OFSAA Here We Come... 02.25.15
The RND Panthers came out flying in the first two sets serving tough and playing great defence in jumping ahead of L'Escale 2 games to 0. The Panthers lost some intensity in the 3rd and slowed down a bit as L'Escale came back to win 25-23. Tied 20-20 in the fourth the Panthers won a crazy long rally to jump ahead and close out the match 25-20 (25-17,25-13,23-25,25-20). Leftside Norah Lloyd-Ellis showed why she is one of the best volleyball players to ever play at Regi with 15 kills while middle Teigen Rook and rightside Bridget Mulholland combined for 12 kills and 10 blocks. Setter Annie Kennedy ran a great offence and led RND with 35 assists. OFSAA here we come!!!!!
Click Here - to see the OFSAA Provincial Championship Girls Volleyball Web Site.

EOSSAA Volleyball Webcast - Wednesday 02.24.15
Join broadcasters Tom (Two Time KBA Champion) McCabe and Luke (Rusty) Webb as they call all the action on the High School Cube.


Double Dose of Championships

Senior Girls Volleyball - KASSAA Champions 02.24.15
By CLAUDE SCILLEY - www.sportkingston.ca
Like the sales person who works to pique the interest of the potential customer, the Sydenham Golden Eagles twice captured the attention of the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers Monday night.
Neither time, however, could they close the deal.
As a result, the Panthers left the Queen's Athletics and Recreation Centre with the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association senior girls volleyball championship for the fourth year in a row.
Regi, undefeated through 11 regular-season and three playoff matches, prevailed 3-0 (27-25, 26-24, 25-16). The Panthers will host L'Escale of Rockland in a challenge contest for the EOSSAA triple-A championship, Wednesday at 1 p.m.
The Eagles will now advance and play for the double-A EOSSA championship, in a tournament Sydenham will host on Thursday.
In each of the first two sets Monday night Regi found itself trailing 22-21.
"We called a timeout, there were missed serves after each one of those timeouts, and that was huge," Panthers coach Pat Farrell said. "We got the ball back and we started to grab momentum from there.
"If (Sydenham) wins one of these first two sets, it gives them a little bit of life, but we stayed on top of them and that was key."
If there's anything about this particular team that distinguishes it from others Farrell has coached at Regi, he said it would be its closeness.
"We have excellent leadership," he said. "We had a lot of new kids come in, Grade 11s, but our two captains, Jasmine Zahra and Norah Lloyd-Ellis, really took them under their wings. We've got two players in Grade 10 and they were really nervous coming to play on the team but our older veterans really took over and made everybody feel comfortable.
"That's the difference. We don't have people on the bench complaining about playing time. It's team first."
That manifests itself, Farrell said, in a certain kind of resilience.
"The older I get as a coach, the more I see the mental side of the game," he said, "and that's something where we've been really, really strong, in terms of when we fall behind. We fell behind in both the first two sets but the girls hung right in there, didn't give up, got the momentum.
"Volleyball's a big momentum game. We were able to grab back the momentum."
Farrell noted the play of a couple of his players: Logan Rook, who came off the bench to play left side in place of the injured Hailey Wolfgram, and setter Annie Kennedy.
"Our Grade 11s have done a really nice job," he said. "We had a nice setter battle at the first of the year but as the year went on, Annie sort of took over the job, in terms of her athleticism. It was nice when she had two big (plays at the net). It's nice when the 5-3 player comes out and does that.
"Logan came in and did a wonderful job. That's not always easy to come in when you're not the starter and play in a KASSAA championship game."
Monday's clash was a match of the league's two dominant programs. Regi has now won five of the last six senior
championships, and Monday's title was its sixth dating to 2002. In that time, Sydenham, 10-1 in the regular season this year, has won five KASSAA crowns.In those 14 years, only three others schools won a county title, and none of them did it more than once.

RND Junior Girls Volleyball - KASSAA Champions 02.24.15
In the opening game of KASSAA championship action the RND Junior Panthers repeated as league champions capturing an exciting five set victory over the Bayridge Blazers.
RND and BSS swapped sets with the Panthers taking the first, third and fifth (15-10) sets.
The game saw several momentum changes that had a direct impact over the quality of play and the score. The Panthers were able to prevail in the marathon contest because of their ability to focus and execute in the games most crucial moments. Bayridge took RND to the limit with a strong combination of defense and hitting. Both teams struggled with their serving percentages.
The KASSAA Championship was RND's second consective and seventh since 2003. See a complete list of the successes of the Junior Girls Volleyball team - Click Here.
Congratulations Panthers.

