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Jun 23 - Cedar Green and Timberwolf Golf Courses hosted the 50th anniversary of the Bill Roman Memorial Male Coaches' Golf event on Tuesday, June 23rd.

The Bill Roman Award (lowest gross overall) was won by the best ball foursome from St Charles with an unofficial tournament record of 56 at Timberwolf Golf Club. The record breaking team was comprised of Mike Scott, Peter Stankiewicz, Rick Emond and Brian Szwed.

The Gabe Guzzo Award for the best retiree group was won by the Lockerby foursome of Leland McQuarrie, Paul Brunelle, Bob Smith and Tino Lenti (see pic on left).

Click here for a full slate of results

Jun 17 - Oh what a night! Collège Boréal and the Sudbury Star teamed up to host the first ever high school athlete of the year banquet on Tuesday night. A total of fifteen schools with supporters in tow were in attendance. Overall winners were Kendra Lilly of Lockerby and Brett Walter of Lo-Ellen, while Jon Page of Lockerby was named the student vote athlete of the year. Plans are already in place to make this an annual highlight of the school year. Thanks are expressed to The Star, Collège Boréal, Retail Wholesale Department Store Union and the many other sponsors that took part.

Click here for The Sudbury Star story on this event

Jun 10 - Roch Lachapelle of CSC du Nouvel-Ontario entertained four teams in a field lacrosse exhibition tournament hosted Sunday, June 7th at Parc Sacré-Coeur. In just its first year, the event was considered a huge success and plans are in the works to possibly offer it on an annual basis each school year. If it were to be sanctioned at some point in the future, teams can qualify for the OFSAA championship which is now fully sanctioned and offered each spring.

Click here for a pic - another pic




Jun 4 - It's time to fire up the 'ol OFSAA tracker again, with three local soccer teams and a delegation of 77 track hopefuls, chances are very good that some OFSAA medals will find their way back to Sudbury by Sunday. Here is a summary of local teams at their respective OFSAA championships over the next three days (results will be added as they become available):

BOYS 'A' SOCCER (London) - St Benedict Bears (seeded 5th)
Game 1 - Thu, Jun 4, 11am,
Bears - 5 vs London District Christian HS (no seed) - 2
Game 2 - Thu, Jun 4, 3pm,
Bears - 7 vs Jeunes Sans Frontieres (no seed) - 1 (at the half)
Game 3 - Fri, Jun 5, 11am,
Bears - 1 vs Beacon HS (3rd seed) - 1
Quarter final - Fri, Jun 5, 5pm,
Bears - 0 vs Guido de Bres (finished 3-0 in their division) - 5 (Bears eliminated)

BOYS 'AA' SOCCER (Hamilton) - Lo-Ellen Park Knights (no seed)
Game 1 - Thu, Jun 4, 10:30am,
Knights - 2 vs Monsignor Pereyma S.S. (5th seed) - 2
Game 2 - Thu, Jun 4, 3:00pm,
Knights - 3 vs Carleton Park HS (no seed) - 0
Game 3 - Fri, Jun 5, 11am,
Knights - 0 vs St. Christopher's S.S (3rd seed) - 0
Game 4 - Fri, Jun 5, 2pm, Knights - 3 vs Bayside S.S. (no seed) - 0
Quarter final - Fri, Jun 5, 5pm,
Knights - 0 vs WC Kennedy (finished first in pool) - 3 (Knights eliminated)

GIRLS 'AAA' SOCCER (Ottawa) - Lockerby Vikings (seeded 5th)
Game 1 - Thu, Jun 4, 10:30am,
Vikings - 5 vs Holy Cross CA (no seed) - 0
Game 2 - Thu, Jun 4, 1:30pm,
Vikings - 2 vs Crestwood HS (no seed) - 0
Game 3 - Fri, Jun 5, 8am,
Vikings - 1 vs Northern CI & VS (3rd seed) - 0
Game 4 - Fri, Jun 5, 12:30pm,
Vikings - 7 vs Mary Ward CSS (no seed) - 0
Quarter final - Fri @ 5:15pm, Vikings - 0, Chatham-Kent - 1 (Vikings eliminated)

OFSAA TRACK AND FIELD (U of T Varsity Stadium) - 77 Local Student Athletes from 11 Area High Schools
Action begins Thu @ 3pm and continues until Saturday @ 6pm
Day one highlights -
Patrick Boileau (CND), 4th place, MB pole vault
Day two highlights - Tyson Pelkington (LEP), 4th place, JB 100mH (12.24s); Serena SanCartier (LEP), 5th place, SG 100mH (14.48s); Alannah MacLean (LEP), 7th place, JG 400m (59.76s); Brandon Shirk, 8th place, JB 400m (52.24s); Kerissa Blacklock (LCS), 7th place, JG 80mH (12.42s); Lo-Ellen Park SS, 7th place, JG 4x100m relay (51.74s)

June 1 - Boys SloPitch Convener Jean-Gilles Larocque of Bishop Carter CSS releases the boys slo-pitch championship schedule, slated for Wednesday, June 3rd at Centennial fields in the Valley.

Click here for the schedule (adobe acrobat format) - REVISED 3:30pm June 1st






May 29 - Knights win big at NOSSA! The Lo-Ellen Park Knights managed a overall aggregate score of 421 points en route to a boys team, girls team and overall sweep at NOSSA track and field hosted in North Bay Thursday and Friday. The overall title is Lo-Ellen's second in four years and the point total exceeds by over sixty their total from 2006. Qualifiers now participate at the OFSAA championships hosted at Toronto's Varsity Stadium June 4th to 6th.

