The Bulletin - Fall 2012

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Fall 2012


Spring 2012 Championship Photo Gallery Scholarship Recipients 2012


Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations 3 Concorde Gate, Suite 204 Toronto, Ontario M3C 3N7 Website: Phone: (416) 426-7391 Fax: (416) 426-7317 Publications Mail Agreement Number: 40050378 Honorary Patron of OFSAA: The Honourable David C. Onley, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario STAFF

Executive Director Doug Gellatly Ext. 4 Assistant Director Michael Suraci Ext. 3 Assistant Director Lexy Fogel Ext. 2 Communications Coordinator Shawn MacDonald Ext. 5 Office Administrator Beth Hubbard Ext. 1 Special Projects Coordinator Peter Morris 905.826.0706 Special Projects Coordinator Diana Ranken Special Projects Coordinator Brian Riddell 416.904.6796 Special Projects Coordinator Ken Coffin 905.853.8869


President Jim Woolley,Forest Heights CI P. 519.744.6567 F. 519.744.1870 Past President Lynn Kelman,Banting Memorial HS P. 705.435.6288 F. 705.425.3868 Vice President Ed McMahon, Robert F. Hall C.S.S. P. 905.584.1670 F. 905.584.1488 Metro Region Patty Johnson, CHAT P. 416.636.5984 F. 416.636.5984 East Region Linda de Jeu, Adam Scott CVI P: 705.743.7373 F: 705.743.7831 West Region Michele Van Bargen, Strathroy DCI P: 519.245.8488 F: 519.245.7693 South Region Brian Fuller, Saltfleet DHS P: 905.573.3000 F: 905.573.2408 Central Region Shawn Morris, Stephen Lewis SS P. 905.326.7994 F. 905.326.8136 North Region Tim Lowe, ES Algonquin P: 705.472.8240 F: 705.472.8476 CODE Jim Costello, Lambton Kent DSB P. 519.336.1500 CODE John Crocco, Niagara CDSB P. 905.735.0240 Member-at-Large Dale Huddleston P: 613.389.4910 Member-at-Large Heather Chambers P: 705.474.7681 F. 705.494.0621

REPRESENTATIVES’ COUNCIL CISAA Fraser Bertram, Crescent School Sharon Jameson, Bishop Strachan School COSSA Brian Poste, North Hastings DHS Linda de Jeu, Adam Scott CVI CWOSSA Ken VanderZwaag, Woodland Christian HS Johnny Forte, Cameron Hts. CI Kathy Brook, Huron Heights SS EOSSAA Mark Lewis, Seaway DHS Tammy Bovaird, Notre Dame CHS GBSSA Ross Clarke, Huntsville HS Jenn Lemieux, St. Peters SS GHAC TBA Helen Downey, Bishop Tonnos CHS LOSSA Derek Dobos, Courtice SS Lindsay Norwood, Pine Ridge SS NCSSAA Sean Clancy, Gloucester HS Kendra Read, All Saints CHS NEOAA Kris Koskela, Timmins HS Anita Anderson, Englehart High School NOSSA Tim Lowe, ES Algonquin Laura Aubertin, Confederation SS NWOSSAA Gordon Martin, Manitouwadge HS Lauri McFarlane, St. Ignatious ROPSSAA Bruce Dyce, Port Credit SS Jody Miller, Cawthra Park SOSSA Brian Fuller, Saltfleet DHS Christine Baillie, Stamford Collegiate SWOSSAA Greg LeNeve, Northern Collegiate Cathy Johnson, North Lambton SS TDCAA Paul Solarski, Brebeuf College Patty Johnson, CHAT TDSSAA John Kalantzakos, Runnymede Collegiate Nick Rowe, Toronto DSB Monica Crewe, Weston CI Ellen McConomy, George S. Henry Academy WOSSAA Steve Voros, East Elgin SS Michele Van Bargen, Strathroy DCI YRAA Shawn Morris, Stephen Lewis SS Jaylene Morrison, Markham DHS

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ADVISORS Ministry of Education John Donofrio P: 416.325.2533 F: 416.325.7247 Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Parmik Chahal P: 416.314.7187 F: 416.314.6301







A Word from OFSAA’s Incoming President........... 2 OFSAA NEWS Age Classifications 2012-13............................... 3 Transfer Appeal Meeting Dates 2012-13............. 3 Try Day 2012-13................................................ 4 OFSAA Online Store.......................................... 5 High School Grand Prix 2013............................. 5 Welcome Shawn MacDonald ............................. 6 Changes to OFSAA Playing Regulations.............. 7 Teacher-Coach Training Update.......................... 7 OFSAA Sanctioning for Events............................ 8 KidSpot Ontario Financial Assistance.................. 9 Register Online via AELS (New System)............... 10 Baden News....................................................... 11 We Embrace True Sport Values........................... 11 Please Support School Sport Sponsors................ 11 SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS Brian Maxwell Scholarship Recipients.................. 12 - 13 Pete Beach Award Recipients.............................. 14 OFSAA Alumni Scholarship Recipients................. 15 - 16 OUA Athletic Scholarships.................................. 16 Leadership in School Sport Award Recipients....... 17 Team Sportsmanship Award Recipients............... 17 SPRING 2012 PHOTO GALLERY.......................... 18 - 19 EVENTS 2012-13 OFSAA Championship Calendar.......... 22 - 23

FESTIVAL RESULTS Boys’ A/AA Field Lacrosse................................... 21 Boys’ AAA/AAAA Field Lacrosse.......................... 24 CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS Boys’ Baseball.................................................... 25 Boys’ A/AA Rugby.............................................. 26 Boys’ AAA/AAAA Rugby...................................... 27 Girls’ A/AA Rugby.............................................. 28 Girls’ AAA/AAAA Rugby...................................... 39 Boys’ A Soccer.................................................... 30 Boys’ AA Soccer................................................. 31 Boys’ AAA Soccer............................................... 32 Boys’ AAAA Soccer............................................. 33 Girls’ A Soccer................................................... 34 Girls’ AA Soccer................................................. 35 Girls’ AAA Soccer............................................... 36 Girls’ AAAA Soccer............................................. 37 Tennis................................................................ 38 Track & Field...................................................... 39 - 44

Thank you to the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport and the Ministry of Education for their generous contributions and support.


A Word from OFSAA’s Incoming President Jim Woolley, principal of Forest Heights Collegiate Institute in Kitchener, enters his 3rd year as a member of the OFSAA Executive Council and his first in the role of president. He replaces outgoing president Lynn Kelman. Jim has held many different roles in school sport including WCSSAA principal representative, WCSSAA president, CWOSSA director, CWOSSA principal representative, and a member/chair of the OFSAA Board of Reference - Transfers. He also took on the role of OFSAA track and field convenor in 1994. We look forward to the knowledge and insight that Jim brings with him as his expertise in school sport will be an invaluable asset to OFSAA going forward.

It is an honour and a privilege to serve as OFSAA President over the next two years. Jim Woolley I would like to acknowledge and thank past President Martin Ritsma and President Lynn Kelman for their guidance and advice during my two years as Vice President. I have enjoyed my previous involvement at OFSAA as chair of the transfer committee as well as my involvement at the local level with CWOSSA and WCSSAA. I look forward to working with the OFSAA staff and association members. “Faster, Higher, Stronger” is the Olympic motto and, for seventeen days, during the summer we were able to watch athletes from Canada and the rest of the world strive to fulfill this motto in a wide variety of sports. We saw athletes who have trained for years in preparation for the Olympic Games achieve their goals while others fell short and experienced disappointment. In the words of Olympic founder Pierre de Courbertin, “The most important thing is not to win but to take part.” We saw this reflected many times during the Games. De Courbertin’s statement also encapsulates what OFSAA sees as its role in high school sports. OFSAA’s aims and objectives are: to support the educational value of school sport, to provide incentives for students to participate in interschool sport, to promote fair play and equal opportunities for all athletes, and to provide services for all participants involved in high school sport. It is with great pride as President of OFSAA that I have the opportunity to work with other leaders in high school sport to ensure that OFSAA’s aims and objectives are fulfilled throughout the province. I would like to recognize and heartily thank all the volunteers who have made high school sport a reality for many student-athletes. Your time and commitment have always been appreciated by OFSAA and your role is vital in achieving OFSAA’s goals. I look forward to working with everyone associated with high school sport and to working together to meet the challenges that the next two years may bring.



For the 2012-2013 school year, a Midget will be born in 1998 or later and may only compete at OFSAA in the Midget category for one year in Grade 9. A Junior will be born in 1997 or 1998, and a Senior will be born in 1993 or later. 1992 or earlier Ineligible 1993 Senior 1994 Senior 1995 Senior 1996 Senior 1997/1998 Junior 1998 Midget

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Age Classifications for the 2012-13 School Year

How old was the student as of January 1, 2012? Years of Eligibility Coaches and students are reminded that students are eligible to compete for no more than five consecutive years from date of entry into Grade 9. There is no appeal to this rule.

Transfer Appeal Meeting Dates Meeting Date Thurs, Oct. 4, 2012 Fri, Nov. 2, 2012 Tues, Dec. 11, 2012 Thurs, Feb. 21, 2013 Thurs, April 18, 2013

Deadline for Applications Mon, Sept. 24, 2012 Thurs, Oct. 18, 2012 Mon, Nov. 26, 2012 Wed, Feb. 6, 2013 Wed, April 3, 2013

well as the name of the principal. A letter will be sent to the student, c/o the principal, stating the date, time and location of the appeal hearing. The letter will outline what information the student must provide prior to the meeting date. All transfer policy information may be found at www.

To appeal an association decision, please call the OFSAA office and give the name of the student and school, as

June Bulletin Additions New 2012 OFSAA Swimming Championship Records 1. Open Girls’ 200m Medley Relay 1:58.82

06/03/2012 Centennial C.V.I -

2. Open Boys’ 200m Medley Relay


06/03/2012 Upper Canada College - MCelej,PWong,JGold,OClark

3. Senior Boys’ 50m Freestyle


06/03/2012 Danny Demyanenko – St. Michael’s College

4. Open Boys’ 50m Freestyle


06/03/2012 Louis Wong – St. Augustine C.H.S.

5. Open Boys’ 100m Butterfly


06/03/2012 Edward Liu – Harbord C.I.

6. Open Girls’ 100m Breaststroke


06/03/2012 Erin Stamp – Centennial C.V.I

7. Junior Girls’ 100m Freestyle


07/03/2012 Jocelyn Van Leeuwen – St. Aloysius Gonzaga

8. Junior Boys’ 100m Freestyle


07/03/2012 Gabriel Lopez – Fr. John Redmond C.S.S.

9. Open Girls’ 100m Backstroke


07/03/2012 Kristina Steins – St. Mary

K Stamp, E Stamp, M Cromwell, H Burton

10.Open Girls’ 400m Freestyle Relay 4:00.33

07/03/2012 John F. Ross - S Papadedes, S Papadedes, A Labaj, M Bush

11. Boys’ PARA 50m Backstroke

07/03/2012 Anthony Palasti (S14) – Grand River C.I.



News GRADE 9 TRY DAY 2012-13 Once again the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport has provided funding for schools to introduce activities to motivate the Grade 9 students to participate in sport and physical activity during their high school years. Up to $700 will be provided to introduce a new activity to your school program. Priority will be given to applications from: • Rural schools • Small schools with student populations under 500 • Schools introducing sustainable activities as their Try Day program (purchase equipment for use in future years) Application forms and Try Day program requirements are enclosed with this Bulletin and can also be found on the OFSAA website. Confirmation of acceptance will be sent by email and a reporting package will follow. Direct any questions regarding the Try Day grants to Diana Ranken at

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Check out the online store! With the 2012-13 school year starting up, now is a great time to check out the OFSAA online store for everything you might need to help prepare your teams for the year. The OFSAA online store features many helpful technical and coaching manuals, rulebooks, scorepads and much more. For more information on some of the great products visit our website at

High School Grand Prix After the initial success of the 2012 Nike High School Grand Prix presented by School Sport Canada and held at the Varsity Centre at the University of Toronto last May, schools are encouraged to apply for the 2013 edition! The event brings together high school track and field teams from across the nation, all competing in 10 events testing their abilities and dedication. Last years inaugural edition featured over 250 students from 10 provinces and territories who witnessed first hand a track and field and educational experience like no other. All high schools teams are eligible to register and OFSAA will be selecting one boys and one girls teams to represent Ontario. Watch for more information on registration at Celebrate sport, culture and youth!


Welcome Shawn MacDonald! We’d like to introduce you to Shawn MacDonald, OFSAA’s new communications coordinator. Shawn will manage all our communication vehicles including the OFSAA website, social media, publications, and media relations. He joins us after most recently working as sports information director at Queen’s University, and prior to that he served as the marketing and communications representative for the Prince Albert Raiders of the Western Hockey League. Shawn attended Centennial Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Guelph where he played for the school’s baseball team. At the post-secondary level, Shawn is a graduate of Laurentian University (Honours Bachelor of Commerce, Sports Administration) and Mohawk College (Public Relations). Shawn is excited to have the opportunity to work in educational athletics and to be part of the OFSAA team. He may be reached at or (416) 426-7437.

The OFSAA Alumni Association Encourage recently retired teacher-coaches to join the OFSAA Alumni Association to keep in touch with their peers. Donations to the scholarship fund provide annual scholarships for students from around the province who pursue post-secondary education in a Canadian institution. This year’s Alumni golf tournament was held on June 25th and brought together alumni for a fun day and BBQ. Our winning foursome paired two CWOSSA retirees, Barry Mutrie and Bill Lord, with two Scarborough retirees, Joan Crosina and Paul Francis. Cecilia Carter-Smith, a rookie three years ago, is now a seasoned golf veteran and walked away with the ladies’ longest drive. Congrats Cec! Thanks to all who participated. Members receive copies of the OFSAA Bulletin and newsletters. Watch the website for news on alumni members, upcoming events, and for the membership application.

THE BEST WAY TO REACH YOUR GOAL TOMORROW IS TO START TODAY. You can do so at UPYOURGAME.CA with these great new features: Valuable downloadable files to plan your season with ease, including: o Professional drills designed by Ryerson Rams Head Coach, Roy Rana; o Sport nutrition advice for training and recovery; o Practical planning tools: attendance tracker, emergency contact form, practice plan, and more. Ask Roy Rana: a direct link where Roy himself will answer your questions about coaching and basketball. Events section: including highlights from your provincial championship events.



Drink it in. A key part of physical recovery following a workout is replenishing your body nutritionally. Chocolate milk contains an ideal mix of fluids, carbs and protein to help you rehydrate, refuel and recharge.

Girls’ & Boys’ Volleyball


Now that the transition year has passed, a reminder that all championships will be held over three days. Please refer to the OFSAA Volleyball playing regulations for the new three-day format including the number of sets in pool play and playoff games.

Para-swimmers with a classification of S14 and/or Special Olympics are permitted to compete until age 21 and shall be eligible for no more than seven (7) consecutive years from date of entry into Grade 9. Previously they were only eligible to compete for five years.

Girls’ Gymnastics There is no longer a restriction on the number of training sessions a club athlete can attend at their gymnastics club as it relates to competing in Level 4. Section 9- Competitive Divisions b) has been removed. Girls’ Rugby If the OFSAA Rugby Championship is a 16 team championship it shall be a modified double elimination tournament with a consolation round. The seeded draw for a 16 team tournament will be available in the updated playing regulations. Girls’ Ice Hockey All games, including the championship game, shall consist of three (3) fifteen-minute stop time periods with a five (5) minute warm-up directly before the start of the game and a three (3) minute rest time between periods. To ensure consistency from year to year, girls’ will now have a set seeding format and schedule outlined, please refer to the playing regulations for the new format.


Changes to OFSAA Playing Regulations

Boys’ Golf 1. Boys’ Golf has moved from “Festival” to “Championship” beginning in September 2012. 2. Range finders will now be permitted. “The use of range finders will be allowed (distance calculations only. No devices which measure slope, wind speed, elevation, etc.) consistent with the RCGA rules. These devices are to be checked with the starter and the supervisor coach of each group.” 3. Only those practices that took place during the “current school year” will be eligible to be counted towards the practice eligibility requirements for participation at OFSAA Boys’ Golf.

Coaching in Ontario Schools (CIOS) The Coaching in Ontario Schools (CIOS) course had another successful year with approximately 1,000 participants completing the course. Last year the French version of the course was made available and we are pleased to see a number of our French schools taking advantage of this program. New for 2012 is a revised workbook which includes a concussion scenario and resources and a selection of readings relating to Canadian Sport for Life.

Course Cost Schools and Boards: $25/participant + Facilitator fee (and travel if applicable) Faculties of Education: $25/participant (no Facilitator fee) To organize a CIOS workshop please contact Michael Suraci at 416-426-7440 or


OFSAA Sanctioning for Events 2012-13 OFSAA-sanctioned Invitational Events When you receive OFSAA sanction for an invitational event you are hosting, you ensure that: 1.

All participants are eligible under the rules and regulations of their association and of OFSAA


A teacher-coach will be present and responsible for the athletes throughout the duration of your event. The event will be promoted on the OFSAA website.


You MUST obtain OFSAA sanction for: 1.

