List of 20 news stories.

  • 1st Basketball fights for playoff spot

    First Basketball played Crescent School February 15 in a 'do or die' game to keep their playoff hopes alive. It was an exciting game in a hostile environment that went down to the wire.
  • Disappointing results for Alpine Ski

    Going into our its race February 15, the SAC Alpine Ski team was confident. With all three teams sitting in first place, they were well positioned to vie for the CISAA championships in each division, and they certainly had the athletes to do it.
  • Lindsay Hamilton

    TSN sportscaster shares strategies

    A sportscaster from TSN led a workshop for broadcast journalism students this week at St. Andrew’s.
  • Nathan Falconi

    U16 B-Ball battles for playoff birth

    On February 15, the U16 Basketball team played Crescent School in a battle for the final playoff spot at U16 Tier 1 basketball.
  • Mathew MacDougall

    Saints forward commits to UMass Amherst

    Decision time came for Saints forward Mathew MacDougall last week with his verbal commitment to play NCAA D1 hockey for the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  • Ryan Jamieson (left) with Oli Harris

    Saints at Cadet Provincial Biathlon

    Congratulations to Oli Harris and Ryan Jamieson for a first rate showing at the Cadet Provincial Biathlon championship this past weekend in Sault St. Marie. 
  • Steven Du with his hardware

    Student shines at DECA

    This past weekend seven St. Andrew’s students participated in the annual DECA Provincial Competition. 
  • Saints face tough appoints in small school showcase

    The First Basketball team travelled to Burlington Friday afternoon for their opening games of the Small School Showcase Invitational tournament. The tournament is an annual collection of all the top 'A' and 'AA' schools in the province, and always features provincial championship contenders.
  • Saints win Selwyn House Tourney again

    In comeback fashion, the U12 Hockey Saints won the annual Selwyn House Hockey Tournament Friday afternoon. 
  • 1st B-Ball vs TFS

    The First Basketball team travelled down to TFS on the afternoon of February 6 for the first of several 'do or die' CISAA league games remaining in their schedule.
  • A great day at the races

    Zachary Chua (Open/Club) swimmer smashes his own record from the meet on January 25.
  • Alpine Ski team has fantastic day

    The Alpine team faced chilly and icy conditions at Craigleith February 8 for their fourth race of the season.
  • Big day for Chua at Markham swim meet

    Congratulations to swimmers who raced at the Pan Am Pool in Markham February 9.
  • Nordic race at Lakefield

    Well done to all members of the Saints Nordic Ski team for a solid showing at the Lakefield Invitational Race February 8.
     
  • Unfortunate loss for 1st Basketball

    The First Basketball team hosted Crestwood Prep Wednesday afternoon and were looking to steal a game from one of the prep teams in the CISAA league and move closer to securing a playoff spot. 
  • Cardboard Engineering

    Imagination and creativity went into the design of cardboard arcade games by grade 6 Enriched French students.
  • U13 CAIS Basketball Recap

    The U13 Basketball team travelled to the home of the Trojans at Hillfield Strallathan College (HSC) for the 2017 CAIS Tournament.
  • The Rev. Bruce Roffey welcomed Kirsten Mosey to Chapel where she recalled her time spent volunteering at a refugee camp.

    The power of one

    Kirsten Mosey, 19, spent five weeks volunteering in a Greek refugee camp in 2016. She was at SAC last week, where she shared her encounter amidst one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time.
     
  • 6 lessons learned by U16 B-ball

    A true test of where you are as a team is to be faced with adverse conditions in a big game and see how you respond. 
  • First slalom race success

    The Alpine Ski team headed to Devil's Glen Ski Club for its first of two slalom events.
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