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2019 Fall Season in Review: Elementary Volleyball and Swimming

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2019 Fall Season in Review: Elementary Volleyball and Swimming

Looking back on 2019 as the year nears an end. Enjoy the highlights that we continue to feature this week.

Elementary Volleyball

Elementary volleyball kicked off after Thanksgiving weekend and wrapped up in early December with boys and girls championship games. This year saw 57 schools compete comprised of 199 teams (104 girls / 95 boys) across the system.

Played over two nights at secondary schools, the boys and girls championship each featured an A and AA level in junior and senior. Congratulations to Ancaster Meadow, Cathy Weaver, Lawfield, Ridgemount, Dundas Central, Mount Albion and R.A. Riddell on your championship victories. Here are the results from those championship games.

Junior Boys Results

  • Junior ‘AA’ – Ancaster Meadow def. Rockton Dr. Seaton (3-0)
  • Junior ‘A’ – Cathy Weaver def. Tiffany Hills (3-1)
  • Senior ‘AA’ – Lawfield def. Dundas Central (3-0)
  • Senior ‘A’ -Ridgemount def. Ryerson (3-1)

Junior Girls Results

  • Junior ‘AA’ – Dundas Central def. Ray Lewis (3-1)
  • Junior ‘A’ – Mount Albion def. Cathy Weaver (3-2)
  • Senior ‘AA’ -R.A. Riddell def. Dalewood (3-1)
  • Senior ‘A’ Mount Albion def Bennetto (3-0)

For more information visit: https://www.hwdsb.on.ca/athletics/middle-school/volleyball/

Elementary Junior Swim Meets

Another great year of junior swim meets taking place at Jimmy Thompson Pool and McMaster University. Seven meets were conducted on November 5, 7, 12 and 14th with over 1,100 competitors from 62 schools taking part. A participation event by nature, this is always a great event for our students to get involved with a team at their school.

Senior swim meets are just around the corner with practice beginning in March and the meets being planned for late April / early May.

For more information visit: https://www.hwdsb.on.ca/athletics/primary/swim-meet/

Updated on Thursday, December 19, 2019.
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