EOSSAA Wrestling Report 02.19.15
"Congratulations to the Regi Wrestling Team who won the EOSSAA team title again yesterday. That makes 27 of the past 30 years....time to get a new banner for the gym.
Gold medal winners were : Matt Jansen, Hunter Turner, Justin Fox, Benny Zahra, Alan Kiloran, Ameen Aghamiria and Phantasia Gee.
Silver medalists were: Ben Micalef, Ricky Martinez, Matt Jewel, Sean Selbie, Ben Selkirk and Maddy Foster
Bronze medalists were: Isaac Kilpatrick and Kaitlyn Myles
Good luck to those wrestlers heading to OFSAA, March 2 , 3, 4 in Windsor two weeks."

On to the ARC 02.19.15

Junior Girls Volleyball: The RND Junior Girls volleyball team defeated Lasalle in 3 straight sets thanks to their great defense and energy on and off the court. Emma McLean lead the team with her smart play and 12 kills, while setter Natasha Blanchet had 15 assists.

Senior Girls Volleyball: The Panthers advanced to the KASSAA finals with a convincing 3-0 (25-12,25-13,25-21) win over Bayridge. Leftside Norah Lloyd-Ellis led RND with 8 kills while setters Annie Kennedy and Alex Demers combined for 17 assists.

Tuesday Results from Playoffs and Finales 02.13.15
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers rode some tough serving in beating LCVI 3-0 (25-5,25-6,25-14) in quarterfinal action. Leftside Logan Rook served 11 in a row in the second set and Leftside Hailey Wolfgram had 5 kills to lead to Regi.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The RND Junior Girls played like a playoff ready team today, making minimal errors and capitalizing on their opportunities. With great play from Chole Cabral and Belle Mega de Groot in the middle and tough serving from the entire team the girls defeated L.C.V.I. In 3 straight sets.
Girls Hockey: The Panthers jumped out to a 3-0 lead, lead by team captain Madison Kyle. It was an impressive battle between both teams until late in the 3rd period when Frontenac scored 2 late goals in the 3rd period. The panthers then locked down the game and played a strong defence to hold the lead. RND High Scorers: Madison Kyle (2 G, 1 A), Kassidy Ford (1 G), Sam Kim (1A), Danae O'Neil (1A), Shae Thompson (1A), Adele McParlan (1A)

Regular Season Finale vs Frontenac 02.11.15
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers continued their strong play with a convincing 3-0 win (25-7,25-9,25-16) over Frontenac. Like she has done all year, left side Norah Lloyd Ellis was dominate in all aspects of the game leading Regi with 10 kills and 12 service points. Rightside Bridget Mulholland has hit her groove the last couple of weeks and had 7 kills and 4 blocks against the Falcons.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The junior girls played well throughout the match, with Adrienne Graham serving 11 service aces, Daniella Gilmour leading the team with 7 kills, and Melissa Beland's great passing. Ben Plazzota's pep talk about his 15 stuff blocks last night with the regi alumni volleyball team, it really motivated the girls to play some playoff style volleyball. Good job girls!

Gryphons and Panthers 02.10.15

Junior Girls Volleyball: The junior girls played well throughout the match, a 3 - 0 win over Granite Ridge Education Centre. Adrienne Graham served 11 service aces. Daniella Gilmour lead the team with 7 kills, and Melissa Beland assisted with great passing. Good job girls!
Senior Boys Basketball: The Panthers captured their seventh KASSAA victory when they defeated the Gryphons in the new gymnasium at GREC. Highlight of the game - a "no doubt" three from Machine.

Big Win Versus Frontenac 02.09.15

Girls Hockey: After being down two goals the, lady panthers battled back to score 3 goals and take the lead. After Frontenac tied the game at 3 the Kassidy Ford scored the game winning goal. RND High Scorers: Madison Kyle 1G, 1A, Mairead Corrigan 2G, Kassidy Ford 1G, Lilly Dickson 1A, Kaitlynn Sherboneau 1A, Shae Thompson 1A.

Thursday Versus Sydenham 02.04.15
Junior Girls Volleyball: The Regi Junior Girls Volleyball team started off slow today dropping the first set to the Sydenham Golden Hawks. They bounced back with three consecutive wins, with lots of help from a loud bench. Natasha Blanchet led the team with 13 assists, while Jillian Barnes' excellent consistent play throughout the match helped lead the team to victory.
Senior Girls Volleyball: The Senior Panthers solidified the position on top of the KASSAA league with a convincing 3 - 0 (25-19,25-21,25-21) win in Sydenham.

