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Hockey Results 2016

Friday, March, 11, 2016

OFSAA Hockey Championships

March 7-10, 2016

Girls' AAA (Stratford)

[Full Results Here]

GOLD - Lawrence Park CI


Silver - Centennial

Bronze - Medway

Antique Bronze - Cobourg

Consolation Champs - St. Anne SS

 

Girls' A/AA (Stratford)

[Full Results Here]

GOLD - St. Michael Catholic Secondary School

Silver - College Notre-Dame

Bronze - Holy Trinity

Antique Bronze - St. Theresa's

Concolation Champ - St. Mary's

 

Boys' AAA (Windsor)

[Full Results]

GOLD - St. Peter

Silver - Villanova

Bronze - Gonzaga

Antique Bronze - St. Mary's

 

Boys' A/AA (Ottawa)

[Full Results Here]

GOLD - Fort Frances

Silver - Silverthorn CI

Bronze - Frontenac SS

Antique Bronze - St. Joseph's (Cornwall)

 

Congratulations to all OFSAA Hockey Championships participants!

Boys' Basketball Results 2016

Thursday, March, 10, 2016

OFSAA Boys' Basketball Championships

March 7-9, 2016

 

Boys' AAA Championship (Windsor) 

[Full results]

Gold - Father Henry Carr 

Silver - Oakwood CI

Bronze - St. Michael's College School

Antique Bronze - Sir John A. Macdonald SS

Consolation Champion - Sir Allan MacNab SS

 

Boys' AA Championship (Timmins)

[Full results]

Gold - Bishop MacDonell


Silver - Ashbury

Bronze - Pope John Paul II

Antique Bronze - Crescent School

Consolation Champion - Lasalle SS

 

Boys' A Championship (Sault Ste. Marie)

[Full results]

Gold - O'Gorman HS

Silver - Nicholson

Bronze - Central Toronto Academy

Antique Bronze - Toronto French School

Consolation Champion - Ottawa Islamic

 

Congrats to all participants in OFSAA Basketball Championships. You represented your regions well!

Girls' Volleyball Results 2016

Thursday, March, 10, 2016

OFSAA Girls' Volleyball Championships

March 7-9, 2016

 

Girls' AAA Championship (North Bay) 

[Full results]

Gold - Uxbridge SS


Silver - Havergal College

Bronze - Bill Crothers SS

Antique Bronze - Oakridge SS

Consolation Champion - Glebe CI

 

Girls' AA Championship (Kenora)

[Full results]

Gold - Garth Webb SS


Silver - Riverside SS

Bronze - Eden HS

Antique Bronze - CC Samuel Genest

Consolation Champ - Patrick Fogarty CSS

 

Girls' A Championship (Kitchener)

[Full Results]

Gold - Toronto District Christian HS


Silver - Quinte Christian HS

Bronze - St. Thomas Aquinas

Antique Bronze - Woodland Christian HS

Consolation Champion - University of Toronto Schools

 

Congratulations to all who participated in OFSAA Girls' Volleyball Championships 2016. Your hard work paid off and you represented your regions well. You are all champions!

Curling Results 2016

Wednesday, March, 9, 2016

Final Results

Girls

Gold Medal- Lawrence Park C.I.

Silver Medal- A.N. Myer S.S.

Bronze- Bishop Allen Academy

Boys

Gold Medal- Richview C.I. 

Silver Medal- Fort Frances H.S

Bronze- E.S.C. Theriault

OFSAA Wrestling Results 2016

Thursday, March, 3, 2016
Visit the OFSAA Wrestling website

TEAM RESULTS

Overall Team

Gold - Turner Fenton (ROPSSAA)

Silver - Pickering (LOSSA)

Bronze - Bishop Ryan (GHAC)