Any interprovincial tournament or meet


Invitational events you are hosting that involve out-of-province participants

Basketball Blessed Trinity Junior Boys’ Basketball Tournament January 10-12, 2013 David Gazzola Grimsby Blessed Trinity CHS 905-945-6706 Blessed Trinity Junior Girls’ Basketball Tournament October 12-13, 2012 John Di Pasquale Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 Blessed Trinity Senior Girls’ Basketball Tournament October 19-20, 2012 John Cino Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 4th Annual Blessed Trinity Senior Boys’ Basketball Tournament December 13-15, 2012 Gaspero Diadamo Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 Blessed Trinity Junior Boys’ Basketball Tournament January 10-12, 2013 David Gazzola Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 Crusader Christmas Classic Boys’ Basketball Tournament Nov 30-Dec 1, 2012 R. Dzierniejko Kingston Holy Cross CSS 613-384-1919 Crusader Classic Boys’ Basketball Invitational January 11-12, 2013 Kim Barbeau Belleville Nicholson CC 613-967-0404

Cross Country Nike Boardwalk Relays Friday, October 19, 2012 Jason Wood Beaches Boardwalk, Toronto Neil McNeil HS 416-393-5502




Any state or NFHS-sanctioned tournaments or meets you are attending in the United States

Apply for OFSAA sanction at least 30 days prior to the start of the event. OFSAA sanction is NOT required for one exhibition game out-ofprovince. Check the OFSAA website for all OFSAA-sanctioned events and for schools that have received OFSAA sanction to attend out-of-province invitationals (ofsaa. Direct any questions on OFSAA sanctioning of invitational events to Diana Ranken,

Peter Morris Cross Country Invitational Meet September 21, 2012 Al Baigent Etobicoke Centennial, Toronto Neil McNeil HS 416-393-5502 Pirates’ Invitational Cross Country Meet October 3, 2012 Jack Weststrate Memorial Park Thousand Islands SS 613-342-1100 Waterloo County Invitational Cross Country Run October 4, 2012 Ian Clancy Bechtel Park, Waterloo Cameron Heights CI 519-578-8330

Football Eastern Ontario Six-A-Side Football Invitational Sept 4-Nov 9, 2012 Mike Rumleski EOSSAA and COSSA schools North Hastings 613-332-1220

Soccer Marauder Boys’ Soccer Tournament October 3, 2012 Jeff Northrop/Sheila Doney Banting Alliston Memorial HS 705-435-6288 Blessed Trinity Indoor Girls’ Soccer Tournament March 26, 2013 Joe Pagnotta Players’ Paradise, Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706

Hockey Father Tony McNamara Boys’ Invitational Hockey Tournament December 13-15, 2012 Greg Kelly The Gale Centre, Niagara Falls Saint Michael SS 905-356-5155

Canlan Senior Boys’ Hockey Tournaments November 14, 2012 Non-contact Early Bird Mini Matches November 15, 2012 Contact Early Bird Mini Matches November 29-30, 2012 North York Classic December 5, 2012 Non-contact Mini Matches December 6, 2012 Contact Mini Matches December 13-14, 2012 Christmas Freezeout December 17, 2012 Non-contact Mini Matches December19, 2012 Contact Mini Matches January 10-11, 2013 New Year’s Festival February 7-8, 2013 Canadian Classic February 21-22, 2013 York University Classic February 26, 2013 Non-contact Mini Matches March 20, 2013 Contact Mini Matches March 26-27, 2013 Senior Springfest Canlan Junior Boys’ Hockey Tournaments November 22-23, 2012 Early Bird November 27, 2012 Mini Matches December 19, 2012 Mini Matches January 9, 2013 Mini Matches February 25, 2013 Mini Matches
 February 28-March 1, 2013 Junior York University Festival March 6-5, 2013 Junior March Classic March 22, 2013 Mini Matches April 16-17, 2013 Junior Classic Canlan Girls’ Hockey Tournaments
 All girls’ tournaments non-contact only November 20-21, 2012 Girls’ Early Bird November 28, 2012 Mini Matches December 11-12, 2012 Christmas Classic December 18, 2012 Mini Matches January 9, 2013 Mini Matches February 11-12, 2013 Cardinal Carter Classic February 13-14, 2013 Canlan Elite February 19-20, 2013 DD Delight March 5-6, 2013 Girls’ March Classic March 21, 2013 Mini Matches
 April 3-4, 2013 Girls’ Springfest Flames Cup Classic Boys’ Hockey Tournament December 6-8, 2012 Mike Chaney London St. Thomas Aquinas SS 519-660-2798

The “Wave” Challenge Series Hockey Tournaments Burlington Tam Morrison 905-336-3434 November 8, 2012 Nov. 15-16, 2012 Dec. 19-20, 2012 Jan. 3-4, 2013 February 13, 2013 March 21, 2013 March 26, 2013 April 2-5, 2013 November 14, 2012 December 13, 2012 February 14, 2013

Senior Boys’ ‘Quick Start’ Jamboree Senior Boys’ ‘Early Edition’ Tournament Senior Boys’ Holiday Cup Tournament Senior Boys’ New Year’s “Restart Combo” Senior Boys’ Playoff ‘Tuneup’ Jamboree Junior Boys’ Jamboree #1 Junior Boys’ Jamboree #2 26th Annual ‘Burlington Cup’ Junior Senior Girls’ ‘Start Up’ Invitational Senior Girls’ Holiday Classic 7th Annual ‘Queen of Hearts’ Invitational


Canlan Ice Hockey Tournaments 2012-2013 Canlan Ice Sports Al Rose York University Canlan Ice Sports 416-661-5900 X251

7th Annual Capital High School Hockey Tournament November 26-27, 2012 Dan Kelemon Ottawa Andy Bryan Holy Trinity HS 613-599-0227 Lady Flames Ckassic Girls’ Hockey Tournament December 11-12, 2012 Mike Chaney London St. Thomas Aquinas SS 519-660-2798 Western University Purple and White Girls’ Hockey Tournament December 4-5, 2012 Tim Clayton Thompson Arena, London 519-675-4433 Brian Gosling 519-671-0318 Blessed Trinity Girls’ Hockey Classic December 4-5, 2012 Mark Mazzetti Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 Blessed Trinity 7th Annual Senior Boys’ Hockey Tournament January 8-9, 2013 Rich Vrataric Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706 Blessed Trinity 8th Annual Junior Boys’ Hockey Tournament March 18-19, 2013 Rich vrataric Grimsby Blessed Trinity HS 905-945-6706

KidSport Grants 2012-2013 Do you have students who have difficulty finding the money to pay for their athletic fees? To enable such students to participate in the school sport(s) of their choice, have them apply for an OFSAA “KidSport” grant. The application form is enclosed in this Bulletin and can also be found online. Some important reminders . . . • Applications must be received by the deadline dates: Fall sports - October 30, 2012 Winter sports - January 20, 2013 Spring sports - April 30, 2013

• Separate applications must be submitted for each season. • The maximum amount a student may be granted within a school year is $250 • Only fees covering league play expenses will be reimbursed. • All sections of the application form must be completed in full with an accurate breakdown of the fee. • The endorser must be a person aware of the student’s situation and needs, and of the breakdown of the fees. (Suggest the Athletic Director or Physical Education Department Head serve as the endorser)


Register Online Via AELS NEW Athlete Eligibility List System (AELS) OFSAA is pleased to announce the launch of its new AELS website. The new site includes a number of new features for coaches and administrators including the ability for schools to perform mass student uploads directly into their database without having to send files to the OFSAA office. If you have any feedback on the system or have come across any errors, please contact the OFSAA office. All schools should have received a NEW USERNAME and PASSWORD in early September. If your school did not receive this information, please contact Michael Suraci at or 416-426-7440. Schools that qualify for OFSAA championships in team sports during the 2012-13 school year will be required to register through the OFSAA AELS (Athletic Eligibility List System) program on OFSAA’s website. Benefits for Schools • Ability to track information about teams, studentathletes and coaches at the school level. • Track student-athlete involvement in sport throughout their high school career. • Track coach involvement in sport each year. • Create and modify athletic eligibility lists for school,



local, and regional competition. Some schools have also used AELS for the management for other cocurriculuar activities. • Register for OFSAA championships. Each school has been given their own unique login. Please check with your program leader or athletic director for your password. If your school does not have their login information or if you need more information, contact Michael Suraci at (416) 426-7440. ****

OFSAA is pleased to announce the extension of our partnership with Baden as the Official Volleyball of OFSAA through the 2016-17 school year. The Baden Perfection 15-0 (red/ white/navy) will continue to be used at all OFSAA Volleyball Championships. Baden has been a strong supporter of high school volleyball in Ontario and has continued to work with OFSAA to provide value added services to schools and enhancement for the student OFSAA experience.

We Embrace True Sport Values OFSAA joined the True Sport movement in 2007, and continues to purchase True Sport banners for each championship to be displayed in the host school. True Sport’s principles are the following: Go For It • Always rise to the challenge. • Discover how good you can be. Play Fair • Play honestly and obey the rules. • Winning is only real when competition is fair. Respect Others • Respect teammates, competitors and officials, both on and off the field.

• Win with dignity and lose with grace. Keep It Fun • Have a good time. Keep a positive attitude and contribute to a positive atmosphere. Stay Healthy • Respect your body. Keep in shape. • Avoid unsafe activities.


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Include Everyone • Share sport with others. • Invite everyone into sport. Give Back • Do something that helps your community. We encourage schools to join the True Sport movement. There is no cost to do so, and information is available on their website at www.

Please Support OFSAA’s School Sport Sponsors OFSAA is fortunate to have several companies supporting school sport in Ontario. Official equipment has been playtested and endorsed by experienced teacher-coaches. Please support these sponsors by using their products. Badminton Yonex • Official racquet of OFSAA: B500, B600 DF, B7000 DF+ • Official shuttlecocks of OFSAA: Mavis 350, Mavis 300, Mavis 7

Black Knight • Official badminton eyewear provider of OFSAA Basketball Spalding • TF-1000 ZK Pro, Official basketball of OFSAA

Milk • The official recovery drink of OFSAA Basketball Volleyball Baden • Baden Perfection 15-0, Official volleyball of OFSAA Field Hockey AK Pro • Official field hockey ball of OFSAA: Grays Astrotec Dimple Ball.

Rugby Monilex • Official supplier of Gilbert rugby balls and rugby related equipment to high schools Soccer Molten • Official soccer ball of OFSAA: Molten FX-1000 official game ball, Molten FX-150 official practice ball Accommodations Westmont Hospitality Group • Official hotel partner of OFSAA Rings Jostens • Official ring supplier of OFSAA Cross Country and Track and Field Nike • Official sponsor


Brian Maxwell Scholarship Recipients 2012

From left: Don Corbett (Brian Maxwell Scholarship Committee), Sheila Maxwell (Brian’s sister), Madeline McDonald, Kaitlyn Pansegrau, Wayne Haymer (Brian Maxwell Scholarship Comittee) and Jim Woolley (OFSAA President)

Named after successful distance runner and co-founder of Power Bar, the Brian Maxwell Memorial Scholarship is awarded each year to student-athletes who have participated in track and field or cross country throughout their high school career, and are continuing their post-secondary education at a Canadian college or university. This year the scholarship was awarded to Madeline McDonald who received an award in the amount of $5,000. One additional student-athlete, Kaitlyn Pansegrau, also received a Recognition Award of Excellence for $1,000. Both recipients were honoured at an awards luncheon at the Sport Alliance building in August, which featured family, friends, and former teammates of Brian Maxwell. These two individuals are both exceptional student-athletes, each of them possessing OFSAA’s values of leadership, commitment, respect, and equity. We know they will be successful in their future endeavours, and we wish them all the best!

Madeline McDonald graduated from Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute with an average of 93%. Madeline competed in cross country and track throughout high school earning a first place finish (Grade 12) and second place finish (Grade 10) in the 3,000m as well as a fourth place finish (Grade 10) in the 1,500m.

A concert and stage band trumpet player, Madeline also worked as a peer tutor and homework club helper at school. In the community she was a counselor at the School Music Camp and an assistant teacher at the Slovenian Language Heritage School always finding time to give back to her community. She is attending McMaster University this fall, studying Kinesiology.

Madeline McDonald



Scholarships & Awards

Kaitlyn Pansegrau graduated from Highland Secondary School with an 86% average and is at McMaster this fall enrolled in the Kinesiology program. As a cross country runner, Kaitlyn and her team finished 11th twice (Grade 9 and 10) and individually in the 1,500 m steeplechase she finished 18th (Grade 11) and 15th (Grade 12) while being named the Highland Female Athlete of the Year recipient.

Not only a strong studentathlete, Kaitlyn stood out with her volunteer service in the community as she was the recipient of the Max & Stella Rotman Humanitarian Award which recognizes student leaders in the community. Kaitlyn found time to help as an assistant U-11 girls soccer coach and contributed her time to fundraiser initiatives to help fight Colon Cancer and Juvenile Diabetes.

Kaitlyn Pansegrau


Pete Beach Recipients 2012 The Pete Beach Award is presented annually to one person in each association who exemplifies the qualities of Pete Beach, a former Executive Director of OFSAA. Pete was a rare educator who had the capacity to utilize the medium of school sport to positively influence students in the remainder of their lives. This year’s recipients are individuals who consistently provide an impression of stability and optimism; who enjoy the

company and respect of young people, who embody education through school sport and lead by example, and who emulate the true function of the teacher-coach - a source of discipline, a mentor, and a friend. For more information on the Pete Beach Award or to nominate a colleague, please visit the OFSAA website and look under Awards & Scholarships.

Congratulations to all the 2012 Pete Beach Award recipients! CISAA Dan McClymont COSSA Dan Knight CWOSSA Ken Vandersteeg EOSSAA Jean Pye GBSSA Kim Holden GHAC Marchello Campanaro LOSSA John Bays NCSSAA Steve Ashfield NEOAA Susan Curry NOSSA Daniel Robitaille NWOSSAA Karen Saarimaki



ROPSSAA Paul Carter SOSSA Brian Fuller SWOSSAA Greg LeNeve TDCAA Ed Raposo TDSSAA Colette Cunningham-Reimann Sue Thompson Richard Panas Doug Forbes WOSSAA Richard Mommersteeg YRAA Cathie Croucher

Scholarships & Awards

OFSAA Alumni Scholarship Recipients 2012 OFSAA’s Alumni Association supports student-athletes moving on to post-secondary education through the scholarship fund. For the past eight years, all funds donated have provided scholarships of $500 each to studentathletes in different member associations across the province. Four students were selected to receive the 2012 OFSAA Alumni Scholarships. The calibre of students applying is a positive sign for the future, as all were worthy candidates and the decision by the selection committee was a difficult one. Many thanks to all students who applied. David Mann, COSSA

also extensive.

Soccer, basketball and rugby kept David busy during his years at Adam Scott Collegiate and Vocational Institute in Peterborough, and yet he still managed to obtain honours throughout high school. He also contributed to the school community by serving on the Student Council, the Antibullying Squad, and the Announcement Team.

Lauren’s work ethic, dedication and passion for sport cannot be matched, according to her coach and she serves as a positive example for young student-athletes, demonstrating leadership skills, sportsmanship, good time management, self-advocacy and strong organizational ability. For Lauren school sport has not only benefitted her health, physical fitness and confidence, but has given her the greatest gift of all friendships.

David enjoyed every team he played on and learned the true value of being a team member and the hard work required by all to achieve team success. His interaction with his peers, his teammates, and staff was extremely positive and he served as a role model for the younger students. In the fall David plans to attend Ryerson University to study television and radio. We wish him well in all his future endeavors. Congratulations! Lauren Stacey, NEOAA As a student at Timiskaming District Secondary School in New Liskeard, Lauren participated in volleyball, basketball, soccer, track and field and cross country. She was also actively involved in many school groups including the Athletic Association, Student Council, the Green Team, the Prom Committee, and several charity committees. Her efforts within her community are

Lauren starts the next phase of her life by studying kinesiology at the University of Waterloo and we wish her all the best for her future. Brett Crowley, CWOSSA Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School was the beneficiary of the active involvement of Brett during his high school years. He served on the Student Activities Council, the Athletic Council, DECA Business Club, KCI Evolutionaries, and still found time to do cross country, rugby, hockey, and track and field. He also volunteered for many events in the Kitchener community. Through school sport Brett believes he has learned some of the most valuable lessons of his life: to set goals, to deal with adversity in a positive way, and that success only comes with determination and hard work. His desire to compete at OFSAA was his motivation to improve and to succeed in his sport. As he moves on to Queen’s University to study engineering, he hopes that he will find a new motivator to push him to reach his potential. Enjoy the university experience and all the best in your future pursuits.

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Martha Appiah, TDCAA While attending Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School in Toronto, Martha had excellent academic standings and was actively involved in school life. She was a member of the basketball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, softball, and track and field teams, and worked on the yearbook, the leadership team, the Prom Committee and was a member of the Reach for the Top team. With fellow students, Martha helped out with many charity fundraising events in the community. According to her coach Martha always strives to achieve her best, leads by example, and shows respect for her coaches and fellow teammates. Martha believes that through sport , with true dedication, one can overcome social stigma, and can open up many opportunities. She plans to continue her involvement in athletics as she too, plans to study kinesiology at the University of Waterloo. Congratulations and good luck!

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financial benefit received by an athlete from their institution. Student-athletes may receive up to $3,500 towards their post-secondary education. For full details on OUA athletic scholarships, please visit www.



2013 Alumni Scholarship Applications In 2013 only students in schools in GHAC, NCSSAA, CISAA and NWOSSAA may apply for the OFSAA Alumni Scholarship. The deadline date for receipt of applications is APRIL 1, 2013. Applications will only be accepted by mail or courier. No faxed applications will be considered. Criteria and the application form can be found on the OFSAA website.

