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Boys' Basketball Results 2015

Wednesday, April, 8, 2015

OFSAA Boys' Basketball Championships 2015

AAAA Basketball - Windsor

(Full Results on AAAA website)

GOLD MEDALISTS - St. Michael's College School

Silver Medalists - St Edmund Campion

Bronze Medalists - Pine Ridge SS

Antique Bronze Medalists - Father Henry Carr

Consolation Champs - HB Beal

 

AAA Basketball - Windsor

(full results on AAA website)

GOLD MEDALISTS - Catholic Central High School


 

Silver Medalists - West Humber CI

Bronze Medalists - Cathedral 

Antique Bronze Medalists - Saltfleet DHS

Consolation Champs - Upper Canada College

 

AA Basketball - Ottawa

(full results on AA website)

GOLD MEDALISTS - St. Francis SS

Silver Medalists - Crescent

Bronze Medalists - Merivale

Antique Bronze Medalists - Korah CI

Consolation Champs - Sydenham

 

A Basketball - Pain Court

(full results on A website)

GOLD MEDALISTS - Ridley College

Silver Medalists - O'Gorman HS

Bronze Medalists - Ashbury College

Antique Bronze Medalists - King's Christian

Consolation Champs - St. Lawrence SS

 

CONGRATS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS IN OFSAA 2015 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS!

Girls' Volleyball Results 2015

Wednesday, April, 8, 2015

OFSAA Girls' Volleyball Championships 2015

AAAA Volleyball - Windsor

(Full results available on AAAA Volleyball website)

OFSAA Gold Medalists - Sinclair SS


Silver Medalists - Maxwell Heights

Bronze Medalists - Bishop Allen

Antique Bronze Medalists - Bill Crothers

Consolation Champs - Louis Riel

 

AAA Volleyball - Ingersoll

(Full Results available on AAA Volleyball site)

OFSAA Gold Medalists - Abbey Park

Silver Medalists - Stouffville

Bronze Medalists - London Central

Antique Bronze Medalists - Ingersoll District CI

Consolation Champs - John McCrae

 

AA Volleyball - Dryden

(Full results available on AA Volleyball site)

OFSAA Gold Medalists - Eden HS

Silver Medalists - Widdifield SS

Bronze Medalists - Huron Park SS

Antique Bronze Medalists - Francis Libermann

Consolation Champs - General Amherst

 

A Volleyball - Hamilton

(full results available on A Volleyball site)

Gold Medalists - Toronto District Christian High

Silver Medalists - École Secondaire Catholique Monseigneur-Bruyere

Bronze Medalists - Woodland Christian High

Antique Bronze Medalists - St. Thomas Aquinas HS

Consolation Champs - Notre-Dame

Curling Results 2015

Friday, March, 13, 2015

OFSAA Curling Championships 2015

-Brighton-

FULL results available on OFSAA Curling website

 

Boys' Curling Medalists

GOLD - Lockerby CS

Silver - Westgate HS

Bronze - Sacred Heart CHS

Antique Bronze - Chatham Kent SS

 

Girls' Curling Medalists

GOLD - Queen Elizabeth DHS

Silver - Mayfield SS

Bronze - Lawrence Park CI

Antique Bronze - Parry Sound HS

 

