BAA Girls’ Basketball All Star Game

This years Girls Basketball AllStar Game will be held at WALKERTON DISTRICT COMMUNITY SCHOOL  ON FRIDAY DEC 1st.

The junior Game will begin at 6:00pm and the Senior Game will start at 8:00pm

The games will be 20 min halves with a 3 point contest during half time.

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Saugeen Wins AA CWOSSA Sr. Boys’ Volleyball

BAA teams had strong results in this past week’s CWOSSA tournaments.

SDSS led the way by winning the AA Sr. Boys’ Volleyball title.    The Royals swept through the round robin, beat BAA rival SHHS Crusaders in the semi-finals,  then rolled over Norwell in three straight sets.    Saugeen advances to the OFSAA championship in Brockville (Nov. 23-25).

SMHS Jr. boys lost a tight match in the AA CWOSSA  Jr. Boys’ final to Westside (Orangeville).

KDSS and WDCS Sr. boys lost in the A CWOSSA Sr. Boys’ semi-finals.  KDSS Jr. boys finished third.

OSDSS Sr. and Jr. boys did not get out of pool play at the AAA CWOSSA tournaments.

KDSS Sr. girls and WDCS Jr. girls lost very close games in the A CWOSSA  Girls’ basketball finals to finish second.

GHSS Sr. girls  and SMHS Jr. girls lost in the AA CWOSSA Girls’ basketball semi-finals.   SDSS Sr. girls and SHHS Jr. girls lost in the quarter-finals.

OSDSS Sr. girls did not get out of pool play at the AAA CWOSSA tournament.

 

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BAA Runners Finish in the Top Ten at OFSAA Cross Country

2017 OFSAA Cross Country Results

Midget Girls

  • Emily Bryce (SDSS) #5
  • SHHS Team #17 (Ana Morariu, Megan Martin, Mackenzie Kuntz, Andrea Barry, Katelyn Schnurr)

Midget Boys

  • Ethan Pentland (JDSS) #9
  • Jordan Beisel (KDSS) #32
  • Tayden Hannivan (GHSS) #59

Junior Girls

  • Samara Quanz (SDSS) #14

Junior Boys

  • Daniel Khan (SDSS) #29
  • Liam Fitzgerald (KDSS) #40
  • Spencer Book (GBCS) #70
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CWOSSA Country Results for BAA Athletes

BAA athletes performed extremely well at CWOSSA cross country held on October 26th at Bechtel Park in Waterloo.  Leading the way were Emily Bryce (SDSS) and Ethan Pentland (JDSS), who won the girls and boys Midget races.

Top 3 BAA Athletes and Top BAA Team

Midget Girls  –  SHHS team #2

  • Emily Bryce (#1 – SDSS)
  • Ana Morariu (#5 – SHHS)
  • Megan Martin (#9 – SHHS)

Midget Boys – KDSS team #4 ,  JDSS team #5

  • Ethan Pentland (#1 – JDSS)
  • Jordan Beisel (#2 – KDSS)
  • Nolan Smith (#4 – GBCS)
  • Tayden Hannivan (#5 – GHSS)

Junior Girls – WDCS team #8

  • Jessie Byers (#2 – WDCS)
  • Samara Quanz (#3 – SDSS)
  • Jordan Wells (#42 – WDCS)

Junior Boys – KDSS team #4

  • Daniel Khan (#2 – SDSS)
  • Liam Fitzgerald (#4 – KDSS)
  • Spencer Book (#7 – GBCS)

Senior Girls – SMHS team #11

  • Colleen Beck (#18 – OSDSS)
  • Hannah McArthur (#33 – SHHS)
  • Leah Routenburg (#49 – GHSS)

Senior Boys – SMHS team #14

  • Ethan Kruisselbrink (#8 – SMHS)
  • Matthew Donnlly (#16 -SHHS)
  • Dylan Beck (#39 – SMHS)

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Kincardine Wins BAA Sr. Girls’ Basketball

KDSS  continues to be the power of BAA Sr. Girls’ basketball, as the defeated OSDSS  39 – 30 to win the 2017 BAA title.  This is the Knights second BAA title in two years.   Ariel Luinstra  led all scorers with 14 points.

2017 BAA Sr Girls’ Basketball Champions

In the semi-finals, KDSS beat GHSS 52 – 26 and OSDSS beat SDSS 48 – 16.

Kincardine moves on to the  A CWOSSA tournament (which they are hosting) on November 17/18.  The Knights are also defending CWOSSA champions.

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Walkerton District Wins BAA Jr Girls’ Basketball

WDCS captured the 2017 BAA Jr girls championship, beating SMHS 41 – 24.   It was a back a forth first half, with the Riverhawks holding a slight edge going into half time.   WDCS used strong trapping defence to increase their lead in the third quarter, and then pulled away in the fourth.

2017 BAA Jr Girls’ Basketball Champions

In the semi-finals WDCS beat PSDS 50  – 24, while SMHS beat KDSS (in overtime)  25 – 22.

The Riverhawks have qualified  for A CWOSSA on November 17/18 in Walkerton and Kincardine.

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St. Mary’s Wins BAA Jr. Boys’ Volleyball

St. Mary’s junior boys captured  their first BAA volleyball championships yesterday at SHHS.   In the semi-finals the SMHS defeated SDSS 3 – 2, while WDCS defeated GBCS 3 – 0.    The two top BAA Jr boys’ teams then battled in the finals, with the Mustangs coming away with a 3 – 1 win.

BAA Jr Boys’ Volleyball Champions 2017

SMHS moves on to AA CWOSSA on November 15/16 at Holy Trinity C.H.S.

 

 

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Sacred Heart Wins BAA Sr Boys’ Volleyball

In a very competitive day of volleyball,  the Sr Crusaders took advantage of home court to capture the 2017 BAA title.    SHHS defeated GHSS 3-2 in one semi-final, while OSDSS defeated KDSS 3 – 0 in the other semi-final.  This set up the final featuring the number one team from the south and the number one team from the north.    A strong alumni presence in the gym for SHHS helped the Crusaders beat the Wolves 3 – 1.

2017 BAA Sr Boys Volleyball Champions

SHHS moves on to the AA CWOSSA championship on November 15/16 at Simcoe Composite School.

OSDSS moves on to the AAA CWOSSA championship on November 23/25 at the University of Waterloo.

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St. Mary’s Wins BAA Football

SMHS won their 4th consecutive BAA Football championship on Friday, November 3rd.  The Mustangs defeated OSDSS  8 – 0.  Both teams played strong defensive games.   Robbie Monague’s 40 yard touch down run proving to be the deciding score.

2017 BAA Football Champions

SMHS host St. Benedict’s C.S.S. (Waterloo) on Friday, November 10th in a CWOSSA  quarter final.    Kick off is at 2 pm.

 

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SMHS defend Cross Country Titles

St. Mary’s High School retained their fourth straight BAA Cross Country Championship at Sawmill Trails on Thursday, October 19th.    The Mustangs swept all three categories:  Girls, Boys, and Combined Overall.

 

Top three results can be found on the Cross Country page.

Good luck to all BAA athletes competing at the CWOSSA Cross Country Championship at Bethel Park, Waterloo, on October 26th.

Cross Country Running

 

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