Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary

Lord Tweedsmuir cornerback Rajwant Pannu snags an errant throw off an attempted flea-flicker Nov. 8 in a Grade 8 football quarterfinal playoff game against Heritage Park. Pannu returned the ball 15 yards and the Panthers scored their first touchdown of the game on the ensuing series of downs. Tweedsmuir won the game 38-20. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Three Lord Tweedsmuir football teams in playoffs this week

Grade 8s win at home; JV and SV teams on road

 

Lord Tweedsmuir faced off against New Westminster under the lights Oct. 14 in the first-ever night game at the Cloverdale high school. LT won the game 36-28. (Photo submitted: Brien Gemmell)

Lord Tweedsmuir plays first ever night game on the high school’s football field

Panthers win at home under ‘Friday Night Lights’

 

Selena Senghera is the 2022 Beth Hutchinson Education Award recipient. (Photo: submitted)

Tweedy student wins Beth Hutchinson award

Selena Senghera awarded $5,000 scholarship

 

Michael Ogbeiwi is seen competing in the hammer throw at McLeod Stadium in Langley June 10 in this stylized image. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale’s Michael Ogbeiwi finds success in senior year

Broken wrist no obstacle for Lord Tweedsmuir Athlete

Michael Ogbeiwi is seen competing in the hammer throw at McLeod Stadium in Langley June 10 in this stylized image. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Aiden Choi scores a try for Lord Tweedsmuir after running through several Earl Marriott defenders in the Surrey Grade 8 boys rugby championship game in May. Tweedy ultimately lost the game. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

First-time ruggers find success in Grade 8 boys rugby season

Lord Tweedsmuir squad played in city championship

Aiden Choi scores a try for Lord Tweedsmuir after running through several Earl Marriott defenders in the Surrey Grade 8 boys rugby championship game in May. Tweedy ultimately lost the game. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Coast Salish drummers Bernadette Williams and August Williams perform a welcome song at Cloverdale Traditional School May 3 during a 100th-anniversary celebration for the longest continuously used school site in Surrey. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale Traditional School hosts 100th-anniversary celebration

Cloverdale Traditional latest in long line of schools at same location

Coast Salish drummers Bernadette Williams and August Williams perform a welcome song at Cloverdale Traditional School May 3 during a 100th-anniversary celebration for the longest continuously used school site in Surrey. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Mounties are seen at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School after two students were injured in a stabbing Feb. 22 on the school grounds. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)
Mounties are seen at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School after two students were injured in a stabbing Feb. 22 on the school grounds. (Photo: Shane MacKichan)
Quarterback McCord Leeson gets sacked by a G.W. Graham Grizzlie Nov.5. The Panthers lost to the Chilliwack team 18-12. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Tweedsmuir drops final regular season game at home

Panthers in wildcard playoff game Nov. 12

Quarterback McCord Leeson gets sacked by a G.W. Graham Grizzlie Nov.5. The Panthers lost to the Chilliwack team 18-12. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Members of the public paint a “community” mural behind a building on 176th Street in Cloverdale Oct. 2. The murul was designed by Tweedy grad Lucy Fournier. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)

‘Sunshine Circle’ mural goes up in Cloverdale

Cloverdale Mural Project has painted two murals so far

Members of the public paint a “community” mural behind a building on 176th Street in Cloverdale Oct. 2. The murul was designed by Tweedy grad Lucy Fournier. (Photo: Jason Sveinson)
Tremel States-Jones runs for a 20-yard touchdown against the Kelowna Owls Sept. 27, 2019. The former Lord Tweedsmuir Panther was offered 10 football scholarships this year, ultimately accepting an offer from South Alabama, a division-one school in the Sun Belt Conference. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Former Lord Tweedsmuir Panther commits to play football for South Alabama

Tremel States-Jones received 10 athletic scholarship offers

Tremel States-Jones runs for a 20-yard touchdown against the Kelowna Owls Sept. 27, 2019. The former Lord Tweedsmuir Panther was offered 10 football scholarships this year, ultimately accepting an offer from South Alabama, a division-one school in the Sun Belt Conference. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Chris Atkinson. (torontoarrows.com)

Cloverdale kid played for Toronto Arrows

Tweedy grad Chris Atkinson laced up boots for Toronto’s professional rugby team

Chris Atkinson. (torontoarrows.com)
Madeline Lauener stands with her family after celebrating her graduation from SFU. (Photo: Submitted)