Scholarships & Awards 2011-12 Leadership in School Sport Award Recipients The OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award is presented at each OFSAA championship to a teacher-coach who has made a significant contribution to their educational athletic program. The recipient exemplifies the values of fair-play and sportsmanship, while promoting enjoyment, personal growth and educational achievement through school sport. Alpine Skiing Girls’ Field Hockey Girls’ A Basketball Girls’ AA Basketball Girls’ AAA Basketball Girls’ AAAA Basketball Boys’ A Basketball Boys’ AA Basketball Boys’ AAA Basketball Boys’ AAAA Basketball Badminton Cross Country Boys’ and Girls’ Curling Nordic Skiing Girls’ A Volleyball Girls’ AA Volleyball Girls’ AAA Volleyball Girls’ AAAA Volleyball Boys’ A Volleyball Boys’ AA Volleyball Boys’ AAA Volleyball Boys’ AAAA Volleyball

Karen Normet Cathy Coffin & Scott Croucher Walt Szpilewski Joe Latham Frank Halligan Bob Loebach David Whitty Mike Rao Gino Naccarato Giovanni Donato Andrew Jones Sean Clancy & Tania Asseltine Thomas Dillon John Cowan Tammy Dibbits Greg Scott Fiona MacGregor Kelvin Hui Peter Kategiannis David Finnie Marc Gaulin Kathy Biros

Swimming John Loncke Girls’ Gymnastics Debbie Grant Girls’ A/AA Hockey Robert Bunton Girls’ AAA/AAAA Hockey Rob Thompson Boys’ A/AA Hockey Steve Stanlick Boy’s AAA/AAAA Hockey Ron Yake Girls’ A Soccer Rob Stephenson Girls’ AA Soccer Richard Mommersteeg Girls’ AAA Soccer Julie Perri Girls’ AAAA Soccer Gino Camilletti Boys’ A Soccer Mark Wasyluk Boys’ AA Soccer Ryan Culhane Boys’ AAA Soccer Aldo D’Intino Boys’ AAAA Soccer Kathy Howard Girls’ A/AA Rugby Bill Foster Girls’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Jim Risk Boys’ A/AA Rugby Ray Heffernan Boys’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Michael Curran Tennis Patty Buddo Track & Field Steve King & Cheryl Hyndman Wrestling Murray Fischer & Jeff Kawzenuk

2011-12 Team Sportsmanship Award Recipients The Team Sportsmanship Award is given out at each championship to the team displaying outstanding teamwork, positive attitude, and respect for opponents. Girls’ Field Hockey Girls’ A Basketball Girls’ AA Basketball Girls’ AAA Basketball Girls’ AAAA Basketball Boys’ A Basketball Boys’ AA Basketball Boys’ AAA Basketball Boys’ AAAA Basketball Boys’ Curling Girls’ Curling Girls’ A Volleyball Girls’ AA Volleyball Girls’ AAA Volleyball Girls’ AAAA Volleyball Boys’ A Volleyball Boys’ AA Volleyball Boys’ AAA Volleyball

East Elgin SS ES Monsigneur Bruyere ES Theriault Huntsville HS St. Edmund Champion CSS Runnymede CI Fort Francis HS Holy Cross CSS HB Beal SS Christ the King SS Timiskaming DSS ES Cite des Jeunes St. Michael CHS (Kemptville) Galt C&VI Cardinal Newman CSS ES Embrun Norwell DHS Waterloo-Oxford DHS

Boys’ AAAA Volleyball Robert F. Hall Girls’ A/AA Hockey ESP Louis-Riel Girls’ AAA/AAAA Hockey East York CI Boys’ A/AA Hockey L’Escale Cougars Boys’ AAA/AAAA Hockey St. Theresa of Lisieux Girls’ A Soccer Ridgeway Crystal Beach HS Girls’ AA Soccer Jean Vanier CHS Girls’ AAA Soccer St. Maximillian Kolbe CHS Girls’ AAAA Soccer Ursuline College Boys’ A Soccer Glengarry DHS Boys’ AA Soccer Arnprior DHS Boys’ AAA Soccer Lakeshore CHS Boys’ AAAA Soccer St. Anne SS Girls’ A/AA Rugby Gray Highlands SS Girls’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Sacred Heart CHS Boys’ A/AA Rugby Cairine Wilson SS Boys’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Northern CI & VS


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May 6,2013 2011 May 95- -10, Brock University, St. Catharines Brock University, St. Catharines

Focusing on the technical side of coaching, this conference This conference is a professional development event that brings together teacher-coaches provides sport-specific skills, drills and strategies through from across the province to learn, share ideas and have fun! The program encompasses a on-court and classroom sessions. It includes manyand exciting wide variety of sessions for both curricular co-curricular programs with sessions geared sessions on a variety of coaching-related topics that will benefit to high school and elementary school teachers. The Coaching Symposium focuses on the both new andside seasoned coaches. technical of coaching and provides sport specific skills, drills and strategies through on-court and classroom sessions. The program has introductory and advanced sessions Sessions include: that will benefit both new and seasoned coaches. All sessions offered will be instructed by highly qualified and experienced coaches. BadmintonSoccer Want to FootballRugby be a Presenter? Gaelic OFSAA is looking for energetic educators to present at the Coaching Conference, for a GolfTennis variety of sessions. Sport NutritionTchoukball IfVolleyballBasketball you are interested please visit for more information Track & FieldCIOS Certification * many more! Plan A - $350 + HST (Early Bird $325) Includes 2 nights accommodation, meals, sessions Conference Coordinator: Plan B - $300 + HST (Early Bird $275) Lexy Fogel Includes meals and sessions only Assistant Director, OFSAA One Day Registration - $150 + HST 416.426.7436 Includes meals and sessions only.

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Festival Results

OFSAA Boys’ A/AA Field Lacrosse Festival Peterborough

June 5 - 6 2012

OFSAA returned to one of Canada’s lacrosse hotbeds in Peterborough. Convenor Randy Riel, who was set to retire at the end of the school year, was hoping to host a great OFSAA event and have his team capture the gold in front of their home fans. The beautiful fields at Beavermead Park played host to the festival, while also giving visiting teams a sample of the picturesque scenery found in Peterborough. With only two pools, the competition is always fierce on day one as teams jockey for position and qualification into the playoff rounds. The semifinals saw both COSSA teams square-off in a rematch of the association final with Holy Cross CSS eventually claiming a place in the final. In the other semi-final, St. Andrew’s College (CISAA) couldn’t overcome the always dangerous team from Hagersville HS (SOSSA) setting up the classic Holy Cross CSS – Hagersville HS rivalry. These two teams have met in the gold medal game three times previously with Hagersville HS claiming the gold each time. However, a home fan base might have given the Holy Cross CSS team the encouragement they would need. A hard fought game couldn’t be settled in regulation time sending both teams back on the field for overtime. After exchanging goals, a late surge by Holy Cross CSS resulted in a game winning goal, awarding the host school with their second OFSAA Lacrosse gold medal. Congratulation to Dustin Cook, Chris Clancy, Josh Gilbert, Joey Conlin, Will Hughes, Kyle Poast, Eugene Kim, Justin Cavanagh, Evan Rutherford, Bryan Boyd, Adam Grills, Tanner Van De Bor, Brenden Le, Jesse Davis, Matt Perras, Steven Demell, Dakota Forsyth,

Participating Teams St. Andrews College Thomas A. Stewart SS Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School Parry Sound High School St. Thomas Aquinas St. Stephens SS St Matthew’s HS Hagersville SS


Nicholas Hildendrand, Cam Milligan, Jon Demell, Brad Angevaare, Josh Hiltz, Cody Skakoon, Zack Wainman, Mike Cavanagh, Jonah Higgins, Brett Scullion, Nicholas Daddazio, Troy Evans, Matt McGillen, Josh Cannon, Matt Adamo, Evan Gilbert, Ethan Walker, and coaches Randy Riel, Luke Grills, Matt Crough, Taylor Evans, Rob Hope, and Joe Hiltz. Once again we thank the organizing the committee for all their work in ensuring a fantastic event, and wish Randy Riel all the best in his retirement. Consolation Semi-Finals St. Stephens def. St. Matthews

16 -1

Parry Sound def. St. Thomas Aquinas


Semi-Finals Holy Cross def. Thomas A. Stewart


Hagersville def. St. Andrews

11 - 7

Consolation Final St. Stephens def. Parry Sound

10 - 2

Third Place Game Thomas A. Stewart def. St. Andrews

6 - 11

First Place Game Holy Cross def. Hagersville (double OT)

11 - 10


Championship Results

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BOYS’ GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP (SOSSA) Wed-Thurs Oct. 10-11, St. Catharines Bill Lipsett, Sir Winston Churchill P: 905-684-6349 F: 905-684-2505 ENTRY DEADLINE: Mon, Oct. 1st

GIRLS’ “AA” BASKETBALL (NOSSA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Sault Ste. Dave Zagordo, St. Mary’s College P: 705-945-5540 F: 705-945-5561 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17

GIRLS’ GOLF FESTIVAL (SWOSSAA) Wed-Thurs. Oct. 10-11, Windsor Matt Loebach, W. F. Herman S. S. Larry Loebach, St. Anne S.S. ENTRY DEADLINE: Mon., Oct. 1st

GIRLS’ “AAA” BASKETBALL (SWOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Belle River Frank Graziano, Belle River DHS P: 519-728-1212 F: 519-728-1604 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17

GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY (NCSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 1-3 TBA ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Oct. 27 CROSS COUNTRY (ROPSSAA) Sat., Nov. 3, Brampton Paul Carter & Tim Shannon, Turner Fenton S.S. P: 905-453-9220 F: 905-453-9692 , ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Oct. 27 BOYS’ “A” VOLLEYBALL (COSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Belleville John VanderWindt, Quinte Christian HS P: 613-968-7870 x222 F: 613-968-7970 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17 BOYS “AA” VOLLEYBALL (WOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Stratford Patrick Donnelly, F.E. Madill Martin Ritsma, Stratford Northwestern ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17 BOYS’ “AAA” VOLLEYBALL (EOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Kingston Mark McKenna, Regiopolis-Notre Dame P: 613-545-1902 F: 613-548-4024 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17 BOYS’ “AAAA” VOLLEYBALL (GHAC) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Hamilton Andrea McCabe, Cathedral HS P: 905-522-3581 ext. 3040 F: 905-522-7011 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17 GIRLS’ “A” BASKETBALL (SWOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, Paincourt Mike Schinkelshoek, ES Pain Cout P: 519-352-1614 F: 519-352-9442 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17



GIRLS’ “AAAA” BASKETBALL (WOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 22-Nov. 24, London Pete Lambert & Frank Delle Donne, John Paul II P: 519-675-4432 F: 519-675-4672 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., Nov. 17 BOYS’ FOOTBALL BOWL GAMES (COMMITTEE) Nov. 27, Rogers Centre, Toronto Dan Dominico, Northern SS NORDIC SKIING (ROPSSAA) Thurs.-Fri., Feb. 21-22, Collingwood Angus Doughty, Mayfield S.S. Sherry Taylor-Fox, Collingwood CI ENTRY DEADLINE: Fri., February 15 ALPINE SKIING (COMMITTEE) Mon.-Tues. Feb. 25-26, 2013 Please contact OFSAA office for details SNOWBOARDING FESTIVAL (NCSSAA) March 1, Camp Fortune Chelsea, Quebec Kevin Nearing, Mother Teresa C.H.S. P: 613-823-1663 F: 613-823-4365 ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., February 21 SWIMMING (CWOSSA) Tues.-Wed March 5-6, Etobicoke James Ball, John F. Ross CVI P:519-822-7090 F:519-822-6366 ENTRY DEADLINE: Mon., Feb. 25 WRESTLING (CWOSSA) Wed-Thurs. March 6-7, 2013 Mike Chaves, Guelph C.V.I. P: 519-824-9800 F: 519-822-5962 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 BOYS’ “A” BASKETBALL (NOSSA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, North Bay Pat Lalonde & Tim Lowe, ESC Algonquin P: 705-472-8240 F:705-472-8476, ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., Feb. 26

BOYS’ “AA” BASKETBALL (YRAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Richmond Hill Carlos Faria, Jean Vanier CHS P: 905-770-8656 F: 905-7702678 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., Feb. 26 BOYS’ “AAA” BASKETBALL (SWOSSAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Windsor Matt Loebach, W. F. Herman S. S. P: 519-944-4700 F: 519-944-3809 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., Feb. 26 BOYS’ “AAAA” BASKETBALL (SWOSSAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Windsor Peter Cusumano & Mike McKittrick, Catholic Central P: 519-256-3171 F: 519-256-6691 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 GIRLS’ “A” VOLLEYBALL (COSSA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Lakefield Don McCrory, Lakefield DSS P: 705-652-3333 F: 705-652-3340 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 GIRLS’ “AA” VOLLEYBALL (NCSSAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Ottawa Yan & Yves Leroux, E.S. P. De La Salle P: 613-789-0053 F: 613-789-1545, ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 GIRLS’ “AAA” VOLLEYBALL (SWOSSAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Windsor Denise Hebert, Assumption College Bryan Dufour, Assumption College ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 GIRLS’ “AAAA” VOLLEYBALL (ROPSSAA) Mon.-Wed March 4-6, Mississauga Mike Russell & Tyler Robinson, Rick Hansen SS P: 905-567-4260 ext. 474 F: 905-567-5017 , ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., February 26 GIRLS’ “A/AA” HOCKEY (GBSSA) Mon.-Thurs. March 18-21, Orillia Paul Bolger, Park Street Collegiate Murray Eckstein, ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., March 5


mpionship Calendar GIRLS’ “AAA/AAAA” HOCKEY (GBSSA) Tues.- Fri. March 19-22, Orillia Paul Bolger, Park Street Collegiate Murray Eckstein, ENTRY DEADLINE: Wed, March 6 BOYS’ “A/AA” HOCKEY (GBSSA) Tues.-Fri. March 19-22, Barrie/ Alliston Tim Hasenack, St. Joan of Arc High School Bill Maguire, Banting Memorial HS, ENTRY DEADLINE: Wed, March 6 BOYS’ “AAA/AAAA” HOCKEY (GBSSA) Tues.-Fri. March 19-22, Barrie/ Alliston Tim Hasenack, St. Joan of Arc High School Bill Maguire, Banting Memorial HS, ENTRY DEADLINE: Wed, March 6 BOYS’ CURLING (GBSSA) Wed-Sat. March 20-23, Gravenhurst Corry Ziorjen & Kathy Brown, Gravenhurst HS ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., March 7 GIRLS’ CURLING (GBSSA) Wed-Sat. March 20-23, Gravenhurst Corry Ziorjen & Kathy Brown, Gravenhurst HS, ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., March 7 GIRLS’ GYMNASTICS (COSSA) Mon.-Tues. April 22-23, Peterborough Kathy Garvey & Pat Castonguay, St. Peter’s SS, ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., April 13 BADMINTON (YRAA) Thurs.-Sat. May 2-4, Markham Dan Blanchard, Middlefield Collegiate Don Carmichael ENTRY DEADLINE: Wed, April 24 TENNIS (SOSSA) Mon.-Wed June 3-5 Rexall Centre, Toronto Michael Robinson, Lakeshore Catholic P: 905-835-2451 F: 905-835-0434 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., May 25

BOYS’ “A/AA” FIELD LACROSSE (NCSSAA) Tues.-Wed June 4-5, Ottawa Kevin Nolan & Stacey Simpson, St. Mark Catholic HS P: 613-692-2551 F: 613-692-2447 ENTRY DEADLINE: Wed, May 29 BOYS’ “AAA/AAAA” FIELD LACROSSE (LOSSA) Sat.-Sun. June 1-2 GIRLS’ “A/AA” RUGBY (CWOSSA) Mon.-Wed June 3-5, Waterloo Jay Shaw, Glenview Park P: 519-621-9510 F: 519-621-5860 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., May 28 GIRLS’ “AAA/AAAA” RUGBY (CWOSSA) Mon.-Wed June 3-5, 2013, Waterloo Jay Shaw, Glenview Park P: 519-621-9510 F: 519-621-5860 ENTRY DEADLINE: Tues., May 28 BOYS’ “A/AA” RUGBY (NCSSAA) Wed-Fri. June 5-7, Ottawa Rick Mellor, Nepean HS P: 613-596-8211 x8433 F: 613-820-6045 ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., May 30 BOYS’ “AAA/AAAA” RUGBY (NCSSAA) Wed-Fri. June 5-7, Ottawa Rick Mellor, Nepean HS P: 613-596-8211 x8433 F: 613-820-6045 ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., May 30 TRACK & FIELD (LOSSA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Oshawa Kevin Dillon, Msgr. Paul Dwyer CHS P: 905-723-5255 x 4015 F: 905-723-1631 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 BOYS’ “A” SOCCER (NEOAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Timmins Doug Basso & Marcy McCarty, O’Gorman HS P: 705-268-4501 F: 705-267-1550 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat. June 1 BOYS’ “AA” SOCCER (WOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Stratford Bart Drennan, St. Michaels CSS P: 519-271-0890 F: 519-271-8250 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1


BOYS’ “AAA” SOCCER (SWOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Windsor Peter Cusumano & Mike McKittrick, Catholic Central P: 519-256-3171 F: 519-256-6691 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 BOYS’ “AAAA” SOCCER (CISAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Toronto Miko Romano, St. Michaels College School P: 416-653-3180 x 257 F: 416-653-7704 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 GIRLS’ “A” SOCCER (NOSSA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Hanmer Jean Gilles Larocque, Bishop Alexander Carter CSS P: 705-969-2212 F: 705-969-8133 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 GIRLS’ “AA” SOCCER (SWOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Windsor Lucien Gava, Ecole Secondaire L’Essor P: 519-735-4115 F: 519-735-5577 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 GIRLS’ “AAA” SOCCER (SWOSSAA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Windsor Stacey Ditchfield & Mike McKittrick, Catholic Central P: 519-256-3171 F: 519-256-6691 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 GIRLS’ “AAAA” SOCCER (SOSSA) Thurs.-Sat. June 6-8, Niagara Falls Steve Abbuscato, Saint Paul HS P: 905-356-4313 F: 905-356-6605 ENTRY DEADLINE: Sat., June 1 BOYS’ BASEBALL (COMMITTEE) TBA BOYS’ BASEBALL EAST REGIONALS (LOSSA) Wed-Thurs., June 5-6, Durham Geoff Whent, Sinclair SS P: 905-666-5400 F: 905-666-6902 ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., May 30 BOYS’ BASEBALL WEST REGIONALS Wed-Thurs., June 5-6 , Innisdale Brad Graham & Jon Stirtan, Innisdale SS, ENTRY DEADLINE: Thurs., May 30


