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OFSAA Boys' Basketball Results 2017

Thursday, March, 9, 2017

OFSAA Boys' AAA Basketball 2017

March 6-8, North Bay

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GOLD - St. Michael's CS, CISAA (71-70)

Silver - St. Benedict, CWOSSA

Bronze - Pine Ridge, LOSSA (53-52 OT)

Antique Bronze - Cardinal Newman, TDCAA

 

OFSAA Boys' AA Basketball 2017

March 6-8, Sault Ste Marie

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GOLD - Ashbury, NCSSAA (76-62)

Silver - Thornlea, YRAA

Bronze - Kennedy, SWOSSAA (54-44)

Antique Bronze - Frontenac SS, EOSSAA

 

 

OFSAA Boys' A Basketball 2017

March 6-8, Windsor
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GOLD - Central Toronto Academy, TDSSAA (82-49)

Silver - Louis Riel, NCSSAA

Bronze - Nicholson CC, COSSA (69-68)

Antique Bronze - ESC E.J. Lajeunesse, SWOSSAA

OFSAA Girls' Volleyball Results 2017

Wednesday, March, 8, 2017

OFSAA Girls' AAA Volleyball 2017

March 6-8, Barrie

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GOLD - Havergal College, CISAA (26-28, 25-15, 25-14, 25-22)

Silver - Oakridge SS, WOSSAA

Bronze - Dr. Frank Hayden SS, GHAC (25-20, 21-25, 25-21, 21-25, 15-11) 

Antique Bronze - St. Maximilian-Kolbe, YRAA

 

OFSAA Girls' AA Volleyball 2017

March 6-8, Belleville

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GOLD - Corpus Christi CSS, GHAC (25-23, 21-25, 25-23, 25-12)

Silver - Riverside SS, SWOSSAA

Bronze - St. Mary CSS, GHAC (34-36, 25-21, 25-23, 25-22)

Antique Bronze - Silverthorn CI, TDSSAA

 

 

OFSAA Girls' A Volleyball 2017

March 6-8, Welland
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GOLD - St. Mary's DCVI, WOSSAA (25-20, 25-18, 28-26)

Silver - ESC Franco-Cité, NOSSA

Bronze - Holy Trinity, CISAA (25-19, 25-13, 25-15)

Antique Bronze - ESC Jean-Vanier, SOSSA

OFSAA Snowboarding 2017 Results

Saturday, March, 4, 2017

OFSAA SNOWBOARDING FESTIVAL 2017

Thursday, March 2, 2017

BEAVER VALLEY SKI CLUB

 

View Full Results Here!

High School Division:  Girls' Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Jessica Town (Nelson) Aurora High School
Silver Jillian Sward (Country Day) Country Day School
Bronze Kaitlynn Edge (Armprior) Armprior HS


Open Division:  Girls' Giant Slalom 
(Individual)

Gold - Mikayla Crawford(Northern SS)

Silver - Dillen Oliver (Oakville Trafalgar)

Bronze - Jordan Tallis (Malvern CI)

High School Division:  Boys' Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Emmit Heisz (White Oaks)  Country Day School
Silver Reid Hall (Renfrew Collegiate) Aurora High School
Bronze Jordan Fletcher (Dr. Frank Hayden)  Dr. Frank Hayden SS

Open Division:  Boy's Giant Slalom (Individual)

Gold -  Corey Farber (CHAT)

Silver - David Van Hees (Oakville Trafalgar)

Bronze - Adam Farber (Forest Hill CI)


OFSAA Nordic Results 2017

Saturday, March, 4, 2017

OFSAA Nordic Skiing Championship

Feb. 28- March 1, 2017, Timmins 

VIEW FULL RESULTS FROM ZONE4

CHAMPIONSHIP PROGRAM (download pdf copy)

 

 

OFSAA 2017 WINNERS:

PARA NORDIC – Demonstration Event:

PN stand Boys 2.5km – Classic/Free

1

 

Mark Cheek

Huntsville High School I

0:10:03.4

2

 

Hudson Booth

Almaguin High;ands SS I

0:11:48.0

3

 

Rory McDonald

Mayfield Secondary School

0:14:56.2

 

PN Stand Girls 2.5 km. Classic\Free

 

 

 

1

 

Audreanne Soenens

Macdonald Cartier

0:14:53.9

2

 

Clarista Ardiel

Almaguin Highlands SS I

0:16:52.7

 

PN Sit Boys 2.5 km. Classic\Free

 

 

 

1

 

Caelan Flannigan

Timiskaming District Secondary School I

0:12:05.3

Jr Girls – 4km – Individual Results

1

 

Lila Yuhasz-Bell

Owen Sound DIstrict Secondary School

0:12:12.1

2

 

Kristen Kornell

École secondaire catholique Thériault I

0:12:18.0

3

 

Colleen Beck

Owen Sound DIstrict Secondary School

0:12:21.0

 

Jr Boys – 5km – Individual Results

1

 

Tyler Allan

Ashbury College I

0:13:00.3

2

 