Click here for a full slate of NOSSA results - Click here for a list of NOSSA qualifiers to OFSAA track

"Scene" here - The action is tight to the Lo-Ellen Park net during the boys AA/AA final Monday night
(photo courtesy of SportsLinePhoto)

May 26 - St Charles and St Benedict played host to the SDSSAA boys and girls soccer championship finals yesterday, with four new champions crowned and prepped for NOSSA which begins tommorrow. Here are the results:

Boys-
"A" > St Benedict - 2, Es Macdonald Cartier - 1
"AA"/"AAA" > St Charles - 4, Lo-Ellen Park - 1
Girls -
"A" > Es Macdonald Cartier - 3, l'Horizon - 2 (penalty kicks)
"AA"/"AAA" > Lockerby Composite - 4, College Notre-Dame - 1

Click here for a Macdonald Cartier girls team pic
Click here for a St Benedict boys team pic
(photos courtesy of Frank Rocca)

This sets up the NOSSA championship match-ups as follows (revised May 26, 5pm). Results available are included:

Category Site Time Visitor Home
Boys - Jr "A" Hillcrest "A" 12:00pm Esc Algonquin - 2 St Benedict - 1
Boys - Jr "AA" Hillcrest "B" 12:00pm West Ferris - 2 St Charles - 0
Boys - Jr "AAA" Hillcrest "A" 2:00pm St Joseph/Scollard Hall - 0 Lockerby - 2
Boys - Sr "A" Hillcrest "B" 2:00pm Esc Algonquin - 0 St Benedict - 6
Boys - Sr "AA" Semi Hillcrest "A" 10:00am West Ferris - 1 St Charles - 4
Boys - Sr "AA" Semi Hillcrest "B" 10:00am St Mary's College - 1 Lo-Ellen Park - 2
Boys - Sr "AA" Final Hillcrest "B" 4:00pm Lo-Ellen Park - 1 St Charles - 0
Boys - Sr "AAA" Hillcrest "A" 4:00pm Widdifield S.S. - 3 Lockerby - 2
Girls - Open "A" Algonquin 3:00pm Es Macdonald Cartier Esc Algonquin
Girls - Open "AA" Semi Algonquin 11:00am Notre-Dame - 1 Chippewa - 2
Girls - Open "AA" Semi West Ferris 11:00am Soo District Rep West Ferris
Girls - Open "AA" Final Algonquin 5:00pm Winner Semi #1 Winner Semi #2
Girls - Open "AAA" Algonquin 1:00pm Lockerby - 6 Widdifield - 1

Click here for the Sudbury Star article on the SDSSAA finals - Click here for the Sudbury Star article on the NOSSa finals

May 23 - The SDSSAA Tennis season drew to a close on Saturday with the championship finals hosted at the Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre. Lockerby Composite School served its way to a nineth consecutive overall aggregate title with Marymount Academy and College Notre-Dame rounding out the top three.

'Click here for a full summary of results

May 21 - Knights do it again! The Lo-Ellen Park Knights posted a total of 1100 team points en route to their fifth consecutive track and field title, and their eighth in the past nine years, earlier today at Confederation Secondary School. The total, thought to be the highest ever recorded, also included the girls' and boys' overall aggregate team titles, as well as a total of four individual aggregate titles. Selected athletes now advance to the NOSSA championships in North Bay beginning Thursday, May 28th.

Click here for a complete event results summary
Click here for an individual aggregate summary
Click here for a summary of record breakers
Click here for a team point summary - Click here for a divisional aggregate summary (adobe acrobat files)
Click here for a link to more track and field results

ay 20 - Lo-Ellen Park jumped out to an early overall aggregate lead at the SDSSAA track and field championships hosted earlier today at Confederation Secondary School. Despite the new surroundings, seven new records were set in the first of two days of heated competition.

Click here for an event results summary
Click here for overall aggregate standings
Click here for a summary of new records set
(all adobe acrobat files)

May 26 - UPDATE! Als win their fifth in a row and tenth in the past eleven years by defeating Riviere-des-Francais in the final 19-8.

Click here to read the Sudbury Star article on the final

21 - Results from Wednesday's Girls Slo-Pitch preliminaries point the way to the championship finals on Saturday. Locations are indicated below.

The match ups for Saturday are as follows:

9:00 Game #1 Terry Fox Field #2 Notre Dame I vs Lockerby
9:00 Game #2 Terry Fox Field #3 Bishop Carter vs Sacre Coeur
9:00 Game #3 Terry Fox Field #4 Franco Ouest vs French River
9:00 Game #4 Selkirk Lively vs St. Charles

All teams will play again at 10:30, with the winners moving on to the consolation finals and the championship.

Click here for the Girls Slo-Pitch championship records

May 19 - Two new schedules were released today, including the girls' slo-pitch preliminaries, rescheduled to Wednesday due to rain on Tuesday, and the Jr Boys Football Gridiron Challenge event, slated for Tuesday, June 2nd at Lasalle Secondary School.

Click here for the revised Slo-Pitch Schedule - Click here for the Gridiron Schedule (both adobe acrobat files)

May 16 - SDSSAA track coaches huddled together yesterday at Confederation Secondary School to hammer out entry lists and finalize plans to host the city track championships Wednesday and Thursday.

Click here for an updated performance list - Click here for updated entry lists (sorted by school) - adobe acrobat files

May 15 - Though the season began just under three weeks ago, it's already time for the playoff round. Regular season games wrapped up on Wednesday night and no tie breakers were required on Thursday. The "A" leagues contest quarter finals on Friday, May 16, with all leagues hosting semis on Tuesday, May 19th. Finals go Monday, May 25th.

Click here for details

"Scene here" - Historic start ...
Competitors take off for the start of the 4x800 relay, thought to be the first city championship track and field race in over a quarter century at the Confederation site.

May 13 - It was a historic day today, as the secondary track season got underway at Confederation Secondary School with the annual running of the high school relay races. True to form, Lo-Ellen Park Secondary was impressive in wracking up a total of 184 points en route to their nineth consecutive overall aggregate banner. Lockerby finished second with a total of 117 points, followed by Notre-Dame at 81.

The relay races precede the city track and field championships, to be hosted Wednesday and Thursday, May 20th and 21st, at the Confederation site.

Click here for a complete set of results - Click here for the championship records

May 12 - Tennis, anyone? The SDSSAA Tennis Preliminaries are slated for today in five sites as follows:

  • Boys Singles > Brebeuf
  • Boys Doubles > Lily Creek
  • Girls Singles > Twin Forks
  • Girls Doubles > Laurentian University
  • Mixed Doubles > Sudbury Indoor Tennis Centre

Qualifiers from the preliminary round advance to the championship finals which are scheduled for Saturday, May 23rd at the Indoor Tennis Centre. Lockerby Composite School will be seeking a nineth consecutive overall aggregate team banner at this year's championship. SDSSAA also plays hosted to NOSSA tennis slated for Monday, May 25th, also at the Indoor Tennis Centre.

Click here for the tennis championship records

May 12 - Batter up! Girls SloPitch convener Tracy Moggy of Sudbury Secondary School releases the 2009 version of the preliminaries schedule, slated for Tuesday, May 19th at Terry Fox and Selkirk fields. The top eight teams from the preliminary round advance to the championship finals to be hosted Saturday, May 23rd at Terry Fox.

College Notre-Dame will be seeking its tenth championship in eleven years at this year's event.

