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Boys' Volleyball Results 2015

Monday, November, 30, 2015

Boys' AAA Volleyball


GOLD - Agincourt CI (TDSSAA)

SILVER - Mississauga SS (ROPSSAA)

BRONZE - St. Michael's College (CISAA)

ANTIQUE BRONZE - Regiopolis Notre-Dame (EOSSAA)



Boys' AA Volleyball








Boys' A Volleyball


GOLD - Quinte Christian HS (COSSA)

SILVER - Woodland Christian HS (CWOSSA)

BRONZE - University of Toronto Schools (TDCAA)

ANTIQUE BRONZE - Durham Christian HS (LOSSA)




LIVE Streaming at OFSAA

Wednesday, November, 25, 2015

Hoping to cheer on your school team but not able to get there? OFSAA is happy to bring LIVE streaming to several of its Championships that will be FREE to watch. Watching live will be free with on-demand services available at a small fee on our partner's websites. 

More details will be posted as they are available but for the 2015-16 school year OFSAA has arranged to stream:

  • Cross Country
  • Football Bowl Series
  • Basketball (Girls' and Boys' A,AA,AAA)
  • Volleyball (Boys' and Girls' A,AA,AAA)
  • Track & Field

Our partners...


Broadcasting on OFSAA.TV

Streaming OFSAA Girls' AAA, and AAA Basketball, & Boys' AAA, and AAA Volleyball, Nov. 26-28, 2015

Streaming OFSAA Boys' AAA, and AAA Basketball, & Girls' AAA, and AAA Volleyball, March 7-9, 2016


Broadcasting on AthleticsCanada.TV

Streaming OFSAA Cross Country Championships from Duntroon, Nov. 7, 2015 and OFSAA Track & Field Championships from Windsor, June 2-4, 2016.




Broadcasting on CanadaFootballChat.com 

Streaming OFSAA Football Bowl Series from Hamilton, Nov. 30 - Dec. 2, 2015





Direct links to the LIVE streams will be posted when they become active. Any questions about the streams can be directed to Devin Gray, OFSAA Communications Coordinator, devin@ofsaa.on.ca

Cross Country Results 2015

Monday, November, 23, 2015

Date: Saturday, November 7, 2015
Location: Highlands Nordic, Duntroon, ON

Click HERE for the official OFSAA Cross Country website



Midget Girls (3080 M)


1.  Cameron Ormond, Aurora HS, Aurora

2.  Remy Cattell, Leaside HS, Toronto

3.  Sydney Winokur, Lawrence Park CI, Toronto

4.  Maxine Dupuis, ESC. Theriault, Timmins

5.  Tori Bouck, Sir Frederick Banting, London

6.  Maddy Greig, Eastview SS , Barrie



1. Northern SS ( Toronto) 99 Points

2. ESC Theriault Timmins) 146 Points

3. Glebe CI ( Ottawa) 287 Points

4. East Northumberland ( Brighton) 292 Points

5. Uxbridge SS ( Uxbridge) 305 Points

6. Sir Winston Churchill SS ( St. Catharines) 308 Points


Midget Boys (4955 M)


1.Brock McKenzie , Our Lady of Lourdes, Guelph

2. Nicholas Mota, Newmarket HS, Newmarket

3. Joshua Zelek, Staratford Central, Stratford

4. Brady Johnston Nielson , Sir Robert Borden, Nepean

5. Jack Pensom, Glebe CI – Ottawa

6. Noah Costa, Vincent Massey , Windsor



1. St. Michael’s College ( Toronto)                              104 Points

2. Vincent Massey SS ( Windsor)                 142 Points

3.  Sir Winston Churchill SS ( St. Catharines)               209 Points

4.  St. Mary’s HS , Kitchener                                      212 Points

5.  Glebe CI, Ottawa                                                 257 Points

6. Upper Canada College ( Toronto)                             258 Points



Junior Girls  (4070M)


1.  Mei Mei Weston, Glebe CI, Ottawa

2.  Jocelyn Chau, De La Salle College, Toronto

3.  Emily – Rose Boston, Maximilian Kobe, Aurora

4.  Delainey Johnson, Chatham- Kent SS, Chatham

5.  Sophie Warren, Valour, Petawawa

6.  Lily Meek, Thousand Islands SS, Brockville



1Vincent Massey ( Windsor)                                      245 Points

2. Sinclair SS ( Oshawa )                280 Points

3. Our Lady of Lourdes CHS ( Guelph)      290 Points

4  Glebe CI ( Ottawa)                                       303 Points

5. Resurrection CSS , Kitchener                                   350 Points

6.  Lawrence Park CI ( Toronto)                                   361 Points


Junior Boys (5985 m)


