Spring Athletics Roundup - June 1

Tihmily Li, Communications Officer
Here are the latest results from Greenwood’s spring athletic season:

Badminton
Senior Level
  • May 25: Greenwood’s Senior Badminton team finished 9th among 19 competing schools in the final tournament. 
Mountain Biking
Senior Level (Grade 11 and 12)
  • May 18: Greenwood had an excellent showing at the LOSSA Championships. Curtis Borthwick ‘23 placed 2nd, Carson Davis ‘23 placed 5th, Charlie Baillie ‘22 placed 9th and Connor Pemberton ‘23 placed 10th. 
Junior Level (Grade 10)
  • May 18: At the LOSSA Championships, our Junior bikers had a great showing too. Carson Blackwell ‘24 placed 3rd and Matt McLaughlin ‘24 placed 6th.
Rugby
Coed U14 Touch Rugby Group A
  • May 25: Won 3-2 against Upper Canada College
Coed U14 Touch Rugby Group B
  • May 25: Won 7-3 against Upper Canada College
Jr. Boys 7s
  • May 18: Won 19-0 against Hillfield Strathallan College
  • May 18: Won 40-0 against Crestwood Preparatory College
  • May 25: Won the CISAA Championships 26-7 against St. Michael’s College School
Jr. Boys 7s B
  • May 18: Lost 22-0 to St. Michael’s College School
Sr. Girls 7s
The girls played a few exhibition games against teams from a higher league on May 18. While their opponents were tough, it was a great learning experience for the team!
  • May 18: Lost 20-5 to Trinity College School
  • May 18: Lost 30-15 to Havergal College
  • May 18: Tied 15-15 with Appleby College
Greenwood was seeded first overall in the D1B division going into the season championships  at Trinity College School. The team lost a close game 10-0 to eventual champions Lakefield College School in the quarter-final. Greenwood rebounded from this early disappointment with a convincing victory against Rosseau Lake before defeating Trinity College School 17-5 in the 3rd place game.

Sr. Boys 7s
  • May 18: Won 29-0 against Crestwood Preparatory College
  • May 18: Lost 27-16 to Ridley College
  • May 18: Lost 24-0 to St. Michael’s College School
  • May 25: Won 21-7 against Ridley College
  • May 25: Lost 21-0 to St. Michael’s College
Softball
Sr. Girls DII
  • May 2: Lost 13-3 to Bayview Glen
  • May 12: Lost 6-5 to St. Clement’s School
  • May 18: Lost 9-6 to Trinity College School
Tennis
Sr. Girls
  • May 16: Game cancelled against Bayview Glen due to weather
  • May 18: Lost 12-0 to Trinity College School
Track and Field
Sr. Co-ed
  • May 26: Frankie Kerr ‘23 placed 4th in the Sr. Girls’ 3000m at the Metro Regionals and qualified for OFSAA. 
Jr. Co-ed
  • May 25: Michele Horak ‘24 finished 3rd in the Jr. Girls’ 80m Hurdles at the Metro Regionals and qualified for OFSAA. 

U14 Co-ed
  • May 24 and 25: Devyn Lang '27 finished 1st in both the U14 Girls' 100m and 200m and 5th in the U14 Girls' Long Jump; Bella Kembar '27 finished 1st in the U14 Girls' Shot Put, 3rd in the U14 Girls' 1500m and 4th in the U14 Girls' 800m; Dylan Scott '27 finished 4th in both the U14 Boys' 100m and 200m; Jordan Mao '27 finished 4th in the U14 Boys' 400m

Ultimate Frisbee
Coed U14E
  • May 18: Lost 13-2 to De La Salle
Coed U14W:
  • May 26: Won 9-6 against Bayview Glen
  • May 26: Lost 11-8 to De La Salle  
Coed Jr:
  • May 18: Won 14-10 against Toronto French School
  • May 27: Won 7-3 against Toronto French School
  • May 27: Lost 6-4 to Havergal-Crescent
  • May 27: Won 6-4 against Toronto Montessori School
Coed DI:
Congratulations to the Senior Ultimate team for finishing 2nd at the CISAA Championships.
  • May 24: Won 15-13 against Bayview Glen in the CISAA semifinals
  • May 24: Lost 11-6 to Havergal-Crescent School in the CISAA Championship finals.
  • May 26: Tied for 11th place in OFSAA.
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  • Alison Randall
    Is there somewhere where the U14 Track and Field results can be found? My daughter was told that the final results would be sent to the school but still hasn't heard anything and no report has been made on any GCS channel (social media, here). Thanks.

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