February 24, 2013
What makes the CATS Sports Club different? Check out the articles
posted on the CATS web site - Click
Here - that help give some context to the structure and
decision-making of the CATS Sports Club.
CATS are beginning preparations for their sixth football campaign
under the leadership of RND teacher and coach Mr. John Paul Morgenstern.
Interested players can contact Mr. Morgenstern at: email@example.com.
The CATS will compete as part of the Thousand Islands Minor Football
League (www.TIMFL.com) An on-line
registration form is on the TIMFL web site. Players interested in
joining the CATS must select Kingston Central when completing the
on-line registration. A more complete outline for the CATS football
season ahead is posted as a separate file - Click
Here - or see the team site using the links in the left hand frame.
Work organizing CATS "rep" teams for the winter of 2012-2013
has begun. Please use the links in the lefthand frame to see more
information in preparation for another successful year of team and
skill building. Contact information for each CATS team is posted on
the team web sites.
CATS will hit the court for the eighth consecutive year under the
leadership of Ontario Championship coaches Mr. Pat Farrell, Mr. Jim
Londry . Tryout / Workout sessions begin on Monday, November 5 with
a complete schedule on the U14 Volleyball web pages.The CATS are an
important foundation of the OFSAA, EOSSAA and KASSAA championship
Boys and Girls Volleyball teams at Regiopolis-Notre Dame. These high
energy Monday evening practice sessions will build in preparation
for a series of tournaments in 2013. See the team pages for more information.
The CATS take a much different approach than most "Club"
or "Rep" teams. CATS players must keep their commitments
to school and school teams as their first priority. The CATS don't
require their players to "specialize" in one sport as athletic
skills overlap many different sports. A solid balance of skill building,
competition, fun and success are managed by our experienced coaches.
A clear example of this proven formula for success is found in the
group of former CATS players who are heading off in September 2012
to start their post-secondary experiences in the classroom and for
many on the playing field / court.
Austin Payne: CATS Volleyball 2007,
Kelsie Tobin: CATS Basketball 2009,
Wilfred Laurier University Women's Rugby
Clare Kenney: CATS Volleyball 2007,
- CATS Basketball 2009,
University Women's Basketball
Ellen Fargo: CATS Basketball 2009,
/ Trent University
Kiercy Latimer: CATS Basketball 2010,
/ University of
Ottawa Track and Field.
Brittany Almeida: CATS Basketball 2009,
University Women's Soccer
Mary Allward: CATS Volleyball 2007,
/ St. Francis Xavier
University Women's Volleyball
Clara Langley: CATS Volleyball 2007,
/ Cross Country & Track at Stony
Brook University, Long Island, New York.