PH Classic on Thursday 10.22.14

Boys Volleyball: The RND Volleyball program travels to Holy Cross to test the Crusaders in afternoon action. The undefeated, KASSAA defending champion Senior squad starts the action at 1:00. The Junior Panthers, also looking to recapture their KASSAA title, will follow at 2:45.

PH Classic Basketball: One of the highlights of the Fall Sports Season is the Clash between the Crusaders and Panthers in the Annual PH Classic Games. Beyond a Basketball rivalry the two schools have an incredible history of common effort raising awareness and funds in support of the Breast Assessment Program at Hotel Dieu Hospital.
Think Pink on Thursday at Come Early to the CND gym for the Basketball Action and Surrounding Fun when the Junior squads tip-off at 5:30 followed by the Senior contest at 7:00.


AAA Opponent in the Falcons 10.21.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: The Panthers, hot off a win in their tournament last Saturday, came out flying against Frontenac and never looked back on their way to a 3 games to 0 (25-12,25-17,25-19) victory. Dylan Medeiros played a strong game with 6 kills and 3 blocks while setters Paul Bates and Carson Payne combined for 21 assists. Player of the game went to passing and digging machine Owen Lloyd-Ellis.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND continued to build momentum from their tournament play and beat the Frontenac Falcons in three straight sets (25-11,25-16, 25-17). Liam Huntley lead the squad with 6 kills and Enzo Romeo had 2 aces and 3 digs to help strengthen RND's play in the back court. Next up is a battle of unbeaten KASSAA teams at Holy Cross.
Senior Girls Basketball: RND was able to get off to a good comfortable lead with an 18-8 halftime score. Fresh legs allowed the Panthers to run for the whole game but the Falcons got into a little foul trouble leaving them with fewer players to keep up. RND secured a convincing victory.

Cathy Joyce Memorial Victory over Holy Cross 10.20.14
The Panthers took to the Brother O'Gara field to challenge the Crusaders in the Cathy Joyce Memorial with the victor securing first place in the KASSAA regular season.
RND dominated play early on and after several close attacks Christina Tavares banged in a rebound behind the HC keeper to put RND up by a goal. Only a few minutes later the Crusaders countered with the own marker and the teams went into the half-time break knotted 1-1. The second half was also of high quality as the teams played a quick transitioning game between offensive and defensive play. Christina Tavares tallied again for the Panthers half way through the second half. RND keeper Lize Freundorfer who was strong throughout the contest, was steady in the final minutes with HC pressing for the tying marker.
Football in the West at Napanee 10.16.14
Senior Football: The Panthers continued their winning ways with a 28 - 0 shut out victory at NDSS over the Golden Hawks. RND High Scorers: Tyrell Downer TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, Nick Carrierre FG, Nick Carrierre Rouge, Jake McFadden TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, Connor Tobin TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, Jordan Pringle Single.
Junior Football: The Panthers traveled to Napanee and were lead by the strong play by back up QB Logan Leonard on the way to a convincing victory. RND High Scorers: 2 TD's Josh Andrews, 1 TD Tyler Downey, TD Luke Donovan, TD Serge Berume, 5PATs Anthony Rego, FG Anthony Rego, Fg Mitch Blasko
Volleyball in Sydenham 10.17.14

Volleyball in Sydenham 10.17.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: The RND Junior Panthers played a solid game in beating Sydenham 3 games to 0 (25-14,26-24,25-18). The Panthers had great intensity and moved well as a team. Leftsides Andrew Borschneck, Elliot McDermott and Mitchell Larabie combined for 18 kills. Mr. Versatile Dylan Medeiros had a great all around game with 5 kills, 10 service points and 4 digs.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND Boys remained undefeated in another straight sets victory over the Golden Eagles of Sydenham (25-22, 26-24, 25-16). A very determined and well coached Sydenham team pushed the RND boys to their limits. In the 3rd set, the on court energy of Angus Fay, Nathan Burtch and Liam Huntley propelled the Panthers to the victory.

Basketball at Home 10.17.14
Senior Girls Volleyball: Back on Regi's original hard court after a long weekend without basketball the Panthers were ready to run vs the Sydenham Golden Eagles . RND started the game with intense defence and excellent ball movement. Every Panther contributed in the game without the speed of the game decreasing as RND secured a 43-23 win.