Boys' Team

Gold - Turner Fenton

Silver - Bishop Ryan

Bronze - Saunders

Girls' Team

Gold - Turner Fenton

Silver - Pickering

Bronze - L'Essor

Girls' Individual Results

41KG

Gold - Virginie Gascon, L'Essor

Silver - Janet Tang, Turner Fenton

Bronze - Isreal Rain Roberts, Lourdes

44KG

Gold - Rylie George, Centre Wellington

Silver - Olivia Menard, L'Essor

Bronze - Sarah Coburn, Denis Morris

47.5KG

Gold - Rachael Swinson, Beamsville

Silver - Jaylin Reyes, Laura Secord

Bronze - Samantha Romano, Pickering

51KG

Gold - Daina Armstrong, Turner Fenton

Silver - Madison Clayton, Hammarskjold HS

Bronze - Sadie Hickson, Lindsay CVI

54KG

Gold - Amy Bellavia, Bishop Tonnes

Silver - Hannah Little, Centre Dufferin

Bronze - Taysia Pharr, Sandwich SS

57.5KG

Gold - Jayd Davis, Pickering

Silver - Jordan Schroecker, Cameron Heights

Bronze - Jess Hodgkin, Sandwich SS

61KG 

Gold - Wendy Liu, Albert Campbell

Silver - Sarah Long, Massey

Bronze - Shyanne Swartzman, North Hastings

64KG

Gold - Meredith Woodhouse, St. Joseph's

Silver - Tara Godfrey, Georgetown

Bronze - Sandra Bay, St. Jean de Brebeuf

67.5KG

Gold - Maddie Haney, Bear Creek

Silver - Annie Schiller, L'Essor

Bronze - Klara Patel, Merivale HS

72KG

Gold - Shantay Slater, Pickering

Silver - Rebekah Trudel, Superior Heights

Bronze - Sydney Lewis, St. Ignatius High School

77KG

Gold - Dejah Slater, Pickering

Silver - Taryn McLachlan, Trenton

Bronze - Taryn Robinson, Sarnia Collegiate

83KG

Gold - Kara Nixon, Centre Wellington

Silver - Jasmine Tessier, Macdonald

Bronze - Rachel Bannerman, Sir Winston Churchill

115KG

Gold - Tatyanna Foster, Turner Fenton

Silver - Dayjanea Johnson, Sandwich SS

Bronze - Kyra Williams, Ascension of Our Lord

 

Boys' Individual Results

38KG

Gold - Jeremiah Swarath, Saunders

Silver - Shazain Naqvi, Turner Fenton

Bronze - Matt Hadaway, Kitchener Collegiate

41KG

Gold - Jowel Swarath, Saunders

Silver - Owen Rivard, Monsignor Doyle

Bronze - Adam Vanderslagt, St. Clair

44KG

Gold - Lachlan McNeil, Newtonbrook

Silver - Nathan McMillan, St. Francis Xavier

Bronze - Prem Seecharran, Heart Lake

47.5KG

Gold - Patrik Leder, St. Francis Xavier

Silver - Mahdi Warsame, Eastwood

Bronze - Hussein Dasilva, Cathedral

51KG

Gold - Brayden Todd, Ingersoll

Silver - Matty Anderson, Sinclair

Bronze - Ethan Carelse-Turner, Turner Fenton

54KG

Gold - Marco Palermo, St. Patrick HS

Silver - Yogi Chakalall, Turner Fenton

Bronze - Hassan Al-Hayaui, Massey

57.5KG

Gold - Trystan Kato, Bill Crothers

Silver - Josh Piette-Walton, St. Joan of Arc

Bronze - Connor Quinton, Holy Cross

61KG

Gold - Kyle Robinson, Georgetown

Silver - Garrett Sales, Delhi

Bronze - William Young, Turner Fenton

64KG

Gold - Gunnar Sales, Delhi

Silver - Pierre Arubadijan, JF Ross

Bronze - Martin Wleh, Bishop Ryan

67.5KG

Gold - Harvir Lall, St. Benedict's

Silver - Raheem Rahamatulla, Sandalwood

Bronze - Adam Scott, Pickering

72KG

Gold - Simon Chaves, Guelph Collegiate

Silver - Alexander Geske, Bishop Ryan

Bronze - Abraham Ntijem, Cairine Wilson

77KG

Gold - Benny Zahra, Regiopolis Notre Dame

Silver - Jake Michaelis, Craig Kielburger

Bronze - Ty Bridgewater, Jacob Hespeler

83KG

Gold - Kyle Price, Theriault

Silver - Sarabnoor Lally, Louise Arbour

Bronze - Kyle Jordan, Neil McNeil

89KG

Gold - Tejvir Boal, West Humber

Silver - Daniel Francis, Saint Michael

Bronze - Austin Pilato, Denis Morris

95KG

Gold - Giordan Caruso, Bishop Ryan

Silver - Arjun Sahota, Ascension of Our Lord

Bronze - Ethan Slater, St. Ignatius HS

130KG

Gold - Lucas Rosa, Monsignor Doyle

Silver - Steven Collura, Bishop Ryan

Bronze - Curtis Cournyea, Centennial

Nordic, Alpine, Snowboarding Results 2016

Wednesday, March, 2, 2016
*FULL RESULTS AVAILABLE ON CHAMPIONSHIP WEBSITES*

OFSAA Nordic Skiing Championship

February 25-26, 2016

Highlands Nordic, Duntroon

Team Results

Senior Combined

Gold - Glebe CI (B)

