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LIVE Streaming at OFSAA

Wednesday, November, 23, 2016

Upcoming OFSAA Championships will be LIVE Streamed free of charge to watch.

Click below to access the video for the following Championships:

November 28-30, 2016

OFSAA FOOTBALL BOWL SERIES (CanadaFootballChat.com)

 

 

November 24-26, 2016

GIRLS' AAA BASKETBALL (OFSAA.tv)

GIRLS' AA BASKETBALL (Twitch)

GIRLS' A BASKETBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' AAA VOLLEYBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' AA VOLLEYBALL (OFSAA.tv)

BOYS' A VOLLEYBALL (Youtube)

 

Cross Country Results 2016

Wednesday, November, 23, 2016
OFSAA Cross Country Championship 2016

Trinity College School, Port Hope, ON

Saturday November 5th

CLICK HERE FOR ALL RACE RESULTS

 

MIDGET GIRLS (3.2 KM)

Individual

1.    Haley Davis , John F. Ross, Guelph
2.    Eliza–Jane Boston, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Aurora
3.    Anna Workman, Kingston CI, Kingston
4.    Mackenzie Bilotta, Saint Andre Bessette, London
5.    Emma Graham, Senator O’Connor, Toronto
6.    Robyn Perry, Greenwood College, Toronto

 

Team

1. Kingston CI, Kingston 139 Points
2. North Toronto CI, Toronto 165 Points
3. Sir John A. MacDonald 194 Points
4. Lo-Ellen Park, Sudbury 273 Points
5. Bear Creek, Barrie 316 Points
6. Brooklin HS, Brooklin 340 Points

 

MIDGET BOYS (5 KM)

1.    Joe Fast, Ridgemont HS, Ottawa
2.    Zachary Meredith, De La Salle ESP, Ottawa
3.    Liam McKelvey, Neil McNeil, Toronto
4.    Cameron Heinz, Huntsville HS, Huntsville
5.    Matthew Lampard, Crescent School, Toronto
6.    Seth Kwasnicki, Holy Names CHS, Windsor

 

Team

1. Birchmount Park, Toronto 254 Points
2. ESC Theriault , Timmins 285 Points
3. Anderson CVI, Whitby 291 Points
4. Holy Names , Windsor 303 Points
5. Sir Wilfrid Laurier 311 Points
6. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 325 Points

 

JUNIOR GIRLS (4.2 KM)

Individual

1.    Cameron Ormond , Aurora HS, Aurora
2.    Alexandra Weir, Northern SS , Toronto
3.    Remy Cattell, Leaside HS, Toronto
4.    Sydney Winokur, Lawrence Park, Toronto
5.    Kate Knafelc, E.L. Crossley, Fonthill
6.    Maxine Dupuis, ESC Theriault, Timmins

 

Team 

1. Northern SS, Toronto 64 Points
2. ESC Theriault, Timmins 76 Points
3. Leaside HS, Toronto 183 Points
4. Uxbridge SS, Uxbridge 212 Points
5. Glebe CI, Ottawa 236 Points
6. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 321 Points

 

JUNIOR BOYS (5.9 KM)

Individual

1.    Nick Mota, Newmarket HS, Newmarket
2.    Joshua Zelek, Stratford Central , Stratford
3.    Scott Arndt, Waterloo CI , Waterloo
4.    Santiago Gaitan-Cabe, Notre Dame  Welland
5.    Brock McKenzie, Our Lady of Lourdes, Guelph
6.    Evan Burke, South CI, London

 

Team 

1. St. Michael’s College, Toronto 109 Points
2. Vincent Massey SS, Windsor 266 Points
3. Holy Names CSS, Windsor 288 Points
4. Glebe CI, Ottawa 336 Points
5. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 351 Points
6. St. Mary’s , Kitchener 353 Points 

  

SENIOR GIRLS ( 5KM)

Individual 

1.    Martha MacDonald, Havergal College, Toronto
2.    Hanna Johnston, Hammarskjold HS, Thunder Bay
3.    Shona McCulloch, Longfields-Davidson, Ottawa
4.    Christine Laurie, Kitchener Waterloo , Kitchener
5.    Madeleine Ghazarian, Preston CI,  Cambridge
6.    Kylee Raftis, Bishop Strachan School, Toronto

 