The Home Stretch 02.03.15
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers came out flying in the first set jumping ahead at one point 17-6 on their way to a 3-0 (25-10,25-21,25-23) victory over a tough KCVI team. In the second set the Panthers withstood a KCVI run and played some great defence to keep the momentum on the Regi side. Leftsides Norah Lloyd-Ellis and Hailey Wolgram were awesome at the net combining for 14 kills while setter Annie Kennedy continued her strong play with 23 assists.
Boys Hockey: RND got back into the win column against LCVI at Cataraqui. Calum Tomlin led the offensive attack with a hat trick for the Panthers. Next up, big games against the Falcons and Crusaders to finish the regular season.RND High Scorers: Mitchell Larabie - 2 Goals, Zac Greenlees - 2 Goals, Justin Saba - 2 Goals, Cal Tomlin - 3 Goals, Dexter Hughson - 1 Goal, Elliot McDermott - 1 Goal.
Senior Boys Basketball: Both the Panthers and KCVI Blues were eager to return to KASSAA competition as the very competitive league turns for the home stretch. Both squads deliberately pushed the pace from the opening tip, KC on offence and RND with defensive pressure. The Panthers were able to control the tempo of the contest and turn tips and deflections into transition opportunities. RND opened a gap with a 9-2 run just before half. With a 9 point half time edge the Panthers focused on offensive execution in the third frame scoring 19 to widen the margin. The Blues made a run early in the fourth but couldn't sustain the effort as the game ended 55 - 30 for RND.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The Panthers played a well rounded match winning 3-0 over the KCVI Blues. They served tough throughout the match and took care of their side of the court.

One Shot from a Sweep on Thursday01.16.15
Senior Girls Volleyball: The Panthers remain undefeated on the year after a convincing win against Holy Cross 3-0 (25-20,25-18,25-14). Leftside Norah Lloyd-Ellis continued to prove why she is one of the best players in the senior loop with 14 kills. Player of the game Annie Kennedy made some great decisions and wound up with 13 assists. Libero Alex Gilmour played her best game of the year and started the Panther offence with her great passing.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The Junior Panthers continue to improve and played a strong game on their home court versus Holy Cross. RND swept their rivals 3 - 0 go into the examination break with a KASSAA regular season record of 8 -- 0.
The 26th Annual Memorial 01.16.15
There were numerous "winners" at the 2015 Memorial last night at Holy Cross. The crowd came away satisfied with entertaining and high quality basketball action in both the Junior and Senior contests. Fans were also entertained by the Toronto "Raptor" who teased officials and players, tossed T-shirts and "devoured" some spectators.
RND fell just short of a win in the Junior contest, dropping a 48-46 decision. However the game displayed the improving play of the Panther Junior Boys Basketball squad. The Senior Boys Basketball team produced their most complete game of the year, so far, rallying from an early deficit and then effectively holding an advantage and closing out an important win 61-56. You can see a complete story about the Memorial Senior Game on www.sportkingston.ca
However, the biggest winner last night was the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario as the Catholic High School communities of the Kingston area again combined forces to raise awareness and funds in support of those Fighting Cancer. After 26 years the depth of commitment and energy displayed by the many people who volunteer their talents to this great event is a testiment to it's founder Paul Halligan and his good friend Peter Carty. Thank you to everyone who helped out and contributed. See you next year in the CND gym at Regiopolis-Notre Dame.

The 26th Annual Memorial 01.14.15

A traditional highlight of the high school sports season, the Memorial Boys Basketball games between Regiopolis-Notre Dame and Holy Cross will take place Thursday at Holy Cross. The Junior contest tips at 6:00 with the Senior tilt following at 8:00.

In addition to competing for basketball bragging rights Kingston's two Catholic high schools fight to raise money to support the Cancer Centre of Southeastern Ontario with a total of in excess of $330 000 begining donated over the 26 years from the different activities that are tied to the event.

RND fans can catch some KASSAA Girls Volleyball in the CND gym (Senior 3:30-Junior 5:00) before heading west to pack the HC gym in Garnet and Gold. In addition to the noise and spirit that has made RND fans famous, the Toronto Raptors Mascot is headed to Kingston to lend his support to the Memorial.

You can see more information and history of this great event on the web pages dedicated to the Memorial on the RND Scoreboard web site - Click Here.