Silver - Orangeville DSS

Bronze - Huntsville HS

- Parry Sound HS

Junior Combined

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - Nepean HS

Bronze - Collingwood CI

Senior Boys

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - West Hill SS

Bronze - Glebe CI (B)

Senior Girls

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - Glebe CI (B)

Bronze - Beaver Brae SS

Junior Boys

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - Parry Sound HS

Bronze - West Hill SS

Junior Girls

Gold - Collingwood CI

Silver - Parry Sound HS

Bronze - Nepean HS

 

Individual Results

Senior Boys

Gold - Aiden Kirkham, Earl of March SS

Silver - Alexander Maycock, Orangeville DSS

Bronze - Graham Ritchie, Parry Sound HS

Senior Girls

Gold - Alison Pouw, Glebe CI

Silver - Heidi Ohrling, Collingwood CI

Bronze - Alia Sanger, Lisgar CI

Junior Boys

Gold - Erik Ohrling, Collingwood CI

Silver - Spencer Vreugdenhil-Beaucler, West Hill SS

Bronze - Ben Milley, Glebe CI

Junior Girls

Gold - Shilo Rousseau, Central Algoma

Silver - Shaylynn Loewen, Parry Sound HS

Bronze - Natasia Varieur, Huntsville HS

PARA Standing Boys

Gold - Rory McDonald, Mayfield

PARA Standing Girls

Gold - Audréanne Soenens, ÉS Macdonald-Cartier

PARA Sit Ski Boys

Gold - Caelan Flannigan, Timiskaming District

 

Team Sprint Relay Results

Senior Boys

Gold - West Hill SS

Silver - Glebe CI (B)

Bronze - Orangeville DSS

Senior Girls

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - Glebe CI (B)

Bronze - Beaver Brae SS

Junior Boys

Gold - Glebe CI

Silver - Nepean HS

Bronze - St. Peter SS

Junior Girls

Gold - Collingwood CI

Silver - Glebe CI

Bronze - Nepean HS


OFSAA Alpine Skiing Championship

February 29 - March 1, 2016

Blue Mountain, Collingwood

Level I Girls

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Alegra Richter (ELM) Lasalle SS
Silver Kat Wang (BLHS) North Secondary School
Bronze Maggie Whitmore (KCVI) Bell High School

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Maggie Whitmore (KCVI) Aurora High
Silver Jennifer Steenhorst (AUR) Lawrence Park CI
Bronze Kara Passi (LSS) Lakefield College School
Level I Boys

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Connor Roth (AUR) St. Michael's College
Silver Matt Orr (JVCHS) St. Andrews College
Bronze AJ McLean-Howard (SMCS) South Carleton HS

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Lachlan Carmichael (LPCI) Jean Vanier
Silver Matt Orr (JVCHS) St. Michael's College
Bronze Tom Cooney (HHSS) Lawrence Park CI

 

Level II Girls

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Fred Pomerleau (TCS) Collingwood
Silver Anna Carruthers (CCS) Lawrence Park CI
Bronze Kasha Mansour (LPCI) Leaside HS

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Fred Pomerleau (TCS) Collingwood
Silver Mackenzie Bier (LHS) Lawrence Park CI
Bronze Jayden Metcalfe (CCS) Oakville Trafalgar HS
Level II Boys

Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Jacob Charendoff (CHA) Louis Riel
Silver Jonathon Neron (LRSS) St. Andrews College
Bronze Connor Hicks (TABL) Collingwood

Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Carson Foxcroft (HSC) Louis Riel
Silver Parker Lobban (BCI) North Toronto CI
Bronze Jacob Charendoff (CHA) St. Andrews College

 

 

OFSAA Snowboarding Festival

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Beaver Valley (YRAA)

Level I Girls' Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Sommer Gendron, Malvern CI Aurora 
Silver Georga Byrne, Aurora Country Day School
Bronze Quinn Bucciol, Aurora Lawrence Park CI

Level II Girls' Giant Slalom (Individual)

Gold - Holly Hamilton, Hillfield Strathallan

Silver - Jordan Tallis, Malvern CI

Bronze - Sadie Phillipson, Etobicoke School of the Arts

 

Level I Boys' Giant Slalom

  Individual Result Team Result
Gold Ryan Dewey, Perth DCI Renfrew Collegiate
Silver Caleb Coulas, Renfrew CI Aurora
Bronze Quinton Ladd, Perth DCI Country Day School

Level II Girls' Giant Slalom (Individual)

Gold - Corey Farber, CHAT (Richmond Hill)

Silver - Matthew Crawford, Northern SS

Bronze - Cam Oliver, Oakville Trafalgar

Nominate a Character Athlete in your School

Tuesday, February, 23, 2016

Once a year, OFSAA awards the Character Athlete Award to two recipients (one male, one female) who embody OFSAA’s values of leadership, commitment, equity, respect and sportsmanship. We've had some outstanding student-athletes apply in the past and are always blown away by the calibre of the young people we see.