Festival Results

OFSAA Boys’ AAA/AAAA Field Lacrosse Festival Ottawa

June 2 - 3, 2012

The sport of field lacrosse continues to grow in Ontario high schools with this year’s festival having to make the jump from a 12 to 16 team tournament. Convenor Dan Bowyer, Lorne Park SS, along with Marg and Laura McGill hosted the first OFSAA Field Lacrosse Festival in the ROPSSAA area. Using the facilities at the Sandalwood Sportsplex in Brampton, the teams had to battle the elements on day one as thunderstorms created all kinds of scheduling problems. However, that didn’t impact on the quality of lacrosse taking place on the fields. The increase in both the number of association and teams at the tournament created a lot of intrigue as to how the pools would shape out. In the end, returning champions St. Michael’s College (CISAA) found their way back into the gold medal match against Monsignor Paul Dwyer CHS (LOSSA). Much like the A/AA Lacrosse Festival, the gold medal couldn’t be decided in regulation time and required double overtime before Paul Dwyer emerged as the new OFSAA champions for Boys AAA/AAAA Field Lacrosse. Congratulations to Eric Kimmerly, Robert Blackburn, Gabriel Burnside, Sean Darroch, Joshua Delves, Brett Doherty, Bennett Drake, Derek Ford, Conor Magee, Patrick McCrory, Shayne Smith, Austin Shanks, Christian Casimiro, Matthew Chuvalo, Graham Lamers, Zachary Lysyk, Alec Dufresne, Brock Bosco, Ian Hanlon, Thomas Melancon, Matt Johanson, and coaches Mike Drake and Mike Ross. Participating Teams St. Michael’s College Upper Canada College St. Peters SS Assumption College Corpus Christie CSS Christ the King Bracebridge and Muskoka Fr. Leo Austin CSS



St. Michael’s College 8 Dennis Morris 0


Paul Dwyer CHS Christ the King

9 5

Third Place Game Christ the King Dennis Morris

5 3

First Place Game Paul Dwyer CHS St. Michael’s College

10 (Overtime) 8


Monsignor Paul Dwyer CHS South Carleton HS Heart Lake SS Lorne Park SS Denis Morris HS Blessed Cardinal Newman CSS Malvern CI Bill Crothers SS


Championship Results

OFSAA Boys’ Baseball Qualification Tournaments Mississauga/Windsor June 6-7, 2012 Championship


June 13-14, 2012

Holy Names from Windsor had a mission at the start of their season. That was to repeat as OFSAA champions and Prentice Cup winners. Mission accomplished as the team went undefeated through the OFSAA championship to win their second consecutive title, completing it with an 8-2 victory over St. Michael’s College from Toronto. Congratulations to Holy Names team members: Connor Soulliere, Ryan Blevins, Spencer Church, Sergio DeRose, Connor Holgate, Manik Jandoria, Andrew Jobin, Jake Lumley, Jonathan O’Beid, Brent Rankin, Brett Siddall, Andrew Wasyluk, Cody Gillis, Nikko DeRose, Luke Gangnon, Andrew McKenzie, Rex Romero and coaches Will Ruttinger, Jon Blevins, Joe Siddall and Marv Lumley. Jason Eagles of Gonzaga High School in Mississauga, Larry Loebach of St Anne’s in Windsor, and their committees did an excellent job of convening the regional competitions. OFSAA thanks them for providing a great experience for the competing high school baseball athletes.

West Regional Participants

The gold medal game and the bronze medal game were held at the Rogers Centre. Once again OFSAA thanks the Toronto Blue Jays for providing the Rogers Centre and support staff in order to provide the student-athletes a major league experience that will last a lifetime. T.J. Burton, Rob Jack and Jake Paddle of the Blue Jays deserve special recognition for their support of this championship.

East Regional Participants

Holy Names


Sinclair H.S




Birchmount Park C.I.


St Michael’s College


St. Marguerite D’Youville


Bill Crothers


Banting Memorial


Richview TDSSAA

Michael Power- St. Joseph TDCAA

Christ the King


St. Aloysius Gonzaga


Orchard Park


Brockville C.I.




St. Theresa C.S.S.


St. Michael’s


Sir Robert Borden H.S.


Semi-Finals St. Michael’s Sinclair SS

2 0

Holy Names Michael Power

3 2

Bronze Medal Game Holy Names St. Mike’s

8 2

Gold Medal Game Holy Names 5 Ancaster 4


OFSAA Boys’ A/AA Rugby Cobourg

June 7 - 9, 2012

Boys’ A/AA Rugby returned to the COSSA area, this time hosted by St. Mary’s SS in Cobourg. Convenors Darrell Hancock and Greg Conway were on top of organizing this championship from the first day of the school year. Their efforts did not go to waste as the organizing committee hosted a fantastic event which could only be topped by the great rugby performances that took place. The hosts decided to kick the tournament off with a breakfast banquet in order to help set the tone for the event and make sure all the teenaged bodies were fuelled to compete. This also provided the venue for the presentation of the Leadership in School Sport Award, which was presented to Ray Heffernan of St. Mary’s SS. Ray has been a teachercoach for over 20 years. Along the way he has coached rugby, football, swimming, and even finds time to run a fitness club after school for students. Ray instils in his students with a strong work ethic emphasising the importance of hard work in the classroom, on the field, and in life. The student-warriors soon took to the pitch and as is the culture of rugby, with the many knockdowns comes many extended hands to help opponents back up. Following the many hard fought battles, Brock HS (COSSA) emerged as the champion defeating FE Madill SS (WOSSAA) 19-14 in an exciting final. Congratulations to Tyler Bodley, Brett Doble, Jordan Bannister, Kyle Blanchard, Ryan Brethour, Tanner Burroughs, Steven Clarkin, Brett Cramer, Drew Emerson, William Humphrey, Scot McLellan, Klarke Risebrough, Terry Snoddon, Dylan Tonner, Mitchell Toth, James Doggart, Matthew Brethour, Eric Emerson, Mitchell Hadden, Jacob Halsall, Talbot Jeffery, Kevin Shier, Arpad Csorba, Kyle Gomes, Jacob Hone, Kyle Hueser, William Regic, Devin Smallwood, Joseph Soule, and coaches Kevin Bagshaw, Barry Rowbotham, Ron Torrance, and Ryan Westcott. Cairine Wilson SS (NCSSAA) was awarded the Team Sportsmanship banner by the host organizing committee for their behaviour throughout the tournament. The hosts indicated that this group of students and their coaches were a pleasure to have at the championship, as they always carried a positive attitude into their games and all aspects of the championship. Participating Teams

St. Andrew’s College Brock HS Thomas A. Stewart St. Mary SS Saugeen District SS Rockland DHS Barrie Central CI Twin Lakes SS Lester B. Pearson


Consolation Quarter-Finals Oakwood def. Twin Lakes Courtice def. St. Christopher Eden HS def. Lester B. Pearson Rockland DHS def. Cairine Wilson

Championship Quarter-Finals Brock HS def. Saugeen Thomas A. Stewart def. Ashbury FE Madill def. St. Andrew’s College Barrie Central def. St. Mary’s SS

Consolation Semi-Finals Courtice SS def. Oakwood Rockland DHS def. Eden HS



7-5 15 - 5 22 - 0 25 - 19

27 12 19 19


8 3 17 0

28 - 0 21 - 14

Courtice SS Ashbury College Cairine Wilson SS Eden HS St. Christopher SS Oakwood CI F.E. Madill SS


Championship Semi-Finals FE Madill def. Barrie Central CI Brock HS def. Thomas A. Stewart

5-0 17 - 3

Consolation Final Rockland def. Appleby College

32 - 19

Bronze Medal Game Barrie Central def. Thomas A. Stewart 10 - 5

Gold Medal Game Brock HS def. FE Madill

19 - 14

Championship Results

OFSAA Boys’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Hamilton

June 5 - 7, 2012

The great facilities at Mohawk Park in Hamilton played host to the Boys’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Championship. Duane Davis and his experienced committee from Cathedral HS did a fantastic job in ensuring a great experience for all athletes and coaches in attendance. This included a banquet dinner at Carman’s Banquet Hall where the participants were treated to a hearty meal in preparation for another day of competition. This year’s Leadership in School Sport Award was presented to Michael Curran of Streetsville SS (ROPSSAA). Michael has been a dedicated teacher-coach for high school rugby for over 10 years. His passion for rugby led him to create an intramural rugby 7’s league at his school which was so well received that other schools are following his model. Michael is better known as being a “rugby teacher” than a coach. He works hard to ensure his athletes are given the tools to make good decisions, on and off the field, and to stay classy in both wins and losses. Coach Curran’s awards didn’t end at the banquet as his talented Streetsville SS

team found their way into the championship final, and following a lightning delay, defeated Fenelon Falls SS (COSSA) 14-5 to capture OFSAA gold. Congratulations to Eric Garnham, Josh Hamilton, Cameron Louie, John Paul Munro, Mark Baddeley, Shuq Bedward, Stephen Bell, Ben Boucek, Max Burtcher, Akash Chopra, Mitchell Cowan, Joey DiFilippo, Ryan Durish, Eric Fry, Joseph Gimera, Kieran Hurst, Kainoa Lloyd, Andrew MacCulloch, Josh Maharaj, Chase Maricotti, Travis Peplow, Amar Randhawa, Robby Randhawa, Jeremy Thompson, Daniel Wright, John Adeyemo, Eric Ennis Neuser, Andrew Hemans, Justin Henriques, Patrick Nguyen, David Oag, David Phan, Valdet Qerimi, Nicholas Roberts, Brandon Stone, Evan Taylor, Michael Vrantsis-Raftis, Josh Adeyemo, and coaches Michael Curran, Paul Neufeld, and Mark Smerdon. Also to be congratulated are the students from Northern CI & VS (SWOSSAA) who were awarded the Team Sportsmanship banner. The team conducted themselves in a positive manner the entire tournament and were willing to help the convenors with any issues that arose.

Participating Teams

Upper Canada College CISAA Fenelon Falls S.S. COSSA Bluevale C.I. CWOSSA Frontenac S.S. EOSSAA Banting Memorial H.S. GBSSA Abbey Park H.S. GHAC Cathedral H.S. GHAC Uxbridge S.S. LOSSA Earl of March S.S. NCSSAA Streetsville S.S. ROPSSAA Saltfleet D.H.S. SOSSA Northern C.I. & V.S. SWOSSAA Senator O’Connor College TDCAA Lawrence Park C.I. TDSSAA Oakridge S.S. WOSSAA Bill Crothers SS YRAA

Consolation Quarter-Finals Earl of March SS def. Upper Canada 22 - 12 Oakridge SS def . Cathedral HS. 5-0 Sen. O’Connor def. Frontenac SS 14 -0 Banting def. Northern 41 - 0 Championship Quarter-Finals Uxbridge SS def. Abby Park HS Fenelon Falls SS def. Bluevale CI Streetsville SS def. Bill Crothers SS Saltfleet DHS def. Lawrence Park CI

25 17 24 29


19 0 12 7

Championship Semi-Finals Fenelon Falls SS def. Uxbridge SS Streetsville SS def. Saltfleet DHS

22 - 5 12 - 5

Consolation Final Earl of March def. Sen. O’Connor

42 - 10

Bronze Medal Game Saltfleet DHS def. Uxbridge SS

17 - 16

Gold Medal Game Streetsville SS def. Fenelon Falls SS 14 - 5

Consolation Semi-Finals Earl of March SS def. Oakridge SS. 10 - 10 (On Kicks) Sen. O’Connor def. Banting 20 - 17


OFSAA Girls’ A/AA Rugby Ottawa

June 4-6, 2012

At the 2012 OFSAA Girls’ A/AA Rugby Championship in Ottawa, Quinte S.S. challenged Trenton’s four year winning streak and were victorious. It was a close and exciting game with Trenton taking the lead in the first half, and Quinte battling back in the second half to become gold medal winners. Congratulations to team members of Quinte S.S. (COSSA); Jessica Hanna, Deanna VanHaarlem, Lizzie Thomson, Madison Graves, Alicia Dings, Jordan Semark, Heidi Henderson, Elizabeth Chisholm, Kryssiah Patterson, Andrea Pukancik, Brooke Babcock, Rebecca Cain, Erica Gauthier, Sabrina Henderson, Kristal McCrea, Jessica Semark, Tara Smith, Kendra Goodfellow, Cassidy Plummer, Sarah Nelles, Felicia Post, MeganWeinhold, Kennedy Clement, Participating Teams Michaela West, Quinte S.S. Trenton H.S. St. Mary’s H.S. Grey Highlands S.S. Rockland D.H.S. South Grenville D.H.S. Park Street C.I. Aldershot H.S. St. Thomas Aquinas Courtice S.S. Merivale H.S. Elmwood School St. Christopher S.S. Beamsville D.S.S. Blessed Mother Teresa S.S. St. Anne’s C.S.S.




Takira Francis, Hannah Blomfield, Emily Babcock, Hunter Clement, coaches Tessa Forsey, JoAnne Robinson and head coach Pete Hercus, for your gold medal win. The OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award for the A/ AA Championship was given to Bill Foster from Rockland H.S., a man who is said to have, “virtually started girls’ rugby in Ottawa.” Not only is he a winning coach, taking home the title at six OFSAA festivals, he is a champion of the sport, encouraging coaches to join him in coaching girls’ rugby. He has been a mentor to many female athletes that have gone on to play rugby at the provincial and national level. The OFSAA Girls’ A/AA Team Sportsmanship Award was given to Grey Highlands S.S. from CWOSSA for displaying a positive attitude and the highest respect toward other teams. Congratulations!

Consolation Quarter-Finals St. Anne’s def. Elmwood School St. Thomas Aquinas def. Beamsville St. Christopher def. Aldershot H.S. South Grenville def. Mother Teresa

43 - 0 7-3 17- 5 10 - 5

Championship Quarter-Finals Quinte S.S. def. Courtice 34 Merivale H.S. def. Grey Highlands 24 Rockland D.H.S. def. Park Street 37 Trenton H.S. def. St. Mary’s H.S. 15 -

0 17 0 7

Consolation Semi-Finals St. Anne’s def. St. Thomas Aquinas 12 - 10 St. Christopher def. South Grenville 12 - 10

Championship Semi-Finals Quinte S.S. def. Merivale H.S. Trenton H.S. def. Rockland D.H.S.

45 - 0 7-5

Consolation Final St. Anne’s def. St. Christopher


Bronze Medal Game Rockland D.H.S. def. Merivale H.S.

27 - 5

Gold Medal Game Quinte S.S. def. Trenton H.S.


Championship Results

OFSAA Girls’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Ottawa

June 4-6, 2012

The 2012 OFSAA Girls’ AAA/AAAA Rugby Championship was exciting, with Oakville Trafalgar taking an early lead in the first half of the gold medal game and Ashbury fighting back in the second half. It was not enough for Ashbury though, and Oakville Trafalgar was victorious. Congratulations to champions; Molly Labenski, Claire Newman, Danielle Spice, Alex Wilson, Lauren Arthur, Heather Bonnell, Allie Clement, Sydney DeMarchi, Daniela Deschamps, Bethany Greer, Collette PryceJones, Hannah Rauseo, Taylor Wade, Julia Zigrossi, Nicole Reagan, Ellie Cookson, Tess Sprawson, Abbey Cameron, Emma Henry, Maddy Seatle, Charlotte Dunn, Alyssa Wain, Neha Bhasin, Hannah Binnie, Dean Bailey, Courtney Fang, Meaghan Hiscock, Hannah Howden, Sydney Johnson, Sarah McClure, Sydney Newton, Jessica Penman, Megan Pryce-Jones, Madelaine Shales, Claire Webster, coaches Dan Valley, Sonia Sennik and head coach Adrian Lui from Oakville Trafalgar H.S. (GHAC). Thank you to the convenors, Carrie Bowie and Rick Mellor, who took on organizing both the Girls’ A/AA and AAA/AAAA Championship. Participating Teams They make St. Peter’s S.S. Brantford C.I. & V.S. Arnprior D.H.S. Barrie Central C.I. Oakville Trafalgar H.S. Pickering H.S. Ashbury College St. Peter C.H.S. Mayfield S.S. Streetsville S.S. Westdale S.S. Ursuline College Cardinal Newman C.S.S. Malvern C.I. Stratford Northwestern S.S. Sacred Heart C.H.S.


organizing a championship look easy, and are some of the hardest workers in this business. Thank you also to NCSSAA for their support and help provided to the convenors. A final farewell also to Laura Gillespie at NCSSAA, as this was her last championship and she retired in June. Good luck with your future endeavors and thank you for your commitment to OFSAA Laura! Jim Risk from Bell H.S. was the winner of the OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award. “Jim is an extremely positive and enthusiastic coach. We are very fortunate to have worked with him for so many years in the Ottawa area. He is truly a ‘player’s coach’ – the kids always come first,” said NCSAAA representative Laura Gillespie about Jim. Thank you to Jim for his years of contribution to school sport. The Girls’ AAA/AAAA Championship consolation final winners Sacred Heart C.H.S. from YRAA, were also honoured with the OFSAA Team Sportsmanship Award. Not only did these girls show that they can be competitive, they can also be positive role models.

