Fall Sports Wrap Up

The CISAA fall athletic season has come to a close, and it was a successful season for Crestwood! Below are the results of from this past season.

U14 Girls Basketball – finished 3rd in the regular season and competed in the Final Four Championships at TMS on Sat. Oct. 25. The girls lost a close semi-final game 18-14 ending their season in 3rd place.

Junior Girls Basketball – finished in 3rd place in the regular season and competed in the Final Four Championships at Albert College on Sat. Nov. 1. The girls lost their semi-final match in a tough game against Albert College.

Senior Girls Basketball – finished in 5th place in the regular season and made the playoffs. Unfortunately they lost a close game to Trafalgar Castle in the first round of the playoffs.

Junior Boys Volleyball – this was a rebuilding year for the Junior boys volleyball program. Although the team did not have many wins, great improvements were seen in all the players.

Senior Boys Volleyball – finished in 2nd place in the regular season and faced Country Day school in the playoffs. Unfortunately the outcome of the game was not in their favor but overall it was an excellent season for this team.

U14 Boys Soccer – finished 6th in the regular season, just missing a playoff spot. This is a young team and holds a lot of promise for next year.

Junior Boys Soccer – finished in 1st place in the regular season, earning the right to host the CISAA championship final four tournament. The team won their semi-final match Bayview Glen 4-2, moving them into the championship game. In the Championships they faced an undefeated Holy Trinity squad. Although it was an excellent game the outcome was a second place finish for Crestwood.

Cross Country – the cross country team competed in several meets throughout the fall and all athletes accomplished personal bests by the end of the season.

Crestwood also completed in Exhibition tournaments in the SSAF for Ultimate Frisbee, Flag Football, and Indoor Soccer. These meets were excellent opportunities for participation, team bonding, and sportsmanship.