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OFSAA Girls’ Basketball and Boys’ Volleyball Championships

Nov 6, 2012 | Uncategorized

TORONTO (November 6, 2012) – On November 22-24 the OFSAA girls’ basketball and boys’ volleyball championship’s are set to take place all across Ontario with four events for each sport in A, AA, AAA and AAAA.

The girls’ basketball OFSAA championships will take place in Paincourt for ‘A’, Sault Ste. Marie for ‘AA’, Belle River for ‘AAA’ and London for ‘AAAA’. Host associations are SWOSSAA, NOSSA, SWOSSAA and WOSSAA respectively. The competition begins on the Thursday leading into playoffs and the championship concluding things on Saturday. For more information on the events please visit their website – girls’ Agirls’ AAgirls’ AAAgirls’ AAAA.

This year the boys’ volleyball championships will take place in Belleville for ‘A’, Stratford for ‘AA’, Kingston for ‘AAA’ and Hamilton for ‘AAAA’. Host associations are COSAA, WOSSAA, EOSSAA and GHAC respectively. The competition also begins on the Thursday leading into playoffs and the championship game on Saturday. For more information on the events please visit their website – boys’ Aboys’ AAboys’ AAAboys’ AAAA.

For a full schedule of all OFSAA events for 2012-13 please visit the events page.

OFSAA is a federation of 18 regional school athletic associations geographically spread across the province. We are comprised of student-athletes, teacher-coaches, principals, and sport administrators all committed to the philosophy of education through school sport.

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