Football in the West at Napanee 10.16.14
Senior Football: The Panthers continued their winning ways with a 28 - 0 shut out victory at NDSS over the Golden Hawks. RND High Scorers: Tyrell Downer TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, Nick Carrierre FG, Nick Carrierre Rouge, Jake McFadden TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, COnnor Tobin TD, Nick Carrierre PAT, Jordan Pringle Single.
Junior Football: The Panthers traveled to Napanee and were lead by the strong play by back up QB Logan Leonard on the way to a convincing victory. RND High Scorers: 2 TD's Josh Andrews, 1 TD Tyler Downey, TD Luke Donovan, TD Serge Berume, 5PATs Anthony Rego, FG Anthony Rego, Fg Mitch Blasko
Volleyball in Sydenham 10.17.14
Volleyball in Sydenham 10.17.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: The RND Junior Panthers played a solid game in beating Sydenham 3 games to 0 (25-14,26-24,25-18). The Panthers had great intensity and moved well as a team. Leftsides Andrew Borschneck, Elliot McDermott and Mitchell Larabie combined for 18 kills. Mr. Versatile Dylan Medeiros had a great all around game with 5 kills, 10 service points and 4 digs.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND Boys remained undefeated in another straight sets victory over the Golden Eagles of Sydenham (25-22, 26-24, 25-16). A very determined and well coached Sydenham team pushed the RND boys to their limits. In the 3rd set, the on court energy of Angus Fay, Nathan Burtch and Liam Huntley propelled the Panthers to the victory.
Basketball at Home 10.17.14
Senior Girls Volleyball: Back on Regi's original hard court after a long weekend without basketball the Panthers were ready to run vs the Sydenham Golden Eagles . RND started the game with intense defence and excellent ball movement. Every Panther contributed in the game without the speed of the game decreasing as RND secured a 43-23 win.

KASSAA Cross Country Championships 10.16.14

The day started off wet and muddy but this didn't slow down the RND cross country team. They finished second overall today at the KASSAA Championships held at Lemoine's Point.
Our midget girls captured gold. Brogan MacDougall led the race. Bridget Willemse was second,Megan Hynes fourth and Emma Taggart fifth. Daniela Rojas rounded out the group.
Our Senior girls were also the fastest team in the city. Branna MacDougall won, Cristina Tavares was second, Emma Adshade fifth, Samantha Mahoney eighth and our "rookie senior", Courtney Spratt was 21st. Kristina Nuvoloni and Alexandra Horeczy solidified the gold for the girls.
Each of our three boys teams won bronze today. Midgets were led by Joseph Horeczy (8th), Robert Lefebvre (12th) Gavin Bailey (13th), Lucas Sanders (23rd) and Hugh Hunt (24th).
Special shout out to our two Juniors, Maddy Smith and Maddy Foster. Great run girls.
Paul Bates raced to a silver medal with siblings Kevin and Julie cheering him on. Matt Janson, Liam Cregg and Benoit Lamere combined to win third quickest team.
Our senior boys started out VERY fast as they led for the first loop. Paul Sagriff managed to maintain his position and finished 6th but only 14 seconds behind first place. Congrats on the bronze to Paul Bouvier, Joseph Spratt, Anson Hunt, Michael Mirecki, Braiden Foster and Ben Selkirk.
The team treks to Petawawa next week for the Eastern Ontario Championships. Congrats on today and best of luck next week!
Senior Girls - KASSAA Cross Country Champs: RND continued their run to success at the KASSAA Cross Country Running Championship when the Panthers Senior Girls captured the team championship. Well Done: Alex Horeczy, Branna MacDougall, Cristina Tavares, Kristina Nuvoloni, Emma Adshade, Samantha Mahoney.

Midget Girls - KASSAA Cross Country Champs: RND started the day off on the right foot at the KASSAA Cross Country Running Championship when the Panthers Midget Girls captured the team championship. Congratulations to: Brogan MacDougall, Emma Taggart, Megan Hynes, Daniela Rojas, Bridget Williemse on their impressive results.


