It may be fall, but our SCS sports teams have been rising to success this season! Athletes from all grades were centre court for many sporting accomplishments this season, bolstered by our athletics program’s philosophy of encouraging participation and fostering ongoing skill development.
SCS really went the distance this season, both in terms of final results, and team skill improvement. Read on for a recap!
On the field
Field Hockey: The team enjoyed having former Olympian Kenny Pereira work with them again this season – they scored an enhanced understanding of the game!
U12 Soccer: The girls enjoyed the beautiful weather and a great day of soccer at the final tournament, ending their season on a sunny note.
U15 Soccer: Teamwork was at the forefront this fall, as the girls came together to challenge their opponents and represent SCS with pride.
Senior Soccer: Winners of CISAA gold against Havergal College!
In the pool
Tad/U14 Swimming: The girls dove right in, improving their swimming strokes over the course of the season.
Junior/Senior Swimming: No splashing around: SCS placed second overall at the Bishop’s Cup, and had many outstanding individual and relay finishes, including double gold for the Senior relay team!
On the course
Junior Cross Country: Incredible finishes by all team members, and the U13 and U14 teams placed first and third overall, respectively.
Senior Cross Country: The team raced to a fourth place finish overall, with Kailin Chu, Sarah Clements, and Anna Turner qualifying for OFSAA where they finished the season on a fast note.
On the court
Junior Basketball: Our Junior girls finished the regular season in second place, earning them a bye in the first round of playoffs. At the final four, they played in a difficult game and came up just short of a win.
U12 Basketball: The team closed out a season of exceptional skill improvement with a final tournament at Hillfield Strathallen College.
U14 Basketball: Following a great regular season, the team advanced to the playoffs where they fought hard but came up just short.
Senior Basketball: The girls went into the final four in second place, and came away as the silver medalists