BADMINTON

Shuttlers from Spring Dales make their mark in various tournaments

Laurels kept pouring into the medal chest of Spring Dale Senior School as shuttlers from the school added to the honors bagged by the budding sports persons from the school. Budding boy and girl shuttlers from the school bagged gold, silver and bronze medals in different championships.
 
The under-14 Boys’ team of the school bagged a gold medal in the School District Tournament (Boys’). The school team that won the gold medal in this event included Garv Chawla, Garvpreet, Samrath, Arjun and Tejas.
 
In the School State Tournament (Boys’) held at Patiala, Praguna Kapoor, of Spring Dales, bagged a gold medal in the event. The under-14 Girls’ team of the school including Rishika, Esha, Purvi, Arshia and Vedanti won a silver medal in the School District Tournament (Girls’).
 
Meanwhile, the under-17 Boys’ team comprising Praguna, Shubham, Kavish, Drishay and Aryan Arora, and the under-17 Girls’ team of the school comprising Mridula, Stuti, Yashika, Sukriti and Sonali bagged a silver medal each in the School District Boys’ and Girls’ tournaments, respectively.
 
Mridula Batra, of Spring Dales bagged bronze medal in the under-17 category in the team events in the School State Tournament held at Patiala, while the school’s girls’ team comprising Mridula Batra, Stuti Sekhri, Rishika Seth and Pratishtha Khanna won a bronze medal.
 
Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma, Principal, Spring Dale Senior School, said the institution is proud of their achievements, which speak volumes about the excellent sports training imparted here. “The school possess latest in terms of sports infrastructure, which offers the much-needed cutting edge to the students,” he said.
 
Dr Kirat Sandhu Cheema, Director, Spring Dale Senior School, and Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Managing Trustee, Spring Dale Educational Society, congratulated the winners. “We are committed to the cause of providing our budding sports persons with the best of facilities and training to groom them as adept sports persons,” they said.
 
 
Spring Dale Senior School