CWOSSA ‘AA’ boys volleyball
The St. Mary’s Mustangs beat Sacred Heart in an all-BAA final to win the 2019 CWOSSA ‘AA’ junior boys volleyball championship Friday in Walkerton.
After finishing pool-play undefeated, the Mustangs topped St. David in straight sets (25-15, 25-13) Friday morning to earn a berth into the championship game. Meanwhile, the Sacred Heart Crusaders – also 3-0 coming out of pool-play – shutout Bishop MacDonnell (25-16, 26-24) in their semifinal.
St. Mary’s won the championship game, a best-of-five match, in four sets. It’s the first time a BAA school has won at the junior volleyball championship at the regional level since the 2013-14 school year when the Saugeen Royals were victorious.
CWOSSA ‘AA’ girls basketball
The Sacred Heart Crusaders junior team narrowly missed out on a championship berth Friday when they fell 47-26 to the St. David Celtics in the CWOSSA ‘AA’ junior girls basketball championship semifinal at Simcoe Composite School.
CWOSSA ‘A’ basketball
The Walkerton Riverhawks senior girls squad has finished first in Pool B at the CWOSSA ‘A’ basketball championships taking place at the Georgian Bay Community School Friday and Saturday.
With a pair of wins Friday, the Riverhawks punched their ticket to the semifinals Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
Walkerton opened their tournament with a 51-47 over Wellington Heights before downing the Rockway Mennonite Collegiate Flames 59-38 later in the day.
The host team Georgian Bay Thunder dropped their first contest to Woodland Christian 51-19 before topping Delhi 39-33.
The Thunder and Riverhawks will meet in one semifinal while Woodland Christian and Rockway Mennonite will face-off in the other.