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Claudia Murphy
-Cross Country

Jonathan Besselink
-Cross Country

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    Oct 23
    2014

EOSSAA Golf Champions

Congratulations to the Holy Cross Golf Team on a great season. In September and October, the Team was sub-divided into various categories to compete in several events. These included a) a Recreational Farm Team (they took part in the try-outs, clinics, and a Kingston Match Play Tournament), b) a Competitive Boys’ Team (they won 1st place at K.A.S.S.A.A., 1st place at E.O.S.S.A.A., and 4th place at O.F.S.A.A.), c) a Competitive Girls’ Team (they won 1st place at K.A.S.S.A.A., and two of the girls qualified to represent the E.O.S.S.A.A. Regional Team at O.F.S.A.A.), d) a Boys’ Individuals Category (they had impressive scores at K.A.S.S.A.A.) and e) a Girls’ Individuals Category (Diana McDonald won 1st place at K.A.S.S.A.A., 1st place at E.O.S.S.A.A. and 5th place at O.F.S.A.A.).

The coaches are extremely pleased with the Team’s ongoing efforts, and dedication to improve. Special thanks goes out to Cassidy, Diana, Kiley, Emily, James, Kyle, Connor W., Cameron, Jacob, Mitchell, Wyatt, Tyler, Ben, Connor L., Noah, Carter and Mack for their sportsmanship, etiquette, kindness, and sense of humour.

 

 

 

 

 

Holy Cross AAA OFSAA Volleyball Hosts

At the end of November, Joanna Besselink and Paul Melim will be co-convening the OFSAA AAA Boys Volleyball Championships. Games will be played at Holy Cross, Regiopolis, and Queen's University.

You can check out the Volleyball page here.

Stay tuned for more information!

 

 

KASSAA Teams in Action

The Holy Cross Crusaders girls field hockey team was victorious over the Frontenac Falcons 2 - 0 on the turf at Invista! They played hard against a intense and controlled team. Ange Desousa redirected Laura Collings' powerfully hit ball into the net and Anna Rhines swept in the shutdown goal sealing Frontenac's fate. Congrats girls on a hard fought win!

Kudos to the Senior Boys Volleyball team for giving KCVI the blues yesterday and keeping their cool in a very hot gym. the boys have a 4 and 0 record to date. Keep it going guys.

The Holy Cross Crusaders field hockey team was victorious over the Sydenham Golden Eagles 2 -1 in an extremely tense and hard fought game. Skylee Ryan bagged the first goal on a scramble in front of the net and the game winner was scored by Ange DeSousa who redirected a hard pass from Laura Collings. Everyone played so well! Way to go girls!

Congratulations to the cross country team who competed at the Pirates Invitational meet last Friday in Brockville.  On a beautiful fall day our Crusaders did very well.  Noteable performances included:  Claire Gazeley 20th in midget girls, Claudia Murphy 8th in Junior girls, Cole Terpstra 24 in junior boys, Jonathan Besselink 8th in senior boys and Carter Hoffman 26th in senior boys.  Well done team!  Next up KASSAA championships!

Kudos to the Senior Boys volleyball team for displaying their ability to focus along with much improved agility in straight set wins over NDSS. Keep it up boys.

 

The 2014 PH Classic

On July 21, 1997 Regiopolis Notre-Dame lost one of its greatest supporters. Paul Halligan died of cancer after a two-year battle with the disease. Paul was a graduate of RND, a basketball and football coach, an organizer of the Alumni Association, founder of the Irish Ontario Basketball Club, and the driving force behind the Peter Carty Memorial. Above all else, Paul was a devoted member of the school community, continually demonstrating his Christian call to service. He was a man of faith who spread the message of the Gospel through the example of his life and the teachings he passed on to the members of his teams, or anyone who was touched by his work. He showed us what could be achieved with dedication and determination; what joys can be derived from self-sacrifice; what strength there is in warmth and kindness; and what power there is in accepting the will of the Lord. He lived a vocation of service and our school communities are blessed to have known him and have been touched by his life.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month; therefore we have decided to focus our efforts in this direction. This year alone 25,000 women will develop breast cancer and 5,500 of these women will die from this disease. We are hopeful that through your donations, we will continue the progress in “SHOOTING FOR A CURE!”

These games are played in honor of Paul Halligan who was very involved in girls basketball at Regi and Holy Cross. Paul felt that girls should have the same opportunities as boys.

The games will take place at Regiopolis Notre-Dame on Thursday, October 23, beginning at 5 pm.