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Laura Collings
-Sr Female Athlete of the Year

Jonah Johnston
-Sr Male Athlete of the

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2015 Crusader Athletic Awards

Congratulations to all the following athletes for their commitment and leadership to the Holy Cross Community. The following individuals were recognized as the major award winners:

  • Athletic Recognition Award – Joey Cantarutti
  • Junior Female Athlete – Mary Besselink
  • Junior Male Athlete – Sam Pierson
  • B’Nai Brith Female – Donya Hojabr
  • B’Nai Brith Male – Devin LeBlanc
  • Senior Female Athlete – Laura Collings
  • Senior Male Athlete – Jonah Johnston

Also recognized were six athletes that have been part of the Crusader scene for all four years of their high school careers. Jonathan Besselink, Chris Kimmerer, Emmanuel Onwuemeodo, Christina Papadakis, Jonah Johnston and Laura Collings received their Holy Cross Athletic Letters.

Marilyn Doherty was this year’s very deserving recipient of the Greg Hulse Leadership Award. Marilyn’s efforts in organizing of a number of events and initiatives this year and in year’s past has been instrumental in enhancing our “Crusader Spirit”. This semester alone, she spearheaded the highly successful Inside Ride, the Spring Fun Carnival and the Outdoor Basketball Court Fundraising events.

Former principal Mr. Paul Walsh was presented with the Sports Leadership Award. Mr. Walsh, who retired last year, was a great supporter of athletics at Holy Cross. His commitment to our student athletes has provided them with the incredible opportunities and facilities they enjoy. Mr. Walsh coached a number of basketball teams while at Holy Cross and was always on hand to cheer and support our our teams in all sports.








OFSAA Character Athlete Award

Mackenzie Curran has been named as a recipient of the OFSAA Character Athlete Award for the 2014-2015 school year!

OFSAA’s Character Athlete Award celebrates the efforts of the exceptional student-athletes in Ontario who best exemplify the characteristics that OFSAA is founded on.

Nominations come to the OFSAA office detailing the exceptional character of student-athletes across Ontario, inspiring those around them with their involvement on the playing field and in the classroom, in both school and community. 

Selecting just one boy and one girl recipient of the OFSAA Character Athlete Award is never easy, but the following two individuals stood out for their commitment to OFSAA’s values of leadership, equity, respect and sportsmanship.

Find out more info on this awesome accomplishment here




KASSAA Teams in Action

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