Team

1. Bishop Strachan School, Toronto    89 Points
2. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 220 Points
3. Glebe CI, Ottawa 285 Points
4. Lawrence Park, Toronto 329 Points
5. Havergal College, Toronto 352 Points
6. Uxbridge SS , Uxbridge 398 Points

 

SENIOR BOYS (7 KM)

Individual

1.    Andrew Alexander, Neil McNeil, Toronto
2.    Matthew Courtenay, Bear Creek, Barrie
3.    Braydon Clarke, Erin District, Erin
4.    Jordan MacIntosh, Hammarskjold HS, Thunder Bay
5.    Cameron Dean, Anderson CVI, Whitby
6.    Eric Morris, Centre Wellington , Fergus

 

Team

1. St. James, Guelph 247 Points
2. Dunbarton, Pickering 298 Points
3. Glebe CI, Ottawa 348 Points
4. Centre Wellington, Fergus 356 Points
5. Dundas Valley, Hamilton 356 Points
6. Vincent Massey SS, Windsor 358 Points

 

Para (3.2 KM) 

Female

1.    Sarah Gilles, Orangeville HS, Orangeville
2.    Clarista Ardiel, Almaquin Highlands, South River (Intellectual)
3.    Julianne Misk, St. Michael CHS (Intellectual)
4.    Tessa Rankin, W. Ross MacDonald, Brantford (Visual)
5.    Dana Godfrey, East Northumberland, Brighton
6.    Megan Miller, W. Ross MacDonald , Brantford (Visual)

 

Male

1.    Nicolas Neri, Cardinal Leger, Brampton (Visual)
2.    Zack Gingras, Bill Crothers, Unionville (Ambulatory)
3.    Jacob Balan, St. Marcellinus, Mississauaga (Intellectual)
4.    Owen Konkle, Beamsville DSS , Beamsville (Intellectual)
5.    Nick Heffernan, St. Thomas Aquinas (Ambulatory)
6.    Craig Machan, Alexander MacKenzie (Intellectual)

 

OVERALL BOYS – TEAM 

1. Holy Names, Windsor 34
2. Glebe CI, Ottawa 30
3. Birchmount Park . Toronto 29
4. Vincent Massey, Windsor 28
5. St. Michael’s College, Toronto 23
6. St. James, Guelph 22
6. Sir Winston Churchill, Hamilton 22

 

OVERALL GIRLS – TEAM

1. Loretto Abbey, Toronto 28
1. Glebe CI, Ottawa 28
3. Uxbridge SS, Uxbridge 24
4. Bishop Strachan School, Toronto 20
4. Kingston CI, Kingston 20
4. Northern SS, Toronto 20

Field Hockey Results 2016

Wednesday, November, 9, 2016
VIEW THE OFSAA FIELD HOCKEY WEBSITE HERE
Medal Standings:

Gold Medal: Bluevale Collegiate Institute

Silver Medal: Resurrection CSS

Bronze Medal: Dr Frank J Hayden

Antique Bronze Medal: St John's Kilmarnock

 

Championship Results:

Gold Medal Game 12:30PM RIM 1 Resurrection CSS (1) - Bluevale CI (1)* win on penalty strokes

Bronze Medal Game 12:30PM RIM 2 Frank J Hayden (3) - St John's Kilmarnock (0)

Semifinal 9:30AM RIM 1 Resurrection CSS (1) - St John's Kilmarnock (0)

Semifinal 9:30AM RIM 2 Bluevale (2) - Frank J Hayden (0)

Quarterfinal 2:30PM Woodside 1 Bluevale (4) - Goderich (3)

Quarterfinal 2:30PM Woodside 2 Pickering HS (1) - St John's Kilmarnock (2) 

Quarterfinal 1:00PM Woodside 1 Resurrection CSS (4) - Holy Cross (0)

Quarterfinal 1:00PM Woodside 2 Frank J Hayden (3) - Nepean (2)

Results: Details

Requests for OFSAA sanctioned events now online

Thursday, November, 3, 2016

Schools who wish to host an OFSAA-sanctioned event or attend an invitational event outside of Ontario must complete the appropriate forms, now available online through OFSAA's webforms setup.

The two forms can be found here - http://www.ofsaa.on.ca/events/sanctioned-events

Please also speak with OFSAA Special Projects Coordinator Diana Ranken (diana@ofsaa.on.ca) for details.

Why obtain OFSAA sanction when hosting an invitational event?

