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SCS Sports Fall Wrap-up


The Senior Soccer team travelled to Stanstead College in Quebec for the CAIS National Tournament in October. They finished the regular season in 5th place and went on to defeat 4th place Holy Trinity School before losing to Havergal College in the semifinals. Meanwhile, the U15 Soccer team finished the regular season in 2nd place and hosted Hillfield Strathallan College in the first round of the playoffs. After defeating HSC, they competed in the Final 4 at Country Day School where they played a challenging semi-final game against the hosts. The U12 Soccer team also had an excellent final tournament at Holy Trinity in October.


The Senior Basketball team were one basket short in the first round of the playoffs against De La Salle but are looking forward to travelling to the CAIS national tournament in New Brunswick later this month. The Junior Basketball team visited Country Day School to play in the first round of the playoffs where they also came up just short in a very close game. The U14 Basketball team won their first round playoff game against Hillfield Strathallan College before losing a difficult game against Branksome Hall in the next round of the playoffs. The U13 Basketball team had a great season and played their best game in the first round of the playoffs, but at Bishop Strachan School fell just short of moving on to the Final 4. The U12 Basketball team had an excellent final tournament at CDS where they won both of their games.


Field Hockey

The Senior Field Hockey team defeated Villanova College in the first round of the playoffs to earn a spot in the upcoming Final 4.

Cross Country

The Senior Cross Country team had an excellent season with Safia A. (’23) and Charlotte F. (’23) both qualifying for OFSAA from the Novice team and our Senior team winning CISAA at Trinity College School in Port Hope. The Senior team – with Charlotte from the Novice team – also went on to race in a very wet and snowy Sudbury on November 2. This Senior team (with a few changes over the years) has won the title of CISAA champions every year since Grade 9. The Junior Cross Country team saw Madison and Mikayla M. (both ’25) win 1st and 2nd in the U13 CISAA championship race and our U13 team finish 3rd overall.


In the pool, our Tad/U14/Junior and Senior Swim teams headed to the Markham Pan Am Centre, where they participated in the Bishop’s Cup, the championship meet. There the girls made their coaches proud with their effort and determination, displaying many improvements over the course of the season.


All of our teams were celebrated for their outstanding fall seasons at our annual Fall Athletic Celebration and Breakfast this morning. Congrats to all of our athletes!

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