1.  Thomas Witkowicz, All Saints, Whitby

2.  Cameron Dean, Anderson CVI, Whitby

3.  Marcus Kemp, St. Mary’s HS , Kitchener

4.  Philipe Turcanu, Bell HS, Nepean

5.  Adam Bridger, Notre Dame CSS , Ajax 

6.  Jonathan DeSouza, Marguerite D’Youvillle, Brampton 



1.  Notre Dame CSS, ( Ajax )  229 Points

2.  Dundas Valley, ( Dundas )                                     269 Points

3.  Vincent Massey SS ( Windsor)                          271 Points

4.  Centre Wellington DHS ( Fergus)                            273 Points

5.  St. Marcellinus CSS ( Mississauga)                           310 Points

6.  E.L. Crossley SS ( Font Hill )                                     327 Points                    


Senior Girls (4955m)


1.  Madeleine Ghazarian, Preston HS, Preston

2.  Brogan MacDougall, Regiopolis – Notre Dame, Kingston

3.  Christiane Konstantopoul, Toronto Prep School, Toronto

4.  Hiley Dobbs, Donald A. Wilson, Whitby

5.  Branna MacDougall, Regiopolis – Notre Dame, Kingston

6.  Miranda Thompson, Bishop Strachan School, Toronto



1.  Glebe CI ( Ottawa )                                                77 Points

2.  Lawrence Park CI ( Toronto)                                                235 Points

3.  Bishop  Strachan School ( Toronto)    266 Points     

4.  Regiopolis – Notre Dame ( Kingston)                                  286 Points                                                    

5.  Michael Power / St. Joseph’s ( Toronto)                              325 Points

6.  Courtice SS ( Courtice)                                                        370 Points                     


Senior Boys (6850m)