Click here for the preliminaries schedule (adobe acrobat file) - Click here for the SloPitch championship records

May 9 - Despite a sprained ankle sustained Friday afternoon, Patrick Michel was able to tough it out with partner Veronique Wilson to haul in a fourth place finish in 'A' Flight Mixed Doubles finals competition hosted at Cambrian College Saturday morning.

Other notable performances from Saturday's finals included:
Girls' Doubles 'C' Flight Silver Medallists - Lisa Lahaie/Janelle Fortin, ES Riviere-des-Francais
Boys Doubles 'B' Flight Bronze Medallists - Adam Constantineau/Justin Richardson - ES Macdonald Cartier
Boys Doubles 'C' Flight Bronze Medallists - Garrett Duff/Hans Agnihotri

Click here for the OFSAA Badminton results page

May 7 - The mixed doubles team of Veronique Wilson and Patrick Michel are 3-0 at the OFSAA Badminton Championships being hosted in Sudbury this week. The record puts the duo in the top eight and solidly in the "A" draw of the event. Wilson and Michel see action again today at Collège Boréal at 10:30am when they'll face a duo from Toronto District.

Matches take place today at Cambrian, Boréal and Lasalle Secondary beginning at 9am and continuing throughout the day.

Click on the logo for a link to the championship website

May 5-6 - Confederation Charger students get down and dirty at the Laurentian Community track to set about the business of moving equipment to the Confederation Secondary School site.

Three flat bed truckloads, a numerous cube van trips were necessary to get the job done.

Equipment will be stored temporarily in storage trailers situated behind the school until work at the Laurentian site is completed, at which time it will be returned there.

Work at the Laurentian track surface is expected to be completed in July of this year, depending upon weather conditions over the summer months.

Click the following for additional pics - Pic 1 - Pic 2 - Pic 3 - Pick 4

May 3 - The Macdonald Cartier Panthères keeper makes a save as the Bishop Carter Girls Invitational Soccer Tournament is contested at Sacré-Coeur fields on Friday.

At the same time, the first annual Macdonald Cartier boys invitational tournament was being hosted down the road at the Macdonald Cartier field.

Click here for a Golden Gator Invitational results wrap-up (adobe acrobat file)
Click here for Gator Champs Lockerby pic
Click here for Gator Consolation winners Macdonald Cartier pic


Apr 30 - Local gymnasts kept the winning tradition alive at OFSAA, posting numerous podium finishes en route to yet another successful finish to the season. The Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes led the pack with a first place team finish in Level I competition, a second place team finish in Level lV and a second place finish in the Team Aerobics competition.

Click here for a full summary of results (adobe acrobat file) - local performances highlighted

Apr 27 - A total of 16 local student-athletes have successfully qualified for the OFSAA Badminton championships hosted locally beginning May 7th by finishing first or second at the NOSSA championships hosted this past weekend in North Bay. On top of this, the Sudbury District was presented with the Lucio Fabris Trophy as the best overall district at NOSSA, and Macdonald Cartier was presented with the Jim Muchmore Trophy as best school in junior competition.

Click here for a full slate of results (adobe acrobat file) - Click here for the OFSAA Badminton Website

Apr 20 - For the Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes girls gymnastics team, fifteen is definitely a charm. The Als collected their fifteenth consecutive overall aggregate banner on Friday, and their 20th in the past 21 years of competition, at the SDSSAA/NOSSA championships hosted at the GymZone Gymnastics Club. St Benedict won the "A" schools' aggregate title for the first time in the sport's history. Individual level champions included: Level I - Amy Marcotte (St Charles), Level II - Karine Taillon (Notre-Dame), Level III - Maxime Beaumier (Notre-Dame), Level IV - Michelle Dumont (Champlain), Level V - Ailyse Bazinet (Horizon) and Level VI - Alicia Violin (Confederation). Qualifiers now advance to participate at the OFSAA Championships being hosted in Windsor on April 27-28.

Click here for the Sudbury Star article on this event

Apr 20 - Results from this weekend's SDSSAA badminton championship may have signalled a changing of the guard insofar as the top placing schools are concerned. After a string of ten consecutive AA/AAA and overall aggregate wins, Lo-Ellen Park was supplanted by Es Macdonald Cartier as the overall aggregate winner this season. The Panthères nipped runner-up Lockerby, who also collected a banner as the highest "AA"/"AAA" school, their first ever badminton banner, by three points in the final team standings. Qualifiers now advance to the NOSSA championship hosted by West Ferris Secondary School in North Bay beginning Friday.

Click here for a full slate of individual and team results (adobe acrobat format)

Apr 17 - Efforts to put the finishing touches on plans to host OFSAA Badminton next month are reaching a feverish pace. The championship, which goes May 7-9 at Lasalle, Cambrian College and Collège Boréal, is co-chaired by retired Lasalle teacher Clyde Sheppard and current Lasalle physical education program leader Denis Gauthier. Sheppard was also chair the last time this event was hosted locally back in 1992.

Click here to learn more about this championship (adobe acrobate file)
Click here for a link to the event website

Apr 13 - SDSSAA releases its spring sport master schedule, which includes the following sports: boys and girls soccer, track and field, track relays, girls and boys tennis and girls and boys slo-pitch.

Click here for a summary (adobe acrobat format)

Apr 15 - Macdonald Cartier adds its own entry to the soccer invitational tournament line-up with the 1st annual Panthères Invitational on the same weekend as the Gator Tournament. Tournament applications are due not later than Wed, Apr 22nd.

Click here for an entry form (adobe acrobat format)

Apr 7 - The Bishop Carter Golden Gators release information regarding their second annual girls' soccer tournament. This year's event will take place Fri, May 1st and Sat, May 2nd as locations as yet to be determined.

Interested teams take note: The entry deadline is Apr 17th.

Click here for an entry form (adobe acrobat format)

Mar 17 - The College Notre-Dame Alouettes, the defending OFSAA Girls Hockey Champions, have drawn the number one seed at this year's A/AA championship, hosted Mar 23rd to 25th at York University.

Game One - Mon @ noon - Als - 5, Lester B. Pearson SS - Burlington (#8) - 0 (Valerie Valiquette notches hat trick)
Game Two - Mon @ 7pm - Als - 9 vs Park Street CI - Orillia (#16) - 1 (Upchan, Rancourt - 2 goals ea.)
Game Three - Tue @ 3:50pm - Als - 1 vs St Clair SS - Sarnia (#12) - 1
Quarter final round: Wed @ 9:10am - Als (5th place) - 3 vs St Clair SS (4th place) - 2
Semi finals: Wed @ 3pm - Als - 2 vs St Joseph HS (St Thomas) 0 4
Bronze Medal Game: Thu @ 1:30pm - Als - 1 vs La Citadella (Cornwall) - 5
Als finish in fourth place!

