Panther Productions - Championship Web Videos 07.11.06
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Field Hockey at OFSAA 11.03.05
Using the momentum from an unbeaten season the Field Hockey Panthers are poised for success on the provincial stage. The team web pages document the highlights of an unbeaten season and a second straight KASSAA championship. Click Here to see the Whig Standard Article outlining the girls seeding for the OFSAA tournament. Click Here to go to the OFSAA Field Hockey championships web site.
Field Hockey Update #4:
A brilliant season for the RND Girls Field Hockey team ended this afternoon at the OFSAA Provincial Championships in Waterloo. In quarter-final playoff action the Panthers were defeated 2 - 0 by the top seeded team, Notre Dame of Burlington.
The Girls should be very proud of their KASSAA and EOSSAA championships and the awesome way they represented Regiopolis-Notre Dame at OFSAA. All school day on Friday there was talk and wishes of good luck throughout the halls of RND.
Field Hockey Update #3: The Panthers dropped their final preliminary round game by a score of 2 - 1 to St. John Kilmarnock of Breslau, Ontario. Forward Mary Broeders scored for RND.
The Girls finished second in their pool and qualified for the playoff round of games which begins this afternoon. This is an outstanding accomplishment for RND Field Hockey.
In quarter-final action the 7th seeded Panthers will meet the number one seed from Notre-Dame CHS of Burlington at 2.15 pm.. Check back to the RND Scoreboard for quarter-final results from OFSAA and information about semi-final action on Saturday morning.
Field Hockey Update #2: RND came back from a 3-1 deficit to tie their second game 3 - 3 versus Forest Heights of London in the last few minutes. The Panthers were lead by the skills of center halfback Kate Gillis and the fantastic goal keeping of Whitney Desarmia. Great Garnet and Gold heart was displayed by all the RND players. Jaime VanWynsberghe, Casey Tulk and Niki Loyst came through with goals for the Panthers.
RND is tied with Forest Heights in our pool for first place. Tomorrow's/Friday mornings game is critical for our quarter final placement. Go Regi Go! (4:30 - 11.03.05)
Field Hockey Update #1: A goal from Nikki Loyst with only 10 seconds left lifted RND to a 2 - 1 victory over Michael Power/ St. Joseph of Toronto in the opening game of the provincial championships. Jaime Van Wynsberghe opened the OFSAA scoring for RND. Laura King added a crucial assist on the winning goal. (11:00 - 11.03.05)
Great Work Panthers !!
dramatic fashion Nikki Loyst banged home the winning goal on
a pass from Katy Gillis in the final minute of overtime to
push RND out to a KASSAA / EOSSAA Championship game victory.
The wild celebration that followed
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almost gave SHS a
chance to counter attack. Throughout
the contest RND swarmed the Sydenham goal and were
frustrated by big saves from the SHS keeper and by the
packed in defense of the Golden Eagles. However the
determination characteristic of this team and offensive
skills of the RND forwards helped keep the Panthers in
attack mode until they finally broke
to the tension was the fact that both teams had apparent
goals in regular time disallowed by the referees. The Girls
defended their KASSAA and EOSSAA championships in dominating
form capping off an undefeated season in front of a very
large, very loud and very cold crowd at RND.
Semi-Final Victory to Qualify for Championship Defense 10.20.05
Despite a strong initial outburst from the Frontenac Falcons great defensive play from the RND defense and halves, coupled with shut out goalkeeping by Whitney Desarmia help lead the Panthers to a convincing semi-final victory. Points for RND came from:Casey Tulk Goal - Assist Anne Bouvier, Casey Tulk Goal - Assist Kate Gillis, Jaime VanWynsberghe Goal, Casey Tulk Goal.
RND advanced to their fourth consecutive KASSAA final with a chance to defend their KASSAA crown on the RND - Brother O'Gara field on Wednesday afternoon. The RND Scoreboard will soon post more information regarding championship day and plans to support the Panthers as they make the final push towards a championship.
Quarter-Final Victory at Home 10.18.05
The first step in defending a KASSAA Crown is a quarter-final victory. The Panthers passed the first test when they dominated the Loyalist Lancers 7 - 0 on the Brother O'Gara field. Goal scorers for RND included Niki Loyst with 3 and Casey Tulk, Laura King, Angie Loyst and Jaime Van Wynsberghe with 1 goal each.
Cross Town Visit Proves Profitable for Panthers 10.12.05
A well balanced team attack let the Panthers finish the season unbeaten wrapping up their KASSAA campaign at Loyalist. Scorers for RND were; Kate Gillis (2), Nikki Loyst (2), Laura King (1). Whitney Desarmia shut-out the Lancers as the Garnet and Gold move to playoff action early next week.
Experienced Panthers Dominated Rookie Golden Hawks 10.06.05
The KASSAA champion Panthers hosted the Napanee Golden Hawks on the Brother O'Gara field. The experienced Panthers dominated Napanee, who is fielding a team for the first time. Laura King 1, Kate Gillis 2, Vikki Byrne 1 and Jaime VanWynsberge scored for RND who remain in first place in the KASSAA standings.
Cross-Town Challenge Ends in a Draw 10.05.05
Playing on the recently opened field at KCVI the Panthers managed a 1 - 1 versus the Blues.
Panthers Down the Falcons 09.29.05
RND notched their third consecutive shut-out for Whitney Desarmia while centre-mid, Kate Gillis, strategically controlled the play with her hits versus the Frontenac Falcons this afternoon at FSS. The Girls showed great defensive play throughout the game, and strong offensive action in the last quarter. Mary Broeders scored once with Jaime Van Wynsberghe banging in two goals.
Panthers Meet the Challenge From Across the Causeway 09.28.05
The Regi girls controlled the game, especially in the second half, with their smart and quick passes. Great goals by Casey Tulk and Nikki Loyst sealed the victory. Lasalle made several long drives attempting to break the RND shutout in a very well played game of field hockey.
Home Opener for 2005 - A Win Over Holy Cross 09.22.05