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

OFSAA Character Athlete nominations are due Monday, May 2

To nominate one of your student-athletes for the Character Athlete Award, please fill out the application form and submit it online.

Direct any questions to;

Devin Gray, OFSAA Communications Coordinator
devin@ofsaa.on.ca
Fax: 416-426-7317

Please include as much information as possible about your student-athlete.  Specifically their school and community involvement, and how they exemplify OFSAA’s values.

Past Recipients

 

Returning From A Concussion: How Soon Is Too Soon?

Wednesday, February, 17, 2016

story by Liana Brown from Education Forum magazine

"According to a report in the Toronto Star, young Canadian tennis player Eugenie Bouchard was walking over a freshly mopped floor in a dark training room late after a press conference when she slipped backward, smacking her elbow and head on the tiled floor. The next day she was forced to withdraw from the US Open, her most successful outing in over a year, after being diagnosed with a concussion. Eugenie is one of an estimated 39,000 (110 in 100,000) Canadians who will report suffering a concussion this year, although the actual number is probably higher because concussions tend to be underreported. American studies show that youth (under 20 years) most often sustain a concussion while participating in some sport or recreational activity (30–50 per cent). Activities like football, ice hockey, soccer, bicycling, rugby, basketball, baseball and even playground activities have reportable incidence rates. In high school athletes, the not-so-surprising pattern is that participants in full-contact sports (football, rugby, hockey, lacrosse) have higher rates of concussion than sports in which player-to-player contact is not the focus but frequently occurs (e.g., basketball, soccer, etc.), and that low-contact sports (volleyball, baseball, tennis, etc.) have the lowest rate of concussion. Motor vehicle accidents and falls are the next-most common mechanisms of injury in youth.

Concussion is a form of traumatic brain injury that results from the brain being shaken forcefully. A concussion can come either directly from a blow to the head, or indirectly from a force applied to the body that causes the head to rotate forcefully (e.g. whiplash). These forces cause the brain to quickly compress against one side of the skull and then rebound to the opposite side, leading to potential bruising to the surface of the brain and to the underlying neural tracts connecting different parts of the brain to each other. This initial injury can ignite a series of complex physiological events in which there is a release of the neurotransmitters that permit communication between neurons, a restriction of blood flow, and an increased demand for energy in the form of glucose and oxygen. Altogether, this unusual state forms the physical and functional injury that is associated with the signs and symptoms of concussion.

The majority of concussions(1) are classified as mild injuries because they lead to little or no loss of consciousness. Concussion can be tricky to detect. To start, not everyone who hits the turf hard will suffer the symptoms of concussion. There is no biomarker (blood test or brain imaging technique) that can reliably detect the presence of a concussion, and so assessment continues to depend on symptom reports. The signs and symptoms of concussion may appear immediately or over the first 24 hours. The typical symptoms include any one or more of headache, dizziness, nausea, disorientation and/or confusion, difficulty with balance, fatigue, sensitivity to lights and sounds, difficulty focusing, difficulty with memory, and loss of emotional composure. The presence of any one of these symptoms after a traumatic incident involving the head is sufficient to insist that the child or adolescent break from their current activity, and if the symptoms fail to quickly abate or worsen, or if symptoms appear later in the 24-hour window, then immediate medical attention should be sought. These symptoms are typically documented using one of several standardized checklists and mental status exams. Assessment may include brain imaging (a CT or MRI scan) to rule out complications like skull fracture or brain bleeding (hematoma).

For most people diagnosed with concussion, symptoms typically resolve without treatment in 7–10 days, but in 10–30 per cent of cases (reports vary), more recovery time is needed. This prolonged period of recovery is most-often characterized by persistent fatigue, headache, sensory sensitivity, and difficulty focussing, and is referred to as persistent post-concussion syndrome (PPCS). It is very difficult to predict who will experience PPCS. One University of Pittsburgh study of high school football players found that players who reported on-field dizziness at the time of injury were six times more likely to experience a prolonged recovery (>21 days). Otherwise there appears to be no relationship between the nature of symptoms initially experienced and the duration of PPCS. Youth who fall into this category will likely be assessed with a full neurological and neuropsychological exam and, as outlined below, may benefit from a progressive rehabilitation program."

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