Field Hockey Terrific on the Turf at Tindall 10.15.14
The Panthers went to the Queen's Campus and defeated the KCVI Blues on the turf of Tindall field, 4 - 0. A shut out by Lise Freundorfer backstopped the win. Highlights of the night included an excellent short-corner goal by centre D Jas Zahra (her first career goal), and strong offensive play gave by our midfielders and forwards. RND Scorers: Lilly Dickson 2, Jen Cowan 1, Jasmine Zahra 1.
Friday Night Football - Catholic Cup 10.013.14
The Panthers collected two wins on Friday night defeating the Holy Cross Crusaders in the annual Catholic Cup games on the turf of the Invista Field.
Senior Football: By CLAUDE SCILLEY http://cscilley.wordpress.com/2014/10/11/regi-thumps-holy-cross-takes-lead-among-leagues-aaa-teams/
It was no surprise to the Holy Cross Crusaders that the Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers would try to pass their way to success Friday night. "We knew that they had scored (through) the air against KC, so we were aware that they were going to throw the ball," Crusaders coach Tim Pendergast said. Count Pendergast among many of the 1,000 or so at Caraco Field who were surprised to see the Panthers do it so well. "They were more successful at it than we had thought (they would be)," Pendergast said after his team suffered a 38-21 defeat in the annual clash of the city's Roman Catholic high schools. Panthers quarterback Quinton Auty had quite likely the game of his life, throwing touchdown passes of 15 and eight yards to Jordan Pringle and another of 58 yards to Tyrrell Downer. Amid those were completions of 77, 54, and 60 yards to Downer that set up, respectively, a 25-yard field goal by Nick Carriere just before halftime, Matteo Coimbra's one-yard touchdown run midway through the third quarter and Pringle's second TD three minutes after that. "He had a great game," Regi coach Ryan Poser said of Auty. "It was probably the best I've ever seen him throw the ball but he had a lot of support from his receivers fighting for position, fighting for the ball. "Tyrrell Downer was catching the ball at its highest point and coming down with it. Sometimes you don't have to be open if your receivers are going to fight for the ball." Pendergast admitted his team had no answer for the Regi deep ball. "It's hard to practice that. It's like an outfielder catching fly balls that never get hit to him. The first one that comes to you, you have to work your feet and get practice at facing those things and being in good position. "A couple of times (Downer) came down with the ball. It wasn't like the coverage was bad. The kid just made plays and the quarterback put it in a spot that he could make a play on." The win improved Regi's record to 3-1, second overall by half a game behind the Sydenham Golden Eagles, 3-0, but more importantly, first among AAA teams. Though the two touchdowns three minutes apart in the third quarter quickly took the game from 17-7 to 31-7, Poser said it was a sequence of plays in the first quarter that actually gave the game its tone. "We held them on the first series to a field goal (try) and ended up blocking the field goal," he said, "so instead of them going up 7-0 … it ended up being a 0-0 ball game and we got the ball back." The Panthers scored on the subsequent possession, when Coimbra, the linebacker and short-yardage specialist, scored the first of his two touchdowns. Regi led 14-0 at the end of the first quarter but Devon Christian capped a 65-yard Holy Cross drive with a one-yard TD run with 64 seconds left in the first half. Carriere's field goal gave the Panthers a 10-point advantage at halftime. Another long drive gave Holy Cross its second touchdown early in the fourth quarter, on a 20-yard run by Emmanuel Onwuemeodoss. The Crusaders final TD came with less than two minutes to play, on a 41-yard pass from quarterback Colin Walker to Jeremy Pendergast. Coach Pendergast lamented two turnovers in the first half, the first of which led to Pringle's first touchdown. "(They) disrupted some drives," he said. "When you're a running team and you turn the ball over on fumbles, it disrupts you when you're trying to wear the other team down. "Credit Regi. They came out prepared. They played with their heads and their hearts. They beat us in every part of the game." Indeed, Poser said, his team was ready to play. "The kids had prepared well," he said. "They watched film from last year and we kind of watched our game get away from us last time. This year they took a very professional attitude; played well fundamentally, kept our mouths shut and just played."
Junior Football: The Panthers opened the Catholic Cup with a convincing 31 - 7 win. RND High Scorers: 2nd quarter TD Run Nowak Convert Rego, Field goal Anthony Rego, 3rd quarter TD Run Matttew Nowak Convert Rego, Pass QB Elliott Belzile 5 yard pass to Braiden Patry, 4th TD Serge Berume Convert Rego. RND created a solid ground attack and controlled line of scrimmage all game.
Pre Turkey Games vs Bayridge 10.09.14