Tweedy grad awarded scholarship

Madeline Lauener will work toward her master’s at UBC

Madeline Lauener stands with her family after celebrating her graduation from SFU. (Photo: Submitted)
Alan Clegg (right) passed the role of president of the Lord Tweedsmuir Alumni Association over to Rachel McCallum Dec. 7 at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School. Tweedsmuir principal Robin Smalley presided over the ceremony. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Changing of the guard for Tweedy Alumni Association

Alan Clegg steps down as Alumni Association president, Rachel McCallum to take over

Alan Clegg (right) passed the role of president of the Lord Tweedsmuir Alumni Association over to Rachel McCallum Dec. 7 at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School. Tweedsmuir principal Robin Smalley presided over the ceremony. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27. The Lord Tweedsmuir teacher has asked the kids in his classes to pen letters – real letters they have to put a stamp on and mail to van Halst at the school – about their lives during COVID-19. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Lord Tweedsmuir teacher to submit ‘COVID letters’ to Surrey Archives

Surrey Archives documenting COVID-19 pandemic

Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27. The Lord Tweedsmuir teacher has asked the kids in his classes to pen letters – real letters they have to put a stamp on and mail to van Halst at the school – about their lives during COVID-19. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
YouTube screenshot from a Lord Tweedsmuir staff video called “Best Wishes 2020.”

Lord Tweedsmuir staff members lip sync in new video

‘Best Wishes 2020’ music video released on YouTube

YouTube screenshot from a Lord Tweedsmuir staff video called “Best Wishes 2020.”
Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27 when he sat down with the Cloverdale Reporter for an interview about the upcoming high school rugby season. After the COVID-19 crisis hit, that interview was scrapped. (Photo: Malin Jordan)

Cloverdale high school teacher chats about teaching and life during the COVID-19 crisis

Surrey’s Walter van Halst sits down for an informal ‘virtual’ coffee to discuss education’s new reality

Walter van Halst enjoys a coffee Feb. 27 when he sat down with the Cloverdale Reporter for an interview about the upcoming high school rugby season. After the COVID-19 crisis hit, that interview was scrapped. (Photo: Malin Jordan)
The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (in green) gather with members of the Pontypool United Rugby Football Club under the posts after their game in Pontypool, Wales, March 13. Tweedy lost the game, their first and only match on tour, but gained some valuable game experience and made some invaluable memories. (Photo: Jamie Overgaard)

Cloverdale rugby team returns home from U.K. after tour was cut short by COVID-19 crisis

Lord Tweedsmuir ruggers back home in Surrey, begin two weeks of self-isolation

The Lord Tweedsmuir Panthers (in green) gather with members of the Pontypool United Rugby Football Club under the posts after their game in Pontypool, Wales, March 13. Tweedy lost the game, their first and only match on tour, but gained some valuable game experience and made some invaluable memories. (Photo: Jamie Overgaard)
Taya Suttill was one of eight athletes in the Fraser region to win a 2018 Premier’s Award for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport. (Contributed)

Cloverdale student athlete honoured for excellence in sport

Young Métis athlete Taya Suttill wins premier’s award for excellence in sport

Taya Suttill was one of eight athletes in the Fraser region to win a 2018 Premier’s Award for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport. (Contributed)
Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary students who are volunteering or donating at Cloverdale’s Oct. 21 blood donor clinic took a break from pajama day to speak with a reporter on Wednesday. From left: Meha Sidhu, Abbey Bickell, Alyssa Embree, Jake Rachwalski, Liam Jackson-Weeks, Ethan Jorssen. (Samantha Anderson)

Cloverdale high school has made 2,000 blood donations

Lord Tweedsmuir makes more donations in one year than most Surrey schools have made in their history

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary students who are volunteering or donating at Cloverdale’s Oct. 21 blood donor clinic took a break from pajama day to speak with a reporter on Wednesday. From left: Meha Sidhu, Abbey Bickell, Alyssa Embree, Jake Rachwalski, Liam Jackson-Weeks, Ethan Jorssen. (Samantha Anderson)
From left: Griffin O’Connor, Micheal Hampton and Derek Best. (Samantha Anderson)

Lord Tweedsmuir football players sign with ‘prestigious’ universities

Student athletes headed to SFU, University Western Ontario, McMaster University

From left: Griffin O’Connor, Micheal Hampton and Derek Best. (Samantha Anderson)
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