Competing for school badminton gold

Basking in the glory of achieving that ultimate accomplishment of medaling at the Six Nations school Jr. badminton tournament. (Photo by Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Reporter While proudly wearing that silver medal a beaming Cara Skye couldn’t say enough about her badminton doubles partner Jorja Bomberry. Showing what school sports is all about shortly after these two Jamieson public school athletes finished second in girls junior doubles tournament competition Skye enthusiastically replied, “I’m so happy playing with Jorja and that she helped me win.” Meanwhile Bomberry commented that her favourite part of playing badminton was “Hitting the birdie, competing and having fun.” Capturing gold in the girls junior doubles division was that lethal Jamieson public school duel of Jessa Skye and Layla Hill who won both games by 21-16, 21-11 scores. “It’s very exciting to win,” Hill said. Hill, who is in grade 6, went on to add, that it was…

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