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND improved to 6-0 on the season with a straight sets victory over the Bayridge Blazers(25-23,25-12,25-15). Despite a sloppy start the Panthers were able to dictate the pace of play in the remaining two sets. Duncan Lambert lead the Panthers with 7 kills while Jeremy Arnold was the steadying influence defensively with 4 digs. Enjoy your turkey and the long weekend, a tough road lies ahead the rest of October.
Junior Boys Volleyball: The RND Panthers played a solid transition game tonight as they swept Bayridge 3 games to 0 (25-9,25-12,25-19). Rookie left side Michael Rowsell played his best game of the year with 5 kills, 4 service aces and 3 blocks and was awarded the game ball.
Junior Girls Basketball: Megan Rodrigues lead a strong RND team performance with 16 points. Following closely behind Rodrigues, Daniella Gilmour added seven points to the score sheet including a three pointer that fired up the team on offence. Ashley Padvaiskas poured in six points from the paint and Willow Thomas rounded out a solid performance in the second and third quarters with four points. Chloe Cabral and Brianna Brown came off the bench in the second half and stalled a strong BSS comeback with four points each. A balanced attack and strong defensive rebounding made the difference for the RND Panthers.
Senior Girls Basketball: RND started out really well on the floor at Bayridge with a 10-0 run. The dynamic defense and fast break style RND played proved to be too much. The second and third quarters were close but RND held the Blazers in check in the 4th quarter. RND High Scorers: Hailey Wolfgram 10 points.
Panthers Pressure on Home Court 10.07.14
The Panthers used defensive pressure and competitive intensity on the boards and with loose balls to stifle the offense of the Lasalle Black Knights. Despite shooting for a low percentage RND created a margin early in the contest and held it throughout on the way to a 43 - 14 victory. RND High Scorers: Rebecca Wendland = 11 points
Back from the North with Two Wins 10.07.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: The RND Panthers played a solid game against Granite Ridge coming away with a 3-0 victory (25-15,25-14,25-12). Left side Elliot McDermott had 5 kills and Michael Rowsell had 4 as the Panthers did a good job on offence.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND Senior Boys continued their winning ways with a straight set victory over the Granite Ridge Griffons (25-18,25-11,25-14). Eli Deluzio and Greg Borshneck led the Panther attack with 6 kills apiece.
Terrific Time at TISS 10.05.14
It was a beautiful day for the RND Cross Country team at TISS in Brockville. The MacDougall sisters "stole the show" as they both raced senior and finished 1st and second, completing the course more than two minutes ahead of their nearest competition. There were 121 racers in this event and collectively, our Senior Girls team won Gold. Cristina Tavares was 7th, Sam Mahoney 21st, Emma Adshade 32nd and Alexandra Horeczy rounded out the group.
Bridget Willemse also had a terrific performance as she finished 3rd in the Midget girls event.
Our senior boys were 4th overall. Paul Sagriff ran a strong race and was 10th out of 128 competitors. Congrats to Anson Hunt, Paul Bouvier, Joseph Spratt, our Polish recruit, Michael Mirecki and Ben Selkirk. Good luck next week at The Turkey Trot!
Thursday Results 10.05.14
Senior Girls Basketball: RND reigns today as the only undefeated senior girls basketball team in the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association, after they defeated the Holy Cross Crusaders 48-37 Thursday afternoon at Holy Cross.
The win was the fourth this year without defeat for Regi, while Holy Cross suffered its first loss after opening the season with a three-game winning streak.
Hailey Wolfgram and Rebecca Wendland led the Panthers with 12 points apiece. All of Wendland's points came from four shots beyond the three-point arc. Jennika Lapierre scored 10 points for Holy Cross.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND Senior boys improved to 4-0 on the regular season in front of a "pepped" up crowd. Set scores were 25-22, 25-14, 25-20. In a very streaky effort, the boys were able put together points in bunches, but unfortunately were inconsistent with their attack allowing the Blues to score on unforced errors. Steve Scott had 5 kills and 3 stuffs to lead the attack through the middle and Nathan Burtch was dependable from the setting position to chip in with 14 assists.
Senior Football: In front of an energetic crowd on the Brother O'Gara field RND defeated the combined forces of KCVI and QECVI; 35 - 3 RND High Scorers: Tyrell Downer, Matt Truelove, Nick Danielle-Reyes, Connor Tobin, Jordan Pringle, Nick Carierre.
Junior Football: With a strong balanced running attack led by Braiden Patry, Josh Andrews, Matt Micallef and Matt Nowak RND ran through the combined KCVI and QECVI squad for a convincing victory. The Panthers controlled ball on ground for most of the game. RND High Scorers: 1st...Matthew Nowak TD Anthony Rego PAT. Matthew Nowak TD PAT Rego. TD Malik Downer PAT Rego. 2pt safety. 2nd TD Braiden Patry. PAT Rego. TD Josh Andrews. PAT Rego. 3rd quarter Safety 1 pt. 4th quarter TD Mathew Micallef PAT Rego.

