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Girls Field Hockey Play Offs Start Thursday October 12

Bluevale and Southwood finished the regular season undefeated. The game between them ended in a tie so Bluevale took the number 1 seed based on their lower goals against during the season. The quarter finals are Thursday October 12 at Woodside Park in Kitchener. The match ups are CHCI vs BCI, FHCI vs SSS, EDSS […]

Standings Now Posted

The standings for all sports are now posted. As they are received from the convenors they will be updated.

Fall Schedules

All schedules for fall sports are now posted in print format. During the next few days the web versions of the schedules will be available.

OFSSA Success a great way to end the season

With the end of the school year almost here, high school sports are drawing to a close for the year, and OFSAA championships are wrapping up. The WCI Vikings boys’ rugby team made it all the way to the OFSAA quarterfinals the other week where they, unfortunately, lost 10-3. The 2016 WCSSAA soccer champions, the […]

Grand River CI hockey legend retires on a high note with WCSSAA titles and OFSAA qualifications

It’s been another amazing year for Grand River legend Brian Millar after coaching yet another OFSAA qualifying boys’ hockey team and a final WCSSAA champions girls’ soccer team in his final year before retirement. Having taught and coached at Grand River for 34 years, Mr Millar is also the school’s athletic director. He has now […]

Raiders defend WCSSAA rugby title, talk coaches, and say goodbye after final high school season

The KCI girls’ rugby team have had another amazing season. After becoming WCSSAA champs and OFSAA qualifiers last year, they took home the WCSSAA title against this year after defeating Waterloo-Oxford 29-5 in the finals. The Raiders lost a few of their best players last year, including Adrienne Bowra and Leah McBain, who returned to […]

Head Coach leaves football program after 20 years

Preston is losing two incredible football coaches this year. Earlier this year, Jim Crone, the coach of the senior boys’ football team retired. Now at the end of June, John Skovsgaard will finish coaching his final season before retiring as well. Mr Skovsgaard has been teaching at Preston High School since 1993. He has been […]

Huron Heights Teacher Coaches Final Season

After a fantastic end to a final season, the Huron Heights head volleyball coach, Don Bieronski, will be retiring at the end of the current school year after 26 years of teaching and coaching at the high school level. Before teaching and coaching high school students, he coached all-star baseball for the City of Kitchener […]

Records Broken & Stakes Raised at WCSSAA Track Meet

WCSSAA track and field was this past week on Wednesday and Thursday at Jacob Hespeler Secondary School. Starting out with field events, the midget girls’ high jump competition came close to breaking a record on Wednesday after the 2016 WCSSAA champion Karley Breen (WCI) cleared 1.51m but just missed the current WCSSAA record of 154. […]

Preston Football Legend Leaves Behind Program Legacy

The end of the school year is just weeks away, and the spring sports season is heading into WCSSAA playoffs. Summer is coming and with it, unfortunately, saying goodbye to some incredible coaches who will be leaving, or have already left, for their retirement. The Preston Panthers will lose two incredible coaches this year, both […]

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