1.  Cameron Linscott , Kingston CVI, Kingston

2.  Riley Tell, Fr. Leo Austin, Whitby

3.  Andrew Shepherd, Cameron Heights , Kitchener

4.  Ehab El-Sandali , Westview Centennial SS, Toronto

5.  Edward Hayfron, Birchmount Park, Toronto

6.  Mathieu Plamondon, ESC Theriault, Timmins



1.  Birchmount Park ( Toronto )                                       156 Points

2.  Sir Winston Churchill SS ( St. Catharines)                 161 Points

3.  Holy Names CHS ( Windsor)                                      255 Points

4.  Msgr. Paul Dwyer CHS ( Oshawa )                            304 Points      

5. Kingston CVI ( Kingston)                316 Points

6. St. James CHS ( Guelph)                                           350 Points


Para Invitational (3K) - Male

1.  Mitchell Chase, Dunbarton , Pickering

2.  Nicholas Neri, Cardinal Leger, Brampton

3.  Michael Hollis, St. Thomas Aquinas, London

4.  Jacob Balan , St. Marcellinus , Mississauga

5.  Nick Heffernen , St. Thomas Aquinas, London

6.  Chris Heaney, St. James CHS, Guelph


Para  Intellectual (3K) – Female

1. Julianne Miszk, St. Michael CHS, Niagara Falls

2. Clarista Ardiel , Almaquin Highlands, South River

3. Lauren Marquis , St. Paul SS, Mississauga

4. Lillias Culham, Stayner CI, Stayner


Para Intellectual (3K) – Male

1. Michael Hollis , St. Thomas Aquinas SS, London

2. Jacob Balan, St. Marcellinus CSS, Mississauga

3. Charles Addley, Westminster SS , London

4. Owen Konkle, Beamsville DSS, Beamsville

5. Hamam Qwider, Woodroffe HS, Ottawa

6. Nathan Nowak, Regiopolis - Notre Dame , Kingston


Para Ambulatory (3K) – Male

1. Zack Gingras, Bill Crothers SS , Unionville

2. Nick Hefferman, St. Thomas Aquinas, London

3. Hudson Booth, Almaquin Highlands , South River

4. Josiah Grof, Nantyr Shores SS, Innisfil


Para Visual  (3K) – Male 

1. Nicholas Neri, Cardinal leger SS, Brampton

2. Joshua Roberto, Msgr. Paul Dwyer, Oshawa





First - Glebe CI ( Ottawa ) - 50 Points

Second – Lawrence Park CI ( Toronto ) – 35 Points

Third – Northern SS ( Toronto) – 29 Points

Fourth – Vincent Massey SS ( Windsor ) – 20 Points

Fifth -  Sinclair SS ( Whitby) – 18 Points

Sixth - ESC Theriault (Timmins) – 18 Points





First – Vincent Massey SS ( Windsor) – 37 Points

Second – Sir Winston Churchill SS ( St. Catharines )  – 34 Points

Third – St. Michael’s College School ( Toronto) – 24 Points

Third -   Holy Names SS ( Windsor) – 24 Points

Third – Birchmount Park ( Toronto) – 24 Points

Fifth – Notre dame CSS ( Ajax) – 20 Points

Field Hockey - Girls' Championship

Tuesday, November, 17, 2015

Nov. 5-7th, 2015

Peterborough, ON

Click HERE for the official OFSAA Field Hockey Website



GOLD - Resurrection Phoenix, CWOSSA (Kitchener)
Silver - Goderich Vikings, WOSSAA (Goderich)
Bronze - Bluevale Knights, CWOSSA (Waterloo)
Antique Bronze - Clarkson Chargers, ROPSSAA (Clarkson)

Match Results

12:30 PM – Sir Sanford Fleming Upper Field (Gold Medal Game)


1st Half

2nd Half

Final Score

Resurrection Phoenix

Corrado, E. Buttinger

Vitello, Hillier


Goderich Vikings




Resurrection Phoenix wins Gold medal.

Goderich Vikings win Silver medal.

12:30 PM – Sir Sanford Fleming Lower Field (Bronze Medal Game)


1st Half

2nd Half

Final Score

Clarkson Chargers




Bluevale Knights

Bakker, Evans, Beaton

Faiczak, Faiczak


Bluevale Knights win Bronze medal.

Clarkson Chargers win Antique Bronze medal.

Josten's Sponsors Character Athlete Award

Thursday, November, 5, 2015

In partnership with OFSAA's official ring provider Josten's, OFSAA is happy to announce our Character Athlete Award is now offering financial support of $1000 to deserving student-athletes who display OFSAA's characteristics of leadership, commitment, respect, equity, growth and development.

OFSAA has awarded one girl and one boy twice per year since 2013 to recognize student-athletes with exceptional character in their school and their community. The award will now be offered once per year to one boy and one girl with nominations due to the OFSAA office by Monday, May 2nd.

Character Athlete Award Nomination

The Character Athletes will be profiled in our Bulletin magazine, on our website, and in our Enewsletter. They will also receive a $1000 scholarship from Josten's, and a plaque from OFSAA commemorating this accomplishment.

View All OFSAA Awards

High School Smash - Badminton Contest Winners

Tuesday, November, 3, 2015

OFSAA and our official Badminton partners Yonex have teamed up for the second year to present the High School Smash program to get more students involved in a school sport they could end up playing the rest of their lives. 

Applicants were asked to submit a plan for an intramural badminton program in their school that would be sustainable, use student leaders, involve students who were new to badminton, and students of all grade levels. 

After applications were sorted the successful applicants were entered in a random draw with the following four schools winning:

  • Sir John A. Macdonald (Hamilton)
  • Great Lakes Christian HS (Beamsville)
  • École secondaire catholique Nouvelle-Alliance (Barrie)
  • Rainy River HS (Rainy River)

Congratulations to the schools that were selected for the prize and we at OFSAA and Yonex look forward to seeing the results of your badminton programming!