FULL RESULTS & SCORES - CLICK HERE

PLAYOFF RESULTS & SCORES - CLICK HERE

Swimming Championship Results

Thursday, March, 12, 2015

OFSAA Swimming 2015

March 3-4, Etobicoke Olympium

FULL RESULTS AND TIMES AVAILABLE ON OFSAA SWIMMING SITE

Team Results

Overall Combined Team
Georgetown District 

Senior Girls' Team
Georgetown District

Senior Boys' Team
St Andrew's College  

Junior Girls' Team
Georgetown District

Junior Boys' Team
Georgetown District 

ParaSport Team
W Ross Macdonald

Open Girls' Team
Glendale HS

Open Boys' Team
Banting SS 

Tuesday Results

Women 200 SC Meter Freestyle
Penny Oleksiak, Monarch Park Collegiate 

Men 200 SC Meter Freestyle
Panos Papangelakiws, St Thomas Aquinas-GHAC

Women 15 & Over 200 SC Meter Freestyle
Pari Baker, Clarkson Secondary

Men 15 & Over 200 SC Meter Freestyle
Matthew Moore, Sinclair Secondary School 

Women 14 & Under 4x50 SC Meter Medley JR Relay
Georgetown District-GHAC

Men 14 & Under 4x50 SC Meter Medley JR Relay
Clarkson Secondary

Women 4x50 SC Meter Medley Relay
Glendale HS - WO

Men 4x50 SC Meter Medley Relay
Banting SS - WO

Women 20 & Under 50 SC Meter Freestyle PARA Multi-Class
Alicia Denoon, John F Ross

Men 20 & Under 50 SC Meter Freestyle PARA Multi-Class
Zach Griffith, St Joseph’s WO

Women 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Freestyle JR
Eryn Loney, MM Robinson-GHAC 

Men 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Freestyle JR
Tommy ly, RH King Academy

Women 15 & Over 50 SC Meter Freestyle SR
Jennifer Hoang, Albert Campbell CI

Men 15 & Over 50 SC Meter Freestyle SR
Thomas Leung, Bill Crothers Secondary School 

Women 50 SC Meter Freestyle
Penny Oleksiak, Monarch Park Collegiate
OFSAA RECORD - 25.95 

Men 50 SC Meter Freestyle
Alex Auster, Ashbury College (NCSSAA)
OFSAA RECORD - 23.35 

Women 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Butterfly JR
Sarah Whitlock, Dunbarton High School

Men 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Butterfly JR
Angus Cowan, North Park Collegiate & VS

Women 15 & Over 50 SC Meter Butterfly SR
Dana Dusevic, Colonel By SS (NCSSAA)

Men 15 & Over 50 SC Meter Butterfly SR
Jonathan van der Veen, Southwood Secondary School

Women 100 SC Meter Butterfly
Hannah Genich, St Mary (COSSA)

Men 100 SC Meter Butterfly
William Dixon, TA Blakelock (GHAC)

Women 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Breaststroke JR
Linden Chung, Mayfield SS (ROPSSAA)

Men 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Breaststroke JR
Jake Gray, Upper Canada College 

Women 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Breaststroke
Tiara Higuchi, Port Credit Secondary School 

Men 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Breaststroke
Jonathan Chu, Upper Canada College

Women 100 SC Meter Breaststroke
Samantha Anderson, Bill Crothers Secondary School 

Men 100 SC Meter Breaststroke
David Xu, St Andrew's College

Women 15 & Over 4x50 SC Meter Medley SR Relay
Lawrence Park CI

Men 15 & Over 4x50 SC Meter Medley SR Relay
St Andrew's College

Wednesday

Women 200 SC Meter IM
Sophia Papadedes, John F Ross 

Men 200 SC Meter IM
Will Morley, Univesity of Toronto Schools

Women 14 & Under 4x50 SC Meter Freestyle JR Relay
Dunbarton High School

Men 14 & Under 4x50 SC Meter Freestyle JR Relay
Upper Canada College

Women 15 & Over 100 SC Meter IM SR
Tiara Higuchi, Port Credit Secondary School 

Men 15 & Over 100 SC Meter IM SR
Jonathan van der Veen, Southwood Secondary School 
OFSAA RECORD - 1:01.90 

Women 100 SC Meter IM
Olivia Kelly, Msgr Paul Dwyer CHS

Men 100 SC Meter IM
Will Dickson, Westmount 

Women 14 & Under 100 SC Meter IM JR
Brooke DeCarlo, Innisdale Secondary School

Men 14 & Under 100 SC Meter IM JR
Angus Cowan, North Park Collegiate & VS 
OFSAA RECORD - 1:03.26

