WDCS A CWOSSA Jr. Boys’ Volleyball Silver Medalists

Walkerton District Community School

Walkerton District junior boys stepped up their game at the 2018 A CWOSSA championship, and came away with the silver medal.

The Riverhawks finished second in their pool, which set up an all BAA semi-final against Kincardine District Knights. KDSS had beaten WDCS in the BAA playoffs less than a week earlier.    Walkerton was able to pull out a two set victory which sent them into the final against Woodland Christian.    Unfortunately, the final was a  2  – 0 win for Woodland.

 

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SHHS AA CWOSSA Sr. Boys’ Volleyball Silver Medalists

 

Sacred Heart High School

Sacred Heart senior boys had two very solid days of volleyball at the 2018 AA CWOSSA championship, and came away with the silver medal.  On day one,  the Crusaders played some dominant volleyball and  finished first in their pool.

The semi-finals saw Sacred Heart take on BAA rivals Saugeen District.   The Royals had beaten the Crusaders in the BAA playoffs less than a week earlier.   The match went 3 sets, with the deciding set going 18-16 in favour of Sacred Heart.

The match against Preston in the final was a tough test for the Crusaders.   The match only lasted three sets, but the final two sets went past the 25 point limit….26-24 and 27 – 25.

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SDSS Win Jr. Boys’ AA CWOSSA Volleyball

Saugeen District Secondary School

The Saugeen District Royals played their best volleyball of the season, and came away the  2018 AA CWOSSA junior boys volleyball champions.

The Royals finished 2nd in Pool A on day one.   This set up a semi-final against Bishop MacDonell on day two.   The semi-final went to the third set, with SDSS pulling out a 18-16 victory.

In the finals,  Saugeen District faced Glenview Park, who beat them on the first day.   Strong serving and smart attacking allowed the the Royals take the early momentum.   Keeping their foot on the gas,  SDSS kept up the pressure and finished the championship in three straight sets.

 

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BAA Basketball

Last Friday, November 9th,  Walkerton District hosted the 2018 BAA Girls’ Basketball championship.  Both the junior and senior championship games had very exciting finishes.

Senior:  WDCS (“A” tournament winner),  GHSS (“AA” tournament winner), and OSDSS (1st place in north division) were the three teams competing for the senior championship.    OSDSS defeated GHSS 47 – 26 in the semi-finals, and but were then defeated  45 – 42 by WDCS (who came back from 14 points down) in the championship game.

Walkerton District Community School

All three teams advance to their respective CWOSSA tournaments.   WDCS plays in the CWOSSA A tournament at Kincardine District on November 16.   GHSS is joined by  SMHS to compete in the CWOSSA AA tournament at  St. Benedict (Cambridge)/St. David (Waterloo)  on November 16/17.   OSDSS advances to the CWOSSA AAA tournament at Resurrection/St. Mary’s (Kitchener)  on November 16/17.  Good luck to all BAA athletes and coaches.

Junior:  KDSS (“A” tournament winner),  SMHS (“AA” tournament winner), and OSDSS (2nd place in north division) were the three teams competing for the junior championship.    SMHS defeated OSDSS 36 – 26 in the semi-finals, but were then defeated 24 – 23 by KDSS in the championship game.

Kincardine District Secondary School

All three teams advance to their respective CWOSSA tournaments.   KDSS plays in the CWOSSA A tournament at Kincardine District on November 16.   SMHS is joined by GHSS to compete in the CWOSSA AA tournament at  St. Benedict (Cambridge)/St. David (Waterloo)  on November 16/17.   OSDSS advances to the CWOSSA AAA tournament at St. Mary’s (Kitchener)  on November 16/17.  Good luck to all BAA athletes and coaches.

 

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BAA Volleyball

The 2018 BAA boys’ volleyball tournament took place today at OSDSS.   Volleyball was the first sport to complete  the new CWOSSA and BAA playoff system.

