b'The Return of SportWith several risk mitigation strategies in place, schools welcomed sport back with open arms in the fall of 2021. From middle years to high school, extracurricular sports brought back energy and excitement to our communities. With three provincial championships, high school athletes returned ready to compete and continued developing their skills on and off the field. Middle school athleteshad a renewed focus on skill development, and manywere excited to participate in their first interscholasticsports leagues.Although spectators were not able to attend games in-person during the first half of the school year, students in the Broadcast Media Program at the Louis Riel Arts and Technology Centre ensured parents/guardians were able to watch high school athletes by streaming home games. The cheers were louder than ever when schools welcomed back fans in the spring of 2022. Below are a few sports highlights from the 2021-2022 school year: Championships & Major AwardsJ.H. Bruns Collegiate:Varsity Girls AAAA Volleyball Provincial Champions Dakota Collegiate:Varsity Girls AAAA Provincial ChampionsJ.H. Bruns Collegiate:Junior Varsity AAA/AAAA BadmintonProvincial Champions Dakota Collegiate:Varsity Boys Provincial Track and Field ChampionsCollge Bliveau:Provincial AAA Track and Field Champions Collge Bliveau:Junior High School RingetteTournament Champions Collge Jeanne-Sauv:Winnipeg Womens High School HockeyLeague ChampionsNiakwa Place School:Grade 7/8 Boys Basketball Champions Victor H.L. Wyatt School:Grade 7/8 Girls Basketball Champions H.S. Paul School:Grade 8 Boys Basketball Champions cole George-McDowell:Grade 7/8 Badminton Champions& AAA Track & Field Champions cole Van Belleghem:Grade 7/8 AA Track & Field Champions General Vanier School:Grade 7/8 A Track & Field Champions37'