Women 20 & Under 100 SC Meter Freestyle PARA Multi-Class
Gabby Baird, Centennial CVI

Men 20 & Under 100 SC Meter Freestyle PARA Multi-Class
Kyle Brunet, W Ross Macdonald 

Women 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Freestyle SR
Angelina Pan, Havergal College 

Men 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Freestyle SR
Thomas Leung, Bill Crothers Secondary School 

Women 100 SC Meter Freestyle
Josee Barrette, Esc Pierre Savard (NCSSAA)

Men 100 SC Meter Freestyle
William Dixon, TA Blakelock (GHAC)

Women 14 & Under 100 SC Meter Freestyle JR
Harriet Owen, Huron Park SS 

Men 14 & Under 100 SC Meter Freestyle JR
Alejandro Madrazo Murillo, St Andrew's College 
OFSAA RECORD - 57.25 

Women 20 & Under 50 SC Meter Backstroke PARA Multi-Class
Alicia Denoon, John F Ross

Men 20 & Under 50 SC Meter Backstroke PARA Multi-Class
Kyle Brunet, W Ross Macdonald 

Women 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Backstroke
Jennifer Hoang, Albert Campbell CI 

Men 15 & Over 100 SC Meter Backstroke
Jason Lacsamana, Bishop Reding (GHAC)

Women 100 SC Meter Backstroke
Erin Power, Uxbridge Secondary School 

Men 100 SC Meter Backstroke
Tyler Immel-Herron, St Mary (COSSA)

Women 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Backstroke JR
Brooke DeCarlo, Innisdale Secondary School 
OFSAA RECORD - 31.77 

Men 14 & Under 50 SC Meter Backstroke JR
Zac Vhrovsek, Sir Winston Churchill (SOSSA)

Women 15 & Over 4x50 SC Meter Freestyle SR Relay
Georgetown District

Men 15 & Over 4x50 SC Meter Freestyle SR Relay
St Andrew's College
OFSAA RECORD - 1:38.10 

Women 4x100 SC Meter Freestyle Relay
North Park Collegiate & VS

Men 4x100 SC Meter Freestyle Relay
Bishop Reding

Wrestling Results 2015

Thursday, March, 12, 2015

OFSAA Wrestling Championship 2015

March 3-4, WFCU Center, Windsor

FULL RESULTS AVAILABLE ON OFSAA WRESTLING SITE

 

TEAM RESULTS

Overall Boys' Champions
Craig Kielburger - GHAC

Overall Girls Champions
Turner Fenton - ROPSSAA

Combined Champions
Turner Fenton - ROPSSAA

 

BOYS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

38 kg: Greg Wilson, North Lambton - SWOSSAA

41 kg: Alexander Stirling, Orillia District Park - GBSSA

44 kg: Brayden Todd, Ingersoll DCI - WOSSAA

47.5 kg: Marco Palermo, St. Patrick - NWOSSAA

51 kg: Brody Collison, Massey - SWOSSAA

54 kg: Youssef Clayb, Massey - SWOSSAA

57.5 kg: Tyler Ferreira, Viillanova - SWOSSAA

61 kg: Chris McIssac, Patrick Fogarty - GBSSA

64 kg: Cole Michaelis, Craig Kielburger - GHAC

67.5 kg: Amanie McLaren, Central - GBSSA

72 kg: Noah Erskine, Nouvelle Alliance - GBSSA

77 kg: Juwan Burgess, Pickering - LOSSA

83 kg: Brad MaGarrey, Bishop Ryan - GHAC

89 kg: Trey Senior, Heart Lake - ROPSSAA

95 kg: Javir Boal, West Humber - TDSSAA

130 kg: Sunny Narwal, West Humber - TDSSAA

 

