Athletics Action

By: Todd Melville and Sam King

Ultimate
 
The 1st Ultimate team travelled to The Hangar in Toronto on April 20 for its first tournament of the season (and the first competition in over two years)! The team played with impressive form, working to build an efficient offense, including long throws and timely defense in the fast-paced games. The early season work the team has put in paid off as they won 4-0, demonstrating solid play throughout the tournament. The entire team contributed to offensive play with David ’22 playing quarterback and Claire ’24 leading on the score sheet with the most points.
The ultimate team's next competition is on April 27 in a tri-meet with CISAA competition in Toronto.
 
Tennis
 
On April 20, the 1st Boys’ Tennis Team played their first game of the season at Upper Canada College in Toronto. The team put forth a great effort with some of our players competing for their first tennis match ever! Congratulations to Leon Gell ’24 and Oliver ’24, who both won their first and second singles matches.
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