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Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers got their fourth win of the season Tuesday, and the Marie-Rivier Dragons got their first in Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior boys volleyball play.
The Panthers improved to 4-0 win a straight-sets win over the Blazers at Bayridge, with middles Dan Niles and Nick Savoie delivering seven kills apiece for Regi.
Marie-Rivier, meanwhile, evened its record at 1-1 with a 3-1 home-court victory over the Napanee Golden Hawks.Read More >>
La Salle Black Knights stayed unbeaten Tuesday afternoon, and they did so by handing the Frontenac Falcons their first loss of the high school senior girls basketball season, 45-27, at La Salle.
The Knights, 3-0, had three double-digit scoring performances, led by Jamie Mumby, who scored 13 points. La Salle also got 12 points from Abbey Hetherington and 11 from Sophie Langlois.
Eiliegh McKenzie had 10 points for Frontenac.
In other Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior games Tuesday, the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers and Holy Cross Crusaders also remained undefeated, Regi posting a 52-11 home-court win over the Bayridge Blazers, and Holy Cross getting the best of the Loyalist Lancers at LC, 66-35.
Also, the Sydenham Golden Eagles improved to 2-1 with a 39-12 win over the Ernestown Eagles at Sydenham.Read More >>
The AAA champion football team in the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association will play in an OFSAA Bowl game in Hamilton Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 12:30 p.m., against the top AAA team from the South West Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association.
That conference comprises teams from Sarnia, Chatham and Windsor. Typically, W.F. Herman of Windsor is the strongest AAA football team from that region, and this year it has won both of its games by a combined score of 108-16.
After redistribution, there are only two triple-A schools in all of eastern Ontario, and they’re both in Kingston: Regiopolis Notre Dame and Holy Cross. Frontenac, a AAA school until this fall whose enrolment now falls with in the AA bracket, has opted to play up a level.Read More >>
A goal by Lilly Dixon was the only one of the game as the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers handed the Bayridge Blazers their first defeat of the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association field hockey season Monday.
Playing at Bayridge, the Panthers capitalized on just one of many scoring opportunities but they still managed to be one of three teams to improve to 5-0.
The others also did so by shutout, as the Kingston Blues blanked the Sydenham Golden Eagles 1-0 at Tindall Field, while at Caraco Field the Holy Cross Crusaders whipped the winless Loyalist Lancers 9-0.
Mary Frost scored the only goal of the game for KC, as Sydenham, after a 2-0 start, is now without a win in its last three games. Cam Champagne-Hartley posted the shutout.Read More >>
Rob Asselstine of St. Lawrence captured his first race of the college cross-country season at an invitational meet Saturday in Brockville.
Asselstine, third at the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association championships a year ago and fifth at the subsequent national championship, finished Saturday's eight-kilometre race in 26 minutes 20 seconds, just 1.6 seconds ahead of Jules Burnotte of CEGEP de Sherbrooke and another tenth of a second ahead of bronze medalist Seth Maraccio of Fanshawe.
“It was great to have a positive result today, but I know the competition will not only be stronger but also more determined at nationals,” said Asselstine, a graduate of Sydenham High School, who led a field of 101 competitors.Read More >>
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