SCS’s Hockey Team took to the ice yesterday at De La Salle College’s first-ever Brother Arthur Memorial Girls Hockey Tournament. Held at DLS’s Oaklands Campus, SCS was one of six teams to participate in the inaugural competition where they found themselves playing in the first game against the hosts before the sun had even edged above the horizon,
According to Squash Canada (www.squash.ca), squash is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, played in 188 countries and territories. If you ever need to find a squash court for a quick game,
After just missing out on a spot in the final four during the regular season, the Senior Soccer team lost in the consolation finals at the CAIS tournament held at The Country Day School.
We shared an exciting athletics announcement in this morning’s assembly! Two of our grads will continue to develop their strong sports skills at university next year.
Daphne has been skiing almost as long as she’s been walking. On the slopes from the age of 2, she started racing when she was 7. Her first season with the SCS Alpine Ski Team this year was a successful one – the highlight for Daphne being the team’s performance at OFSAA,
As a pitcher on the SCS Senior Softball Team, Erika W. ’17 (pictured bottom row, far right) knows there is no greater feeling than a three up, three down inning;
Safia A. ’23 first decided to try out for the SCS Track and Field Team in Grade 4, after a successful stint on the Cross Country Team ignited a love of running.
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.