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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

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