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St Philomena Girls’ High School Wins State Hockey Championship

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BaltELLARY, NOV. 15: The hockey team of St. Philomena’s Girls’ High School, Bellary won the state level under-17 championship.

A three-day State Level Hockey Tournaments were conducted in St. Philomena’s High School Hockey grounds, Bellary. On Monday,  15 Nov. in the under -17 tournament, Bellary’s St. Philomena’s High School hockey team defeated Belgaum team by 6 goals.

Among the winners the girls who scored goals for the team: Preethi-3, Thejaswini-2 and Pooja-1.

The winning team members: Aishwarya, Usha Karnam, Shruthi, Tanuja, Amrutha Rashmi, Ashwini, Pranaya, Lavanya Yadav, Preeti, Tejashwini, Sahana, Monesha, Keerti and Swathi.

The Headmistress of St. Philomena’s High School, Sr. Shantha and the Sports authorities presented the shields to the winning team.

The St. Philomena’s Girls High School is about a century old and is run by the Good Shepherd Sisters.

The school is a popular educational institution offering quality education in Bellary.

 
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 Number of people affected : 151,934
Loss of life : 72
Villages affected : 1,296
Houses destroyed/damaged : 118,833
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No. Catholic houses lost: 560
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