Senior:  WDCS (“A” tournament winner),  SDSS (“AA” tournament winner), and OSDSS (1st place in north division) were the three teams competing for the senior championship.    SDSS defeated OSDSS 3-0 in the semi-finals, and then went to defeat WDCS 3 – 0 in the championship game.

Saugeen District Secondary School

All three teams advance to their respective CWOSSA tournaments.   WDCS plays in the CWOSSA A tournament at Woodland Christian on November 14.  SDSS is joined by SHHS to compete in the CWOSSA AA tournament at Simcoe Composite on Novemember 14/15.   OSDSS advances to the CWOSSA AAA tournament at Waterloo University/Forest Heights on November 15.  Good luck to all BAA athletes and coaches.

Junior:  KDSS (“A” tournament winner),  SDSS (“AA” tournament winner), and OSDSS (2nd place in north division) were the three teams competing for the junior championship.    OSDSS defeated SDSS 3-2 in the semi-finals, but were then defeated 3 – 1 by KDSS in the championship game.

Kincardine District Secondary School

All three teams advance to their respective CWOSSA tournaments.   KDSS plays in the CWOSSA A tournament at Woodland Christian on November 14.  SDSS will compete in the CWOSSA AA tournament at Simcoe Composite on Novemember 14/15.   OSDSS advances to the CWOSSA AAA tournament at Waterloo University/Forest Heights on November 15.Good luck to all BAA athletes and coaches.

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BAA Football

St. Mary’s High School

The St. Mary’s Mustangs claimed their 5th straight BAA Football championship with a 6 – 3 win over the Owen Sound District Wolves on Friday, November 2nd.    It was a very close game throughout the contest, with the scored tied at zero going into the second half.  The Wolves scored first in the second half with a field goal to take the lead 3 – 0.  The Mustangs struck back with a touchdown a short time later to go ahead 6 – 3.    OSDSS had chances at the end of the game to score, but the SMHS defence held until the final whistle.

St. Mary’s travels to Guelph on Friday, November 9th to take on the St. Jame’s Lions in the CWOSSA quarter final game.   Kick off is 3 pm at the University of Guelph.

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BAA Baseball

Georgian Bay Community School

Georgian Bay Community School captured the 2018 BAA Baseball championship last Friday in Kincardine.     The Thunder kept a clean sheet over two games, beating Walkerton District 10 – 0 in the semi final and then Kincardine 3 – 0 in the final.   GBCS pitchers were the stars of the day,  giving up only four hits over two games.

Kincardine beat St. Mary’s 5 -4 in the other semi final.

GBCS advances to the CWOSSA tournament, which is schedule for May 2019.

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BAA Cross Country

 

The 2018 BAA Cross Country Championship was run on Thursday, October 18 at Sawmill Trails in Hepworth.

St. Mary’s  won their 6th straight overall team title.  The SMHS girls’ teams won the senior and midget girls events.   Kincardine District has an impressive boys team that won the junior and senior boys team events.   Bruce Peninsula District won the midget boys team event.

The top three individual results are posted on the Cross Country page.

CWOSSA Cross Country will be run on October 25th at Bechtel Park, Waterloo.

Cross Country Running

 

 

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BAA Tennis

BAA student-athletes will be competing in the BAA Tennis tournament tomorrow, Wednesday October 3rd.  The tournament will  take place at the Southampton Tennis Club.   Matches  will begin around 9:00am.

Results will be posted on the tennis page.

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BAA Baseball

The north and south baseball tournaments take place this week.

The north tournament takes place on Tuesday, October 2nd at Moreau Park in Thornbury.   Games begin at 9 am.

The south tournament takes place on Wednesday, October 3rd in Kincardine.  Games begin at 1 pm.

The top two teams from each tournament advance to the BAA Championship tournament on October 12.   The BAA tournament will be hosted by the winner of the south tournament.

 

 

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