They didn’t exactly have a ton of hardware to bring home, but the Glebe Gryphons nevertheless left the Nov. 2 OFSAA Championships in Sudbury as the province’s top cross-country running program.
The Louis-Riel Rebelles captured a silver medal at the Nov. 21-23 OFSAA ‘A’ Boys’ Volleyball Championships, but their seniors’ drive for four consecutive provincial high school titles in four years came up just short in Pain Court, outside Chatham-Kent.
They are a renowned leader in incorporating high-level sports into the school setting, but Louis-Riel high school is slowly earning recognition as a major player in producing high-achieving students as well.
Elle est reconnu pour son succès en l’intégration des sports de haut niveau dans le cadre scolaire, mais l’école secondaire publique Louis-Riel reçoit lentement une réputation comme endroit où l’ont produit des élèves de haute-performance également.
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Glebe completes undefeated decade at 2019 cross-country running city finals.
Read recaps and see photos from each race at the national capital high school XC championships, held on Oct. 24 at the Hornets Nest.
See SportsOttawa.com’s Facebook page for a full album of photos from this race. By Dan Plouffe Adam Sanger, Callum Saravanamuttoo, Sebastian Cino, Owen Pensom and Ben Rundle posted the lowest team score of the day (26) in the largest field of the day (162 senior boys entered) to finish the NCSSAA cross-country running championships the…