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SDSSAA Badminton Results

April 10, 2017 - The Marymount badminton team has had an incredible season so far and it’s not done yet. On top of some incredible results in various club tournaments across Northern Ontario, the results put forth this weekend were outstanding. Marymount captured the 1st banner ever awarded for the highest team average point total. This is the first badminton banner for Marymount since the mid-90’s. Coaches Dan Bartolucci & Donald Legendre could not be more pleased with the effort these girls put forth.

Here are some of the top results from the SDSSAA Championships:

Midget Girls’ Doubles:

*Hope Tyson & Jordin Rancourt – Champions

Junior Girls’ Doubles:

*Mackenzie Watkins & Angelina Lam – Champions
*Makaylah Kruk & Megan Ierino – 2nd Place
Taylor Bradley & Carlyn Lewis – 3rd Place

Junior Girls’ Singles:

Brady Martin – 3rd Place

Senior Girls’ Doubles:

*Emily Taylor & Starr Trudeau – Champions
*Hope Joly & Tiffany Hodgins – 2nd Place
Allison Byrnes & Taylor Watkins – 4th Place

* will be attending the NOSSA Championships in North Bay on April 19th & April 20th:

Best of luck to the 10 competitors attending NOSSA – Go Regals Go!!!

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