With a sweep of the Bay of Quinte championship doubleheader at Loyalist College, both the junior and senior girls basketball teams at Centennial Secondary School are headed to their respective Central Ontario Secondary School Athletics tournaments this week.
The County Clippers youth basketball organization welcomes players back for another season for both rep and finally house league as well.
Playing sports is part of the post-secondary school experience for many students. That’s no exception at Loyalist College in Belleville.
Any student-athletes attending Loyalist College in Belleville this fall are encouraged to pre-register for the tryouts for their chosen sports if they haven’t already been in contact with the coach.
Centennial Secondary School in Belleville recognized its athletes recently with its year-end banquet. In addition to the major sport awards, each team that was able to run this year also recognized athletes.
Two local basketball players have been signed to Loyalist College’s women’s basketball team and more are welcome. In May, the club’s coach Caleb Hugh announced the additions of Grace Callahan and Sam Clarke to the Loyalist Lancers.
Local Highschool Sports Championships
Sawyer Barnett’s love of basketball was fostered by just shooting hoops outside at home when he was five years old.
Belleville’s Nicholson Catholic College Crusaders captured the silver medal at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) girls ‘A’ basketball championship in Smithville this past weekend.
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