Click on logo for championship website

Mar 10 - A pair of OFSAA hopefuls will be participating in their respective provincial volleyball championships next Tuesday and Wednesday, so it's time to fire up the 'ol OFSAA results tracker, with results to be added as they become available:

OFSAA GIRLS 'A' VOLLEYBALL - Port Hope

Participating Team: Confederation SS Chargers, seeded 6th
Game One: Chargers - 2, Iroquois Falls (16th) - 1 (14-25, 25-13, 15-6)
Game Two: Chargers - 2, Marc-Garneau - Trenton (11th seed) - 0 (25-19, 25-12)
Game Three: St Thomas Aquinas - Oshawa (1st seed) - 2, Confederation - 0 (25-20, 25-21)
Game Four: Chargers - 2, Brampton Christian Acadmy (20th seed) - 0 (25-7, 25-20)
Quarter Finals - Centre Desloges - 2, Chargers - 0 (25-18, 25-15) - Chargers eliminated

OFSAA GIRLS 'AAA' VOLLEYBALL - North Bay

Participating Team: Lockerby CS Vikings, seeded 14th
Game One: Colonel By SS - Glouester (8th seed) - 2, Vikings - 1 (25-20, 23-25, 13-15)
Game Two: Sir Oliver Mowat CI - West Hill (3rd seed) - 2, Vikings - 0 (16-25, 24-26)

Game Three: Vikings - 2, Don Bosco HS - Toronto (19th seed) - 0 (25-7, 25-8)
Game Four: Jacob Hespeler SS - Cambridge (9th seed) - 2, Vikings - 0 (25-16, 25-13)
Consolation Quarter Finals: Nelson HS - 2, Vikings - 1 (14-25,25-22,15-13) - Vikings eliminated

Click on either championship logo for a link to the website

Mar 9 - Make that a division II hockey sweep for the St Benedict Bears, the boys defeating the defending champion Bishop Carter Golden Gators, in overtime earlier this evening at the Capreol Arena. The Bears led the Gators 6-3 after two periods of play, but the never-say-die Gators climbed back in with four third period goals to force overtime. Neil Cameron scored with 1:57 remaining in the first overtime period to lift the Bears to the championship banner. Jalmari Laurila and Patrick Pilon scored twice apiece to lead the Bears attack, while Robert Dubois scored four consecutive times in a losing effort for the Gators.

Click here for a team pic

Mar 8 - The grapplers return ...

A delegation of wrestlers representing Sudbury at the OFSAA wrestling championships in Brampton, hosted Thursday and Friday, managed some impressive results on the provincial stage.

Spencer Burton of Chelmsford VDCS collected a silver medal in the 72kg weight class, while Mercedes Byrnes of Champlain, hauled in a bronze medal in the 72kg weight class of the girls' draw.

Click here for a full summary of results (adobe acrobat file - Sudbury results highlighted)

Mar 8 - Gators 7, St Benedict - 4. The Bishop Carter Golden Gators stave off elimination in game three of their senior boys hockey championship best of five game series against St Benedict at the Chelmsford Arena Sunday night. The result forces game four, scheduled for Monday night, 8:30pm @ the Capreol Arena. Game five, if needed, is slated for Tuesday night, 8pm @ the Countryside Arena.

Mar 6 - Lancers Win! Thanks to a 4-2 victory over New Sudbury nemesis St Charles, Lasalle won their fourth consecutive boys hockey division I banner earlier this evening, taking the Cardinals three games straight. Taylor Coulliard led the Lancer attack with a pair, including one short-handed, while singles were added by Kevin Keyes and Josh Graham. Nic Micelotta and Casey Reilly replied for the Cards. Both teams will advance to the NOSSA championships beginning Tuesday, with Lasalle in North Bay for "AAA" and St Charles in the Soo for "A"/"AA".

In division II play earlier this evening, the St Benedict Bears took a 2-0 stranglehold on their best of five championship final series against Bishop Carter, blanking them 4-0 after needing double overtime in game one. Four different Bears scored including Devin Weber, Justin Bedard, Neil Cameron and Dustin Pollock. Game three of this seris goes Sunday night, 7pm @ Chelmsford Arena.

The senior boys hockey league honoured its outstanding individual performers at a brief ceremony hosted tonight. Click here for a summary of award winners.

Mar 5 - SDSSAA sent a delegation of over thirty student-athletes down to Etobicoke for OFSAA Swimming yesterday and today, with many of these swimmers advancing to finals and managing personal best results among the best swimmers in the province.

Click on the logo for the championship website

Click here for a full slate of results from day one (adobe acrobat file) - local athletes/schools are highlighted
Click here for day two results (adobe acrobat file)

"Scene" here - Lo-Ellen tender Keaton Basso turns aside a Bishop Carter shot ...

Mar 4 - What a way to open a series ... the Lasalle Lancers nipped the St Charles Cardinals 4-3 in double overtime to take a 1-0 lead in the division I boys championship final best of five series last night at the Countryside Arena. Alex Hartle did the honours for the Lancers with 13:32 remaining in the second period of OT. Teams are back at it today at Countryside (3pm start), then move to Carmichael for games three and four (7pm, Carmichael and 6:30pm Carmichael, if necessary). Meanwhile, in division II play, St Benedict and Bishop Carter swept their respective division II semi final series against Lo-Ellen (3-0) and Chelmsford (7-0) to advance to their own championship final best of five series which will open Thursday, 6pm @ Capreol Arena. Game two of this series goes Friday, 9pm @ Carmichael, with game three Sunday, 9pm @ Chelmsford (could move to a 7pm start if game five of the div I series between Lasalle and St Charles is not needed). And, still on the hockey update trail, Marymount drew first blood in its girls division II best of three championship final series against St Benedict, nipping the Bears 5-4 at Carmichael Arena yesterday. Game two goes today at Dr. Edgar Leclair Arena in Azilda. The Regals are seeking their second consecutive division II title and their third in five years.

