Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sports across the College either individually or as part of a team.
27th February - Intermediate Cricket
28th February - Gippsland Senior Boys Cricket
6th March -Wellington Swimming
13th March - Wellington Tennis, Volleyball, Softball/ Baseball- (ALL AGES)
15th March - Gippsland Swimming
20th March - Year 7 Boys Cricket
22nd - Touch Football
23rd April– Intermediate and Senior Boys Football
24th April– Junior Badminton, Soccer and Netball
27th April– Gippsland Round Tennis
4th May– Gippsland Round Volleyball
7th May– Intermediate and Senior Badminton, Netball and Soccer 8th May– Junior Boys Football
9th May- Girls Football 22nd May– Clay Target Come and Try Day
On Tuesday the 13th of March, Sale College students competed in the Wellington Division of Tennis and Volleyball. After taking the scenic route to Morwell, students represented the school with excellent sportsmanship and school spirit. Unfortunately, for our volleyball teams it wasn't our day, with most teams only losing out by a set to the opposition. In the world of tennis a great day was had by all. We were a little low on numbers for the day which made it difficult to win matches. Our students represented the school to a very high standard and won some games without winning a match. The students who represented our school at tennis should be very proud of themselves and should continue to follow their tennis ambitions.
On Thursday the 15th of March, Sale College students had a phenomenal day at the pool with Tyler Griffioen qualifying for the Sate Swimming Championships in Melbourne on Tuesday the 17th of April. A huge congratulations to every student who swam. Good Luck Tyler!
On Tuesday the 6th of March, Mr Curtis and Miss Pentland took Sale College students to the Wellington Swimming Carnival held in Traralgon. All students that competed and represented the school, did so in a positive and enthusiastic nature.
The following students have progressed to the Gippsland Swimming Carnival, held on Thursday the 15th of March at the Sale swimming pool. We wish you luck as you swim towards an opportunity to represent Sale College at the State Swimming Championships.
Cody Lee- Breaststroke and Freestyle
Tyler Griffioen- Breaststroke and Freestyle
Draven Taylor- Butterfly
Madeline Bannerman- Butterfly and Freestyle
Kane Watkins- Backstroke
On Friday the 16th of February, Guthridge Campus hosted its' first House Cup Competition. Students participated in Human Hungry Hippos, Gumboot Toss and Scooter board Swimming activities in the gymnasium and on the soccer field. The House Captains came all the way over from Macalister Campus to support the Guthridge students in earning house points. A great time was had by all staff and students involved in this activity day, and we look forward to more House Cup competitions to come.
As of Friday the 23rd of February, the tally is as follows:
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Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of sports across the College.
A wide range of individual and team sports are catered for with students progressing from the East Gippsland to Gippsland level and if successful then on to the Southern Zone or State finals.
In recent years students have made State finals in swimming, athletics, cricket, soccer, basketball, tennis and badminton.
Students also have the opportunity to compete against other schools in football, netball, basketball, rugby, table tennis, clay target shooting and lawn bowls.
All students and staff at Sale College belong to one of three Houses; Grainger, McIntosh or Guthridge and compete for their own house in College Events that run throughout the year.
In the past, the Annual House Cup has been awarded to the House that has accumulated the highest number of points across each of the schoo'ls carnivals (swimming, cross country and athletics). However this year, all students will have the opportunity to win points for their house.
All faculty areas will facilitate an event throughout the year that highlights their specific subject area. Since the year has begun, the Health and Physical Education Faculty area have organised lunchtime activities at the Guthridge Campus and the Sports Faculty have run our Sale College Swimming Carnival. Therefore, House points are in full swing.
As of Friday the 23rd of February, the tally is as follows:
It is still early days in the competition. Ultimately, we all want to know who will take home the Sale College House Cup at the end of the year! What will you do to earn points for your house?
Students were required to complete a written application form and interview process. The field was very strong and students should continue to pursue leadership opportunities. Congratulations to all the successful candidates. House Captains are pictured below left and the Vice Captains below right.
Above: The Sale College staff get into the House spirit by dressing in their House Colours on Swimming Carnival day.
More photos from this year's Swimming Carnival are coming soon.
Swimming House Cup Results 2018
1st- Grainger 893
2nd- McIntosh 836
3rd- Guthridge 791
Age Champion Results
12-13yo - (F) Hannah Levey (Guthridge) – (M) Cody Lee (McIntosh)
14yo – (F) Jade Purdon (Guthridge) – (M) Draven Taylor (McIntosh)
16yo – (F) Elizabeth Bannerman (Grainger) – (M) Brysen Nettle (Guthridge)
17yo – (F) Ellie Thacker (McIntosh) – (M) Cody Felstead (Grainger)
18-20yo – (F) Madeline Bannerman (Grainger) – (M) Will Page(Guthridge)
House Athletics Competition 2017
See 100+ photos from the Carnival in the web gallery
House Champions 2017
1st- McIntosh 1505
2nd- Grainger 932
3rd- Guthridge 1152
We are very excited to announce Guthridge as the winning house of the Cross Country with 197 points, narrowly beating McIntosh on 196 points. Grainger finished not too far behind with 157 points. It was great to see so many runners out on the track dressed up in their house colours, enjoying the day out. A huge congratulations to the following students who won the Cross Country for their age group: Fynn Jackson, Majidah Bitar, Isaac Mackrell, Jade Purdon, Sam Norwood, Emily Ogden, Daniel Byron, Chloe Kerr, Josh Schulze, Kimberly McMahon, Jaxsyn Whitehill, Emily Johnson, Marcus McMahon and Caitlyn Greenwood. All these students plus many others will soon be representing Sale College at the Wellington Round Cross Country.