Each school has won:

  • 16 Yonex Nanospeed (or equivalent) racquets
  • 5 dozen (60) Mavis 350 shuttles
  • A badminton instructional DVD
  • Potential for your school to host a showcase match between National Team members (dependent on availability of athletes)

The High School Smash contest will run again next fall with applications and further information available HERE

OFSAA Golf Results

Thursday, October, 29, 2015

OFSAA Boys' Golf Championship

October 14-15, Windsor


Sam Meek wins OFSAA Gold with birdie on fourth playoff hole



OFSAA Girls' Golf Festival

October 15, Windsor


Association Player School Score
WOSSAA  Isabella Potokalis Oakridge 72
WOSSAA  Haley Barclay Strathroy 75
YRAA    Elice Hong St. Elizabeth 76
SWOSSAA   Megan Schauer Sandwich 76
ROPSSAA  Delana Basanisi St. Marcellinus 76
SWOSSAA   H. Katona Tilbury District 76
NCSSAA   Julia Malone Ashbury 78
EOSSAA Abby Anghelescu Regiopolis 78
SWOSSAA   Brooke. Mackinnon Chatham Kent 79
SOSSA  Sukriti Harjal St. Michaels 79

Try Day funding for your school!

Thursday, October, 29, 2015

Pickleball rackets click and clack, show shoes crunch, tchoukballs spring, kin-balls bounce, rock walls belay on, and yogis pose silently in gyms across Ontario. These are the sounds of Try Day.

This popular and successful program provided by OFSAA and the Ministry of Education, Government of Ontario, has been embraced by schools and teachers across the province in past years and created a legacy of new favourite sports to be played for years to come. It’s a great way to promote athletic leadership in schools and introduce an activity that gets students active in non-traditional ways.

Funding up to $700 will again be provided to 110 publicly-funded secondary schools to introduce a new sport or physical activity. APPLY NOW - the program fills up quickly!!

WHAT are the Criteria to qualifying for funding?

  • The Try Day activity must introduce a new sport or physical activity to their current physical education program and be offered to students in multiple grade levels 
  • Priority will be given to new applicants to the Try Day program, rural and small schools, and schools conducting sustainable programs.
  • Schools must include a minimum of 60 participants (30 in schools with a student population under 500) in the Try Day program, and six student leaders in the planning and implementation of the event 
  • Try Day programs must be completed by April 15, 2016


HOW do we apply and receive funding? 

  • All applications must be submitted online http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/programs/try-day.
  • Funds will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, provided that the request fits the parameters of the program.
  • Your school will receive their acceptance for funding by email if all criteria are in place, and a reporting package will be emailed within 2 weeks of your submission. Posters will follow by mail.
  • To receive reimbursement, schools must submit online the final report, receipts, photos, student evaluations, and any media articles of their Try Day event, no later than April 30th, 2016.



Fill out the Registration Form ONLINE now and submit it to OFSAA



**If you do not receive a reply within 2 weeks of submitting your application, please contact me. 

Diana Ranken, ‘Try Day’ Program Coordinator, diana@ofsaa.on.ca

OFSAA Bulletin Magazine Fall 2015

Friday, October, 16, 2015

OFSAA's Bulletin Magazine hits schools across Ontario three times per year. The Fall 2015 issue is headed to a school near you!

Can't wait for the print edition to reach your school? Download your own copy of the Bulletin by clicking HERE

In this issue;

  • Full 2015-16 schedule of OFSAA Championships
  • Results and photos from OFSAA's Spring 2015 Championships (congrats!)
  • An introduction to Donna Howard, OFSAA's new Executive Director
  • Information on OFSAA's 2016 Women's Sport School Conference
  • Important updates to sport playing regulations, and participant limits for team sports
  • Badminton and Football contests with OFSAA's partners
  • Resources for coaches
  • Awards and scholarship info
  • News, articles, and more!

Host an OFSAA sanctioned Ultimate tournament

Thursday, October, 15, 2015

As you are aware Ultimate has become an increasingly popular sport in Ontario.  In 2015 OFSAA, the Ontario Disc Sports Association (ODSA) and the Ontario Trillium Foundation teamed up to offer an opportunity for students and teachers to participate in Ultimate tournaments across the province. 

Five regions comprised of three Associations hosted OFSAA Sanctioned Ultimate Invitational Tournaments in 2015.  Over 1500 student-athletes and teacher-coaches participated.  The hard work from volunteer teachers proved to be an astounding success and helped build the framework for growth of Ultimate in Ontario Secondary Schools.

The ODSA and OFSAA are pleased to announce continued support for 2016.  Currently we are looking for tournament convenors in your region to host an OFSAA Ultimate sanctioned event this spring.  If your school is interested please contact Shamus Bourdon for more details: shamus@ofsaa.on.ca or 416-426-7440.     


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