The 2018 BAA Track and Field Meet is being run today in Kincardine.
Below are links to the schedule and live results.
Way back in February the BAA Curling Championship took place.
Grey Highlands captured the girls title, beating Saugeen District 5 – 3.
At the CWOSSA Championships, SDSS finished second.
Saugeen District boys had a great finish to their season. The beat Sacred Heart 4 -0 in the BAA final, won CWOSSA, and finished fourth at OFSAA.
The junior BAA badminton championship took place on April 11 @ PSDS. Bruce Peninsula District School won the overall junior team title.
The senior BAA badminton championship took place on April 12 @ KDSS. Saugeen District Secondary School won the overall senior team title.
When the junior and senior points were combined, Grey Highlands Secondary School came out as the top BAA team.
All the results are posted on the badminton page.
CWOSSA will take place at the Columbia Ice Fields at the University of Waterloo. The junior tournament will be held on Wednesday April 18, and the senior tournament on Thursday, April 19.
Good luck to all BAA athletes.
SMHS boys and KDSS girls both repeat as BAA hockey champions.
St Mary’s defeated Sacred Heart 3-2 ina tight boys’ final. The Mustangs went up 2 – 0 early, but the Crusaders battled back to tie the game. SMHS scores the game winner mid-way through the third period.
SMHS defeated OSDSS 4-3 (double overtime) and SHHS defeated GHSS 5-0 in the semifinals.
Kincardine defeated Grey Highlands 6-2 in the BAA girls’ hockey final. KDSS was the dominant team all season.
KDSS beat SMHS 4-1 and GHSS beat SDSS 6-2 in the semifinals.
The WDCS Riverhawks won the jr girls’ CWOSSA A championship yesterday at Woodland Christian High School in Breslau. The Riverhawks won a tight three set match over École Secondaire Père René-de-Galinée in the final. (20-25, 25-23, 18-16).
PSDS also competed at the CWOSSA A tournament but didn’t advance out of pool play.
In the Sr tournament KDSS and WDCS competed well but were also not able to advance out of pool play.
The SHHS Crusaders almost gave the BAA a second Jr CWOSSA championship, but lost a tough final to Galt Collegiate. (18-25 / 21-25 / 16-25).
SMHS jrs finished 3rd in their pool, but did not advance to the semi-finals.
Sr BAA champions GHSS finished 3rd in pool play, while SMHS finished 4th. Both teams did not advance out of pool play.
OSDSS jrs and srs played hard in a tough AAA tournament. Both teams were not able to advance out of pool play.
WDCS completed a dominant BAA basketball season, by capturing the 2018 BAA Sr. Boys championship. The Riverhawks handily defeated GHSS is their semi-final, and KDSS in the final.
KDSS defeated SMHS in the other semi-final.
The Riverhawks advance to the CWOSSA A championships on February 23/24.
GBCS upset JDSS in a close semi-final 39-34. In the final the GBCS defeated SDSS 60-47.
SDSS beat SMHS 57-45 in their semi-final.
The Thunder advance to the CWOSSA A championships on February 23/24.
WDCS and GHSS captured their first BAA volleyball championships on Monday, February 12. The junior and senior final four tournaments were hosted by OSDSS.
WDCS was the dominant team in junior girls’ volleyball this season. The Riverhawks only dropped one set all season, which was in their 3 -1 semi-final win over the Wolves of OSDSS. In the final, WDCS beat SHHS 3 – 0.
SHHS beat SMHS 3 – 0 in their semi-final.
WDCS advances to the “A” CWOSSA tournament on February 22 at Woodland Christian H.S.
GHSS also had a strong regular season, tying for first in the north division. After sweeping KDSS 3- 0 in the semi-finals, the Lions were in tough against OSDSS Wolves. After dropping the first two sets, the Lions battles back to win the next three sets for a 3 -2 win.
OSDSS beat SHHS 3 – 0 in their semi-final.
GHSS advances to the “AA” CWOSSA tournament on February 21 & 22 at Simcoe Composite School.
The following are the top 3 results from the BAA Nordic Championships that took place on Mon. Jan.15 at Sawmill Trails in Hepworth.
Full results are found on the Nordic Skiing page.
OSDSS won the team championship.
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.