Announcement from the ALCDSB Concerning Withdrawal of Services

The following was posted on the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board web site this morning:”

“Community Use of Schools

Please note that all Community Use of Schools across ALCDSB will be cancelled commencing on Saturday, October 5, 2019 and will remain closed until further notice due to the withdrawal of services by CUPE.

Due to the current withdrawal of services, we are unable to provide staff to complete set up and cleaning following community rentals as this work falls under struck duties.”

As a result of this announcement, the Little Gals Division games will go ahead as scheduled tonight and then our schedules in all divisions will be suspended until further notice. Once the withdrawal of services is ended we will work with the school board to restart our program as soon as possible. Roland Billings

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Ontario Volunteer Service Awards

Last night at St. Lawrence College the 2019 Ontario Volunteer Service awards were handed out to volunteers in our area and we were fortunate enough to have nine of our volunteers recognized at the event. Our recipients were Chris Payne, recognized for 45 years of service, Shawn Hollywood, Charlie Mignault and Lynne Mason for ten years each, Amanda Kyle and Cory Hollywood for 5 years and Emmitt Irwin, Madison Benoit and Kendra Platt for their service as Youth Volunteers. In total, 1499 year of volunteer service to our community were recognized last night, with our volunteers contributing 94 of those years. As Ian Arthur, the MPP for Kingston and the Islands pointed out, in Canada volunteers contribute the equivalent of 2 billion work hours annually to our country. We are very proud of all our volunteers and proud to have this group recognized by the province last night. For photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page.

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Graduate Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday September 30, 2019

Celtics 51 (Hunter Freeman 6, Jacob Freeman 14, Ben Mignault 10, Elijah Daley 2, Bill McIlroy 2, Angelo Agustino 2, Ethan Hanley 6, Michael Lloyd 2, Joe Kennedy 5, Ben Winterborn 2); Warriors 31 (Delali Afidenyo 10, Jake Playter 10, Aathman Rampakash 1, Alexander East 2, Kole McNeil 2, Andrew Gilmour 6)

Bulls 60 (Jack Jarvis 6, Evan Jarvis 3, Max Gill 4, Jordan VanDusen 6, Evan Joy 4, Jacob Gilbert 4, Carter Gilbert 13, Cole Brunet 4, James Bates 7, Trae Thompson 9); Hawks 31 (Grayden Garrett 12, Henry Garrett 2, Riley Webb 9, Karter Turner 4, Gabe Merjavac 5, Sebastien Cordeiro 3)

Sixers 50 (Nicholas MacNeil 2, Simon Risk 4, Christopher Kerstens 10, Zack Flake 7, Kyle Cifala 1, Griffin Hunt 2, Max Dingel 8, Jayce Boshart 2, Noah Borges 4, Jack Mundell 6, Will Hanson 2, Severin Steele 2); Heat 36 (Emmitt Irwin-6, Grady Irwin 8, Jacob Seymour 8, Jabin Arbeau 2,
Carmine Cupido 2, William Parisotto 2, Nathan Hibbert 8)

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Memorial Patches

As we begin league play tonight you will notice three memorial patches on uniforms in the league.

A PETE patch appears on all uniforms and is to commemorate the life and contributions of league founder Don “Pete”Petersen. Don started the league as a 17 year old caretaker at St. Patrick School and that commitment to the children in his neighbourhood has grown in to the 38 team program we enjoy today.

All of the Biddy Division uniforms also carry a MR patch in memory of, and to commemorate the contributions made to the league by Mike Robertson. Mike lived beside St. Pat’s, and spent his evenings at the gym in the role of referee for several divisions, but with a special attachment to the Biddy group. He was a huge supporter of our fundraising efforts and a significant behind the scenes contributor to our success.

The third memorial patch you will see on the Golden Gals uniforms in the Little Gals Division. These TVH patches are worn to commemorate the too short life of Trinity VanHeddegem, a player on the Golden Gals that passed away during her first season playing with us. The Trinity VanHeddegem Award is given annually at the banquet to a first year player in the Little Gals Division at the banquet.

