Following a successful 2022-2023 campaign, the Belleville Spirits girls basketball program will look to continue that momentum into next season. Three Spirits teams captured provincial gold – U16 in Division 1, U14 and U19B in Division 5 – while the U19A team placed third in the highest OBLX level.
The U16 girls won Gold in Div 1 at Ontario Cup this weekend, making them 9th overall provincially! Our 14’s won gold last weekend, and things are looking good for our two U19 teams competing this weekend – one for Ontario Cup, and one for the Provincial Championship.
Come Try Out Spirits Girls Basketball
Liane Woodley has probably coached more local high-school basketball teams than any other person, male or female, in the last 50 years. Over the course of her 38 year career in education.
The road to the boxing ring was a long one for lifetime Prince Edward County resident Jennifer McMurter. Jennifer would go on to win the National Welter Weight Championship and would hold that title from 1997-2001
Trenton Skating Club’s 24 year old Trennt Michaud along with his partner Evelyn Walsh (19) to attend the World Figure Skating Championships in Sweden
Coach Caleb Hugh and the Lancers are excited to welcome Monalique Knights to the women’s basketball team for the 2021-2022 season.
It’s great to be up and running again! Our conditions are terrific and we are happy to see our Batawa Family back on the slopes.
Where are all the Community Basketball Courts? In a society that is grappling with getting kids outside more, our community is not providing enough viable opportunities
“I’m looking forward to seeing all of these boys develop further throughout their highschool careers. I can’t wait to see where they go from here,” said Coach Ray.