GIRLS' INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

41 kg: Marissa Welsh, Cathedral - GHAC

44 kg: Rachael Swinson, Beamsville - SOSSA

47.5 kg: Raquel Reid, Turner Fenton - ROPSSAA

51 kg: Jade Dufour, L'Essor - SWOSSAA

54 kg: Taylor Richard, Georgetown - GHAC 

57.5 kg: Larissa Bufalino, Woodstock - WOSSAA

61 kg: Taylor Cartwright, Central - GBSSA

64 kg: Shauna Kuebeck Port Perry - LOSSA

67.5 kg: Keagin Collie, E.L. Crossley - SOSSA

72 kg: Carmella Fleurant, Turner Fenton - ROPSSAA

77 kg: Nikki Cubitt, Beamsville - SOSSA

83 kg: Cassidy Noowan, St. Jean De Brebeuf - GHAC 

115 kg: Roshane Palmer, Newtonbrook - TDSSAA

OFSAA Snow Sports Results

Wednesday, March, 4, 2015

OFSAA Snow Sports Champions

OFSAA Nordic Skiing Championship

Thurs-Fri February 19-20, Sudbury

Results on OFSAA Nordic website

Boys' Senior Team - Glebe Collegiate Institute

Girls' Senior Team - Glebe Collegiate Institute

Combined Senior Team - Huntsville High School

Boys' Senior Individual - Aidan Kirkham

Girls' Senior Individual - Soren Meeuwisse

Boys' Junior Team - Glebe Collegiate Institute

Girls' Junior Team - Glebe Collegiate Institute

Combined Junior Team - Glebe Collegiate Institute

Boys' Junior Individual - Alexander Maycock

Girls' Junior Individual - Alia Sanger

 

OFSAA Alpine Skiing Championship

Mon-Tues February 23-24, Blue Mountain

Results on OFSAA Alpine Site

Slalom

Level 1 - Girls' Slalom Team - SCHS

Level 1 - Girls' Slalom Individual - Sophie Ackert, LBM

Level 1 - Boys' Slalom Team - SAC

Level 1 - Boys' Slalom Individual - Ward Kyle, LKBY

Level 2 - Girls' Slalom Team - LRSS

Level 2 - Girls' Slalom Individual - Sierra Smith, LRSS

Level 2 - Boys' Slalom Team - LRSS

Level 2 - Boys' Slalom Individual - Joseph Mergl, SVC

Giant Slalom

Level 1 - Girls' Giant Slalom Team - LPCI

Level 1 - Girls' Giant Slalom Individual - Pia Winter, TLSS

Level 1 - Boys' Giant Slalom Team - SCHS

Level 1 - Boys' Giant Slalom Individual - Ward Kyle, LKBY

Level 2 - Girls' Giant Slalom Team - LPCI

Level 2 - Girls' Giant Slalom Individual - Sierra Smith, LRSS

Level 2 - Boys' Giant Slalom Team - HSC

Level 2 - Boys' Giant Slalom Individual - Will Cornya, HSC

 

OFSAA Snowboarding Festival

Thursday, February 26, Blue Mountain

Results on OFSAA Snowboarding Site

Girls' Team - Aurora HS

Boys' Team - Oakville Trafalgar

Girls' Level 1 Individual - Hannah Cochrane, KHS

Boys' Level 1 Individual - Will Izzard, Oakville Trafalgar

Girls' Level 2 Individual - Emma Dorland, Lawrence Park

Boys' Level 2 Individual - Eric Van Hees, Oakville Trafalgar

Get Your Copy of OFSAA's Winter 2015 Bulletin

Thursday, February, 26, 2015

OFSAA's Bulletin magazine is sent to schools across Ontario three times a year. Click the cover image below to download your own PDF version of the Winter 2015 Bulletin.

In this edition

  • Recaps of OFSAA Fall 2014 Championships and Festivals
  • 2014-15 Championship Calendar
  • Coaching courses available
  • Scholarships for student-athletes
  • OFSAA 2015 Coaching Symposium news
  • Coaching tips, sports articles, and more!

AAA Volleyball Champs Back At It

Thursday, February, 12, 2015

The OFSAA Girls' AAA Volleyball Championships are less than a month away in Ingersoll. 