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Biddy Division Scores

Results of Games Played Monday September 30, 2019

Grizzlies 30 (Lukas Dingel 11, Luke Sheppard 6, Garret Hopkins 6, Nicholas Chalmers 5); Ravens 26 (Marcus Repetti 6, Luca Repetti 4, Ethan Hope 3, Kian Azimi 3, Sullivan Ivens 2, Jacob Hollywood 2, Kaydin Costa-Babcock 2, Henry Yanovsky-Ball 2)

Orange 32 (Kyler Salter 7, Mason Irwin 5, Justin Ibeakanma 4, Jacob Machado 4, Cash Baker 4, Rowan Hicks 2, Saki Braun 2, Yabu Montalvo 2, Tyler Flake 2); Raptors 18 (Owen Kirby 6, Ryker Brunette 4, Ryan Badour 4, Cameron Lucas Campbell 2, Owen Wallace 2)

Magic 28 (Adam Mignault 10, Gabriel Boundzanga 8, Troy Dodier 4, Shane Ellerbeck 2, Merik Moore-Vickery 2, Dayshawn DaSilva 2); Vikings 21 (Owen Maloney 6, James Webb 4, Finn Henderson 4, Weston Cooper 2, Cooper MacNeil 2, Grady Sneddon 2, Dylan Suarez 1)

Suns 30 (Reed Mastorakas 12, A.J. Carscallen 6, Jacob Girard 6, Kauden Cox 4, Parker Hollywood 1, Liam Olding 1); Tarheels 27 (Luca Viera 13, Presley Wilson 8, Noah Kahlen 2, Samuel Sousa 2, Miles Cantarutti 2)

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Queen’s and St. Lawrence Basketball Schedules for October

Here are the scheduled home games for the men’s and women’s teams at Queen’s and St. Lawrence for the month of October. We will post the November games at the end of October. This is a chance to see exciting basketball AND support the players and programs that support us.

October 10 Queen’s men at St. Lawrence College 7pm
October 11 Sheridan at SLC Men time 6pm
October 17 Memorial University at SLC men 7pm
October 17 Ottawa at Queen’s men 6 pm
October 18 Concordia at Queen’s women 6pm
October 18 Memorial at Queen’s men 8 pm
October 19 Cape Breton at Queen’s women 4pm
October 19 Regina at Queen’s men 6pm
October 20 Brock at Queen’s women 2pm
October 20 Heritage College at SLC men 4 pm
October 25 Centennial at SLC women 6 pm
October 25 Centennial at SLC men 8 pm
October 26 Georgian at SLC women 1 pm
October 26 Georgian at SLC men 3 pm

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St. Lawrence College Tournament

This weekend the St. Lawrence College Men will play host to their annual pre-season tournament on Friday and Saturday. They open the tournament Friday at 4 pm with a game against St. Foy. When they play Saturday will depend on how they do that game. This is a chance to support the program that has been a big supporter of what we do.

I will post shortly the schedules for both the Queen’s and St. Lawrence men’s and women’s programs for the month of October to give you a chance to support the players that gave up their time to run shooting clinics for you.

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Clothing Sales Reminder

We have resumed selling clothing in all divisions on game nights from now until the end of games on October 24. Short sleeve t shirts ($15), long sleeve T shirts ($20), caps and touques ($15) and special order hoodies ($35) are available. Don’t put off your purchase!

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ATTENTION GRADUATE DIVISION PLAYERS, PARENTS AND COACHES

Because of a conflict at Ecole Cathedrale on Monday December 9, the games on the printed schedule for that date have been moved to Tuesday December 10 in the same order, beginning with game 1 at 7 pm. Here is the new schedule for that date.

Tuesday, December 10 2019
7:00 Sixers  vs Bulls

8:00 Hawks vs Celtics

9:00 Heat vs Warriors

The web site schedule has been updated.

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65th Anniversary Celebration

On Friday November 22, 2019 we invite former players, volunteers and supporters to join our current volunteers at the Queen’s Inn on Brock Street starting at 7 pm in a celebration of the history of the league that Don “Pete” Petersen founded 65 years ago. It will be an evening of shared stories, memories, laughter and camaraderie as we celebrate the special bonds formed from being part of something so unique in our community.

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