Nick Poole

Parry Sound High School

0:13:36.8

3

 

Cameron Pouw

Glebe Collegiate Institute

0:13:46.0

 

Sr. Girls – 5km – Individual Results

1

 

Collingwood Collegiate Institute

0:15:01.8

2

 

Huntsville High School

0:15:07.9

3

 

Parry Sound High School

0:15:15.5

 

Sr Boys – 7.5km – Individual Results

1

 

Alec MacLean

EASTVIEW SECONDARY SCHOOL

0:19:21.0

2

 

Pierre Grall-Johnson

Glebe Collegiate Institute

0:19:24.0

3

 

Oliver Grocott

University of Toronto Schools I

0:19:35.7

 

Day 1 Team Awards:

Jr. Girls:

  1. Parry Sound High School
  2. Nepean High School
  3. Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School

Jr Boys

  1. Glebe Collegiate Institute
  2. Parry Sound High School
  3. Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School

Sr. Girls

  1. Collingwood Secondary School
  2. Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School
  3. Glebe Collegiate Institute

Sr. Boys

  1. Glebe Collegiate Institute A
  2. Owen Sound D.S.S.
  3. Adam Scott CVI

Sprint Awards:

JG Relay Final 3.2 km. Free Mass Start

 Junior Girls

 

 

PL

Bib

Team

Round

Time

1

1

Parry Sound High School

Final

0:08:19.69

2

2

Nepean High School

Final

0:08:20.99

3

4

Collingwood Collegiate Institute

Final

0:08:44.49

 

JB Relay Final 3.2 km. Free Mass Start

 Junior Boys

 

 

PL

Bib

Team

Round

Time

1

21

Glebe Collegiate Institute

Final

0:06:46.10

2

22

Parry Sound High School

Final

0:07:03.30

3

23

Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School

Final

0:07:24.50

 

SG Relay Final 3.2 km. Free Mass Start

 Senior Girls

 

 

PL

Bib

Team

Round

Time

1

41

Collingwood Collegiate Institute

Final

0:07:43.32

2

43

Glebe Collegiate Institute

Final

0:08:02.52

3

44

Parry Sound High School

Final

0:08:14.52

SB Relay Final 3.2 km. Free Mass Start

 Senior Boys

 

 

PL

Bib

Team

Round

Time

1

65

Glebe Collegiate Institute B

Final

0:06:34.41

2

61

Glebe Collegiate Institute

Final

0:06:35.21

3

62

Owen Sound DIstrict Secondary School

Final

0:06:46.71

OFSAA Alpine Results

Thursday, March, 2, 2017
OFSAA ALPINE CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 RESULTS
Feb 27-28, Blue Mountain, Collingwood

FOR FULL RESULTS AND TIMES CLICK HERE

High School Girls

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Lily Denis, JVCHS Lakefield College
Silver Abby McGregor, AUR Aurora H.S.
Bronze Erin Quinn, NTHRN South Carleton H.S.

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Jennifer Steenhorst, AUR Aurora HS
Silver Lily Denis, JVCHS Lakefield College
Bronze Abby McGregor, AUR Michael Power
High School Boys

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Logan Hunt, CDS Collingwood C.I.
Silver Alex Butt, LPCI Aurora H.S.
Bronze Liam Abbot, SMCS Lawrence Park C.I.

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Nicholas Orr, JVCHS St. Michael's College
Silver Will O'Brien, SMCS St. Andrew's College
Bronze Tanner Wright, CCI Collingwood CI

 

Open Girls

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Jayden Metcalfe, CCI Collingwood C.I.
Silver Daphne Stone, SCS St. Clements C.H.S.
Bronze Taylor Unger, AUR Nepean H.S.

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Kasha Mansour, LPCI Collingwood CI
Silver Jayden Metcalfe, CCI Lawrence Park CI
Bronze Sierra Gibson, HC St Clements School
Open Boys

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Zach Hyland, CCI Trafalgar H.S.
Silver Tom Smith, USS

Louis Riel S.S.

Bronze Eric Herauf, OTHS North Toronto C.I.

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Scott Thompson, LCS North Toronto CI
Silver Devin Mainguy, ESS Louis Riel SS
Bronze Zach Hyland, CCI Oakville-Trafalgar HS

OFSAA's Devin Gray moving on

Tuesday, February, 14, 2017

It is with immense sadness that OFSAA has to announce the departure of their much-beloved communications coordinator Devin Gray. 

Devin has accepted a position with Ontario Basketball as Manager of Marketing and Communications beginning Feb. 16, 2017.

"OFSAA really is an incredible organization and such a complex network of dedicated people who make it run, it will be a sad day to leave," said Gray. "I've learned so much. When I started I had no idea what OFSAA meant aside from provincial high school championships but now I understand the philosophy and guidance it lends to healthy active lives and the holistic development of young people across the province. I'll especially miss those in the office and regional representatives who I worked with closely. That said, I'm excited to be starting my new position with the OBA and focusing on my sport of specialty, even though I now idolize the multi-sport athlete. Thanks OFSAA!"

