Winter Athletics Roundup - December 21

Tihmily Li, Communications Officer
Here are the latest results from our Grizzlies.

Jr Boys’ Basketball DII
  • Dec 14: Lost 51-26 to Ridley College
Sr Boys’ Basketball DIB
  • Dec 12: Won 57-37 against Holy Trinity School
  • Dec 14: Won 61-40 against Villanova College
  • Dec 19: Lost 68-67 to Hillfield Strathallan College

Sr Boys’ Hockey NC DI
  • Dec 14: Lost 8-3 to Crescent School 
Sr Girls’ Hockey DIB
  • Dec 19: Won 7-4 against Branksome Hall

  • Dec 7: We had six students competing in the meet. For two of them, it was their first-ever swim meet! A few notable finishes: 
    • Nathan Barry ‘23: Top 5 in all his races (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 50 breaststroke)
    • Jack Loewen ‘24: First place in all his races (100 backstroke, 200 IM, 100 butterfly)
    • Burkleigh Smith ‘23: 2nd place in 50 and 100 breaststroke

U14 Girls’ Volleyball DI
  • Dec 13: Won 3-0 against St. Clement’s School
  • Dec 13: Won 2-1 against Toronto French School
U14 Girls’ Volleyball DII
  • Dec 8: Lost 3-0 to Crestwood Preparatory College
Jr Girls’ Volleyball DI
  • Dec 7: Won 2-0 against St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School
  • Dec 7: Won 2-0 against Holy Trinity School
  • Dec 12: Won 3-1 against St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School
  • Dec 19: Lost 3-2 to Hillfield Strathallan College
Jr Girls’ Volleyball DIII
  • Dec 7: Won 2-1 against Pickering College
  • Dec 7: Won 2-1 against Country Day School
  • Dec 13: Won 3-1 against Crestwood Preparatory College
Sr Girls’ Volleyball DII
  • Dec 7: Won 3-0 against Crestwood Preparatory College
  • Dec 14: Won 3-2 against Bayview Glen
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