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Semi-finals heartache for both Kingussie teams.

A victory at the Great Glen shinty 6s tournament continues to elude the High School. The younger (and slightly more handsome!) of our two teams, lead by captain, Bradley Harvie, started slowly with a 1-0 loss to Glen Urquhart B, but recovered well to beat Lochaber thanks to an Ali. Douglas goal. A comfortable 4-0 […]

S1 Shinty Team at Beauly Festival

Eight boys, captained by Pavel Nagle, took part in a shinty development festival on Wednesday and turned in a series of promising performances. The opening game against Inverness High showed that accuracy would be a key factor as the goals were so small. Once we got our shooting on target, goals by Brodie MacBean and […]

KHS Sports Day – 22nd June 2017 [Sign up for Sports Day Heats Below!)

It is time to sign up for the KHS Sports Day Heats – use this Google Form to sign up to represent your house. Sign up Form Here You can also access Mr MacKay’s presentation from assembly this morning here.      

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Under 14s Football

Kingussie were beaten 3-0 in a tough and entertaining match away to Culloden Academy this afternoon. Missing a string of key players, Kingussie were under pressure in the first half with Ty Cobb pulling off a couple of good stops and the defence and midfield working hard to break down Culloden. Centre forward Callum Douglas worked tirelessly up front chasing down the Culloden defence. Under pressure Kingussie held firm. Half time 0-0.

The second half was a better footballing spectacle with a guilt edge early chance falling to Scott MacDonald who drifted in at the back post and connected with a classy cross from skipper Finlay Paterson. Somehow the keeper kept it out. The resistance was finally broken midway through the second half as Culloden struck with a goal after some defensive insecurity. The lads continued to battle hard and enjoyed another great spell when Owen Donaldson struck the bar with a left foot strike. Ultimately, Culloden snatched two late goals, one coming from the penalty spot to send Kingussie to a defeat. The boys worked tirelessly and with a skeleton squad and no substitutes deserve great credit for the display against a very good and experienced side.

Men of the Match: Callum Douglas for tireless running and Iain Fraser who was a tremendous team player today, playing his first game at right back and did not put a foot wrong. ...

Under 14s Football

Kingussie were beaten 3-0 in a tough and entertaining match away to Culloden Academy this afternoon. Missing a string of key players, Kingussie were under pressure in the first half with Ty Cobb pulling off a couple of good stops and the defence and midfield working hard to break down Culloden. Centre forward Callum Douglas worked tirelessly up front chasing down the Culloden defence. Under pressure Kingussie held firm. Half time 0-0.

The second half was a better footballing spectacle with a guilt edge early chance falling to Scott MacDonald who drifted in at the back post and connected with a classy cross from skipper Finlay Paterson. Somehow the keeper kept it out. The resistance was finally broken midway through the second half as Culloden struck with a goal after some defensive insecurity. The lads continued to battle hard and enjoyed another great spell when Owen Donaldson struck the bar with a left foot strike. Ultimately, Culloden snatched two late goals, one coming from the penalty spot to send Kingussie to a defeat. The boys worked tirelessly and with a skeleton squad and no substitutes deserve great credit for the display against a very good and experienced side.

Men of the Match: Callum Douglas for tireless running and Iain Fraser who was a tremendous team player today, playing his first game at right back and did not put a foot wrong.

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Well done guys......you too Ty Cobb 😁

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IMPORTANT- Sports Team Photographs FRIDAY 2ND MARCH

TEAM PHOTOGRAPH SCHEDULE: - Friday 2nd March
9am- Swimming Team
9.10- Senior Boys Football
9.20 –S1-3 Girls Football
9.30- Boys under 14 football
9.40- Rock Challenge
9.50- Boys Under 16 football
10am- Girls Shinty
10.10am – Senior Boys rugby
10.20 – Senior Girls hockey
10.50– Cross Country team
11.00 Boys Hockey
11.10 Senior Boys Shinty (wade cup winning team)
11.20- Ski team
11.30- Under 16 boys Rugby
11.40 – Gymnastics team/Gymfest
11.50 – S1/2 boys shinty
Midday- under 13 boys football
12.10 – S3/4 boys shinty ...

IMPORTANT- Sports Team Photographs FRIDAY 2ND MARCH

TEAM PHOTOGRAPH SCHEDULE: - Friday 2nd March 
9am- Swimming Team
9.10- Senior Boys Football
9.20 –S1-3 Girls Football
9.30- Boys under 14 football
9.40- Rock Challenge 
9.50- Boys Under 16 football 
10am- Girls Shinty 
10.10am – Senior Boys rugby 
10.20 – Senior Girls hockey 
10.50– Cross Country team 
11.00 Boys Hockey 
11.10 Senior Boys Shinty (wade cup winning team)
11.20- Ski team 
11.30- Under 16 boys Rugby
11.40 – Gymnastics team/Gymfest 
11.50 – S1/2 boys shinty
Midday- under 13 boys football
12.10 – S3/4 boys shinty

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Ty Cobb

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Max David Richards, Harvey Richards

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Rianna Darroch

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Iain Fraser

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