On The Road Tuesday 01.13.15
Junior Girls Volleyball: The Junior Girls Volleyball team won today versus Marie Rivier 3 sets to 0. Adrienne Graham led the team with 9 service aces, Grace Taugher used her newly acquired blocking skills to lead the team with 7 blocks, Maddy O'Coin did a great job swinging from the left side, and Sophie Thornburn passed extremely well throughout the entire match. Great job girls!
Junior Boys Basketball: A solid team effort saw the RND Panthers cruise to a 53-29 victory over the Bayridge Blazers. Tough defence saw RND jump out to a 29-6 halftime lead, and the Panthers wouldn't look back. Matt Nowak (12 pts) led all scorers, while Simon Amey and Michael Rowsell chipped in 10 points each in the victory. RND High Scorers: Matt Nowak - 12 pts, Simon Amey - 10 pts, Michael Rowsell - 10 pts.
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND senior girls teamed struggled at times today with first contact but came away with a 3-1 (25-14,27-25,21-25,25-14) win over Marie Rivier.

2015 - Back to Work 01.06.15

Junior Girls Volleyball: The RND Junior Girls were back at it again winning 3 sets to 0 on Thursday night. Emma McLean showed great veteran leadership, serving for multiple service points and keeping the team motivated, while middle Grace Taugher lead the team with 11 kills.

Junior Boys Basketball: A balanced effort from all players saw the Panthers see off the QECVI Red Raiders in the first game after the Christmas break. Matt Nowak led all scorers with 17 points, while rookie Nick Vallier chipped in 10 points of his own. RND High Scorers: Matt Nowak - 17 pts, Nick Vallier - 10 pts.
Senior Girls Volleyball: RND returned after the holidays a bit sluggish but was able to work through some of the kinks with their straight set victory over QECVI (25-6,25-11,25-12). Alex Gilmour was the player of the game with 4 kills and 5 digs while setter Hailey Wolfgram had 3 assists.
Senior Boys Basketball: Early on both teams struggled to shake off the rust from the Christmas Holiday. The Panthers found their tempo in the second quarter when their defensive organization forced QECVI into some difficult possessions. RND allowed only 4 points in the second frame and with contributions from the entire squad closed out a 59 - 40 victory. RND High Scorers: Duncan Lambert - 18, Eli Deluzio - 9
Boys Hockey: RND prevailed 4-0 today against a feisty team from Bayridge. Matthieu Hallé led the offence with a couple of goals; Callum Tomlin and Dexter Hughson also scored for the Panthers. Denver Torfason stood tall in the Panther's net to preserve the shutout. Next up, big games vs. LSS and Napanee. Scoring: Matthieu Hallé 2 goals, Callum Tomlin 1 goal, Dexter Hughson 1 goal, Adam Kim, Luke Donovan, Kelli Hawley, Mitch Larabie, Jarrett Roantree, Justin Saba - 1 Assist each, Curtis Marrison - 2 assists.

Wednesday Wrestling in Trenton 12.17.14
Despite the fog and rain yesterday, Santa made his way to the Trenton HS Invitational Wrestling meet and delivered a whole lot of medals to the Regi Wrestling team. Gold medals for Alan Kiloran, RJ Brazeau, Benny Zahra and mighty Matt Jansen The lone Silver medal went to Hannah Wilson while Bronze medalist were Kaitlyn Myles, Seth Hunt, Matt Burgess and Ben Selkirk. Strong performances turned in by Michael Melnyk, Jaqueline Santos, Joseph Hamilton and a gutsy performance by an injured, yet game, Peter Medeiros.

Western Hawks Test RND 12.16.14
Senior Boys Basketball: RND forced several turnovers early in the contest and cashed in with transition lay-ups to push out to a 22 - 5 advantage. The Golden Hawks countered early in the second frame to draw within 8. But just before half RND went on a run triggered by two corner three pointers by Enzo Romeo to again stretch out the advantage. The second half was a sloppy affair with too many turnovers and fouls. However the Panthers closed out a convincing win and now look forward to a Christmas break.
Junior Boys Basketball: RND closed out the pre-Christmas portion of the KASSAA schedule with a 67-37 win over NDSS. The game was blown open in the third quarter as Nick Elliott and Braiden Patry added some much needed energy and scoring. RND High Scorers: Matt Nowak - 13 points, Nick Elliott - 11 points, Braiden Patry - 10 points, Simon Amey - 10 points
Senior Girls Volleyball:The Panthers remained undefeated on the year with a straight set victory over Napanee (25-13,25-8,27-25). Setter Annie Kennedy had 14 assists while Player of the Game Norah Lloyd Ellis had 6 kills and 18 service points.
Junior Girls Volleyball:The RND Panthers improved to 5-0 on the season defeating Napanee 3 games to 0.
Girls Hockey: The Lady Panthers had a strong game where they controlled the play for the majority of the game. The Panthers defence was able to hold ESS to less than 10 shots while compiling over 40 shots on the ESS net. Alexis Pereira had a strong debut in net for RND posting a 4 - 0 shut out win. RND High Scorers: Mairead Corrigan 1G 1A, Katelyn Sherboneau 1G 1A, Lilly Dickson 1G 1A, Madison Kyle 1G, Alyssa Cordeiro 1A, Zoey Perault 1.

