Around the time Mark Dregas first got into coaching, Dan Sauvé was standing on skates for the first time. Though the co-coaches of the Louis-Riel sports-study hockey program may have a bit of an age disparity, it simply means double the devotion for their players.
In Panda Bowl-esque fashion, Ashbury College students piled over the south section barricade at TD Place to celebrate with their team’s first ever OFSAA bowl title.
Louis Riel’s team of underclassmen went undefeated at the provincial championships to win their third consecutive OFSAA ‘A’ Boys Volleyball title. Of the team of 10, five were part of last year’s championship team. All team members are eligible to return next year.
For Carolane Fortin, Emily Gratton and Mackenzie Houle, joining the young dance program that’s exploding in popularity at Louis-Riel high school has been like entering a whole new world – not unlike the feeling they get when they’re performing on stage.
En adhérant au programme de danse de l’école secondaire Louis-Riel, qui gagne rapidement en popularité, Carolane Fortin, Emily Gratton et Mackenzie Houle ont l’impression d’explorer un autre univers – une impression qui n’est pas sans rappeler le sentiment qu’elles éprouvent lorsqu’elles montent sur les planches.
The NCSSAA senior boys cross-country championships were dominated by athletes from the Ottawa Lions. One after another they crossed the finish line at Walter Baker Park in a showing of the club’s supremacy in the high school running circuit. The top 5 finishers, at least, were all Lions.
Glebe Collegiate won the senior girls division in a comfortable fashion, but the race was still “sad” for two of the team’s top runners, who ran in NCSSAA competition for the final time.
The factors that presented the makings of a wonky race day all piled into the junior boys city championship.
The Glebe Gryphons defending OFSAA champions did not disappoint at the city cross-country championships by sweeping the podium.
Glebe athletes Ivy Bialowas, Anna S. Heffernan-Wilker and Zoe Gardiner were all smiles after crossing the finish line in places 1, 2 and 3 on Thursday.
Yannick Meredith won the midget boys race of the city high school cross-country championships by a monstrous 26 second margin, which was enough to impress his older brother, and senior boys runner, Zachary Meredith.
Two of the city’s newest high school running juggernauts collided at the city championships on Thursday and it was the latest product of Glebe Collegiate’s unstoppable cross-country program that came out on top.
It’s become expected that the Glebe Gryphons will win the city’s high school cross-country championships, but to sweep all six divisions is something head coach Kirk Dillabaugh hasn’t seen before.
Olivia De Couvreur won a bronze medal with Canada’s women’s rugby team at the third Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Lorsque vous mettrez le pied pour la première fois dans le Dôme de Louis-Riel, vous serez immédiatement frappé par l’ampleur des installations. Vous ressentirez ensuite l’indubitable énergie qui imprègne toute la bulle. Vous entendrez les cris et les clameurs des athlètes qui vont au bout d’eux-mêmes, les rires et les éclats de joie des élèves et des entraîneurs qui partagent les joies du sport.
When you first set foot inside the Dome LR, you’ll immediately be struck by the size of the facility itself. A moment later, you’ll feel the unmistakable energy that permeates throughout the bubble. You’ll hear the screams and shouts of athletes pushing themselves to the max, and the laughter and cries of students and coaches sharing the joys of sport.
Il y a des jours où le vétéran-entraîneur de soccer, Joé Fournier, doit se pincer pour être certain de ne pas rêver.
There are days where veteran soccer coach Joé Fournier has to pinch himself to make sure it’s all real.
The most highly touted product of St. Matthew High School’s reinvigorated football program is about to begin his one-year stint at an elite Florida academy. Meanwhile, his former team is prepping for their own unprecedented U.S. trip.
Canada’s Under-19 gridiron squad won a 13-7 defensive battle against Mexico in the tournament’s finals, making Canada the first country to win back-to-back championships.
Bien que son travail de passeuse soit de garder le ballon aussi stable que possible, Elly Cavan est avant tout une véritable amatrice de volleyball.
Though her job as a setter is to keep the ball steady as can be, it’s the momentum swings, the highs and lows, that Elly Cavan enjoys most about volleyball.
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It was a prosperous week for local under-20 athletes at the 2018 Canadian Track and Field Championships, thanks in particular to products of Louis-Riel High School. The Ottawa school saw four of its athletes win national silver at the Terry Fox Athletic Facility from July 3-8, putting it among the most well-represented secondary schools in the country.
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One of Ottawa’s most promising high school athletes reclaimed double-gold at OFSAA this year because of a no-brainer: she learned how to hurdle.
The Glebe Collegiate Grade 10 duo of Rachel Weber and Mackenzie Mihorean were their school’s top finishers at the 73rd annual Canadian Secondary School Rowing Association Regatta.
–Par Ottawa Sportspage, pour les Rebelles de Louis-Riel Cette année, les athlètes des écoles secondaires locales ont encore une fois présenté d’excellentes performances aux championnats provinciaux d’athlétisme. Pour un grand nombre de médaillés de la région, leur chemin vers la victoire a débuté au Dôme Louis-Riel. « Il peut être difficile pour certains athlètes d’avoir accès…
Ils sont tous en 10e année, tous membres du programme de hockey du programme Sports-études de l’école Louis-Riel et coéquipiers coéquipiers champions avec les Rockland Nationals au niveau midget AAA. Evan Boucher, Liam Cavan, Mason Carter et les jumeaux Simon et Vincent Labelle peuvent désormais ajouter un élément à la liste de leurs points communs : ils ont tous été repêchés récemment par la Ligue de hockey de l’Ontario.
They’re all in Grade 10, all members of the Louis-Riel sports-study hockey program, teammates with the dominant Rockland Nationals Midget ‘AAA’ team, and now Evan Boucher, Liam Cavan, Mason Carter and twins Simon and Vincent Labelle can add one more item to their list of commonalities: they are all Ontario Hockey League draft picks.