Field Hockey Flying High 09.30.14
Tuesday: The Field Hockey Panthers closed out September with a trip north to face the perennially strong squad from Sydenham. Ten minutesinto the contest, rookie Cristina Tavares scored, assisted by Jen Cowan. A second half goal on a short corner by Mairead Corrigan helped secure a victory for RND.
Monday: RND hosted Napanee and came away with a convincing 4 - 0 win. The Panthers cashed in their first two goals in the first half, and second two goals early in the second half. RND High Scorers: Jen Cowan, Cristina Tavares, Alexis Pereira, Lilly Kelly.


Volleyball at Nearby Loyalist 09.30.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: The RND Panthers improved 3-0 (25-9,26-24,25-22) on the season overcoming many unforced errors,missed serves and rotational problems. Setter Carson Payne was the RND player of the game with 12 assists and 5 digs while libero Adam Spies had 6 digs.
Senior Boys Volleyball: RND Senior Boys improved to 3-0 on the season with a straight set victory over the LCVI Lancers (25-20,25-16,25-16). Ogi Marceta had 11 service points to lead an improved Panther service attack and Duncan Lambert made his season debut and was impressive at the net as he recorded 8 kills. Next up is the KCVI Blues following the pep rally.


Home Court Happiness for Senior Panthers 09.30.14
RND fell behind giving up 10 points in the opening 4 minutes. From then on it was all Garnet & Gold as the Panthers pushed through the Falcons on the way to a 54 - 18 victory. The Panthers exhibited good defensive pressure. On the offensive end RND used good ball movement and inside play to break down the FSS zone. RND High Scorers: Hailey Wolfgram =13pts
Holly Kinstler =8pts.


Cross Country in KTown 09.26.14
The RND Cross Country team had a great day of racing at the Little Cataraqui Conservation Area. As an overall team they brought home the silver. Our Midget girls team won gold. They were led by Brogan MacDougall (1st), Bridget Willemse (2nd), Megan Hynes (4th), Emma Taggart (7th) and Daniella Roja (24th). Courtney Spratt was our top finisher in the junior girls race with her 10th place finish. Our Senior Girls team captured bronze overall. They were led by 3rd place Cristina Tavares. Sam Mahoney was close behind in 6th, followed by Emma Adshade (10th) and Alexandra Horeczy (38th).
Our midget boys had a tough break when Luke Sanders fell while in third as was unable to finish. Watch out for him next week along with Gavin Bailey won finished 9th, Robert Lefebvre (15th) and Hugh Hunt (26th). Junior boy Paul Bates had a terrific finish to outkick his opponent to capture gold and lead his team to a 4th place overall. Senior Boys were led by Paul Sagriff's 4th. Our senior boys finished second overall. The team competes next Friday at TISS. Best of luck!