  • Some schools are only allowed to attend sanctioned events
  • School athletes compete against school athletes
  • All students are OFSAA-eligible, so it is a fair playing field
  • Teacher supervision regulations are in place
  • The event is conducted with OFSAA regulations as a guideline for competition

Why attend sanctioned events?

  • All schools participating are member schools in good standing of their provincial/state association
  • All students meet the eligibility requirements of their home province/state
  • Event will be conducted using host association regulations as a guideline or as the official rules
  • There is teacher involvement in the convening of the event

OFSAA in the Media

Thursday, November, 3, 2016

We have a number of exceptional partners at media outlets across Ontario who do an excellent job covering regional meets, association qualifiers and OFSAA Championships.

If you follow us on Twitter (@OFSAA) we regularily tweet out some of the best stories, but if you want to find them all check out the PRESS section of our website.

Please enjoy the stories of amazing student-athletes and teacher-coaches from across the province and if you have a story to share let us know on social media!

Here are some of the latest OFSAA stories. Click the link above to see the latest in the Press section.

23 - http://www.recorder.ca/2016/11/23/rideau-lions-double-down-at-ofsaa-this-week-2

http://www.manitoulin.ca/2016/11/23/mss-boys-triumph-nossa-volleyball-finals/

22 - http://www.wallaceburgcourierpress.com/2016/11/22/tartans-seeded-second-at-ofsaa

http://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/2016/11/22/green-eagles-focus-on-winning

http://www.therecord.com/sports-story/6981523-jacob-hespeler-cruises-to-cwossa-football-championship/

http://www.thewhig.com/2016/11/22/panthers-blues-set-goals-for-provincial-play

http://www.durhamregion.com/sports-story/6980978-pickering-high-school-trojans-girls-basketball-team-undefeated-in-four-years-of-lossa-play/

http://www.simcoereformer.ca/2016/11/22/bears-bracing-for-ofsaa-challenge

20 - http://www.therecord.com/sports-story/6977258-brantford-s-eagles-heading-to-ofsaa-hoops-championship/

http://www.thesudburystar.com/2016/11/20/local-teams-capture-nossa-basketball-titles-2

https://www.sudbury.com/sports/lasalle-lancers-senior-boys-volleyball-team-bound-for-ofsaa-470014

19 - http://www.recorder.ca/2016/11/19/putting-it-all-on-the-line

http://www.saultstar.com/2016/11/19/knights-crowned-with-gold

https://www.tbnewswatch.com/local-sports/vikings-complete-nwossa-sweep-earn-berth-at-provincials-468639

18 - http://www.chathamdailynews.ca/2016/11/18/golden-hawks-off-to-17th-straight-ofsaa

http://www.thesudburystar.com/2016/11/18/lancers-senior-boys-v-ball-going-back-to-ofsaa

http://www.mississauga.com/sports-story/6974282-huskies-top-loyola-for-tier-1-title/

http://www.stratfordbeaconherald.com/2016/11/18/wossaa-volleyball-stratford-central-st-marys-sweep-their-way-to-senior-boys-titles

http://www.cksn.ca/2016/11/hawks-headed-ofsaa/

http://www.kitchenerpost.ca/sports-story/6973848-gaels-avenge-wcssaa-loss-with-cwossa-title/

http://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/2016/11/18/peterborough-st-peter-saints-repeat-as-cossa-aaa-senior-girls-basketball-champs-advance-to-ofsaa-provincial-championships

OFSAA Golf Results 2016

Tuesday, October, 11, 2016

OFSAA Boys' Golf Championship

October 12-13, Port Elgin

view full results leaderboard here

story on winners from Peterborough Examiner

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

GOLD - Luke Gavin, St. Peter CSS - 142 (-2)

SILVER - Peyton Callens, Holy Trinity CHS - 146p (+2)

BRONZE - Brendan Dunphy, Sinclair SS - 146 (+2)

 

TEAM RESULTS

GOLD - St. Peter CSS, COSSA - 449 (+17)

SILVER - Sinclair SS, LOSSA - 461 (+29)

BRONZE - St. Mary CSS, COSSA - 469 (+37)

 

OFSAA Girls' Golf Festival

October 12-13, Windsor

results and recap from the Windsor Star

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

GOLD - Jasmine Ly, Holy Names - 141

SILVER - Hailey Katona, Centennial - 145

BRONZE - Emily Ward, A.N. Myer - 151p

 

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS  TIER 2

GOLD -  Rachel Bauer, Holy Trinity - 178   

SILVER - Sophia Fallea, St. Thomas of Villanova - 179   

BRONZE - Victoria Gates, Huron Heights - 180  

 

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WHO PARTICIPATED IN 2016 OFSAA GOLF!