A Mid-Town Opponent on Thursday 12.11.14
Senior Boys Basketball: The Panthers pounced on the Loyalist Lancers in the first quarter opening up an 18 - 7 gap in the frame behind 12 points from Duncan Lambert. From then on RND remained focused on both ends of the court and were assisted by some hot outside shooting going 8 for 16 from outside the arc. 11 Panthers scored in the game.
Junior Boys Basketball: Piers Elms paced the RND half court attack with 32 points against LCVI. The Panthers moved to 2-1 on the season with a 59 - 40 victory.
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers were both good and bad at times in defeating the Lancers from Loyalist 3 games to 1 (25-15,25-18,22-25,25-15). Left side Norah Lloyd Ellis showed once again why she is one of the best players in the senior loop leading RND with 11 kills. Rookies Hailey Wolfgram and Logan Rooks played solids matches combining for 10 kills and 18 service points.
Junior Girls Volleyball: With a great team effort on the court and the bench the Regi Junior Girls Volleyball Team was able to overcome a slow start and win 3 sets to 0 against LCVI. With great passing and 15 service points Emma McLean lead the team, while Chloe Cabral lead the team with 10 kills. Great job girls!

Puck Panthers Take it Up a Notch 12.10.14
The precocious Panthers go into the Christmas break with three consecutive wins under their belts. Mitch Larabie led a balanced Panther attack with a hat trick in their win over Ernestown. The H2K line (Halle, Hughson and Kim) found the net six times on the afternoon. Zac Greenlees rounded out the scoring for RND. Next up for the youthful Panther squad is the indomitable and seasoned RND staff team at the M-Centre next Tuesday. The young Panthers will have to bring their A-game next week, to be sure.
Panthers Take Centre Stage 12.09.14
Boys Hockey: RND moved to 2 and 0 on the season with a victory over the Golden Eagles at the Invista Centre. Speed and puck movement proved the difference for the Panthers as they notched six unanswered third period goals. Mathieu Hallé led the way with a hat trick; Dexter Hughson had a 6 point game (1G, 5A) and Denver Torfason was solid in net for the Garnet and Gold. A great team effort. Next up, the Panthers close out the 2014 portion of the season against Ernestown. RND High Scorers: Mathieu Hallé - 3 G, Justin Saba - 1 G, 2A, Elliot McDermott - 1G, 2A, Dexter Hughson - 1G, 5A, Curtis Marrison, Adam Tripp, Mitchell Larabie, Josh Andrews - 1A, Adam Kim - 2G, 1A, Mason Baker - 1G, 1A
Junior Boys Basketball: Out in Odessa the game was tied 9-9 after the first quarter. RND outscored ESS 17-4 in second quarter with baskets by seven different players. The breakout quarter created an advantage that solid Panther defence never let waiver. RND closed out a 46 - 27. RND High Scorers: Michael Rowsell- 10, Matt Nowak - 8, Carson Payne - 8.
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers played a strong match tonight in defeating Ernestown 3-0 (25-14,25-21,25-13). Leftside Norah Lloyd-Ellis had 7 kills while Jasmine Zahra continued her great serving with 23 service points. Setters Alex Demers and Annie Kennedy combined for 20 assists.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The Regi Junior Girls Volleyball Team played their best team game of the year, as every player contributed to the win. Grace Taugher led the team at the net with 13 kills and 3 blocks, while rookie Adrienne Graham was dominant from the service line with 17 service points.