Wins Out West 09.26.14
Junior Boys Vollleyball: The RND Panthers junior volleyball team went to 2-0 (25-7,25-11,25-2) on the season with a straight set win over Napanee. Left sides Elliot McDermott and Andrew Borschneck combined for 13 kills while setters Carson Payne and Paul Bates combined for 18 assists and 10 digs.
Senior Boys Volleyball: The RND Panthers downed the Golden Hawks in three straight sets (25-15, 25-15, 25-18)in senior boys volleyball action. David Krasna had 5 kills and Nathan Burtch recorded 18 assists to lead the way offensively for the Panthers. Angus Fay had 7 digs and provided much needed vocal leadership on the floor.


Nailbiting Win Over the Knights 09.26.14
On Wednesday it took the final play of the game to decide the Junior Football contest at Lasalle. Brandon Scovill sacked the LSS quarterback on 2 pt convert attempt to secure a one point victory for RND, 20 - 19.RND High Scorers: RND scorers1st quarter.. TD Matt Nowak, Covert Anthony Rego. 2nd quarter TD Passs from QB Elliott Belzile to Malik Downer Convert Rego, 3rd quarter TD Braiden Patry Run.
Regi vs the Ridge 09.23.14
Junior Girls Basketball: The Junior Panthers downed the Blazers of Bayridge Secondary School 41 - 20 this afternoon in the CND gym. A see saw first quarter later saw RND gain the advantage with transition baskets to open an advantage at half. Contribution from the entire team offensively held off a second half surge from Bayridge. RND High Scorers: Ashley Padvaiskas, Megan Rodrigues - 8, Daniella Gilmour - 7
Senior Girls Basketball: The Panthers continued their winning ways by downing the Blazers 44 - 22. The Panthers used a sucessful inside / outside attack to break down the BSS defense. Most notable was the intention to pound the ball inside with posts Teigan Rook and Norah Lloyd-Ellis dominating the paint.
In the Den of Les Dragons 09.23.14
Junior Boys Volleyball: Left side Andrew Borschneck dominated at the net with 10 kills while setter Paul Bates ran a great offence with 16 assists. Libero Owen Lloyd Ellis was a passing machine with 7 digs and middle Dan Niles had 5 blocks. RND capture the contest at ESMR, 25-9.25-12.25-22
Senior Boys Volleyball: The Senior Boys Volleyball team opened the KASSAA regular season with straight sets victory over Marie Rivier. The boys continued to struggle to find consistency from the service line but were much better with fixing sets off the net. David Spies came off the bench to lead the Panther attack from the antenna with 6 kills and Steve Scott added 5 from the middle. The boys continue their opening week on the road in Napanee on Thursday.
Field Hockey at Home 09.22.14
The Panthers hosted the Blazers from Bayridge in KASSAA Field Hockey action on the Brother O'Gara field. RND swarmed the BSS goal for most of the first half. The Blazer keeper made several good stops and the first frame ended 0-0. RND rushed the goal again and cashed in twice in the first six minutes of the second half. Rookie Cristina Tavares scored the first goal in the second half, followed soon after by Mikayla Roster. With 13 minutes left Bayridge scored on a rush to put some tension into the final minutes. RND regrouped and again held the majority of the play to secure the win.

Football Caps Opening Week Start 09.20.14
Junior Football: The Panthers dominated the first half putting 24 points in the board with a mix of long drives and defence busting long plays. Strong running by RND backs Matt Nowak,and Josh Andrews was mixed with the strong arm of QB Elliott Belzile, who completed 40 yard pass and run play to Andrews in 3rd quarter. The Eagles battled throughout continuing to counter the Panthers to the final whistle which saw RND capture the contest 31 - 21.RND Scoring: 1st quarter TD Regi Josh Andrews, PAT Anthony Rego, TD RegiJosh Andrews PAT Anthony Regi, 2nd quarter TD REGI Mathew Nowak PAT Anthony Rego, Field goal, Anthony Regi, 3rd quarter TD Regi Pass to Josh Andrews from QB Elliot Belzile, PAT Mitch Blasko
Senior Football: The Panthers and Eagles slogged through a sloppy affair to open the Senior Football season. RND scored in the second quarter with a 30 yard Quinton Auty completion to Jordan Pringle. Early in the third quarter Pringle connected on long field goal. RND looked strong on defense limiting the Eagles to less than 10 first downs over the entire game. Key to the field possession battle were three long punt returns for the Panthers. The offense looked good at times moving the ball on the ground. However the Panthers failed to convert several good scoring opportunities as they were hampered by penalties and missed assignments. An opening season win and a week of solid practice should strengthen RND before they move on to their next contest versus the Lasalle Black Knights. See the story from local sports reporter Claude Scilly - Click Here