 

** ED note: p= playoff

OFSAA Football Bowl 2016 Matchups

Friday, September, 30, 2016

A draw today has determined the matchups for the 2016 OFSAA Football Bowl series to be held Nov 28-30 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton.

The OFSAA Football Bowl Games series' new Festival format debuted last season. Associations take turns defending their regional title so in 2016 the teams that were not drawn to play for their own bowl last year will have the chance to do so. The remaining nine associations who hosted games last year were drawn to determine their pairing.

Bowl Games
Western Bowl – SWOSSAA/ WOSSAA
Golden Horseshoe Bowl – GHAC/ SOSSA
Metro Bowl – TDCAA/ TDSSAA
Central Bowl – CWOSSA/ ROPSSAA
Simcoe Bowl – GBSSA/ YRAA
National Capital Bowl – NCSSAA/ EOSSAA
Northern Bowl – NOSSA/ NWOSSAA
Eastern Bowl – LOSSA/ COSSA
Independent Bowl – CISAA/ 2nd Entry

so for 2016 the matchups ARE...

Monday November 28

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Eastern Bowl - LOSSA vs GHAC #2

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Metro Bowl - TDCAA vs NCSSAA

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - National Capital Bowl - EOSSAA vs COSSA

Tuesday November 29

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Golden Horseshoe Bowl - GHAC #1 vs ROPSSAA

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Simcoe Bowl - GBSSA vs NWOSSAA

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - Independent Bowl - SOSSA (West) vs WOSSAA

Wednesday November 30

Game # 1 @ 10:00 - Central Bowl - CWOSSA vs SOSSA (East)

Game # 2 @ 1:00 - Northern Bowl - TDSSAA vs NOSSA

Game # 3 @ 4:00 - Western Bowl - SWOSSAA vs YRAA


CIAAA Conference Coming to Ontario

Wednesday, September, 28, 2016

April 20-22, 2017 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto

OFSAA is pleased to be partnering with the Canadian Athletic Administrators Association (CIAAA) to hold, for the first time ever in Ontario, the CIAAA Athletic Directors and School Coaching Conference! This conference is a great professional development opportunity for new, experienced and aspiring athletic directors, and teacher-coaches.

The conference will feature 10 Leadership Training Program courses (including two new courses offered for the first time in Canada), 10 Athletic Director workshops, 10 coaching workshops, a keynote address, conference luncheon, vendor trade show and several social functions. CLICK HERE to access a Save-the-Date containing all of the basic information.

Conference registration fees include all scheduled activities and functions, except for the Leadership Training Program courses, which have additional fees. Price is $250 before Feb. 28 and $350 before final deadline of April 13, 2017.

Registration opens October 1st at CIAAA.ca (1-888-618-4530). 

For the full brochure with all of the information you need CLICK HERE

Teachers Honoured for Coaches Week

Tuesday, September, 20, 2016

The second annual National Coaches Week officially kicked off here in Ontario this past Saturday, September 17th 2016, as eleven outstanding coaches from across Ontario were recognized and celebrated at the 2016 Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards.

Athletes, fans and family members eagerly lined up to see their favourite coach walk the red carpet at the sold out screening of the 2016 Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards, hosted by CBC Sports Brenda Irving. As they watched their coaching story unfold on the big screen, one by one the coaches gave a heart-felt acceptance speech, thanking their families for the support to pursue their passion. View photos from the event HERE.

For ten years, the Ontario Coaching Excellence Awards Program has been celebrating the dedication and commitment of exemplary individuals who inspire, innovate and share knowledge of sport with others. The Awards recognize the importance of leadership, performance and the value of human insight which are all integral to great coaching. Two teacher-coaches are selected with the help of OFSAA to recognize the outstanding contributions of coaches in our schools. Congratulations to Ken McDonald and Jo-Anne Dexter!

The event also marks the start of National Coaches Week (September 17-25), a week-long celebration of the tremendous positive impact coaches have on this nations’ athletes and communities. The week is an opportunity to recognize coaches for the integral role they play by simply saying #ThanksCoach. The evening was highlighted by the City of Toronto sign and CN Tower lighting up in red, yellow and blue in support of Ontario’s and Canada’s coaches for National Coaches Week.

 

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