Mar 1 - That's a wrap! A quick summary of NOSSA championship results from this weekend may be found below. Where available, the event is linked to a published article or results summary. Links and more results will be added as they become available:

Age Category
Site
Girls Volleyball
Site
Boys Basketball
Open "B" (click for Soo Star Story)
Soo
Riviere-des-Francais (2-1 in final over host Notre-Dame-des-Grands-Lacs)
Wasse-Abin
To be hosted Mar 3
Junior "A"
Confederation
Marymount 2-0 over Champlain in final - click here for SudburySports.com story
St Benedict
Bishop A. Carter (click for pic) defeated St Ben's 55-53 in the final
Senior "A"
Confederation
Confederation 2-0 over Horizon in final - click here for SudburySports.com story
St Benedict
Central Algoma (57-44 over Algonquin in final)
Junior "AA"
Desbarats
no results yet
Chippewa
St Mary's of the Soo over Notre-Dame 62-32 in the final (click here for BayToday.ca story)
Senior "AA"
Elliot Lake
Sir James Dunn wins final over Chippewa of North Bay
Chippewa
St Basil over Widdifield of North Bay 59-45 in the final (click here for BayToday.ca story)
Junior "AAA"
White Pines
Widdifield 2-0 over Lo-Ellen in final
St Basil
St Basil 49-34 over Lasalle in final (click here for SooToday.com story)
Senior "AAA"
White Pines
Widdifield 2-1 over Lockerby in final
Bawating
Bawating 46-34 over St Mary's in final (click here for SooToday.com story)
Midget "A"
n/a
n/a
Elliot Lake
St Benedict (click for pic) defeated Elliot Lake SS 38-27 in the final
Midget "AA"/"AAA"
n/a
n/a
Lasalle
Lasalle over Lockerby 27-22 in the final (click here for a results summary)

Feb 26 (Midland) - Lo-Ellen's Alannah MacLean pulls off a fourth place finish in the junior girls 4k race hosted at OFSAA Nordic Skiing today. Other SDSSAA top performers were Victor Hopper of Lively DSS, finishing an amazing second in the junior boys 6k, Marli Clement of St Benedict CSS, finishing 42nd in the girls 6k and John Colwell of Lively, managing a 20th place finish in the senior boys 8k. Close to 50 student-athletes participated. In team competition, Lively DSS finished 8th in junior boys (18 teams), Lo-Ellen was 13th in junior girls (17 teams), Lo-Ellen was 18th in senior boys (19 teams) and 12th in senior girls (17 teams).

Click the logo for the championship website

Feb 26 - A new pair of city champions were crowned yesterday in boys and girls curling. At the city championship bonspeil that was hosted at the Sudbury Curling Club yesterday, St Benedict girls capped off a near perfect regular season with a near perfect playoff performance, Marymount 9-2 in the semis, and Notre-Dame "B" 12-2 in the finals.

The Bears boys collected top honours as well, defeating Confederation 9-7 in the semi finals, and Lockerby 7-3 in the championship final to haul in the hardware.

Both teams advance to the city finals Mar 10-11 at the Sudbury Club, as do Lockerby boys and Notre-Dame "B" girls as city finalists.

Click here to read SudburySports.com coverage of the final

Feb 24 - A delegation of Sudbury alpine skiers are toiling away at the OFSAA Alpine Ski Championships going on Feb 24 and 25 at Blue Mountain in Collingwood.

Here are the top local performers:
Brandon Kirkwood (St Charles) - 12th, Level I boys slalom (135 skiers)
Emily Fraser (Lockerby) - 22nd, Level I girls giant slalom (89 skiers), 13th, Level I girls slalom (118 skiers)
Mathieu Robinson (Notre-Dame) - 31st, Level II boys slalom (116 skiers)

Click anywhere on the championship logo to access the event website

Feb 24 - An update is provided in the boys senior hockey standings. Looks like the final standings in division II will go down to the final game slated for Feb 24th between St Benedict and Lively ...

Click here for an update

Feb 21 - A whole new slew of city champions were crowned on Friday and Saturday, as SDSSAA championships were contested in boys basketball and girls volleyball. Here's a wrap of the finals:

Girls Volleyball -
Midget: Notre-Dame def. Lockerby
Junior Div II: Macdonald Cartier - 3, Sacré-Coeur - 0
Senior Div II: Horizon - 3, Lively - 0
Junior Div I: Marymount - 3, Lo-Ellen - 0
Senior Div I: Confederation - 3, Lockerby - 1

Boys Basketball:
Midget: Lasalle - 36, Lockerby - 35
Junior Div II: Bishop Carter - 56, L'Horizon - 35
Senior Div II: Macdonald Carter - 61, Champlain - 53
Junior Div I: Lasalle - 51, Lockerby - 35
Senior Div I: Notre-Dame - 46, Lo-Ellen - 42

Click for pics where link is available in the above

Sorting out the NOSSA representatives, the result looks something like this:

  • BOYS BASKETBALL
    Midget “A” (North Shore), Feb 28 – St Benedict
    Midget “AA”/”AAA” (Lasalle), Feb 28 – Lasalle and Lockerby
    Junior “A” (St Benedict), Feb 27-28 – Bishop Carter (first seed), St Benedict (second seed)
    Senior “A” (St Benedict), Feb 28-28 – Macdonald Cartier (first seed), St Benedict (second seed)
    Junior “AA” (Widdifield), Feb 27-28 – Notre-Dame
    Senior “AA” (Widdifield), Feb 27-28 – Notre-Dame
    Junior “AAA” (Korah), Feb 27-28 – Lasalle
    Senior “AAA” (Korah), Feb 27-28 – Lasalle

    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
    Open "B" (Notre-Dame-des-Grands-Lacs), Feb 27 - Riviere-des-Francais
    Junior "A" (Confederation), Feb 27 - Marymount (first seed), Champlain (second seed)
    Senior "A" (Confederation), Feb 27 – Confederation (1st seed), L'Horizon (second seed)
    Junior "AA" (Central Algoma), Feb 27-28 - St Charles
    Senior "AA" (Elliot Lake), Feb 27-28 - St Charles
    Junior "AAA" (Sir James Dunn), Feb 28 - Lo-ellen
    Senior "AAA" (Sir James Dunn), Feb 28 - Lockerby

Click here for NOSSA Schedules (new info added to file as it becomes available)

Feb 17 - UPDATE! Lockerby hauls in its 13th consecutive aggregate swimming title, while Marymount Academy collected the "A" school overall aggregate banner.

Swimmers take your marks ..
The SDSSAA Swim Championships were contested today at the Laurentian Gold Pool.

Click here for a complete results summary (adobe acrobat file)

Feb 17 (North Bay) - A tip of the cap to the Knights and the Hawks for capturing team honours at SDSSAA and NOSSA Nordic Skiing hosted in North Bay on Tuesday. The Knights hauled in top honours in SDSSAA and NOSSA girls team competition, while the Hawks were the SDSSAA boys' team champs. Qualifiers now advance to the OFSAA championships being hosted in Midland February 26th and 27th.

