Spring Athletics Roundup - May 4

Tihmily Li, Communications Officer
Greenwood Grizzlies brave a cold start to the spring season. Here’s the latest results from Greenwood athletics:

  • April 27: Students had a fun first tournament despite the chilly weather. 

Mountain Biking
Senior Level (Grade 11 and 12)
  • April 28: Curtis Borthwick ‘23 placed 2nd and Carson Davis ‘23 placed third. 
Junior Level (Grade 10)
  • April 28: Matt McLaughlin ‘24 placed 3rd.

Jr. Boys 7s
  • May 2: Won 15-0 against Lakefield College School
  • May 2:  Lost 12-0 to St. Michael’s College School
  • May 2: Won 24-0 against Hillfield Strathallan College
Jr. Boys 7s B
  • May 2: Lost 20-12 to St. Michael’s College School
  • May 2: Lost 10-0 to Hillfield Strathallan College
  • May 2: Won 21-0 against Lakefield College School
Sr. Girls 7s
  • May 2: Won 10-5 against Bishop Strachan School
  • May 2: Won 24-5 against Trinity College School
  • May 2: Won 10-5 against  Holy Trinity School

Sr. Girls
  • April 27: Lost 4-2 to Lakefield College School
  • April 27 Lost 8- 4 to St. Clement’s School

Track and Field
Sr. Co-ed
  • April 13: This was Greenwood’s first track meet in two years! Frankie Kerr ‘23 finished 2nd in the Sr. Girls 800m. 
  • May 3:  Despite a cold and rainy track event, Frankie Kerr ‘23 finished 3rd (out of 25) in the Sr. Girls 1500m and Curtis Borthwick ‘23 finished 9th (out of 36) in the Sr. Boys 1500m.

Ultimate Frisbee
Coed U14E
  • April 27: Lost 7-6 to Havergal College
  • April 27: Lost 4-3 to Montcrest School
Coed U14W:
  • April 27: Lost 11-6 to Kingsway College School
Coed Jr:
  • April 27: Won 9-3 against Bayview Glen
  • April 27: Lost 6-1 to Havergal-Crescent School
Coed DI:
  • April 25: Won 14-9 against Branksome-Royal St. George’s College
  • April 27: Won 9-0 against Trinity College School
  • April 27: Lost 6-3 to Havergal-Crescent School
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