Consolation Quarter-Finals Pickering def. Cardinal Newman 29 - 12 Streetsville def. Stratford Northwestern 53 - 0 Sacred Heart def. Westdale 19 -0 Ursuline College def. St. Peter 8-5 Championship Quarter-Finals Barrie Central def. Brantford Ashbury def. Arnprior St. Peter’s def. Malvern Oakville Trafalgar def. Mayfield

6-5 13 - 12 17 - 0 22 - 5

Championship Semi-Finals Ashbury def. Barrie Central Oakville Trafalgar def. St. Peter’s

13 - 12 17 - 0

Consolation Final Sacred Heart def. Streetsville

17 - 0

Bronze Medal Game Barrie Central def. St. Peter’s

17 - 8

Gold Medal Game Oakville Trafalgar def. Ashbury

24 - 12

Consolation Semi-Finals Streetsville def. Pickering H.S. 15 - 7 Sacred Heart def. Ursuline College 17 - 0


OFSAA Boys’ A Soccer Windsor

June 7 - 9, 2012

Paul “Doc” Thomas of Ste. Cecile Academy and his tireless committee hosted the Boys’ A Soccer Championship for their third year in a row. However, given the job they do hosting championships, no teams were disappointed to have a chance to return to Windsor. While much of the province experienced varying degrees of rain, the athletes in Windsor were treated to sunshine and blue skies. As the final lines of O’ Canada were sung, teams shook hands and got the tournament underway. A hard fought series of pool play games gave the participants an appetite heading into the evening’s banquet. Fortunately, the OFSAA experienced staff at the Giovanni Caboto Club provided all the food teenage boys could eat. During the banquet, long time teacher-coach Mark Wasyluk from Holy Names Catholic HS (SWOSSAA) was presented the Leadership in School Sport Award. Mark’s 25 years of coaching soccer and volleyball at the high school level coupled with his positive influence on his athletes made him a deserving recipient of the award. Following three days of hard work, King’s Christian Academy (GHAC) emerged as OFSAA champions

defeating Glengarry DHS (EOSSAA) 2-1 in an exciting final. Congratulations to Sebastian Sciarra, Kyle Klassen, Caleb Sawh, Alex Dall’Orso, Spencer Eisses, Michael Panza, Anthony Sossa, Dylan Agnew, Jonathan Yang, Spencer Henstock, Spencer Maybee, Andrew Lim, Matthew Michael, Tristan Holk, Declan Cuddy, Alex Dos Santos, Michael Georgy, Connor Johnston, Jared Morris, Kareem Nossier, Ramez Nossier, Zach Quon, Carter Smith, and coaches Mike Zietsma, Dmitri Lee, Matt Nellich, and Brandon Regeling.

Participating Teams Pool A ES Jean Vanier Chippewa SS Waterford DHS North Lambton SS O’Gorman HS Pool B Ashbury College College Francais Gananoque SS Ridley College St. Paul SS



Pool C ES LaJeunesse St. Patrick SS Walkerton DSS St. Thomas Aquinas HS Glengarry DHS


Pool D ESC Nouvelle-Alliance GBSSA King’s Christian Collegiate GHAC EC Saint-Charles Garnier LOSSA Heritage Christian School SOSSA London District Christian SS WOSSAA

Quarter-Finals Waterford def. College Francais North Lambton def. Ridley College Glengarry def. Heritage Christian King’s Christian def. St. Thomas Aquinas

3 2 2 2

Semi-Finals King’s Christian def. Waterford Glengarry def. North Lambton

1-0 4-0


-0 -0 -1 -0


In addition to the success Glengarry DHS had on the field, they were also awarded the Team Sportsmanship Award for their behaviour towards opponents, officials, and the host organizing committee. A special thank you to Doc Thomas and his wonderful committee for ensuring the Boys’ A Soccer Championship had a home for the past three years. A break is well deserved.

Bronze Medal Game Waterford def. North Lambton


Gold Medal Game King’s Christian def. Glengarry

2- 1

Championship Results

OFSAA Boys’ AA Soccer North Bay

June 7 - 9, 2012

First time convenor Ryan Culhane of West Ferris SS looked like an OFSAA hosting veteran with the Boys’ AA Soccer Championship in beautiful North Bay. Using the new facilities at Steve Omischl Park, athletes were treated to both natural and turf fields in their attempt to capture OFSAA gold. A highly contested set of pool games were featured throughout day one, followed by an evening banquet hosted at the Best Western Hotel and Conference Centre. Participants were fortunate to hear from guest speaker Brian Ashton, former Canadian National Member. The banquet also allowed for the presentation of the Leadership in School Sport Award, which was presented to convenor Ryan Culhane for his dedication to coaching at West Ferris SS. Ryan is always eager to get involved which is evident from his involvement in hosting both OFSAA Basketball and OFSAA Soccer Championships. The gold medal game saw John McCrae SS (NCSSAA) defeat St. Andrew’s College (CISAA) to capture the 2012 Boys’ AA Championship. Congratulations to Mitchell Azevedo, Alexandru Dascalu, Brandon Guilmette, Haris Hadziresic, Deni Haque, Kyle Howe-Patterson, Jeff Newell, Kevin Pitre, Callum Ayre, Eliab Woldeyes, Julian

Riggings, Braden Mackay, Everett Cockell, Cameron Roth, Gilles Neve, Ryan Tschol, and coaches Greg Martin and Paul Leck. Also to be congratulated is the team from Arnprior DHS (EOSSAA) for being awarded the Team Sportsmanship Award. The organizing committee indicated that the team was polite, cheered on other teams once they were eliminated, and were excellent guests at the banquet. Thank you to those players and coaches.

Participating Teams Pool A Cardinal Carter CHS St. Mary’s CSS St. Thomas Aquinas SS Fort Frances HS Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Pool B St. Andrew’s College St. Francis SS St. Basil SS Our Lady of Lourdes HS C.W. Jefferys CI


Quarter-Finals St. Andrew’s College def. St. Thomas Aquinas Cardinal Carter def. Our Lady of Lourdes John McCrea def. Ascension of Our Lord St. Christopher def. St. Stephen’s

3 2 2 1

Semi-Finals St. Andrew’s College def. St. Christopher John McCrea def. Cardinal Carter

1 - 0 (ET) 3-1

- 2 (ET) - 1 (ET) -0

Pool C Arnprior District HS Jean Vanier HS St. Stephen’s Catholic SS John McCrae SS West Ferris SS N


Pool D St. Christopher SS Ascension of Our Lord SS St. Mary’s Catholic SS Timmins High & Vocational School Jean Vanier CHS


Bronze Medal Game St. Christopher def. Cardinal Carter


Gold Medal Game John McCrae def. St. Andrew’s College



OFSAA Boys’ AAA Soccer Hamilton

June 7 - 9, 2012

Hamilton replaced Windsor this year as the city to be in for high school soccer. Convenors John Ivinac , Julie Perri, and Lora te Boekhorst and their organizing committee took on the challenge of hosting both the Girls’ and Boys’ Soccer Championships. However, given the experience of this committee they were able to make it look easy. Great weather was provided to kickoff the championship. However, dark clouds rolled in and lightning forced the re-scheduling of the last set of games. This did not dampen any spirits as teams shifted their focus to the combined championship banquet, which put attendance around the 1000 person mark, no easy task to coordinate. None-the-less, once dinner was served there was little wait for students to find their way to the buffet tables, which provided an incredible selection of options and ensured full stomachs. The Leadership in School Sport Award was presented to a very deserving Aldo D’Intino of Bishop Ryan CSS (GHAC) for his 37 years of coaching. Aldo has been dedicated to coaching football and track and field at his school with tremendous success. He is an inspiring coach who has been known to leave a lasting impression on student-athletes. Participating Teams


Pool A Corpus Christi Mary Ward CSS Father Bressani HS Crestwood SS Sydenham HS


Pool B St. Ignatius SS St. Martin Catholic SS Fr. Leo J. Austin CSS St. Patricks East Elgin SS


Congratulations to Luca Baldassarre, Philip Balke, Cristian Cavallini, Justin Mederios, Joe Orestano, Carlo Piccone, John Franco Vecchiarelli, Andrew Alonzi, Matthew Carnevale, Antoino D’Acunto, John-Paul Ennamorato, Antonio Damiano, Santino Damiano, Mathew Di Giuseppe, Joe Genova, Steve Graziotto, Robert Malfara, David Rodiguez, Armin Zia, Matteo Amoroso and coaches Nick Del Principe, Christian Iafrate, Pool C and Antonio Finelli. Catholic Central HS SWOSSAA Holy Cross CHS St. Pius X HS Preston HS Lockerby Composite


Pool D R.S. McLaughlin C&VI Lakeshore Catholic Patrick Fogarty SS St. Mary CHS Lawrence Park CI


Quarter-Finals Corpus Christi def. St. Patricks Father Bressani def. St. Martin R.S. McLaughlin def. St. Pius X Holy Cross def. Lawrence Park

2 1 3 4

Semi-Finals Holy Cross def. Corpus Christi RS McLaughlin def. Father Bressani

2-0 2-1


The championship game took place under a cloudy and lightly raining sky but that did not dampen the energy of the players or fans as Holy Cross (YRAA) and RS McLaughlin C & VI (LOSSA) battled for the gold. Following a tightly played match, Holy Cross captured the AAA championship with a 2-1 win.


1 0 2 1

The team from Lakeshore CHS (SOSSA) also must be congratulated for receiving the Team Sportsmanship Award. The team and their coaches were role models to all teams in attendance, displaying acts of sportsmanship on and off the field.

Bronze Medal Game Corpus Christi def. Father Bressani


Gold Medal Game Holy Cross def. RS McLaughlin


Championship Results

OFSAA Boys’ AAAA Soccer Brantford

June 7 - 9, 2012

Brantford, the Tournament Capital of Ontario, lived up to its reputation with the strong community support showcased for the OFSAA Boys’ AAAA Soccer Championship. St. John’s College convenors Carmine Romano and Peter Pomponio worked tirelessly to ensure a great OFSAA experience. Thanks to some help from Mother Nature, the weather cooperated on day one of the championship as the rain held off until just after the last match was played. St. John’s College not only welcomed athletes to their city but also into the school itself as the championship banquet was held right in the host school. After ensuring the athletes were fed, special guest speaker Walter Gretzky welcomed the participants, shared stories, and posed for photos. The Leadership in School Sport Award was also presented to Kathy Howard of St. John’s College (CWOSSA) for her 20 years of coaching soccer and basketball. She experienced much success with many of the teams she coached including having her girls’ soccer team capture the BCSSA title 17 times. Kathy is a firm believer in sticking to your commitments, which she emphasized to her players and is seen as a reason for her students’ success over the years. Prior to the tournament, many thought the strong team from St. Edmond Campion (ROPSSAA) would repeat as

Participating Teams Pool A Michael Power St. Joseph’s TDCAA John Paul II HS WOSSAA St. Edmund Campion ROPSSAA Bill Crothers SS YRAA Pool B St. Thomas More Sir John A. Macdonald St. Anne’s SS St. Mary’s CSS


champions and once again they found their way into the finals against St. Mary’s CSS (LOSSA). St. Edmond Campion proved too strong for St. Mary’s CSS with a 3-0 victory to capture OFSAA gold. Congratulations to Alexandros Halis, Chris Nanco, Anthony Osorio, Aaron Furtado, Daniel Ruiz, Joshua Preh, Julian Trotman, Kingsley Boasiako, Konstantinos Mermigas, Harman Tumber, Tarik Robertson, Jared Agyemang, Cyle Larin, Joren Ramsay-Marshall, Jamaal Coke, Jamie Scott, Elijah Larin, Jamil Spencer, Andrija Bago, Manuel Ramos, and coaches Greg Spagnoli, Greg Spagnoli, Justin Camilleri, and Angela Curic.

Congratulations to St. Anne SS (SWOSSAA) for receiving the Team Sportsmanship Award. The host committee was happy to award St. Anne with this award as the students represented Pool C Grand River Collegiate CWOSSA their school well and conducted Lisgar CI NCSSAA themselves in a positive manner Our Lady of Mount Carmel SS ROPSSAA throughout the championship. Westdale HS


Pool D Pickering HS Ursuline College St. John’s College Nantyr Shores SS


Quarter-Finals St. Edmond Campion def. Bill Crothers St. Mary’s CSS def. t. Anne’s Michael Power def. Our Lady of Mount Carmel John Paul II def. Pickering HS

2 3 0 4

Semi-Finals St. Edmond Campion def. John Paul II St. Mary’s CSS def. Michael Power

4-0 4-2

-0 -0 -0(PK) -1

Bronze Medal Game Michael Power def. John Paul II


Gold Medal Game St. Edmond Campion def. St. Mary’s CSS



OFSAA Girls’ A Soccer Elgin

June 7–9, 2012

Small town hospitality and great weather greeted the 20 teams participating in the OFSAA 2012 Girls’ A Soccer Championship in Elgin. It was a perfect setting for three days of competition and fun. Thank you to Scott Halladay and his organizing committee for putting on a first class event. The students picked up on this positive atmosphere and used it to give their best in every game. Smithville District Christian H.S. was especially able to use this atmosphere, their talent, skill and hard work to capitalize and become gold medal winners over Villanova College. This was quite a feat, considering Villanova did not have one goal scored against them in the entire championship prior to their loss to Smithville. Congratulations to Smithville District Christian H.S. (SOSSA) team members; Tallia Bezemer, Cassandra DeBoer, Sarah Duck, Crystal Elmers, Jocelyn Klompmaker, Alanna Pot, Emily DeHaan, Veronica Slappendel, Micah Vermeer, Kristen Antonides, Ashley Buist, Caitlyn Duck, Morgan Schilstra, Shannon Bezemer, Monica Couperus, Natalie Dykstra, Kirsten Klompmaker, Ariana VandenDool, Alydia VanderKlippe, coach Carol Pot, and head coach David Wonder, for your gold medal win. One team rose above the rest in their display of sportsmanship, securing the OFSAA Team Sportsmanship

Award banner. Congratulations to Ridgeway Crystal Beach H.S. for demonstrating great spirit and teamwork. The banquet was a fantastic event, with host school Rideau D.H.S. alumni returning to be servers for the athletes and coaches attending the championship. The OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award was also given out at the banquet to Rob Stephenson, a long time basketball coach from Rideau D.H.S. Debbie Gordon, Rob’s nominator described Rob as, “A fair, hard working and passionate coach who has been very giving of his time, resources and knowledge to student athletes.”

Participating Teams Pool A Villanova College CISAA Stayner C.I. GBSSA Chippewa S.S. NOSSA Quinte Christian H.S. COSSA E.S. Etienne-Brule TDCAA

Pool C Confederation S.S. London District Christian H.S. E.S.R. Le Relais Glengarry Emmanuel Christian H.S. Toronto District Christian H.S.


Pool B Smithville District Christian H.S. University of Toronto Schools Rideau D.H.S. Acton D.H.S. Rainy River H.S.

Pool D Charlottenburgh & Lancaster D.H.S. E.S. Lajeunesse Trinity College O’Gorman H.S. Ridgeway & Crystal Beach H.S.



Quarter-Finals Villanova College def. Rideau D.H.S. Smithville District Christian def. Chippewa Relais Glengarry def. Charlottenburgh & Lancaster Toronto District def. E.S. Lajeunesse (SO)

1 3 2 3


0 0 0 1

Semi-Finals Villanova College def. Toronto District Christian 5-0 Smithville District def. Charlottenburgh & Lancaster 1 - 0



Bronze Medal Game Charlottenburgh & Lancaster def. Toronto District


Gold Medal Game Smithville District def. Villanova College


Championship Results

OFSAA Girls’ AA Soccer St. Thomas

June 7-9, 2012

The 2012 OFSAA Girls’ AA Soccer Championship brought together 20 teams of athletes and coaches, all craving to win gold for their school, their families and themselves. Each team fought hard to achieve this goal, but only one team could be triumphant. That team was St. Francis S.S. from SOSSA. Congratulations to the championship winning team members from St. Francis S.S. (SOSSA); Sydnie Fiocca, Jelena Mamic, Melanie Riva, Valerie Burtnik Taylor Morris, Morgan D’Aloisio, Christine Sirignano, Karly Ruetz, Alex Cutting, Katrina Henneke, Ashlynn Macoretta, Kayla Ohanian, Deanna Pacecca, Alex Riganelli, Shannon Uskin, Celina Valvano, Jessica Walsh, Kodi Wright, Rachel Zimic, coach Sabrina Cardamone and head coach Dave Sardella Richard Mommersteeg is a leader at his school and in the soccer community, having coached at least two sports a year for the past 25 years. This, along with his

genuine love of sport and his continued commitment to extracurricular athletic involvement, won him the OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award. Richard is an example for both the student-athlete and teacher coach. Congratulations. Richard’s leadership abilities were celebrated at the banquet with the OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award, and were put into practice as one of the two convenors organizing this championship. Along with his co-convenor Mike Hardy, Richard, Mike, and his organizing committee ran a fantastic and well-managed event. Thank you to the both of you! The OFSAA Team Sportsmanship Award was given to Jean Vanier C.H.S. from YRAA. Congratulations to the athletes and coaches of Jean Vanier for your commitment to respect, fair play and positive attitude. You are an example for us all.

Participating Teams Pool A St. Michael C.S.S. WOSSAA Holy Trinity H.S. GBSSA Lester B Pearson S.S. GHAC St. Paul H.S. ROPSSAA Beaver Brae S.S. NWOSSAA

Pool C St. Thomas Aquinas GHAC St. Francis S.S. SOSSA St. Martin H.S. ROPSSAA St. Paul H.S. NCSSAA St. Michael C.H.S. EOSSAA

Pool B St. Christopher S.S. St. Charles College Centennial S.S. Denis O’Connor H.S. E.S.C. Theriault

Pool D St. Theresa C.S.S. Bishop MacDonnell C.H.S. Jean Vanier C.H.S. St. Joseph’s C.H.S. Lakeshore C.I.


Quarter-Finals St. Michael C.S.S. def. St. Charles College Holy Trinity H.S. def. Denis O’Connor H.S. St. Francis S.S. def. Bishop MacDonnell C.H.S. St. Martin H.S. def. St. Theresa C.S.S.

1-0 3-1 1 - 0 (SO) 1-0

Semi-Finals St. Michael C.S.S. def. St. Martin H.S. St. Francis S.S. def. Holy Trinity H.S.

1 – 0 (SO) 2-1

Bronze Medal Game Holy Trinity H.S. def. St. Martin H.S.


Gold Medal Game St. Francis S.S. def. St. Michael C.S.S.




