Lukas Oud stretches out, but can’t quite snag the frisbee and keep his foot on a marker during a fast-paced game. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Secondary students catch on quick to Ultimate Frisbee

Sport experts provide instruction in a two-day clinic during physical education classes

An Ultimate Frisbee clinic proved an interesting experience for students at Chemainus Secondary School.

Held over two days, May 6 and 7, some pros came in from Victoria to teach the physical education classes.

Students had a lot of fun learning about Ultimate Frisbee from Jimmy Roney, Claire Remington and Casey Skrepneck who directed the sessions. The sport is catching on like wildfire in popularity.

There was also an Indoor Archery clinic held recently that spanned two days in the gym.

 

Braden Pilyk makes a clean catch. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Makenna Hasberg does the splits to try and stay anchored on two markers to score points, but can’t quite reach far enough to snag the frisbee. (Photo by Don Bodger)

Chemainus Secondary School athletic director Kyle Peruniak catches on quick, snagging the frisbee with cat-like reflexes. (Photo by Don Bodger)

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