King’s 2015 Basketball Season
Men’s Basketball Update
The Jr Men’s Basketball team has started the season extremely well. The Men’s Basketball program has made the move to Tier 1 and are competing against the top teams in Halton. Their record is 3-2, with wins over Blakelock, Nelson and St. Thomas Aquinas.Their two early season tournaments have also been extremely successful. Their first tournament at Turner Fenton in Brampton saw them get to the championship game with wins over St. Famille (Brampton), Notre Dame (Burlington) and. Carmel (Mississauga). In their second tournament, at Georgetown District High School, they also made it to the championship game, but this time they came away with a win, with victories over Huron Park (Mississauga), Clarkson,Lakeshore (Port Colborne). Well done, Men!
Men’s Basketball Team Captures Silver at OFSAA
Sr. Men’s Basketball Team Headed to OFSAA for 3rd Time In 4 Years
The Sr. Men’s Basketball team will be heading to OFSAA in North Bay after defeating the Bobcats from Brampton Christian High School in a playoff game. For the third time in four years the Cavaliers will be sending a team to compete for the ‘A’ men’s basketball championship. In both 2009 and 2010 the King’s team earned an Antique Bronze medal for finishing in 4th place. They will enter the tournament ranked 6th in the Province. This year the men will look to build on that history and earn a medal. Follow this team’s quest for gold here.
Outstanding Season for Jr. Men’s Basketball
Cavs Off to 8-0 Start as They Seek Another OFSAA Medal
So far, this high school senior boys’ basketball season couldn’t be much more different than the last for the King’s Christian Collegiate Cavaliers.
They just hope a similar ending is in store.
King’s enters the exam break with an undefeated record in Halton Tier 2 play, following a 54-41 victory over the T.A. Blakelock Tigers Friday. The Cavaliers’ 8-0 mark sharply contrasts the 1-8 regular season they suffered through last year, when public school teachers’ withdrawal of extracurricular activities meant King’s — one of the smallest schools in Halton — had to play in the same league as Catholic powers Holy Trinity, Loyola and others.