OFSAA Girls’ AAA Soccer Hamilton June7-9, 2012 The 2012 OFSAA Girls’ AAA Championship was hosted for a second year in a row by John Ivinac and his experienced organizing committee in Hamilton. This year, he decided to also take on organizing the Boys’ AAA Soccer Championship as well. And, as expected, this veteran team organized a flawless event. The weather tried again this year to get in the way of the games, but John and his team worked out a solution for all. Thank you to John and his organizing committee for their continued dedication to school sport. Organizing committee member Julie Perri was honoured with the OFSAA Leadership in Sport Award. Julie has been deeply involved in soccer for all of her life and comes from a soccer family. She has taken this love and devotion to soccer and instilled it to her students. She is fiercely committed to “education through school sport,” as shown by the fact that she was not only a committee member for this championship, but was on maternity leave and caring for her three young children, while coaching her own athletes.

Iona C.S.S. was determined to upset last year’s gold medal winners from E.S.P. Louis-Riel. It was a close match that came down to a 4-3 win in a shoot out; but Iona came out on top and crowned themselves the new champions of girls’ AAA soccer. Congratulations to Iona C.S.S. (ROPSSAA) team members; Carlene Campbell, Sofia Stillo, Taylor Takamatsu, Stephanie Peragine, Frances Borgmann, Jennifer Collingswood, Cori Fotopoulos, Emily Holden, Hilary Wisenden, Abbey Young, Jessica McKeown, Diana Piotto, Ashley Sabean, Karlee Waldvogel, Molly Woudenberg, Danielle Bain, Emily Borgman, Alexandra Buciora, Bianca Canade, Daniella Cipriano, Julia Stampatori, Gillian Rossi, Shona Wensley, coaches Antonietta Di Leo, Andre Rogina, and head coach Roger Capannelli.

Participating Teams Pool A Belle River D.H.S. SWOSSAA Iona C.S.S. ROPSSAA St. James C.H.S. CWOSSA St. Maximillion Kolbe C.H.S. YRAA Leaside H.S. TDSSAA

Pool C Ancaster H. & V.S. Corpus Christi C.S.S. Regiopolis-Notre Dame C.H.S. Northern C.I. & V.S. Senator O’Connor College


Pool B É.S.P. Louis-Riel St. Patrick H.S. St. Peter’s S.S. St. Mary’s C.S.S. Bishop Strachan School

Pool D East Elgin S.S. Lockerby Composite School Centennial S.S. Henry Street H.S. Sir Robert Borden H.S.



Quarter-Finals Iona C.S.S. def. St. Mary’s C.S.S. É.S.P. Louis-Riel def. Belle River Corpus Christi def. Lockerby East Elgin def. Northern

1 3 3 1


0 2 1 0

Semi-Finals Iona C.S.S. def. East Elgin S.S. 2-0 É.S.P. Louis-Riel def. Corpus Christi C.S.S. 2 - 0



The OFSAA Team Sportsmanship Award was given to St. Maximillian Kolbe C.H.S. (YRAA) for their exemplary respect for others and fair play. Congratulations to the coaches and athletes. Possibly they were inspired by the guest speaker, Olympic bronze medalist in women’s soccer, Kara Lang, who is an alumni of St. Thomas Aquinas C.S.S. in GHAC.

Bronze Medal Game East Elgin S.S. def. Corpus Christi C.S.S.


Gold Medal Game Iona C.S.S. def. É.S.C. Louis-Riel


Championship Results

OFSAA Girls’ AAAA Soccer Oakville

June 7–9, 2012

Peter Bonfiglio and his organizing committee showed the athletes and coaches from around the province attending the 2012 Girls’ AAAA Soccer Championship how to run a great event. Through the heat and sun, Pete’s team worked with efficiency to make sure that fun was had by all. And fun and excitement was definitely had by the spectators watching the nail-bitting gold medal game played by Holy Trinity S.S. from GHAC and St. Mary’s H.S. from LOSSA. Ultimately Holy Trinity was victorious, winning 1-0 in a shoot out. This was a double triumph for Peter Bonfiglio, as he was not only the convenor of this great championship, but is also the head coach Holy Trinity. Is there nothing Peter can’t do?! Congratulations to the champions from Holy Trinity; Tori Edgar, Sarah Farano, Anna Longrigg, Emma Mezgec, Meaghan Perrotta, Melissa Coulson, Sera Smith, Jennifer Barsevich, Dana Chomski, Rachelle Dinchong, Madison Horton, Jennifer Soehner, Taylor McLean, Kira Ricci, Kendra Wynter, Courtney Brand, Sarah MacDowell,

Manuela Montelpare, Emily Neil, Sarah Miocevich, Emily Smith, Lauren Tucci, coaches Gino Camilletti, Lillian Vale, Anand Pillai and head coach Peter Bonfiglio. Gino Camilletti was also doubly honoured, as a gold medal winning coach and the winner of the OFSAA Leadership in School Sport Award. Gino has been teaching athletes to strive for success for 30 years not only in soccer, but in track and field, football, badminton, baseball, volleyball and basketball. His colleagues think of him as a man who is always concerned with the students’ well-being physically and mentally.

Participating Teams Pool A Mother Teresa Bill Crothers S.S. St. Marcellinus S.S. St. Mary’s H.S.


Pool C St. Anne S.S. SWOSSAA Our Lady of Mount Carmel ROPSSAA Lawrence Park C.I. TDSSAA Glebe Collegiate NCSSAA

Pool B Holy Trinity S.S. Bishop Allen Academy Denis Morris C.H.S. Ursuline College


Pool D Waterloo C.I. St. Mary’s H.S. Banting Memorial H.S. Notre Dame C.S.S.

Quarter-Finals Bill Crothers S.S. def. Bishop Allen Academy Holy Trinity S.S. def. Mother Teresa Our Lady of Mount Carmel def. Notre Dame St. Mary’s H.S. def. St. Anne S.S.

1 1 3 2

-0 – 0 (OT) -2 (SO) -1

Congratulations to the OFSAA Team Sportsmanship winners from Ursuline College from SWOSSAA. Their excitement and positive attitude throughout the championship was infectious to all.


Semi-Finals St. Mary’s H.S. def. Bill Crothers S.S. 2 - 1(OT) Holy Trinity S.S. def. Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1 – 0 (OT) Bronze Medal Game Bill Crothers S.S. def. Our Lady of Mount Carmel 7 - 0 Gold Medal Game Holy Trinity SS def. St. Mary’s H.S.

1 - 0 (SO)


OFSAA Tennis Toronto

June 4 - 6, 2012

The 2012 OFSAA Tennis Championship started with a slight rain delay. Just prior to the coaches’ meeting a rain shower passed through which resulted in a new indoor draw sheet having to be created. Fortunately, the outdoor courts dried out and 182 matches were completed on the first day. A total of 420 matches were completed by 355 student-athletes from 150 schools over the three days. The spectators saw some great tennis and many exciting matches. Congratulations to all the participants who qualified for the championship. OFSAA would like to thank the coaches for their time and effort working with these student-athletes, convenor Michael Robinson from Lakeshore CHS and the organizing committee of Tami Hawkins, Dave Hawkins, Mary Jane Robinson and Dave McCallum for organizing a successful championship. OFSAA would also like to thank the many volunteers who help make the championship run smoothly, and finally David Lea and the Ontario Tennis Association for their support. The recipient of the 2012 Leadership of School Sport Award was Patty Buddo from Centennial CVI (CWOSSA) in Guelph. Patty has been teaching and coaching a number of sports since 1978. She has convened CWOSSA tennis a number of times. Congratulations to all the medal winners listed below. High School Boys’ Singles: 1. Richard Tomsing, East York CI (TDSSAA) 2. Ringo Cheung, Markham DHS (YRAA) 3. Andrew Johnston, St Thomas Aquinas CSS (WOSSAA) 4. Trai Thorney, St. Edmund Campion SS (ROPSSAA)

Open Girls’ Singles: 1. Solomiya Zinko, Bill Crothers SS (YRAA) 2. Toni Ormond, Cathedral H.S. (GHAC) 3. Helen He, Centennial CVI (CWOSSA) 4. Louise Kwong, Earl Haig SS (TDSSAA)

High School Boys’ Doubles: 1. Parth Patel & Noeen Kashif, Woburn CI (TDSSAA) 2. Rob Szilagyi & Andrew Szilagyi, Kenner CVI (COSSA) 3. Jonathan Keilhauer & Callum Scott, Bayview Glen School (CISAA) 4. Matthew Vivolo & Jeremy Lee, Iroquois Ridge SS (GHAC)

Open Girls’ Doubles: 1. Priscilla Bulandres & Heather Hills, St Augustine CHS (YRAA) 2. Jane Coombs & Kasey Lambert, Oakville Trafalgar HS (GHAC) 3. Jessie Durand & Ecaterina Camer, Lawrence Park CI (TDSSAA) 4. Victoria Forcina & Natalie Landon- Brace, University of Toronto (TDSSAA)

High School Girls’ Singles: 1. Frances Walker, North Toronto CI (TDSSAA) 2. Magda Reckendrees, Trinity College School (CISAA) 3. Isabella Baston, Forest Hill CI (TDSSAA) 4. Lok Lee, Bayview Glen School (CISAA) High School Girls’ Doubles: 1. Andrea Hall & Bridget Hall Aquinas CSS (WOSSAA) 2. Maggie Hess & Emily Hogan, Blessed Cardinal Newman CHS (TDCAA) 3. Joanna Pathammavong & Kenzie Arnott, Cameron Hts. CI (CWOSSAA) 4. Lucienne Nouchikian & Tamara Babic, Victoria Park SS (TDSSAA High School Mixed Doubles: 1. Trevor Cluthe & Christina Yao, Sinclair SS (LOSSA) 2. Monica Vella & Ben Schwarz, John Cabot CSS (ROPSSAA) 3. Nicole Jordan & Andrew Charabin Aquinas CSS (WOSSAA) 4. Joe Willemsen & Sheniz Eyuzlu, All Saints HS (NCSSAA) Open Boys’ Singles: 1. Roman Trkuja, Vaughan Road SS (TDSSAA) 2. Matt Erdman, Crescent School (CISAA) 3. David Volfson, Thornhill SS (YRAA) 4. Raheel Manji, Pickering HS (LOSSA) Open Boys’ Doubles: 1. Ivan Markovic & Jonah Livingston, Northern SS (TDSSAA) 2. Daniel Sutharman & Vohagn Tonakanian, Bill Crothers SS (YRAA) 3. Andrew Clinton & Michael Selfe, Upper Canada College (CISAA) 4. Julian Da Silva& Jake Salsburg, Upper Canada College (CISAA)



Open Mixed Doubles: 1. Rolando & Pauline Ramirez, A B Lucas SS (WOSSAA) 2. Lily Southcott & Jeremy Houston, Vincent Massey SS (SWOSSAA) 3. Morgan Farris & Sam Moulson, White Oaks SS (GHAC) 4. Randa Hassan & Kevin Mak, Earl Haig SS (TDSSAA))

Championship Results

OFSAA Track & Field Brockville

June 7 - 9, 2012

The City of Brockville was hosting the OFSAA Track & Field Championships for the first time. Thousand Island Secondary School were the gracious hosts of the 2012 championship with their beautiful track facility. Ron Hungerford provided the leadership and inspiration for the many volunteers and committee members to ensure the success of the championship for 2,391 participants and their coaches from 511 schools across Ontario. Ron has been involved with track & field as a coach and announcer at OFSAA Track & Field and Cross Country for many years. This was his first OFSAA Track & Field championship as convenor. OFSAA would like to thank the organizing committee: Ron Hungerford (Convenor); Holly Wykes (Entries, Results, and Registration); Jack Weststrate (Facilities and Equipment); Katie Pagnello (Finances); Alan Perry and Norie Spence (Fundraising and Capital Projects); Karen Kannedy (Accommodations); Whit Prophet (Media); Bob Viola (Meet Program); John Francis and Doug Labron (Security); Laura Sivers, Ben Tekamp, and Debbie McIntyre (Sponsorship); Mark Lewis and Marianne Carlyle (Volunteers and Officials); Randy Givogue (Website); Dave Dargie and Janet Wynands (Consultants).

Mariam Abdul–Rashi (Eastdale CVI,Oshawa) was the only athlete to capture three gold medals in the individual events (Midget Girls – 100m, 200m 400m). The following OFSAA records were broken during the 2012 championships: Midget Women 800m Kailee Sawyer – Bluevale, Waterloo – 2:09.58 Midget Women 300m Hurdles Lexi Aitken – St. Anne, Clinton – 43.13 Midget Women High Jump Shyla Cardy – EL Crossley, Fonthill – 1.75m Midget Women 4x 100m Relay Bill Crothers SS, Unionville – 49.36 Senior Women 200m Heats Khamica Bingham – Heart Lake SS, Brampton – 23.69 Senior Women Pole Vault Alysha Newman – Cardinal Newman, London – 4.06m Senior Women Shot Put Brittany Crew - Birchmount Park, Toronto – 44.24m

The organizing committee would also like to thank the City of Brockville for its support of OFSAA as well as the many sponsors who also contributed to the success of these championships.

Open Women 800m Blind Meghan Mahon – O’Gorman HS, Timmins – 2:51.88

OFSAA would also like to thank NIKE for its contribution to the championship. The athlete village was a constant hub for everyone.

Midget Men Pole Vault Joel Mueller – Ridgeway-Crystal, Ridgeway – 3.75m

OFSAA congratulates both Steve King (Carleton Place HS) and Cheryl Hyndman (A.Y. Jackson HS - Ottawa) for being the recipients of the OFSAA Leadership In School Sport Award. Both Steve and Cheryl have made a significant contribution to high school sport in their respective areas for many years.

We look forward to the 2013 OFSAA Championships which will be held in Oshawa, hosted by the Central Region.

Midget Men 3000m Muhumed Sirage – Montcalm, London – 8:54.26

Open Men 1500m Wheelchair Anthony Protomanni – Holy Cross – 4:07.00

The championships are about athletes and they did not disappoint the enthusiastic crowds that filled the stands at Thousand Islands SS for the three days. Midget Girls’ 100m 1. Mariam Abdul-Rashid 2. Jadyn Chevannes-Skeen 3. Madeline McCloskey 4. Jenysis Gordon 5. Thompson Chinque 6. Savanah Allen


Eastdale CVI St. Roch CSS Essex Bill Crothers SS O’Neill CVI Denis Morris HS

12.15 12.17 12.51 12.56 12.59 12.59

1. Mariam Abdul-Rashid 2. Jadyn Chevannes-Skeen 3. Jenysis Gordon 4. Regina Remadji 5. Kenisha Williams 6. Savanah Allen

Eastdale CVI St. Roch CSS Bill Crothers SS Louis-Riel ESP Notre Dame Denis Morris

25.32 25.41 25.97 25.98 26.01 26.07


1. Mariam Abdul-Rashid 2. Kailee Sawyer 3. Nicole Skimming 4. Kendra Lemon 5. Erinn Stenman-Fahey 6. Ashley McDonald

Eastdale CVI Bluevale Bill Crothers SS Woodbridge College Canterbury Birchmount Park

57.09 57.39 58.30 59.33 59.36 1:00.36



Shot Put

1. Kailee Sawyer 2. Julia Kearley 3. Mackenzie Mayers 4. Erinn Stenman-Fahey 5. Heather Jaros 6. Avery Garrett-Patterson

Bluevale Uxbridge Sir Frederick Banting Canterbury La Salle SS St. Aloysius

2:09.58 * 2:14.60 2:15.37 2:18.01 2:18.44 2:19.01

London Central Uxbridge Thousand Islands SS Richview CI Vincent Massey Blessed Trinity

4:39.63 4:40.30 4:42.02 4:42.64 4:43.85 4:44.77

London Central Westdale SS Newmarket HS St. Joan of Arc RS McLaughlin Glebe CI

10:12.51 10:13.25 10:14.56 10:21.70 10:23.29 10:24.43

St. Anne Pickering HS Bill Crothers SS Centennial SS John McCrae SS Country Day SS

11.65 11.75 11.88 11.97 12.60 12.77

St.Anne Bill Crothers SS Bill Crothers SS St.Peter’s SS Saunders SS Lawrence Park

43.13* 43.74 44.08 47.52 47.56 47.66


1. Charlotte Prouse 2. Julia Kearley 3. Emily Carmicheal 4. Jillian Sprenger 5. Brianne Bracci 6. Tracey Myers

300m Hurdles

1. Lexi Aitken 2. Nicole Skimming 3. Simone Wark 4. Chloe Spear 5. Sarah Goudie 6. Kali Haydenluck 4x100m Relay

1. Bill Crothers SS 2. Pickering HS 3. Father Henry Carr 4. Birchmount Park 5. Father John Redmond 6. Vincent Massey SS

EL Crossley Notre Dame CHS St. Anne Greenwood College Eastview SS Ursuline College St. Roch CSS Jean de Brebeuf

1.75m * 1.55m 1.55m 1.55m 1.50m 1.50m 1.50m 1.50m

John McCrae SS Denis Morris SS Assumption HS Milliken Mills Manitoulin Country Day SS

5.18m 5.02m 4.92m 4.87m 4.84m 4.79m

John McCrae SS Eden HS John A. MacDonald Oakridge Bill Crothers SS Jacob Hespeler

11.59m 11.19m 11.00m 10.79m 10.68m 10.65m

Triple Jump

1. Hannah-Kelsey Smith 2. Sara Kovac 3. Anna Larsson 4. Ashlin Taylor 5. Jasmine Mughal 6. Courtney Wright



1. Madeline McCloskey 2. Cianna Bechard 3. Kaela Collin 4. Ellie Wang 5. Sam Buck 6. Christina Hertner

Napanee DSS Michael Power Park Street CI Bill Crothers SS Stratford NW Philip Pocock

32.53m 31.06m 30.49m 30.49m 28.78m 27.75m

Essex Chatham-Kent Lord Dorchester Stephen Lewis Orillia District Lord Dorchester

