The KCI girls’ rugby team have had another amazing season. After becoming WCSSAA champs and OFSAA qualifiers last year, they took home the WCSSAA title against this year after defeating Waterloo-Oxford 29-5 in the finals.
The Raiders lost a few of their best players last year, including Adrienne Bowra and Leah McBain, who returned to help coach this season, but this year’s co-captains Olivia Mickie and Erin Markle haven’t let the team fall.Read more
Preston is losing two incredible football coaches this year. Earlier this year, Jim Crone, the coach of the senior boys’ football team retired. Now at the end of June, John Skovsgaard will finish coaching his final season before retiring as well.
Mr Skovsgaard has been teaching at Preston High School since 1993. He has been the head coach of the Jr. Boys’ football team since 1996 and also coaches boys’ rugby.Read more
After a fantastic end to a final season, the Huron Heights head volleyball coach, Don Bieronski, will be retiring at the end of the current school year after 26 years of teaching and coaching at the high school level.
Before teaching and coaching high school students, he coached all-star baseball for the City of Kitchener for 8 years. After starting out his teaching career at Preston High School, Mr Bieronski moved to Huron Heights in 2007 where he has taught and coached since. Read more
WCSSAA track and field was this past week on Wednesday and Thursday at Jacob Hespeler Secondary School.Read more
The end of the school year is just weeks away, and the spring sports season is heading into WCSSAA playoffs. Summer is coming and with it, unfortunately, saying goodbye to some incredible coaches who will be leaving, or have already left, for their retirement.
The Preston Panthers will lose two incredible coaches this year, both from their football program, including Jim Crone who has been teaching for 32 years at Preston, since 1984.Read more
CWOSSA badminton finals were last week at Conestoga College, and WCI and Southwood proved to be tough competition for schools across central western Ontario.
Placing second and third in the overall team points results for the junior category, WCI and Southwood finished with a total of 32 points (WCI) and 23 points (SSS).
In the senior category, WCI placed first in the team results with 45 points, and the SJAM Highlanders tied for third with WHCS and CCVI, all with a total of 21 points.Read more
Are you wondering who's writing all of the great articles on our website? The answer is KCI student, Gabby Crowley! Learn a bit more about Gabby from her bio, below:Read more
Cambridge schools went head to head earlier this week as the Southwood and Preston girls’ soccer teams played each other on Monday afternoon at Woodside.
Both teams were incredibly well matched, and neither had an easy time getting a goal in. Preston forwards made plenty of shots on Southwood’s net, but the Sabers’ goalie, Emily Breitkopf, was a force to be reckoned with.Read more
A great first week of spring sports for WRDSB schools. Rugby and Soccer season has started and teams are in it to win.
Cameron Heights has proven their strength in both their boys’ and girls’ teams with several wins just this first week alone.
The Cameron girls’ rugby team took down EDSS in their opening game of the season with a score of 32-10, as well as GCI 42-5 on Wednesday.Read more
Last week saw the 2016 WCSSAA badminton championships where WRDSB schools fought to claim the top prize and advance to CWOSSA. Junior championships took place on Tuesday, April 5th and seniors on Wednesday, April 6th at Conestoga college while the finals were held at Huron Heights on Thursday evening.Read more
This past Wednesday, April 6th was the 2016 annual WCSSAA all-star basketball game, this year held at WCI. The girls’ started out the night at 6:30pm followed by the boys at 8pm.
It was a night of awards as well basketball. Nina Farkic from the Cameron Heights girls’ basketball team won the Julie Devenny award for girls’ basketball, naming her Most Valuable Player.Read more
SOCCER: Senior boys’ and varsity girls’ soccer teams are welcoming returning players and new recruits. Last season, WCI claimed the WCSSAA and CWOSSA championship titles and continued on to play at OFSAA, while the Forest Heights senior boys’ soccer team took first place at WCSSAA and CWOSSA as well. For the past several years, the girls’ soccer title has been passed back and forth between Grand River (2011, 2014) and WCI (2012, 2013, 2015). Practices have now begun at schools and game season will kick off at the start of April.Read more
Waterloo Region students had great results competing at OFSAA, taking on teams from across the province, earning their places in medal qualifying games and reaching the podium.Read more
It’s going to be a big week for high school sports as Waterloo Region schools head off to Windsor, North Bay and Stratford to compete for provincial titles at OFSAA.
WCSSAA and CWOSSA champions the Grand River boys’ hockey team will advance to OFSAA this week. The Renegades have remained undefeated all season, including throughout WCSSAA and CWOSSA finals. Grand River will play their first game on Monday morning versus Michael Power/St. Joseph high school in Windsor. Read more
Waterloo Region schools made an impressive stance at the 2016 OFSAA wrestling championships in Windsor, March 1st-2nd. Schools from all across Ontario arrived at the Windsor Family Credit Union Centre to compete for provincial titles. Local schools including Eastwood, Forest Heights, Kitchener CI, and most notably, Cameron Heights ranked in the top ten.Read more