Tag: OFSAA

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 […]

Waterloo Region Athletes Successful at OFSAA

Waterloo Region students had great results competing at OFSAA, taking on teams from across the province, earning their places in medal qualifying games and reaching the podium. SJAM senior boys’ basketball won their first three games in Windsor, finishing at 69-64 versus Sir Allan McNab, 64-44 against London Beal, and 59-57 against Vaughn. They lost […]

OFSAA Week in Full Swing

It’s going to be a big week for high school sports as Waterloo Region schools head off to Windsor, North Bay and Stratford to compete for provincial titles at OFSAA. WCSSAA and CWOSSA champions the Grand River boys’ hockey team will advance to OFSAA this week. The Renegades have remained undefeated all season, including throughout […]

Waterloo Wrestlers Win Big in Windsor

Waterloo Region schools made an impressive stance at the 2016 OFSAA wrestling championships in Windsor, March 1st-2nd. Schools from all across Ontario arrived at the Windsor Family Credit Union Centre to compete for provincial titles. Local schools including Eastwood, Forest Heights, Kitchener CI, and most notably, Cameron Heights ranked in the top ten. From Eastwood […]

KCI Swimmer Going for Gold

Nick Pflug, a fifth year student and member of the KCI swim team, is no stranger to the all Ontario school sports championships known as OFSAA, having competed and placed in the top ten twice before. In 2014, Nick landed 4th place in the men’s age 15 and over 50m freestyle, and just last year […]