their first game as a fifteens squad, CHSS loses 27-15 to Terrace.
The team fell just short of winning it all, placing second after a loss to the Smithers Gryphons
Kai Leighton will travel to Regina this summer with the Team BC U15 squad.
The Charles Hays Rainmakers won their first game of the year in Kitimat last weekend.
The CHSS Rainmakers tied Hazelton and a team from Haida Gwaii over the past weekend in Terrace
Junior and senior teams travel to Williams Lake in a successful weekend.
A couple of tight losses at the Provincial Championships doomed the Charles Hays Secondary School (CHSS) senior boys basketball team