Click here for result highlights

Feb 13 - Sudbury broke a three year drought at this year's event, hauling in two team championships including Girls and Boys Level I, both won by Lockerby Composite School.

The top team in each level, along with the top individual skier not already part of a first place team, now qualify for OFSAA, hosted at Blue Mountain on February 23rd. Lasalle's Gillian Scott won a bronze medal in the slalom event at this competition last year.

Click here for a complete set of results (adobe acrobat file)

Feb 12 - The Ron Preston Memorial Wrestling City Championships were contested yesterday at Lockerby Composite School. The Boys team from Lockerby hauled in the aggregate team title, while the Sudbury Secondary North Stars hauled in the girls' team title. Selected grapplers will now advance to the NOSSA championships being hosted in Desbarats on February 20.

Click here for a summary of results

Feb 11 - Due to weather conditions, the SDSSAA Nordic Ski championship that was scheduled to be hosted later today at Windy Lake, has been called off.

To avoid conflicts with other events going on this week, organizers plan to advance all registered skiers to the NOSSA championship being hosted in North Bay on Feb 17th in a combined SDSSAA/NOSSA event.

Feb 10 - SNOW DAY #3 - According to SDSSAA rules, whenever school buses are pulled off the road, all SDSSAA games are called off. Accordingly, all games scheduled for today will be postponed and rescheduled in the not-too-distant future.

Feb 7 - With the second half of the boys hockey regular season underway, it's time to re-introduce the results tracker - a table that tracks first and second half results to arrive at an overall table of standings. Points collected from the first half of the schedule carry forward, requiring this process. Bookmark this link to check back regularly for updates ...

Click here for an updated list of boys hockey standings

Feb 6 - More Alpine News ...
SDSSAA crowned a new pair of city champions earlier today at the alpine ski championships hosted at Adanac Ski Hill. Lo-Ellen Park captured its first boys team title since 1998, and Marymount collected its second girls title in three years. Overall, the Knights emerged victorious for the second time in five years. Selected participants will compete in the NOSSA Alpine Ski Championships, to be hosted February 13th at Adanac.

Click here for a complete set of results, including team, top five individual and overall individual (adobe acrobat file)

Feb 3 - Alpine Ski Update ...
A total of 110 skiers representing eleven different area high schools are signed up and raring to go for Friday's SDSSAA Alpine Ski Championships at Adanac Ski Hill. Races are expected to get underway at 9:30am and continue until 2:30pm.

Click here for a start list (adobe acrobat file)

"Scene" here - An unidentified male skier stretches for the big finish (click for larger image)
Click here for additional pic

Jan 29 - Close to one hundred alpine skiers representing ten different Sudbury high schools graced the slopes earlier today at Adanac Ski Hill for the SDSSAA Alpine Ski Preliminaries.

The competition serves as a tune-up for next week's city championships, also hosted at Adanac, to take place Friday, February 6th. The boys' team from Lockerby and the girls' team from St Benedict are the defending city champions in this sport.

Click here for a complete summary of individual results (adobe acrobat file)


Jan 5 - Happy New Year! Welcome back! SDSSAA games continue this week with a vengeance ... a total of 157 games are slated in the two weeks prior to the first semester exam break.

Dec 15 - SNOW DAY #2! According to SDSSAA rules, whenever school buses are pulled off the road, all SDSSAA games are postponed to a future date. Accordingly, all games scheduled for today will be postponed and rescheduled in the not-too-distant future.

Dec 11 - If there was a tag line for this year's SDSSAAA Senior Girls Basketball All-Star Game hosted earlier this evening at Lockerby Composite School, it would have to be: "good time had by all". In a spirited and fast-paced game that gave spectators plenty to cheer about, Team Poirier, coached by Lo-Ellen Park's Yves Poirier, dispensed with Team Green, coached by Lockerby's Sean Green and Mike Sheridan, by a final score of 82-73. Leading by six at the half, the halftime three point show spelled the beginning of the end for Team Green, with Team Poirier putting on a clinic sinking thirty-four treys to Team Green's twenty-one, in a span of three minutes (each three pointer counted for one point in the final score). The Team Poirier attack was led by Lockerby's Erin Simpson with 14 and Sacre-Coeur's Chantal McMahon with 11, while Team Green's top scorers were Lockerby's Tiye Traore with 16 and Lasalle's Katie Andrighetti with 7.

Click here for the game scoresheet - Click here for a team picture

Dec 10 - Convener Bill Gordon announces the new date of the senior girls basketball all-star game. The game will now take place on Thursday, December 11th at Lockerby Composite School, with a tip-off time of 7:30pm. The change was necessary due to the snow day on December 1st which was the original date of the game.

Dec 1 - SNOW DAY! According to SDSSAA rules, whenever school buses are pulled off the road, all SDSSAA games are postponed to a future date. Accordingly, all games scheduled for today, including the senior girls all-star game which was scheduled for this evening, will be rescheduled in the not-too-distant future. Similarly, the fall sport post season meetings in girls flag football and boys volleyball that were scheduled for this evening, will be moved to Tuesday, December 2nd, 7pm @ Lasalle.

Nov 19 - Time to fire up the 'ol OFSAA tracker again, following the exploits of three SDSSAA hopefuls at their respective OFSAA championships (click on logo for link to championship web site).

OFSAA Boys "A" Volleyball - Nov 21-22 @ Kenora
Representative: ESC l'Horizon Aigles (seeded 14th)
Game One: Fri, 9am - Aigles - 2, Action DHS (seeded 3rd) -1 (18-25, 26-24, 15-11)
Game Two: Fri, 1:30pm - Harrow DHS (seeded 8th) - 2, Aigles - 0 (25-23, 25-21)
Game Three: Fri, 6pm - Notre-Dame (seeded 9th) - 2, Aigles - 0 (24-26, 14-25)
Aigles eliminated from contention (finish 1-2)

OFSAA Boys "AAA" Volleyball - Nov 21-22 @ Kingston
Representative: Lo-Ellen Park SS Knights (seeded 7th)
Game One: Fri, 10:30am - Sandwich (seeded 13th) - 2, Knights - 1 (17-25, 25-15, 9-15)
Game Two: Fri, 1:30pm - Knights - 2, St Mary's (seeded 10th) - 1 (25-21, 23-25, 15-12)
Game Three: Fri, 4:30pm - Upper Canada College (seeded 4th) - 2, Knights - 0 (25-23, 25-22)
Game Four: Sat, 9:15am - Knights - 2, Kingston Collegiate (seeded 17th) - 0 (25-17, 25-19)
Game Five: Sat, 11am - Knights - 2, Donald A. Wilson - 0 (25-18, 25-11 - consolation quarter final)
Game Six: Sat, 2pm - Knights - 2, Dr. G. W. Williams - 1 (21-25, 25-19, 15-13, consolation semi finals)
Game Seven: Sat, 5:30pm - Knights - 2, Sir Oliver Mowat - 0 (29-27, 25-23 - Consolation Final!)