33.16m 33.07m 30.95m 30.49m 29.31m 29.31m

1. Leya Buchanan 2. Sade McCreath 3. Maya Stephens 4. D’Andra Layne 5. Aurea Gordon 6. McKayla Eves

Mount Carmel Bill Crothers SS St. Roch CSS Lester B. Pearson Bill Crothers SS Lambton Central

11.84 11.87 12.84 12.27 12.42 12.50

1. Catholic Central 2. Bill Crothers SS 3. Pickering HS 4. St. Mary’s 5. Essex 6. Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1. Erin Katerberg 2. Jenny Berndt 2. Skylar Dombroski 4. Norah Lloyd-Ellis 5. Vanessa Gray 6. Moyin Thanni 1. Anna Larsson 2. Emma Li 3. Kaitlyn Pretli 4. Ashley Stoyanovich 4. Kelsey Darnay 6. Bonita Thai 6. Jordan Boyle

Mount Carmel Bill Crothers SS Lester B. Pearson Sir John A. Macdonald St. Mary’s St. Marcellinus

24.50 24.89 24.98 25.19 25.22 25.77

St. Mary’s Abbey Park HS Cardinal Newman Sydenham GL Roberts CVI Colonel By SS

57.43 57.59 58.35 58.79 59.15 59.86

Abbey Park HS Sydenham EL Crossley SS Bishop Allen Almonte DHS Branksome Hall

2:17.23 2:17.57 2:17.71 2:17.82 2:22.92 2:23.15

Bishop Allen EL Crossley Eastview SS Vaughan SS St.Ignatius Loyola Vincent Massy

4:39.36 4:40.68 4:42.93 4:45.33 4:45.80 4:45.97

Shot Put

Vincent Massey Vaughan SS Uxbridge SS Ridgeway-Crystal Centennial St.Ignatius Loyola

10:12.90 10:16.31 10:23.33 10:23.55 10:25.03 10:33.97



1. Olivia Little 2. Yulia Federov 3. Katie Fisher 4. Kristen Kuhn 5. Sarah Wismer 6. Cailie McGuire

1. Taysia Radoslav 2. Alexandra Tierney 3. Alex Morrow 4. Ali Chiarelli 5. Naomi Ashley 6. Brittany Graves

Cardinal Newman Sacred Heart HS Saugeen DHS Mother Teresa HS Saltfleet DHS Joan of Arc CHS

43.54 44.51 44.99 45.46 45.98 46.16

49.44 50.32 50.84 51.15 51.24 51.46 Listowel Merivale HS Banting Memorial Notre Dame Regiopolis Perth DCI Paul Dwyer CHS

1.70m 1.65m 1.65m 1.65m 1.60m 1.60m

Sir John A. Macdonald Bill Crothers SS Sandwich SS St. Thomas Aquinas St. Michael HS Lawrence Park Bill Crothers SS

3.10m 3.00m 2.90m 2.75m 2.75m 2.60m 2.60m

Saugeen DHS St. Mary’s Lambton Central Holy Cross SS Dunnville SS Glebe CI

5.52m 5.44m 5.26m 5.25m 5.21m 5.08m

Pole Vault


1. Alexandra Lucki 2. Megan Rempel 3. Madeline Armstrong 4. Yulia Federov 5. Bridget Oneill 6. Olivia Little

11.46 11.55 11.56 11.87 11.92 11.94

High Jump


1. Evelyne Guay 2. Nicole Armstrong 3. Megan Rempel 4. Alexandra Lucki 5. Alanna Shearman 6. Connor Ostoich

Saltfleet DHS Pine Ridge SS Sacred Heart HS Saugeen DHS Bayridge SS Huron Heights

4x100m Relay


1. Leya Buchanan 2. Sade McCreath 3. D’Andra Layne 4. Katie Sieling 5. Taylor Sharpe 6. Maya Genard

1. Naomi Ashley 2. Tia Thevenin 3. Alexandra Tierney 4. Alex Morrow 5. Katie Zohorsky 6. Micaela McLean 300m Hurdles

Junior Girls’ 100m

1. Taylor Sharpe 2. Evelyne Guay 3. Taysia Radoslav 4. Nicole Armstrong 5. Annesha Adams 6. Ding Ran Dai

Long Jump

1. Hannah-Kelsey Smith 2. Savanah Allen 3. Jenna McCurdy 4. Taliyah Campbell 5. Kennedy Lanktree 6. Kassie Clark

1. Leah Hill 2. Elizabeth Pezzutto 3. Ashley Wallace 4. Cyerra Cassell 5. Jamie Simpson 6. Dana Darmohray


49.36 * 49.89 50. 03 50. 88 51. 04 51. 36

High Jump

1. Shyla Cardy 2. Gemma Rod 3. Lexi Aitken 4. Shaelyn Laurie 5. Rachael Wise 5. Anastasia Maslak 5. Georgia Campbell 5. Ashley Abou

10.93m 10.62m 10.51m 10.22m 10.18m 9.96m


80m Hurdles

1. Lexi Aitken 2. Alanna Hendricks 3. Nicole Skimming 4. Emma Nero 5. Hannah-Kelsey Smith 6. Kassie Clark

80m Hurdles

Park Street CI St. Roch CSS St. Augustine SS Assumption HS Central Algoma Northview Heights



1. Charlotte Prouse 2. Stephanie Ryall 3. Kelsey Horner 4. Jessica Armstrong 5. Chardae Henry 6. Claire Smith

1. Ashley Wallace 2. Modupe Okeowo 3. Teneshia Dixon 4. Savannah LaRoche 5. Emily Good 6. Alison Hanson

Long Jump

1. Alex Morrow 2. Angela Mercurio 3. McKayla Eves 4. Kenya Costa-Dookha 5. Lauren Hines 6. Courtney Dwyer Triple Jump

1. Angela Mercurio 2. Erica Voss 3. Brittany Graves 4. Brittney Gibbs 5. Sara Villani 6. Keirstin Olar 10.83m 1. Obeng Marfo 2. Lauren Bohn 3. Kaitlin Brooks 4. Kayla Maduk 5. Alexandra Hanna 6. Shaylisha Colley 1. Obeng Marfo 2. Jazmin Kikert 3. Jessica Detlor 4. Anne Campbell 5. Lauren Williams 6. Megan Smith

St. Mary’s 11.70m Mentor College 11.46m St. Joan of Arc CHS 11.16m Sir Oliver Mowat 11.16m Brampton Christian 11.00m White Pines CVS, Sault St. Marie

Father Henry Carr E.J. Lajeunesse St. Peter’s CSS John McCrae SS F.J. Brennan Edmund Campion

11.63m 11.04m 10.95m 10.93m 10.76m 10.55m

Father Henry Carr Port Colborne HS Ridgeway-Crystal Philip Pocock Riverside SS Eastview SS

41.22m 37.85m 32.96m 32.94m 31.57m 31.13m

Championship Results Javelin

1.Breanne Wilson 2. Bailey Dell 3. Kayla Maduk 4. Laura Drope 5. Jenna Bolton 6. Adara Dillabaugh Senior Girls’ 100m

1. Khamica Bingham 2. Ashley Huard 3. Naomi Kerr 4. Amelia Brohman 5. Shaina Harrison 6. Marissa Kurtimah 200m

1. Khamica Bingham 2. Christian Brennan 3. Khadijah Valentine 4. Victoria McIntyre 5. Amelia Brohman 6. Marissa Kurtimah 400m

1. Christian Brennan 2. Tashuana Yapchung 3. Alison Fraser 4. Allison Christiani 5. Taylor Farguhar 6. Alexis Marsh 800m

1. Emma Galbraith 2. Jaimie Phelan 3. Vanessa McLeod 4. Samantha Hill

Bill Crothers SS Sandwich SS John McCrae SS Northern SS, Sarnia Lambton Central Glebe CI

40.13m 37.21m 34.39m 33.70m 32.92m 32.84m

Heart Lake SS Hanmer ES, Hanmer Edmund Campion Hillcrest HS Maximilian Kolbe Guelph

11.34 11.65 11.74 11.75 11.77 11.98

Heart Lake SS St. Mary’s HS Markham DHS Ashbury College Hillcrest HS Guelph

23.52 23.90 24.26 24.52 24.56 24.65

St. Mary’s HS Birchmount Park John F.Ross Loretto Abbey London Central Notre Dame

54.66 55.78 56.13 56.22 57.15 57.45

Franco Ouest CC St. Mary’s Father John Redmond Eastern Commerce

2:11.90 2:12.39 2:12.57 2:13.94

5. Michelle Reddy 6. Honor Walmsley 1500m

1. Emma Galbraith 2. Jaimie Phelan 3. Hilary Stafford 4. Gabriela Stafford 5. Madeline McDonald 6. Kelly Hennessy 3000m

1. Madeline McDonald 2. Rachel Faulds 3. Kelly Hennessy 4. Sarah Emilio 5. Madeline Yungblut 6. Phoebe Cseresneyes 100m Hurdles

1. Nicole Setteringto 2. Christine MacNeill 3. Tania Bambi 4. Maya Daly 5. Mikeisha Bobb 6. Yanique Bennett 400m Hurdles

1. Taylor Farquhar 2. Yanique Bennett 3. Ashley Taylor 4. Jessica Adamson 5. Bridget Hayes 6. Alejandra Gonzales 4 x 100m Relay

1. St. Edmund Campion 2. Pickering HS

St. Christopher, Sarnia Rosedale Hts. Toronto

2:15.55 2:16.11

Franco Ouest CC St. Mary’s St. Thomas Aquinas Toronto French School Lawrence Park St. Thomas Aquinas

4:29.11 4:30.05 4:34.58 4:36.20 4:36.21 4:39.60

Lawrence Park Trenton HS St. Thomas Aquinas Malvern CI F.E.Madill Westdale SS

9:55.96 9:58.51 10:02.54 10:02.74 10:05.90 10:08.69

Oakridge London Central Franco Ouest Pickering HS Sir Wilfrid Laurier Nantyr Shores SS

13.37 13.69 13.71 13.71 14.25 14.31

London Central Nantyr Shores SS Nelson SS North Toronto Mother Teresa HS Regina Mundi

59.08 59.79 1:00.89 1:02.08 1:03.12 1:03.16

47.99 48.82

3. Father Henry Carr 4. Northern SS, Sarnia 5. Holy Trinity 6. St. Joan of Arc High Jump

1. Carolyn Adams 2. Maja Naruszewicz 3. Davine Reid 4. Brooke Rowland 5. Melissa Stapleton 5. Alexabree James-Ashkewe Pole Vault

1. Alysha Newman 2. Allison Harris 3. Emily Loebach 4. Emily Kukovica 5. Mackenzie Kranics 5. Felicite Kokron Long Jump

1. Brooke Rowland 2. Emily Omahen 3. Celina Decarolis 4. Jordan Bates 5. Mikaela Vandenheuvel 6. Oladunni Aladejebi Triple Jump

1.Tyra Forbes 2. Danielle Gunsch 3. Jordan Bates 4. Monique Slowley 5. Jenna West 6. Aaliah Frazier

49.27 49.58 49.70 49.74 A.B. Lucas Fr.Michael Goetz A.Y.Jackson SS Westside SS Centre Dufferin St. James

1.70m 1.70m 1.70m 1.65m 1.60m 1.60m

Mother Teresa Bishop Strachan Sandwich SS De La Salle Lakeshore CHS St. Theresa HS

4.06m * 3.50m 3.30m 3.10m 2.95m 2.95m

Westside St. Anne Holy Trinity Richview SS Medway, Arva Mother Teresa

5.82m 5.70m 5.68m 5.42m 5.36m 5.27m

Pine Ridge SS Huron Heights Richview SS Markville SS Holy Trinity Mayfield HS

12.06m 12.01m 11.72m 11.72m 11.59m 11.13m

Shot Put

1. Brittany Crew 2. Jill Van Damme 3. Sarah Moss 4. Addi Halliday 5. Ashley Connell 6 Hailey Pollock

Birchmount Park Bluevale Notre Dame College Thousand Islands SS South Grenville DHS St. Joseph’s CHS

14.86m * 12.66m 12.43m 11.92m 11.81m 11.50m

Birchmount Park Notre Dame College Saugeen District Bluevale Fellowes HS Port Colborne HS

44.24m 42.89m 42.65m 41.00m 37.63m 37.00m

Belle River Westside Corpus Christie Elmira A.N.Myer SS Elmvale DHS

45.42m 43.02m 39.82m 37.79m 37.61m 37.36m

F.E. Madill, Wingham ES Theriault, Timmins St. Thomas Aquinas Bell HS Coburg West CI Glebe CI

4:57.87 4:58.38 4:59.26 5:05.31 5:06.09 5:06.82


1. Brittany Crew 2. Sarah Moss 3. Kelly Gribbons 4. Jill Van Damme 5. Katie Klatt 6. Ilyssa Boisvenue Javelin

1. Victoria Smith 2. Brooke Rowland 3. Brianna Veerman 4. Jasmine Wilson 5. Victoria Schoonings 6. Elicia Durtnall 1500m Steeplechase

1. Julie-Anne Staehli 2. Renee Maisonneuve 3. Carlee Cassidy 4. Erin O’Higgins 5. Tabby Cassleman 6. Charlene Rhead 4 X 400m Relay

1. Birchmount Park 2. Northern, Sarnia 3. Vincent Massey 4. Father John Redmond 5. Sydenham 6. Belle River

Fellowes HS Fellowes HS Centre Hastingsc Lord Dorchester Quinte Christian Notre Dame

14.93 18.05 18.18 19.50 22.19 22.41

E.S. L’Horizon Sacred Heart HS

4:07.00 * 4:07.95

800m Blind

1. Meghan Mahon 2. Christina Di Maria

O’Gorman HS, Timmins 2:51.88 * Cardinal Carter 3:30.08

St. Paul CHS Birchmount Park Father Henry Carr Donald A. Wilson Clarkson SS All Saints

11.05 11.20 11.21 11.22 11.29 11.29

Father Henry Carr St. Paul CHS Thomas of Villanova All Saints Oakridge Silverthorn CI

22.73 22.75 22.88 23.05 23.14 23.20


1. Aaron Hector 2. Shermar Paul 3. Connor Rosaasen 4. Logan Riley 5. Davis Edward 6. Ishan Anderson


51.76 52.56 52.61 53.22 53.67 54.01

1. Mark Patten 2. Max Serviss 3. Liam Marecak 4. Ben Freemantle 5. Phoenix Tashlin Clifford 6. Robert Heppenstall

Centre Wellington General Panet HS Bayside SS Sacred Heart Northern SS St.Thomas More

2:00.51 2:00.92 2:02.66 2:03.30 2:04.06 2:04.85

Montcalm Erindale SS General Panet HS John Cabot CSS Holy Cross SS Vincent Massey

4:09.18 4:09.40 4:11.09 4:11.70 4:14.69 4:14.97

Montcalm Erindale SS Vincent Massey Belle River John Cabot SS Birchmount Park

8:54.26 * 8:55.43 9:09.07 9:16.70 9:16.75 9:17.40

Oakridge Sacred Heart Dunbarton HS Sydenham HS Osgoode HS Riverdale SS

13.68 13.96 14.00 14.12 14.17 14.38

Oakridge Osgoode HS Dunbarton HS Carleton Place Sacred Heart Perth DCI

40.57 42.30 42.79 42.89 43.26 45.37


1. Muhumed Sirage 2. Braydon Rennie 3. Max Serviss 4. Sergio Raez-Villanueva 5. Jonathan Besselink 6. Brendan Wallace

4 x 100m Relay

1. Father Henry Carr 2. Donald A. Wilson 3. St.Thomas of Villanova 4. Birchmount Park 5. St. Joan of Arc 6. Al Saints CSS


1. Eddie Ekiyor 2. Slade Simmons 3. Joey Wilson 4. Tony N’Zoigba 5. Brandon Cyrus 6 Kamil Miller 6. Twanell Bell 6. David Bailey

45.12 45.30 45.53 46.14 46.75 46.77

1. Treshaun Abrahams 2. Jack Thomas 3. Alvin Fortaleza 4. Scott Billings 5. Tommy Huynh 6. Josh Liang

Pickering HS North Lambton Winston Churchill London Central Parkdale Dr. Norman Bethune

12.78m 12.66m 12.53m 12.44m 12.34m 12.31m

1. Matthew Rosati 2. Aleks Rapp 3. Jesse Amankwaa 4. Matthew Del Bove 5. Simon Tim 6. Patrick Dupuis

Chaminade College Christ The King Michael Power W.L.MacKenzie Eastern Commerce Perth DCI

15.55m 14.87m 14.65m 14.43m 14.37m 14.17m

1. Tristan Cotter 2. Cole Cathcart 3. Iaaiah Brown 4. Austin Armstrong 5. Lucas Mann-Clattenburg 6. Noah Rolph

Oakridge Thousand Islands SS Bishop Smith CHS EL Crossley SS Port Colborne HS Parkside

46.37m 44.51m 43.67m 42.22m 42.03m 41.45m


1. Jake Fraggis 2. Ben Cross 3. Colton Powley 48.45m 4. Simon Folkerts 5. Owen Ingram 6. Travis Garrity

Medway, Arva 50.77m Frontenac SS 48.67m Northern SS, Sturgeon Falls Smithfield DCHS Eastview SS St. Patrick’s, Sarnia

46.59m 45.62m 45.07m

Villanova College St. Augustine SS Michael Power Thomas A.Blakelock Northern SS, Sarnia F.E. Madill, Wingham

10.87 10.94 10.99 11.06 11.10 11.11

Villanova College F.E. Madill, Wingham Michael Power Notre Dame CSS Lakeshore CHS St. Augustine SS

22.40 22.50 22.59 22.78 22.97 23.08

Sandwich SS Lycee Claudel R.H. King Riverside SS St. Michael CHS St. Michael’s College

