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List of 10 news stories.

  • 1st Basketball season ends

    The First Basketball team headed down to UCC Wednesday afternoon for their final regular season game.
  • Hale Lee and Jacob Crocker

    Curlers positioned for playoffs and finals

    Wednesday afternoon, the curling Saints hosted two schools at their home ice at the Bradford Curling Club. These matches would establish some final match ups as we head into our finals next week.
  • JV B-Ball ends with a win

    Although officially eliminated from playoff contention, the JV Basketball Saints played their final regular season game against the #4 ranked De La Salle Oaklands. 
  • (l-r) Coach Steve Rush, Mihai Ciuciureanu, Conor Woodroffe, and Filip Grantcharov

    JV Squash wins championship

  • (l-r) Matvei Beliaev, EvgenyMakeshin, Zi Yu Han, and Peter Zhang use their Tetris skills to organize some soup cans

    Andreans help the community, one can at a time

    On February 4, a team of 10 determined Andreans headed to the Good Shepherd Mission in downtown Toronto to help sort through “tons” of donated food.  
  • Playoffs here we come...

    The U16A Saints Hockey team concluded their regular season today with a 4-1 win over St. Mike's.
  • Liam Hadcock (centre) was the winner of the School's Geographic Challenge 2017. With runner-up, Mason Wright (right), and Jack Oomen (left), who placed third.

    Geography knowledge put to the test

    Grade 8 student Liam Hadcock is this year’s school champion in the Canadian Geographic Challenge.
  • Oli Harris

    Nordic Ski wins CISAA championship

    Congratulations to the Nordic Junior Boys and Senior Boys teams for winning the CISAA championship for 2017.
  • 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.
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