OFSAA Girls "AAA" Basketball - Nov 20-22 @ St Catharines
Representative: Lockerby CS Vikings (unseeded)
Game One: Thu, 12pm - Governor Simcoe (#1 seed) - 48, Vikings - 18
Game Two: Thu, 6pm - East Elgin (#6 seed) - 52, Vikings - 24
Game Three: Fri, noon - Vikings - 52, Donald A. Wilson - 28 (consolation quarter final)
Game Four: Fri, 8pm - York Memorial - 57, Vikings - 43 (consolation semi final)

Vikings eliminated from contention (finish 1-3)

Nov 16 (North Bay) - OFSAA bound! Lockerby Composite School defeated St. Joseph's Scollard Hall 32-30 in the Senior Girls Basketball AAA NOSSA final on Saturday evening. Top scorers of the game were Tiye Traore with 13 pts and Alyssa Favero 7 pts. The Vikings beat Scollard in the first game 34-31 and West Ferris 46-24 in the second game. The title, the first in "AAA" senior competition since records began back in 1957, qualifies the Vikings for the OFSAA championships, slated for Nov 19-22 in St Catharines.

OFSAA bound! The senior boys from L'Horizon will represent NOSSA at the OFSAA Boys "A" Volleyball championships hosted in Kenora Nov 21-22.

OFSAA bound! The senior boys from Lo-Ellen Park SS will represent NOSSA at the OFSAA Boys "AAA" Volleyball championships hosed in Kingston Nov 21-22.

The senior girls from L'Horizon face heartbreak in a stinging 35-28 loss to Elliot Lake SS in the NOSSA Girls "A" Basketball championship final. Click here for the SudburySports.com story.

More NOSSA results to be uploaded when made available.

Nov 11 - Veteran convener Bill Gordon announces the date of this year's senior girls basketball all-star game. Always a highly anticipated end to the girls' season, this year's game will be hosted on Monday, December 1st, and will take place at Lasalle Secondary School beginning at 7pm. Further details will follow.

Nov 11 - The 29th Annual Lively District Hockey Invitational schedule is released. This year's event features eleven teams, with action beginning Friday morning and continuing throughout the weekend until the finals on Sunday afternoon at 3pm.

Click here for a schedule (adobe acrobat file)

Nov 11 - A new champion was crowned this weekend at the Bill Nickason Memorial 5-Pin Bowling Championship, hosted at Valley Bowl in Chelmsford. Consisting of Mathieu Butler, Cloey Ilnitski, Janelle Lefebvre, Matthieu Levesque, Justin Philion and Kara Treling, Collège Notre-Dame knocked off four-time champs Esc Champlain to claim top honours.

Click for pics: CND 1st Overall - Champlain 2nd Place - ES du Sacré-Coeur 3rd Place - Justin Philion (CND) 1st Overall and Hi5 Winner - Brittany Behenna (SCC) 1st Overall - Sarah Goedhuis (SSS) Hi5 Winner

Click here for results (adobe acrobat file)

Nov 10 - What a championship weekend! Here's a brief summary of results (click for link for pic where provided):
Basketball - Div II
Junior Final - Macdonald Cartier - 33, Champlain - 22
Senior Final - L'Horizon - 29, Sacré-Coeur - 21
Basketball - Div I
Midget Final - Notre-Dame - 32, Lockerby - 20
Junior Final - Lo-Ellen - 36, Lockerby - 28
Senior Final - Lockerby - 46, Lasalle - 41
Football - NOSSA Semi Final:
Widdifield - 11, Lo-Ellen Park - 8
Volleyball -
Junior Div B - Sacré-Coeur - 3, Confederation - 0
Senior Div B - Confederation - 3, Sacré-Coeur - 2
Junior Div A - Notre-Dame - 3, Lockerby - 2
Senior Div A - Lo-Ellen Park - 3, Lockerby - 2

Teams qualifying for NOSSA this weekend are as follows:
Basketball -
Junior A (Fri-Sat @ Bishop Carter) - Macdonald Cartier (1st seed), Champlain (2nd seed)
Senior A (Fri-Sat @ Bishop Carter) - L'Horizon (1st seed), Sacré-Coeur (2nd seed)
Junior and Senior AA (Fri-Sat @ Espanola) - Lo-Ellen Park
Junior and Senior AAA (Fri-Sat @ St Joseph/Scollard Hall) - Lockerby
Volleyball -
Junior A (Sat @ Central Algoma SS) - winner of Tuesday challenge match: Sacré-Coeur @ Champlain (5pm)
Senior A (Sat @ Central Algoma SS) - winner of Tuesday challenge match: Confederation vs L'Horizon @ Confed (5pm)
Junior and Senior AA (Sat @ Lo-Ellen) - Notre-Dame (1st seed), St Charles (2nd seed junior only)
Junior AAA (Fri @ Chippewa) - Lockerby
Senior AAA (Fri @ Chippewa) - Lo-Ellen (1st seed), Lockerby (2nd seed)

Click here for schedules (will be updated as info allows) - adobe acrobat file

Nov 9 - SDSSAA releases its winter sport master schedule. The schedule features some fifteen pages of winter sport games from the beginning of the hockey exhibition schedule to the March break.

Click here for a copy (adobe acrobat file)

Nov 2 - NOSSA champion Kyla Pettrigrew of Lo-Ellen Park SS managed a seventh place performance in the junior girls division, competing at the OFSAA XC Running championships hosted in Sarnia on Saturday. The Knights juniors, also including Alannah MacLean, Sarah Pagnutti, Hannah Petingola and Michelle Hick, managed a 13th place team finish overall, in a field of 35 teams for a total of 229 runners. SDSSAA's other NOSSA cross country champion, Ross Proudfoot, also of Lo-Ellen, managed a 12th place finish in senior boys competition, amongst a total of 240 runners.