Thursday Battles With the Black Knights 12.04.14
Senior Boys Basketball: In RND's home opener both squads came out at a torrid pace putting up 32 combined points in the first 8 minutes. The shooting cooled off after that and RND went into halftime with a 25 - 23 advantage. Lasalle opened the half with a quick 6 - 0 run and the contest see-sawed back and forth until the final minutes. A couple of turnovers that lead to transition layups and a big three pointer by Nick Savoie with 90 seconds left helped give the Panthers the win. RND High Scorer: Duncan Lambert - 23.
Junior Girls Volleyball: After a slow start, losing the first two sets, the RND Junior Panthers never gave up and found some much needed energy on the court and the bench. Energy and serving became the backbone for winning the next 3 sets, especially in the 5th set winning 15-1. With confidence and leadership from Natasha Blanchet and Emma McLean serving for multiple point runs, it made the difference in team positivity and play. Great job girls for never giving up and playing every point! The Lasalle Junior Girls volleyball team scrabbled very well in the first two sets, and served very tough throughout the match.
Senior Girls Volleyball: RND improved to 2-0 on the year with a straight set victory (25-12,25-19,25-14) over LaSalle utilizing a whole team effort. Left side Hailey Wolfgram led Regi with 6 kills and 4 blocks. Setter Annie Kennedy led RND with 14 assists.

Terrific Tuesday Trifecta 12.02.14
Boys Hockey: The first game of the season for both squads saw back and forth play before Regi began to take the game over with a heavy forecheck and good puck movement. By the middle of the 3rd period the Panthers had the Blues on the ropes 3-0 but missed on a penalty shot that would have sewed up the victory. KCVI then began a late game push and generated different scoring chances on a Panther team that almost forgot to finish the game. In the end, KC popped one goal before the final whistle to make it a 3-1 victory for RND. RND High Scorers: Justin Saba 2 goals, Mathieu Halle 1 goal, Adam Kim 2 assists, Zac Greenlees 1 assist.
Senior Girls Volleyball: The RND Senior girls volleyball team played their first match of the year and came away with a straight set victory over Bayridge 3 games to 0, (25-15,25-11,25-21). Leftsides Norah Lloyd-Ellis and Logan Rook combined for 14 kills while setter Alex Demers led Regi with 15 assists.
Junior Girls Volleyball: The RND Panthers won their first match of the year against a good Bayridge team 3 games to 1 (25-22, 18-25, 25-18,25-20). Leftside Emma McClean led Regi with 12 kills and 14 service points while setter Natasha Blanchet had 20 assists.

KASSAA Opening Game - Girls Hockey Win 12.01.14
In an excellent start to the season for the Panthers the Girls Hockey squad defeated the Bayridge Blazers 6 - 0. The Panthers enjoyed scoring from all lines and a shutout from Grade 9 goaliekeeper Ameleah Planetta in her debut in the Garnet & Gold. RND High Scorers: Madison Kyle 1G 1A, Lilly Dickson 1G 1A, Kassidy Ford 1G 1A, Emily Hart 1G, Mairead Corrigan 1G 1A, Sam Kim 1G.

Winter Warriors Take Over 11.29.14
After one of the most successful Fall Sports seasons in recent memory the Winter Sports Student-Athletes at Regiopolis-Notre Dame now take to the court, ice and pool.
Panther fans should be reminded of a few points and policies that can be particularly helpful during the long Winter Season.
Game Schedules: Are posted on this web site and at www.kassaa.ca. These are the only "Official" versions of the league schedules and changes will happen on-line. Please DO NOT print copies of the schedule as they may be inaccurate after on-line changes occur.
Inclement Weather: If weather or bussing cancellations occur, information about after school programming (practices and games) will be posted on-line using this web site, the school's general web site; www.reginotredame.ca and www.kassaa.ca
The RND Scoreboard: With the long and often interrupted winter season, the RND Scoreoboard web site is the most reliable and up to date source for information about RND Panther Athletic Programming. See; rosters, game schedules, practice schedules, tournament planning, game results, action pictures, live web casts and more at www.rnd-panthers.com

2014-2015: Championships - Finalists
Another class of proud Panthers are adding to RND's reputation for athletic excellence. Click on the Team Names in the table below for a detailed report of the most recent successes of the Garnet & Gold.
OFSAA Gold Medalist
Midget Girls' Cross Country
OFSAA Gold Medalists
Senior Girls' Cross Country
OFSAA Gold Medalists
9 titles since 2002
10 titles since 2003
Back to Back KASSAA Crowns
Junior Football
KASSAA Finalists
Senior Football
KASSAA Finalist









Hits since Aug. 21, 2002: