News from Sudbury Catholic Schools
SCS Home > News

Talent Beats Experience

(Back Row); Tammy Jutila (Coach), Cristina Gavidia, Courtney Stasiuk, Sarah Kaelas, Erica Campagnaro, Serena Linley, Chelsey Cloutheir, Alissa Latendre
(Front Row); Kate Palkovits, Jordan Ealdamaa, Christel Pilon (Captain), Jaymie Adams (Captain), Cassandra Campbell and Alyssa Rumford

March 4, 2009 - This year’s Marymount Junior Regals Volleyball team began the season with little experience, a ton of talent and team spirit that was unrivalled. The team competed in numerous tournaments making it to the championship finals in four of six tournaments and capturing two Championships; the Champlain Tournament and the Cardinal Classic.

The Marymount Regals completed the regular season with an impressive 8-1 record to finish first in a very competitive field of ten teams. In addition, they defeated their toughest opponent, the Lasalle Lancers, in a close and exciting semi-final match to earn a spot in the City Championship. The Junior Regals represented Marymount Academy in a city volleyball championship for the 5th consecutive year.

The Lo-Ellen Knights would match up againstt the Regals in the final and were determined to beat the favoured Marymount Academy team. The Regals came out in the first set and showed the Knights they would have to play their best ball to bring down the young Regal squad as they were defeated 25 – 8. The Regal magic would continue as they dominated the match defeating Lo-Ellen in 3 straight sets to capture the coveted Division 1 Junior City Volleyball Championship.

Congratulations to the Junior Regals!



More stories in the news...

•  Happy ECE/EA Appreciation Day!
•  Bishop Alexander Carter signs agreement with Anmar to establish new learning opportunities for students!
•  St. David School pays tribute to a former student with memorial garden!
•  Happy World Teacher Day!
•  Students attend Pathways to Bilingual Success Conference
•  Happy National Custodian Appreciation Day!
•  Every Child Matters: Sudbury Catholic Schools honours Orange Shirt Day!
•  St. Benedict STEM club gets busy with marshmallows and spaghetti
•  The Harmony Movement visited St. Charles College
•  SCC Staff and Students Welcome International Students with Open Arms!
•  St. Charles College Student Dana Lewis was crowned Miss Wiikwemkoong
•  Sudbury Catholic Schools Welcome 30 International students!
•  Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year!
•  How you can support Catholic Education

  © 2018 Sudbury Catholic Schools. All rights reserved