Visit the OFSAA Championship website here

The defending champion Abbey Park Eagles are 10-0 so far this season and their success is as much about remembering what got them to the top of the mountain ast year as it is about finding themselves again.

Per InsideHalton.com:

"Abbey Park Eagles coach Julie Burr understands there are similarities between this year’s team and the one that won provincial high school AAA gold last spring.

She just prefers not to talk about them.

“We have tried not to make too many comparisons between the teams,” said Burr, whose Eagles completed their second straight undefeated Halton senior girls’ volleyball league campaign Tuesday with a 2-0 victory over the Garth Webb Chargers.

“It’s been important for myself and (assistant coach) Christy Holmes to really understand this season is a different team, to not reference what we did last year. From the beginning of the season, we’ve focused on who we are as a group this year and what we need to do as a group this year.”

This year’s edition of the Eagles is 10-0 overall in league play, winning 20 of 22 sets. Last season, Abbey Park was 13-0 overall and 26-3 in sets. The team is still led by former Ontario beach volleyball champion partners Tori Gorrell and Sarah Williams."

Read the rest of the article here 

Nordic Skiing Championship

Thursday, February, 12, 2015

OFSAA's Nordic Skiing has a unique flavour and style among all of our Championships.

It's a fun and sometimes silly atmosphere around the competition, capped by a banquet that often brings out hilarous themed costumes.

The 2015 OFSAA Nordic Skiing Championship takes place February 19-20 in Sudbury, hosted in Laurentian's Nordic Trails.

Click here to view the competition schedule

Maps of the race courses may be downloaded here

For more information on the OFSAA Nordic Skiing CHampionships please visit the website or contact convenor Perry Sakki


Ten Tips For A Safe Winter

Monday, February, 2, 2015

With snow hitting the slopes soon and students waiting for the last bell before the break, OFSAA would like to remind everybody to stay active, safe and healthy this winter.

Here are Ten Tips from the Sport Information Resource Centre to follow this season...

There are many excellent winter activities for adults and youth to enjoy as a recreational pastime or competitively. Cold temperatures, icy surfaces and high speeds can be a risky business though, so we're sharing some tips for keeping you and your family safe outdoors this holiday season.

  1. Wear proper protective equipment such as helmets, goggles and wrist guards.
  2. Ensure your equipment has the proper fit and know how to properly care for it - loose or poorly fitting equipment increases the risk of injuries.
  3. Children and beginners should take lessons from a certified instructor before tackling a new sport.
  4. Be aware of your surroundings, many serious injuries result from colliding with trees, poles or other recreational athletes. Know the whereabouts of fences, rocks, open water, and ice patches so they can be avoided.
  5. Be aware of the weather and trail or slope conditions - deep snow, such as powder, fresh snow or groomed slopes/trails significantly lower injury rates.
  6. Know your ability and skill level and stick to trails and slopes that work best for you. This is difficult for children (they may not have the experience or judgment to determine their skill level), so the parent should help them with this assessment.
  7. Whether you are hiking, snowshoeing, tobogganing, skiing or snowboarding - never go out on the hill alone and stay on designated marked trails. 
  8. Learn how to fall. This may seem counter-intuitive but knowing how to fall safely and correctly takes time to learn and is a huge part of injury prevention. If you feel yourself falling, try to land on your side or buttocks. Don't fight the fall, try to roll somewhat naturally, and allow your head to turn in the direction of the roll.
  9. Pace yourself. Most sports are physically taxing to the body, be honest about your fitness levels and do some training before you head out. When you are out there, be sure to warm up and cool down at the beginning and end of your day.
  10. Many people injure themselves at the end of the day when they are tired from hours of physical exertion. If you are tired or in pain, resist the urge to ‘go for a last run’, call it a day and get some rest.

Winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, and skating can be exhilarating and offer fun and exercise for the whole family. With a little preparation, injuries can be avoided with some professional instruction, properly fitted protective equipment, and a little common sense.

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