Ridley College Sports Update

First Boys Basketball
The senior boys basketball team won 2 quarters and tied one in the OFSAA final in North Bay but unfortunately lost the thread in the 2nd quarter when they were outscored 21-4 to lose 61-47 to a very talented and aggressive Forester Collegiate from Windsor. Ridley led 9-7 at the end of the first quarter but some key misses, questionable calls and a lack of focus disrupted the Tiger attack early in the 2nd quarter and the team never really recovered. With 3 minutes remaining in the game, Ridley was down only 9 points but that was as close as they would get. Cooper Rigg had 18 and Kristers Moisejs 11 points, both playing in their final game as Ridley Tigers led the scoring tonight. Special mention must also go to the other graduating seniors Jimmy Chueng, Kutiba Senusi, and Christian Ho. The Tigers finish the season with an overall record of 21-8.

First Boys Hockey

• Won the CISAA Silver Medal losing the championship series 2-0 to Nichols School

• March 4 CISAA Final at Nichols (L 5-1)

• March 7 CISAA Final at Ridley (L 6-5 in overtime)

Senior Girls Gymnastics

• Finished second in the overall competition at the CISAA Championship meet

• Level 2 Girls’ Gymnastics Team won their division at the Sir Winston Churchill Invitational

In a 3-school meet at Sir Winston Churchill yesterday, Girls’ Gymnastics put in a great day of competition.  In addition to winning the Level 2 Team Championship, the following girls had top-3 finishes:

Level 2:

  • Emma Hudson – 1st on bars and beam
  • Mariana Hinestrosa – 1st on floor
  • Kennedy Farr – 2nd on vault and beam
  • Morgan Aleven – 2nd on floor, 3rd on beam
  • Caroline Birkenshaw – 3rd on floor and bars
  • Shayda Shivafard – 3rd on beam

Level 3:

  • Faith Bell (LS) – 2nd on floor and bars
  • Stefanie Grigorovsky – 3rd on floor

Everyone put in a great day, with most having at least one personal-best routine.  Next up – OFSAA qualifier after March Break.


The Senior Swimming team won five OFSAA medals. Stephanie Lam brought home the gold in Breaststroke, Jesus Serrana Cendejas won a Silver in the 100M IM, the Senior girls Freestyle relay made up of Bethany Pile, Savannah Cowherd, Stephanie Lam and Jessica Grys won a Silver (losing only by a mere .15 seconds) and the girls relay team, Savannah Cowherd, Bethany Pile, Stephanie Lam and Erica Balcombe won a bronze for the medley relay. Well done swimmers! The swimming team finished 23rd of 282 teams in the province.

First Girls Hockey
First Girls Hockey team lost the CISAA Semi Final to the eventual championship winners Bishop Strachan. It was a hard fought battle with the final score being 5-2. Sarah Robichaud put the Tigers on the board first, assisted by Eleeza Cox, and Kara Power. The Bobcats were able to score twice in the second period to take the lead 2-1. The Tigers had a number of scoring chances, but were not able to put the puck away. Fueled by momentum, BSS put two more goals on the board midway through the third period. With over three minutes remaining, goaltender Karlyle Robinson sprinted to the bench for an extra attacker. The Tigers were able to score on the man-advantage to cut the Bobcat’s lead in half. The Tigers continued the to gamble with the empty net, but unfortunately BSS was able to score, putting the CISAA finals out of reach for Ridley. Congratulations to the girls on a very respectable season. The coaching staff wishes to give an extra thanks to our seven graduating seniors for their heart and leadership, and entertainment on long bus rides…

First Volleyball

• Lost CISAA Quarter Final to Trinity College School 3-2

U16 Boys Hockey

• Lost CISAA Quarter Final to Lakefield College 4-2

Ontario Ergometer Championships

The Ontario Erogometer Championships were held in the Ridley College Field House on Sunday. We had 5 rowers in the Top Ten, and many personal best times (compared to the Canadian Indoors or the February 6 “test”).

Junior Men – 2nd Nick Stasiw (6:48.5, better by 11.8 seconds!!)

Senior Women – 4th Madison Leitch (7:21.3, better by 7.3 sec.)

Senior Lightweight Women – 6th Madeline MacDonald (8:00.3, better by 5.8 sec.)

Senior Men – 5th Connar Boyd (6:29.8, better by 3.1 sec.)

Senior Men – 6th Colin MacKay (6:32.2, better by 3.9 sec.)

Junior Squash

• Finished 6th at the league championship tournament

Senior Squash

• Finished 6th at the league championship tournament

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