CPC Athletic Update (Oct. 11 – Oct. 18)

It has been another great week of Crestwood Athletics.  Our CPC athletes continue to tear up the gym, field and track.  Here are this weeks results;
Wed. Oct. 13 Senior Boys DII Volleyball @ TYS 4:00 W – 25-13; 25-22; 25-18
Wed. Oct. 13 U14 Boys DI Volleyball @ SMC 2:30 L – 3 sets to 2
Wed. Oct. 13 Senior Girls DI Basketball vs HC 3:00 W – 77-24
Wed. Oct. 13 U14 Girls DI Basketball vs BVG 4:30 (Exh) W – 57-31
Wed. Oct. 13 Senior Boys DII Soccer vs RSGC 3:30 L – 7-2
Thurs. Oct. 14 Junior Boys DII Volleyball vs GCS (1) – 2:30 W – 25-8; 25-11
Thurs. Oct. 14 Junior Boys DII Volleyball vs GCS (2) -3:45 W – 25-12; 25-12
Thurs. Oct. 14 U14 Girls DI Basketball vs HC – 4:00 W – 62-33
Fri. Oct. 15 U14 Boys DII Soccer vs DLS 3:00 TBA
Our Cross Country team also had their first meet of the season and had some fantastic results.  Some highlights include novice girls, Lisa Yin placing 12th and Negha Kanagavarathan coming 16th in their race, as well as grade 8 boys, Wesley Woods, RJ McDerment, and Kai Lemay running against grade 9 competition and placing 10th, 12th, and 14th overall.
Shout out to Aidan Dubins for a great race and amazing attitude and work ethic, as well as senior boy and captain of the team, Josh Deng who completed the six km course in an amazing time.  The team will be back at Lakefield in two weeks for the CISAA championships.
Both our Senior Girls Elite and Junior Girls Elite basketball teams also participated in their first showcase tournament of the year, Shoot for the Cure.  In true Crestwood form our girls did not disappoint.  They finished the weekend 2-0 with two convincing wins.  The first game we took on Royal Crown Academy who fell 107-74.  Our ladies were led by Taija Sta Maria who poured in 32 points.  Game two saw a similar result for George Harris Prep.  The final score was 98-46 with Toby Fournier delivering 35 points to lead the way.  The girls compete in their first OSBA games this weekend.  The junior girls elite team also had a great start to their competitive season.  The Lady Lions defeated Quebec’s St. Lawrence’s Express Basketball team, 120 to 46.  Special mention goes to Ava Porter who had 33 points, Kaylen Sta. Maria with 26 points and Keyaraha Gregory 22 points.  The Jr. Lady Lions will be at it again this weekend at the annual Crown The Queen Basketball Classic.
We also kicked off Intramural basketball this week.  Over the course of 3 days we had over 100 kids come out to take part in our 3 on 3 tournament.  Lots of smiles and some pretty good basketball, the tournament continues next week!
Next week’s events;
Mon. Oct. 18 Senior Girls DI Basketball @ CDS 3:00
Junior Boys DII Volleyball vs BVG 4:30
Junior Boys DII Soccer vs CS 4:30
U14 Boys DII Soccer vs CS 3:00
Flag Football Tournament – Girls
Tues. Oct. 19 Flag Football Tournament – Boys U14
Wed. Oct. 20 Senior Boys DII Volleyball @ CDS 3:30
Junior Boys DII Volleyball @ CDS 3:00
U14 Boys DI Volleyball @ UCC 4:00
Senior Boys DII Soccer vs BVG 4:00
Junior Boys DII Soccer vs BVG 2:30
Elite Girls Basketball OSBA @ Southwest 6:00
Senior Elite Boys Basketball @ Southwest 6:00
Cross Country – Dual Meet vs BVG 1:00-3:30
Fri. Oct. 22-24 Sr Boys DI CISAA BBall Battle of the Seniors
Spectator Update;
We have updated our spectator policy.  Outdoor sports parents are permitted to come and watch.  Please stay socially distanced.  At this time we have opened up spectating home games to our STUDENTS only (with approval from opposing teams).  We are hoping with the anticipated vaccines parents that we will soon be able to open the gym to parents as well.