Fall Athletics Roundup - November 8

Tihmily Li, Communications Officer
U14 Girls’ Basketball DII
  • Oct 24: Won 53-18 against Branksome Hall
  • Oct 26: Won 38-8 against Montcrest School
  • Oct 31: Won 33-20 against Villanova College
  • Nov 3: Won the CISAA Championships Semi-Final 42-24 against Kingsway College School
  • Nov 3: Won the CISAA Championships Final 35-18 against The York School
Jr Girls’ Basketball DII
  • Oct 30: Won 46-10 against Albert College
  • Nov 8: Won the CISAA Championships Semi-Final 50-31 against Albert College
  • Nov 8: Won the CISAA Championships Final 52-29 against Holy Trinity School
Sr Girls’ Basketball DII
  • Oct 18: Won 45-34 against Bayview Glen
  • Oct 25: Won 44-12 against St. Mildred’s Lightbourn
  • Nov 3: Lost 44-35 to Bayview Glen

Cross Country
U14 Coed Cross Country
  • Oct 30: At the CISAA Junior Cross Country Finals, here are the results from our U14 Cross Country:
    • Natalie Burkett ‘28 finished in 4th place and Rylie Gilchrist ‘28 finished in 5th place in the U14 Girls’ Race.
    • Bryce Purves Mitchell ‘29 finished in 64th place and Hudson Zwingenberger ‘29 finished in 15th in the U13 Boys’ Race.
    • Greenwood ranked as the 7th team overall in the U13 Girls’ Race.
    • Maya Dunn ‘29 finished in 57th place, Elsie Fefergrad ‘29 finished in 46th place, Raya Jinnah ‘29 finished in 58th place, Avni Kant ‘29 finished in 60th place, Leah Macdonald ‘29 finished in 10th place and Alexa Rouett finished in 30th place in the U13 Girls’ Race.
Sr Coed Cross Country
  • Oct 25: At the CISAA Championships, here are the results from our Senior Cross Country team:
    • Lauren Avery ‘27 placed 26th and Addie Minns ‘27 placed 29th in the Novice Women 4K run.  
    • Elle Macrae ‘26 competed in the Junior Women 4K run.
    • Claire Avery ‘25 placed 44th, Michele Horak ‘24 placed 39th and Sophie Lamb ‘25 placed 49th in the Senior Women 6K run.
    • Max Chapnik ‘26 placed 96th, Evan Edgell ‘24 placed 24th, Henry Farr ‘25 placed 95th and Sebastian Hawkins ‘25 placed 119th in the Senior Men 6K run.
    • Greenwood College School ranked as the 13th team in the Senior Men 6K run.

Flag Football
U14 Boys’ Flag Football
  • Oct 24: Won 27-6 against Ridley College
  • Oct 26: Won 26-6 against Crestwood Preparatory College
  • Oct 26: Won 26-14 against Crestwood Preparatory College

U14 Boys’ Soccer DII
  • Oct 19: Lost 2-1 to Crescent School
  • Oct 24: Tied 1-1 with The York School
U14 & U15 Girls’ Soccer DII
  • Oct 19: Won 9-0 against Country Day School
  • Oct 24: Won 8-0 against St. Clement’s School
  • Nov 3: Won the CISAA Championship Semi-Final 10-0 against Albert College
  • Nov 3: Won the CISAA Championship Final 9-0 against St Clement’s School
Jr Boys’ Soccer DII
  • Oct 25: Lost 5-1 to Lakefield College School
  • Oct 30: Lost 5-3 to Country Day School
Sr Boys’ Soccer DII
  • Oct 30: Won 3-2 against Bayview Glen
  • Nov 1: Lost 3-1 to Villanova College
Sr Girls’ Soccer DII
  • Oct 25: Won 7-0 against Pickering College
  • Nov 1: Lost 1-0 to Country Day School

U14 Boys’ Volleyball
  • Oct 30: Lost 3-1 to Sterling Hall School
Jr Boys’ Volleyball East
  • Oct 30: Lost 3-0 to Toronto Montessori School
Jr Boys’ Volleyball West
  • Oct 30: Lost 3-1 to The York School
Sr Boys’ Volleyball
  • Oct 30: Won 3-2 against Bayview Glen
  • Nov 1: Won 3-0 against Toronto French School
  • Nov 3: Lost 3-2 to Lakefield College School
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