Devin has worked with OFSAA in the communications role for the past three-and-a-half years, ensuring positive media relations and brand image for the organization through the OFSAA website, media and social feeds. Devin introduced the Instagram feed @OFSAAGRAM, and the live streaming channel OFSAA.TV as well as overhaul and centralize Championship/ Festival Twitter accounts. Devin was also involved in a number of partner marketing initiatives and produced the Bulletin magazine seasonally.

OFSAA wishes Devin all the very best in his career going forward. For a brief time he will still be reachable at devin@ofsaa.on.ca.

OFSAA Alpine adds PARA designation

Monday, February, 13, 2017

In an effort to expand OFSAA's Para sport offerings, high school para student-athletes are encouraged to attend as forerunners at this year's Alpine Skiing Championship as well as to take part in the banquet festivities for a full OFSAA experience.

It is the goal of the Alpine organizing committee that next year (2018) we will host the para alpine competition as a demonstration sport.

All high school para student-athletes are encouraged to participate! Para athletes are expected to declare their intent to participate through their association's Alpine convenor. Para athletes must adhere to all behaviour and supervision regulations. Standard Championship expenses are to be covered by the individual.

The OFSAA Alpine Skiing Championship takes place at Blue Mountain on Feb. 27-28, 2017. 

Alpine joins Track & Field, Cross Country, Nordic Skiing, and Swimming as OFSAA Championships with a para sport component. 

For more information please contact Jim Barbeau.

Job Posting - Executive Director

Thursday, January, 26, 2017

Job Posting

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) is an organization comprised of high school student-athletes, teacher-coaches, teachers, principals, and sport administrators all committed to the philosophy of “Education through school sport”.  We collaborate with volunteer teacher-coaches to provide quality provincial championships for Ontario's student-athletes, and we also deliver additional programs and services that support school sport at the provincial and local levels. 

Summary

The executive director plays an integral leadership role in both OFSAA and in school sport in Ontario.  Working closely with volunteer leaders, the executive director will ensure OFSAA is strategic, progressive, and responsive to change.

 

Principal Duties

Reporting to the president, the executive director is responsible for the overall operation of the organization, including financial management and human resources.  He/she will work with the executive council and staff to develop strategic and operational plans, and will ensure all plans are successfully achieved.  He/she will manage partnerships, liaise with stakeholders, and prepare funding applications. The successful candidate will also be required to work with committees to prepare and implement policies which align with the aims and objectives of the organization.  He/she will be required to follow procedures, abide by governing documents, and interact with government ministries.

 

Qualifications

  • Senior leadership position in education, not-for-profit, or sport sectors.
  • Degree or diploma in the field of Sport Management, Physical Education, or Bachelor of Education.
  • Proven ability to work with a variety of different personalities.
  • Knowledge of the Ontario education and sport systems.  A teaching background with experience in school sport is an asset.
  • Understanding of and belief in the school sport philosophy.
  • Bilingual in English and French is an asset but not required.
  • Valid driver’s license.

 

Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter by 4:00 p.m. on Monday February 27th  to Ms. Beth Hubbard at beth@ofsaa.on.ca.

 

We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

OHF Bursary Available 2017

Tuesday, January, 24, 2017
OHF Bursary Program

Since its establishment in 1996, the OHF Bursary Program has distributed more than $390,000 to over 360 post-secondary students across Ontario. The program was established to provide financial assistance to registered participants including players, coaches, trainers, and officials to help offset the cost of post-secondary education.  Each year, the OHF awards bursaries to outstanding young people who display an incredible amount of commitment both at the arena and in the classroom. The bursary recipients are determined on the basis of hockey involvement, community involvement and academic achievements.

This year, the OHF Bursary Program will provide $29,000 in financial assistance; all students who are enrolled or plan to enrol in a Canadian post-secondary institution and who are members of the OHF are eligible to receive bursary funds. OHF members include those participating in the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE), Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA), Ontario Hockey Association (OHA), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA), and Ontario Women’s Hockey Association (OWHA).

Please find eligibility requirements, and required documentation in the form attached below.

How to Apply

 

  1. Complete this application form
  2. Submit all required documentation (all documents must be one-sided, unstapled, unbound and placed in order listed above) no later than 4:30pm on May 12th, 2017.
  3. Applications should be sent to the OHF Office:

 

OHF Bursary Committee
400 Sheldon Drive, Unit 9
Cambridge, Ontario
N1T 2H9

Lynn Kelman announced as Interim Executive Director

Tuesday, January, 24, 2017

OFSAA would like to welcome Lynn Kelman as its interim Executive Director.

Lynn has been in education for over 34 years, and served on the OFSAA executive council for seven years after six years as the GBSSA representative. She joined OFSAA in 2008 as vice president, moved into the president’s role in 2010, then was past president from 2012-2015 before retiring as principal at Banting Memorial High School in Alliston.

She has also sat on the OFSAA Board of Reference Transfers for eight years and was involved with Future Directions, Classifications, and Championship Review.

Lynn’s contact information is lynn@ofsaa.on.ca | 416-426-7438

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