50.69 50.90 51.43 51.49 51.61 52.25

Sandwich SS Lycee Claudel Northern SS Riverside SS Waterloo CI Maximilian Kolbe

1:59.00 1:59.61 1:59.95 2:00.04 2:00.37 2:00.87

Junior Boys’ 100m

1. Zachary Waslenko 2. Norris Spike 3. Cameron Nurse 4. Brandon Tyrrell 5. Mitchell Smiley 6. Alex Peters 200m

1. Zachary Waslenko 2. Alex Peters 3. Cameron Nurse 4. Duan Asemota 5. Shane Harding 6. Norris Spike

Mother Teresa HS Delhi Penetanquishene Louis Riel ESP Holy Trinity Mother Teresa St. Catharines West Park SS

1.90m 1.80m 1.80m 1.75m 1.75m 1.70m 1.70m 1.70m

Ridgeway-Crystal Ridgeway-Crystal Thousand Islands SS Lockerby St. Thomas Aquinas St. Anne SS

3.75m * 3.30m 3.05m 3.05m 3.05m 2.90m


1. Carter Day 2. Lucas Trapeau 3. Deandre Smith 4. Lyjah Dunn 5. Matthew Bedard 6. Nick Pastorious 800m

Pole Vault

1. Joel Mueller 2. Andy Bolton 3. Keegan Elliot 4. Philip Miller 5. Brock VanBerlo 6. Brad Gyemi

6.11m 6.06m 6.05m 6.00m 5.87m 5.82m


300m Hurdles

1. Davis Edward 2. Geoffrey Lawson 3. Zack Lakeit 4. Declan Rothwell 5. Peter Suderman 6. Max Doyle

Birchmount Park Woodbine JHS Prince Edward CI, Picton London Central Louis Riel ESP St. Thomas Aquinas

Shot Put


1. Muhumed Sirage 2. Braydon Rennie 3. Brendan Wallace 4. Miles Matthews 5. Sergio Raez-Villanueva 6. Luke Mackrell

1. Chad Elliott 2. Kadre Gray 3. Cole Norton 4. Scott Billings 5. Jibrel Jama 6. Brock VanBerlo Triple Jump

High Jump

Midget Boys 100m

1. Shermar Paul 2. Chad Elliott 3. Aaron Hector 4. Daiten Rhone 5. Chris Smith 6. Logan Riley

Long Jump

St.Thomas More Donald A. Wilson Holy Names Mother Teresa HS St. David Bramalea


1. Davis Edward 2. Alec Pichelli 3. Zack Lakeit 4. Brodie Latimer 5. Geoffrey Lawson 6. Kyle Stevens

800m Wheelchair

1. Jennie Poirier 2. Lauren Farish

1. Robert Heppenstall 2. Chris Miller 3. Giordano LaCivita 4. Eddie Ekiyor 5. Ildemaro Ponnambalam 6. Kenya Small

100m Hurdles

3:55.92 3:57.85 3:58.76 3:59.96 4:01.09 4:02.44

100m Ambulatory

1. Alicia Tustin 2. Lacie Cardiff 3. Jessica Aide 4. Madison Wilson 5. Kate Woods 6. Nicole St.Jules


1. Carter Day 2. Lucas Trapeau 3. Michael Petta 4. Lyjah Dunn 5. Nick Bedi 6. Tim Pare

Championship Results 1500m

1. Michael Petta 2. Nick Bedi 3. Ben Carson 4. Justin Moakler 5. Isaac Dobos 6. Nathan Ackerman

Shot Put

Northern SS Waterloo CI Leaside HS Brampton Centennial SS RS McLaughlin Courtice SS

4:02.62 4:03.58 4:04.98 4:06.65 4:07.49 4:08.13

Bishop Reding, Milton Courtice SS Paris SS A Y Jackson SS RS McLaughlin St.Michael’s College

8:47.20 8:56.51 8:57.75 9:00.38 9:05.12 9:06.30

Greenwood College Pickering HS St. Clair , Sarnia Sacred Heart Sandwich SS St. Michael CHS

13.76 13.77 14.03 14.06 14.35 14.36

Arnprior DHS Greenwood College Ashbury College St. Michael CHS St. Thomas of Villanova Chaminade College

39.84 39.97 40.60 40.61 41.36 41.87


1. Ben Preisner 2. Nathan Ackerman 3. Brandon Thomas 4. Brendon Howard 5. Isaac Dobos 6. Justyn Knight

4 x 100m Relay

1. Chaminade College 2. Notre Dame CSS 3. Bill Crothers SS 4. Pickering HS 5. St. Marcellinus 6. Villanova College

1. Marlon Laidlaw-Allen 2. Drelan Bramwell 3. Andre Ford-Azonwan 4. Brandon Bobb 5. Andre DeGrasse 6. Bolade Ajomale

Our Lady of Mount Carmel 1.93m Trenton HS 1.93m Cardinal Leger 1.93m Samuel-Genest CC 1.85m Cardinal McGuigan 1.85m Canterbury 1.85m


57.60m 56.36m 51.75m 47.84m 47.64m 47.41m

F.J. Brennan Birchmount Park Lo-Ellen Park SS St. Paul’s HS Montcalm W.F. Herman

55.43m 52.19m 51.74m 49.91m 48.56m 47.84m

1. Brandon McBride 2. Marc-Andre Alexandre 3. Wade Embury 4. Rayshaun Franklin 5. Steven Ajayi 6. Joshua Cunningham

4.10m 3.90m 3.70m 3.55m 3.55m 3.40m

Catholic Central HS Trenton HS St. Mary’s CHS Chaminade College Cardinal McGuigan Keswick HS

6.52m 6.49m 6.45m 6.39m 6.24m 6.21m

St. Ignatius Loyola Trenton HS Holy Names Longfields DHSS Bur Oak SS Downsview SS

13.68m 13.52m 13.47m 13.33m 13.06m 12.97m

1. Brandon McBride 2. Scott Buttinger 3. Andrew Costello 4. Chris Hutton 5. Nick Holden 6. Elijah Silva

13.85 13.96 14.06 14.11 14.35 14.40

1. Christopher Green 2. Hayden Peters 3. Dylan Dimock 4. Isaiah Moses 5. Khalil Parris 6. Devereaux Senior

Cameron Heights Sydenham Father John Redmond Gloucester HS Sandwich SS Richmond Green

53.28 53.95 54.21 54.88 56.15 57.35

1. Northern , Sarnia 2. W.F. Herman 3. Bill Crothers SS 4. Catholic Central 5. Father Henry Carr 6. St. Roch CSS

42.64 42.82 43.12 43.34 43.37 43.60

High Jump

1. J.T. Hunt 2. Zimbert Bramble 3. Leeson Guay 4. Brayden Murphy 5. Sven Trodel 6. Quinton Eaton 6. Anthony Broeders 6. Brandon Mask

Bendale Northern, Sarnia Cardinal McGuigan St.Charles Garnier Milliken Mills Alexander MacKenzie

10.42 10.45 10.50 10.50 10.62 10.64

Bendale Northern, Sarnia St. Patrick’s SS St. Marcellinus Paul Dwyer CHS Upper Canada College

21.09 21.33 21.49 21.82 21.89 21.92

Pole Vault

W.F.Herman Upper Canada College Sydenham Stephen Leacock St. Patrick’s SS Brother Andre

47.59 47.85 48.19 48.98 48.99 49.10

Long Jump

W.F. Herman Resurrection St. Patrick’s SS Winston Churchill Quinte SS Brebeuf College

1:52.69 1:52.72 1:53.31 1:54.49 1:55.14 1:55.56

Glebe CI Riverside Pickering HS Northern, Sarnia Grimsby Sacred Heart

3:53.08 3:53.49 3:54.28 3:54.87 3:54.95 3:55.59

Port Hope HS Glebe CI St. Mary’s Pickering HS Kingsville Grimsby

8:22.79 8:23.62 8:24.33 8:25.95 8:26.84 8:36.36


1. Jeremy Coughler 2. Yves Sikubwabo 3. Ben Flanagan 4. Xavier King 5. Ryan Sleiman 6. Troy Smith

St. Mary’s Cameron Heights Dunbarton HS Cameron Heights Innisdale SS Pickering HS

4 x 100m Relay


1. Yves Sikubwabo 2. Corey Bellmore 3. Xavier King 4. Shawn Master 5. Troy Smith 6. Alex Freemantle

1. Keith Cyrus 2. Christopher Green 3. Andre Wright 4. Jordan Sherwood 5. Junior Solomon 6. Yazin Joseph 400m Hurdles


Hillcrest HS Thousand Islands SS W.F. Herman North Dundas DHS Kingsville Sacred Heart

Triple Jump

1. Dejon Brissett 2. Leaugen Fray 3. Angelo Bortolin 4. Nathaniel Thompson 5. Shemar Hines 6. Trivel Pinto

Clarke HS, Newcastle Don Mills Sir Frederick Banting Stouffville DSS Cardinal Carter Ridgeway-Crystal

Senior Boys’ 100m

1. Marlon Laidlaw-Allen 2. Drelan Bramwell 3. Steven Ajayi 4. Deion Barker 5. Dillando Allotey 6. Marc-Andre Alexandre

Long Jump

1. Khaliel James 2. Leaugen Fray 3. Michael Murray 4. Tayque Kelly 5. Miguel Lalor 6. Jordan Strickland

1. Alex Keys 2. Matthew Ing 3. Keegan Moore 4. Mark Wargala 5. Spencer Swan 6. Spencer Trinier


Pole Vault

1. Zack Kerr 2. Eric Cowan 3. Devan Primeau 4. Daniel Trumper 5. Jandre Smit 6. Chris Kwapis

1. Trevor Greenwood 2. Ezana Debalkew 3. Kevin Mackey 4. Greg Barker 5. Francesco Mariani 6. Dalton Matiasz

44.24 44.47 44.64 44.81 45.04 45.27

High Jump

1. Paul Galas 2. Leaugen Fray 3. Daniel Linardic 4. Yvan-Marcel Ntivumbura 5. Miguel Lalor 6. Aymen Sayed

16.82m 16.77m 15.78m 15.72m 15.70m 15.58m


300m Hurdles

1. Nathan Toman 2. Daniel Brady 3. Fiyinfoluwa Ukiri 4. Matthew Bedard 5. Noah Mole 6. Xavier Jehovah

110m Hurdles

Woodbridge College Strathroy DCI Belle River Stouffville DSS Central Huron Kingsville


100m Hurdles

1. Daniel Brady 2. Brian Betty 3. Brett Storr 4. Mike Osuntoyinbo 5. Nathan Hesman 6. Matthew Bedard

1. Kendalle Melliphan 2. Andrew Martin 3. Keith Carscadden 4. Greg Barker 5. Mackenzie Josie 6. Logan Webster

1. Nik Hoediono 2. Chris Waugh 3. Brian Choja 4. Connor Young 4. John Kosar 6. Nicolas Katulic 1. Riley Bell 2. Mitch O’Donnell 3. Kevin Chung 4. Matthew Fontanna 5. Brandon Leitert 6. Andrew Argall

St. Michael HS A.Y.Jackson All Saints HS St. John’s CHS Lockerby Listowel Regiopolis LaSalle SS

1.98m 1.95m 1.90m 1.90m 1.90m 1.90m 1.90m 1.90m

John A. Macdonald Saunders SS Oakridge Saunders SS Lo-Ellen Park S Centennial SS

4.50m 4.45m 4.10m 3.95m 3.95m 3.95m

Central Elgin Forest Heights Merivale HS Brampton Christian Erin, Erin Manitoulin SS

7.14m 6.92m 6.78m 6.74m 6.69m 6.65m

Bill Crothers SS Sir John A. Macdonald W.F. Herman Jarvis CI John McCrae SS Brampton Christian

14.42m 14.38m 14.14m 14.04m 14.04m 13.98m

La Salle SS Saugeen DHS Philip Pocock SS Port Credit SS Northern, Sarnia Essex

18.84m 17.91m 17.90m 16.73m 16.63m 16.42m

Medway, Arva Saugeen DHS Malvern CI Thousand Islands SS St. Joseph’s CHS Bishop Allen Academy

53.90m 53.05m 49.77m 48.98m 48.87m 48.28m

Triple Jump

1. Omar Anglin 2. Braden Cok 3. Mike Ascott 4. Jahrece Fleming 4. Bryson Patterson 6. Matthew Fontanna Shot Put

1. Brandon Deslauriers 2. Kevin Bowman 3. Daniel Polinski 4. John Krzyszkowski 5. Brett Boersma 6. Josh Dame Discus

1. Andrew Cullen 2. Kevin Bowman 3. Peter Nikolovski 4. Trent Corney 5. Blake Thompson 6. Jared Skeath



1. Evan Karakolis 2. Trent Corney 3. Michael Paisley 4. Scott Seymour 5. Shawn Pellizari 6. Brett Duffy

4 x 400m Relay

Birchmount Park Thousand Islands SS Lambton Central Park Street CI ES Jean Vanier Thousand Islands SS

67.51m 63.60m 56.29m 55.35m 54.02m 52.79m

2000m Steeplechase

1. Xavier King 2. Jeremy Coughler 3. Daniel Piticariu 4. Rob McCann 5. Alex Berhe 6. Joseph Kagumba

1. Northern, Sarnia 2. Sandwich SS 3. Pickering HS 4. Catholic Central 5. Bill Crothers SS 6. Winston Churchill SS

1500m Wheelchair

3:22.37 3:22.81 3:23.93 3:24.55 3:25.61 3:26.30

1. Anthony Protomanni 2. Tyrone Henry 3. Eric Voss Team Results MIDGET GIRLS’

100m Ambulatory

Pickering HS Port Hope HS Vincent Massey SS Lorne Park SS Woodroffe HS Erindale SS

5:46.65 5:48.27 5:51.05 5:53.53 5:57.20 6:05.95

1. Brandon Meredith 2. Kejean Jackson 3. Cody Salomons 4. Garrett Fraser-Morris 5. D’Vaughn Grant 6. Austin Wodtke

Moira SS Woodbridge College London Christian Sydenham Woodbridge College Fellowes HS

Holy Cross South Carleton St. Michael, Stratford

12.71 12.72 13.01 13.31 14.39 14.57

1. Bill Crothers SS 2. Eastdale CVI 3. St. Roch CSS 4. St. Anne’s 5. John McCrae SS 6. London Central

58 Points 30 Points 26.5 Points 26 Points 24 Points 20 Points


1. Oakridge 2. Birchmount Park 2. Father Henry Carr 4. Donald A. Wilson 5. Montclam

34 Points 26 Points 26 Points 21 Points 20 Points


1. Bill Crothers SS 2. Our Lady of Mount Carmel 2. St. Mary’s 4. Saugeen District 5. Father Henry Carr 6. Abbey Park

48 Points 23 Points 23 Points 21 Points 20 Points 18 Points


1. Sandwich SS 2. Trenton HS, Trenton 3. Villanova College 4. Chaminade College 5. Greenwood College 6. Lycee Claudel 6. Northern SS

28 Points 24 Points 23 Points 19 Points 18 Points 16 Points 16 Points


1. Birchmount Park 2. Franco Ouest CC 3. London Central 4. Westside SS 5. Heart Lake SS 6. St. Mary’s

28 Points 26 Points 24 Points 23 Points 20 Points 18 Points


1. Northern, Sarnia 2. W.F. Herman 3. Cameron Heights 4. Bendale 5. Thousand Islands SS 6. Glebe CI 6. Sir John A. Macdonald

35 Points 34 Points 23 Points 20 Points 19 Points 18 Points 18 Points


1. Bill Crothers SS 2. Birchmount Park 3. London Central 4. St. Mary’s 5. Pickering HS 6. John McCrae SS

109.50 Points 46 Points 44 Points 39 Points 37 Points 35 Points


1. Pickering HS 2. Northern, Sarnia 3. Birchmount Park 4. Thousand Islands SS 5. Sandwich SS 5. W.F. Herman


55 Points 49 Points 45 Points 43.50 Points 43 Points 43 Points

5:09.13 * 5:20.39 5:53.51

OFSAA Committees and Chairs Coaching Terry Olaskey Future Directions Ed McMahon Transfers Dave Carscadden Constitutional Review Bonnie Glover Gender Equity Clem Contreras, Bishop Allen Co-chair Elaine Birta, Vaughan SS Classifications Terry O’Rourke Championship Review Helen Downey, Bishop Tonnos CHS Sanctions Brian Poste, North Hastings DHS Alpine Skiing Kevin Gosselin, Jean Vanier CHS Badminton David Meijer, Cameron Heights CI Co-chair Michelle Whitney, East Northumberland SS Baseball Paul Solarski, Brebeuf College Basketball - Boys’ Suche James, Frontenac SS Co-chair Tom Oliveri, Brebeuf College Basketball - Girls’ Erin Gray, Aurora HS Cross Country Running Michael Smith, Highlands SS Co-chair Suche James, Frontenac SS Curling Yvonne Nieuwenhuis Sir Robert Borden HS Field Hockey Sharon Creelman, Appleby College Boys' Field Lacrosse Greg Reid, St. Andrew’s College Football Barry Rushon, White Pine CVI Golf - Girls’ Jackie Mooney, Bayview SS Golf - Boys’ Bob Di Francesco, St. Mary's Gymnastics TBA Hockey - Boys Steve Stanlick, St. Peter’s Co-chair John Lyttle, Sir Oliver Mowat Hockey - Girls’ Ashley Stephenson, Nelson HS Nordic Skiing Sian Leyson-Doughty, Mayfield SS Rugby - Boys’ Paul Pendakis, Saltfleet HS Rugby - Girls’ Ryan Clancy, St. Anne's CHS Soccer Heather Windrem, Widdifield SS Snowboard Racing Krista Petrie-Wallace, Almonte DHS Swimming Kevin Wong, Bishop P.F. Reding SS Tennis Michael Robinson, Lakeshore CHS Track & Field Chris Deighan, Cardinal Carter Volleyball Helen Thomson, St. Michael CSS Co-chair Brian Leidl, Chatham Kent SS Wrestling Randy Budner, St. Patrick HS

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