Click here for a complete set of results

Oct 31 - Always a great start to the season, the SDSSAA girls' hockey East/West Classic was hosted at Garson Arena, with a total of twelve teams participating. For the first time in the five year history of the event, the West emerged victorious, scoring a combined total of 30 goals, versus the East's 22. West participants included Lively, Chelmsford, St Charles, Lockerby, St Benedict and Lasalle, while the East was represented by Notre-Dame, Confederation, Bishop Carter, Marymount, Macdonald Cartier and L'Horizon. Teams participate in a series of mini games from which scores are totalled to arrive at an overall result. Teams use the event to determine a competitive division of play for the season. Girls Hockey season opens Mon, Nov 10th.

Oct 24 - Lo-Ellen Park managed a second place finish overall at today's NOSSA Cross Country Championship, including a first and second place finish in the junior girls' division (Kyla Pettigrew and Allanah MacLean, respectively) and a first place finish in the senior boys' division (Ross Proudfoot).

Other top five finishers from SDSSAA schools were as follows:
Midget Girls - 5th place - Christine Laplante (Champlain)
Senior Girls - 4th Place - Katie Wismer (Lockerby)
Midget Boys - 2nd place - Ian Bailey (Lasalle)
Midget Boys - 3rd place - Hayden Kosmerly (Lockerby)
Midget Boys - 5th place - Dominic Girard (L'Horizon)
Junior Boys - 4th place - Sebastien Diebel (St Benedict)
Senior Boys - 2nd place - Chantry Cargill (Lockerby)

A total of 418 runners from 18 different schools from all across Northern Ontario participated in the one day event.

The top two teams in each age category qualify for OFSAA next Saturday in Sarnia, as do the top three runners in each age category who are not part of a team.

Click here for a summary of individual results - Click here for team results

Oct 17 - The SDSSAA Cross Country Running championships were contested yesterday at the Laurentian trails. A total of 215 runners representing sixteen area high schools participated. Lo-Ellen and Lockerby split girls and boys overall aggregate banners respectively, while Marymount and St Benedict split the girls and boys "A" schools aggregate banners respectively.

Click here for a full slate of results (adobe acrobat file)

Oct 10 - The Marymount Regals hauled down first place honours at the Manitoulin Invitational Cross Country Running Championship hosted earlier today on the Island. The Regals were second overall in girls team points behind host Manitoulin SS.

Click here for a complete set of results (adobe acrobat file)

Oct 8 - Conditions were near perfect for cross country runners participating at the SDSSAA cross country relay championships hosted at the Laurentian trails yesterday, with Lo-Ellen claiming the overall aggregate title.

Click here for a summary of results (adobe acrobat file)

Oct 7 - Selected members of St Charles College physical education program got to try a new activity last week as part of the OFSAA "Try-Day" Program.

Click here for the full story.

Oct 7 - NOSSA gold! After recording a 77 and finishing in a three-way tie for first with teammate Andre-Michel Carriere and West Ferris' Sam Barber, Champlain's Corey Vaillancourt won after an extra hole to grab the gold medal at the NOSSA golf championship hosted in Blind River last Friday. West Ferris managed the boys' overall team title while Sudbury took top district honours in girls' competition.

Click here for a hole-by-hole slate of results (adobe acrobat file)

Oct 3 - Results from the third cross country preliminary meet this season, hosted yesterday at the Windy Lake trails, are now in the books. A total of 151 runners representing fifteen area high schools participated. Next on the schedule is the cross country relay championships, slated for Tuesday, October 7th at the Laurentian University trails.

Click here for a complete slate of results (adobe acrobat file)

Sep 30 - Another thrilling finish! Champlain manages its second boys' team championship in a row, nipping the team they defeated in a tie breaker last year, Lasalle, by one stroke. In girls' action, Lively's Christie Sitko led her school to a team championship and made it three in a row individually, scoring a best-ever 76 in the process. Selected golfers now advance to the NOSSA championships, being host at Huron Pines Golf Course in Blind River on Friday, Oct 3rd.

Click here for a complete set of results (adobe acrobat file)

Sep 25 - Under near perfect conditions, the SDSSAA golf championships are contested at Cedar Green Golf Club. Champlain boys and Lockerby girls are the defending champions at this year's event. Results will be posted as soon as they are made available.

Click here for the golf championship records

Sep 24 - Kyla Pettigrew and Alannah MacLean of Lo-Ellen Park go one-two in the junior girls division of the Barons Cross Country Invitational Championship hosted at Esc Alqonguin in North Bay yesterday. The senior boys from Lo-Ellen took home top honours in team competition.

Click here for a complete set of results

Sep 17 - Prelim Meet #2 was hosted at the Naughton Trails, where 201 runners representing 16 area high schools participated.

Sep 10 - Results from the first cross country running preliminary meet of the 2008 season are now in the books. The first race was hosted at Lockerby and involved a total of 192 runners from 15 different area high schools.

Click here for prelim #1 results - Click here for prelim #2 results (adobe acrobat file)

Sep 4 - Veteran convener Kent Rendell completes the registration package in support of the SDSSAA golf championships, slated for Thursday, September 25th, at the Cedar Green Golf Course. The Champlain Requin boys will be out to defend their first ever boys team title, while the Lockerby Vikings girls will vy for their fourth championship in seven years at this year's event.

Click here for registration package (adobe acrobat file)
Click here for championship records

Aug 29 - The SDSSAA boys football sport committee releases its 2008 schedule. The season opens on Wed, Sept 11 and culminates with the championship final at Queen's on Monday, November 3rd. Sudbury will host the Sault Ste. Marie champion on Sat, Nov 8th for the NOSSA semi final, with the final hosted by the semi final winner on Sat, Nov 15th.

Click here for schedule (adobe acrobat file)

Aug 26 - SDSSAA handbook updates are now complete and can be accessed from this site (links below or from "Association Info" pull down menu above). Members can access those pages that contain new information from the "Updates Only" file, or a full version of the 2008/2009 Handbook from the "Full Version" file.

Click here for Updates only - Click here for the Full Version

Jun 23 - The St Charles College four-some of Brian Szwed, Steve Callaghan, Pete Stankiewicz and Mike Scott post a 10-under final score of 62 to win the Bill Roman Memorial Trophy at the SDSSAA male coaches' golf event hosted at Cedar Green and Timberwolf Golf Clubs. Among retirees, the four-some of Jim Young, Mike Vrebosch, Laurier Ducharme and Lorne Romanko went even par to win the Gabe Guzzo Memorial Trophy, while Lockerby's four-some of Chris Graham, Ian Gray, Paul Hatzis and H. Laalko posted a final score of 12 over to win the Mike O'Reilly award for the highest overall score. A total of 160 golfers participated in the one-day event.

Click here for a full summary of results

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