Senior Basketball Success in Sydenham 09.18.14
RND used it's defence to break out to an early margin, holding the Sydenham Golden Eagles to a low shooting percentage. Substituting early and often the Panthers were able utilize their depth both defensively and offensively. 11 different Panthers scored with Logan Rook providing the spark with 14 points including 4, three point field goals. Annie Kennedy added nine more.


Last Minute Victory on the Pitch 09.17.14
Field Hockey: The Panthers fell behind early on the Berk Breen Field at Lasalle Secondary School when the Black Knights scored their first and only goal. Paola Finizio later countered to bring RND even. In the final minute of play Nora Ottenhof banged in the winning marker to pull out the victory for the Panthers. The contest was well played on both sides and will work to build the confidence of the young Garnet & Gold squad


Cross Country @ Trinity Meet 09.17.14
Each year the RND Panthers travel to Port Hope to compete in the Invitational Meet at Trinity College. Among the many features of this meet is the anticipation of the course and it's challenging hill. RND conquered the course with spectacular success with sisters Brogan (Midget) and Branna (Senior) Macdougall capturing Gold in course record times. In the Midget girls race Bridget Willemse was 4th and the RND Midget Girls team finished 2nd overall with Megan Haynes, Emma Taggart and Daniella Rojas. See complete results for individual runners and school teams on the meet web site - Click Here

Here We Go ... 09.15.14
Field Hockey: The 2014 KASSAA fall sports season opened today on the pitch when the RND Panthers traveled to Loyalist to face the Lancers. This was the first step for RND and the moved boldly to defend their KASSAA championship from 2013. Lilly Dickson, Mikayla Rostek, Mairead Corrigan, Jen Cowan (2) scored goals for the Garnet & Gold girls as they secured a convincing 5 - 0 win.
Weekend Tournament Results: 09.15.14
Senior Girls Basketball: The Panther traveled to the London to play in the highly competitive Purple and White Tournament hosted by the University of Western women's basketball team. RND swept their first three games to advance to the final four of the 32 team event. In the semi-final RND was overwelmed by defending OFSAA AAAA champions, St. Thomas More (Hamilton)
Football 09.15.14
Both the Junior and Senior Football teams competed in a series of scrimmages as part of the Causeway Classic at Lasalle SS on Friday, September 12. The exhibitions were a tune-up as the Panthers open the KASSAA regular season, at home on the Brother O'Gara field on Friday, September 19
Junior Boys Volleyball 09.15.14
The Panthers again sent two squads to the event at the Royal Military College of Canada as RND spread playing opportunities as widely as possible. After a long streak of championships, Mr. Ashcroft's team was upset in the final game. The event was a good primer as the Panther look to practice in advance of their trip to the McMaster University tournament on September 19, 20 and their KASSAA opener on Tuesday, September 23.


2013-2014 Championships - Finalists
Another class of proud Panthers added 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.
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
8 titles since 2002
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
9 titles since 2003
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Second Straight Undefeated Season
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Won Two Games at OFSAA
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
OFSAA Medalists
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Back to Back
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Undefeated Season
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Maxed Out Banner in the CND gym
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Back to Back KASSAA Titles
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
An Undefeated Season
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champs
Second Consecutive KASSAA Win
KASSAA Champs
Back to Back
Junior Boys Basketball
KASSAA Finalists
Junior Girls Soccer
KASSAA Finalist
Senior Girls Soccer
KASSAA Finalist
Girls Rugby
KASSAA Finalist-EOSSAA Champs
KASSAA-EOSSAA Champion
OFSAA Silver Medalists
OFSAA Track and Field - Shot Put
OFSAA Silver Medalists
OFSAA Track and Field - 1500 m
OFSAA BronzeMedalists
OFSAA Track - Steeplechase
OFSAA Bronze Medalists

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 














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