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London & North Bay Take Centre Stage For Girls' Basketball Championships

Thursday, November, 22, 2018

Basketball fans in London and North Bay should take advantage of the outstanding high school girls basketball action today through Saturday (Nov. 22 to 24). Championships are up for grabs in the A, AA and AAA designations.

London is playing host to the AA and AAA championships and the A championship will be claimed in North Bay.

Best of luck to the players, coaches, volunteers, officials and host committees and thank you for your committment and hard work towards school sport!


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Boys' Volleyball Championships Underway

Thursday, November, 22, 2018

Windsor, Belleville and Sydenham are the host cities for the 2018 OFSAA Boys' Volleyball Championships taking place Thursday through Saturday (Nov. 22-24).

Best of luck to all of the participants, coaches, volunteers and host committees. Thank you to all of the tremendous sponsors that have stepped forward to support high school sport!


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Cross Country Championships To Take Place November 3

Wednesday, October, 31, 2018

The Christie Lake Conservation Area in Dundas is ready to host the 2018 Cross Country Championships on Saturday, November 3. 

Be sure tune in to Saturday for FREE live coverage.

Broadcast begins at 9:50am. Here's the schedule of events:

10:00am Midget Girls

10:45am Para Race

11:30am Midget Boys

12:15pm Junior Girls

1:00pm Junior Boys

1:45pm Senior Girls

2:30pm Senior Boys


Convenors Mike Smith and Steve Moran are overseeing the championships and they can be reached at msmith@hwdsb.on.ca and morans@hdsb.ca.

Best of luck to all of the participants involved on race day and check out a course video preview at http://ofsaa.on.ca/cross-country-running.



OFSAA Field Hockey Coming To Burlington November 1

Monday, October, 29, 2018

Nelson High School in Burlington will play host to the 2018 Girls' Field Hockey Championship beginning November 1 and concluding on November 3. Additional field locations in Burlington include: Frank J. Hayden Secondary School, Norton Park and Bronte Athletic Park (Oakville)

This week, Bluevale CI (CWOSSA) will be aiming for their third consecutlive OFSAA Field Hockey Championship.

Steve Clark (clarkst@hdsb.ca) of Nelson HS is serving as the championship convenor.

Best of luck to all of the participants, coaches, volunteers and host committee!

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Durham College To Host OFSAA Conference

Friday, October, 19, 2018

OFSAA is excited to announce that Durham College in Oshawa will be the host venue for the 2019 OFSAA Conference which will take place on May 9 and 10.

Please continue to check ofsaa.on.ca and our social media accounts for information regarding registration, workshops, guest speakers and presenters. You can find us on Twitter at @OFSAA and on Facebook at /OFSAA.

If you are interested in presenting, please contact OFSAA's Manager of Programs, Denise Perrier, at denise@ofsaa.on.ca.

We look forward to seeing you there in the spring!

OFSAA Golf Set For October 10 & 11

Friday, October, 5, 2018

The first events on the OFSAA 2018-19 school calendar get underway in two cities on October 10th and 11th.

The Girls' Golf Festival will take place at the Ambassador Golf Club in Windsor, Ontario (1025 Sprucewood Avenue). Overseeing the competition is convenor Joe Amicarelli (joe.amicarelli@publicboard.ca).

The Royal Ashburn Golf Club in Whitby, Ontario (995 Myrtle Road West) will play host to the Boys' Golf Championship on the same dates. Glenn Ross is serving as the championship convenor and he can be reached at glenn.ross@ddsb.ca.

Best of luck to all of the golfers, coaches, volunteers and host committee!

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Rowan's Law Day

Wednesday, September, 26, 2018

The inaugural Rowan's Law Day was recognized on Wednesday, September 26. The day represents an opportunity to engage students, staff, coaches and parents/guardians in activities that increase awareness about concussions and to share Rowan Stringer's story.

Thanks to Rowan's Law, all sports organizations and schools in Ontario will now have new rules in place involving concussions. Our partners in sport, OPHEA, have done significant work with committees for Rowan's Law Day.

OPHEA's Rowan's Law Day Toolkit for Schools encourages students to speak up about concussions.

The toolkit includes:

*Information about Rowan Stringer and Rowan's Law Day

*A list of concussion awareness activities for school

*Printable posters

*Links to additional concussion resources

Please download the toolkit by clicking the url below:


Also, OPHEA's revised Concussion Protocol and implementation tools (Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines, Appendix C-1) and OPHEA's revised Concussion Identification, Management and Prevention for Schools 2018/19 e-Learning module, also help educators stay current with concussion safety.


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