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OFSAA Spring Championship Results 2014

Jul 3, 2014 | Uncategorized

OFSAA’s spring championship season took place June 2-7 with 17 championships across Ontario.

Student-athletes across the province showed their best talent, skill, character, leadership and commitment through competition.

Best of luck to students with final exams and the very best to those graduating and moving on!

Results

Tennis

High School results

Open results

Lacrosse

Boys’ A/AA results

Boys’ AAA/AAAA results

Rugby

Girls’ A/AA results

Girls’ AAA/AAAA results

Boys’ A/AA results

Boys’ AAA/AAAA results

Track & Field

Windsor Timing results

Soccer

Boys’ A results

Boys’ AA results

Boys’ AAA results

Boys’ AAAA results

Girls’ A results

Girls’ AA results

Girls’ AAA results

Girls’ AAAA results

Baseball

Regional finals results

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