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Welcome to Grimsby Athletics

Girls Rugby - April to June

The Girls Rugby season runs from April - June. Last year the girls lost out to Beamsville in a tight playoff game. Not having a team for several years prior the girls look to build off last years experience and be more competitive this season. Follow along on the team website.

Grimsby Girls Rugby Website

Boys Varsity Hockey - October to March

Junior - Mr. Bosnic, Mr. Hruska and Mr. Piotrowski

Senior- Mr. Piotrowski, Mr. Bosnic

 
The Varsity Hockey season runs from mid October right up until March. The team will play approx 20-30 games with  30 practices in the morning before school hours. We are always looking for Grade 9 and 10 players.There are 2 mandatory practices each week along with one to two games a week. If you play rep hockey you are eligible to play high school hockey, however, you need to commit to both teams. The fee to play high school hockey is $250. 





Girls Hockey- Mr. Hruska Mr. Harshaw
November to March

Please follow along with the Girls hockey team by using the link below as they try to replicate last seasons success and advance to SOSSA and beyond.

GIRLS HOCKEY WEBSITE- CLICK HERE

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Swim Team - October to March

The 2013-2014 school year marks the first time in the history of Grimsby Secondary that we have had a swim team!  All students are welcome to participate--a basic knowledge of swim strokes and the abilty to tread water is the requirement.

There are two practices per week:  one in water at the Grimsby YMCA and one conditioning ("dry land") practice in the school gym.  We attend three formals meets, leading up to OFSAA, with several smaller
invitational meets during the season.

Rowing -  November to June

Rowing is a sport that requires hard work, dedication, the ability to work as a team and, most importantly, the ability to have fun.

Our rowing team has a long tradition of outstanding success with no less than 5 of our graduates going on to make the National Team and represent Canada on the world stage including the Olympic Games (Chris Jarvis) and World Championships at the junior level (Brandon Batey), senior (Jeff Bujas, Steve Van Knotsenberg), and U23 (Travis King). Emily Mann made the CanAmMex team two years in a row, won gold at the Stotesbury Cup in 2013 and has received a scholarship from the University of Massachusetts.   Aly Derksen and Skylar Goudswaard won Gold in the Junior Girls Double in 2014.

Training for the school season begins in the Spartacus room in November. Students new to the sport learn the mechanics of the rowing stroke on the ergometer and begin to build their cardiovascular base. This involves rowing on the erg, running and circuit weights. Experienced rowers begin a more advanced program to further increase their fitness base.

At the beginning of April, rowers begin on the water. Practices are everyday and regattas take place on weekends. Some rowers begin their days at 5am! We participate in various regattas locally like Mothers Day and the Canadian Secondary School Rowing Championships (Schoolboy) as well as in regattas out of town like the Stotesbury Cup in Philadelphia, PA. The rowing season ends the first weekend of June with the Schoolboy Regatta.

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Badminton - January to May

Students must provide their own racquet and be in proper physical educational attire.  This activity runs from January - May.  In April, the badminton team participates in interschool competition at all three age classifications.


Baseball-Mr. Harshaw, March to June

Baseball is a spring activity that begins practice after the March Break and culminates at the end of May with a championship day tournament to determine the league champion.  Baseball is open to all GSS students.

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Boys Basketball-Mr. Gilbert-November to March

Basketball is offered at the junior and senior levels and runs from mid-November to the end of February.  Each team plays a 10-12 game schedule with playoffs to follow.  Tournaments entered number three to four per team and usually run on weekends.  Practices are held daily and could be either before or after school.  Uniforms are provided by the school.  Students must provide their own running shoes.  Twelve-fifteen students are selected for each team.


Girls Basketball- Mrs. Courchesne, Ms H. Smith September to November

Do you 'rule the paint', throw 'three-pointers from downtown', or would just love to try?  Then join the junior or senior Girls' Basketball team!  Each team plays a 10-12 game schedule (play-offs to follow) in a season that runs from September until mid-November.  Practices are held three to four times to week, before    and/or after school.  Uniforms are provided, but students must provide their own appropriate shoes.  Twelve – fifteen students are selected for each team.  If you'd like to be one of them, come and try out for the Girls' Basketball team!


Cross Country-Bachhus, LeBeau-September to November

The cross country program is composed of boys’ and girls’ midget, junior and senior teams. Practice includes hills on Monday nights and speed work Thursday nights.  Running practice is every night after school.  Zone is mid-October.  SOSSA is the last week of October.  OFSAA is early in November.  Parents are needed for driving and moral support.


Curling-November to March

Both boys’ and girls’ curling teams practice at the Grimsby Curling Club and play 10 games within the board leading to playoffs.


Field Hockey - September to November

This sport occurs in the Fall from September to October. It involves many skills associated with soccer and is played by girls with a flat sided stick on a field outdoors. It is a short season but a lot of fun. No experience is needed and in fact most girls have never played before. Yet after a few basic skills are learned, you become proficient at the sport and it becomes an incredibly fun sport.



Girls Slow Pitch - Ms. Travis- April to May

The girls slo-pitch season is short, but exciting!  Practices begin in the gym in April and we move outdoors as soon as the weather permits.  Experience is not necessary, but a baseball glove is!  We participate in 3-4 tournaments during the month of May and there is always lots of FUN IN THE SUN!!


Boys and Girls Soccer - Girls Coach:Ms Burattini - April to June

soccerwideThe school offers a boys' and girls' soccer team with practices following the March Break.  Each team of up to 20 players play a 6-8 game season that runs through May.  Uniforms are provided for players.  Students must provide their own soccer spikes and shin pads.  The regular schedule is usually supplemented by one or two tournaments.  Boys and girls of all ages are invited to try out for the teams.



Tennis - Mr. Piotrowski, September to October

Junior and Senior teams practice twice a week throughout September and October and have Zone tournaments in October.  Singles and pairs positions on the team are available but due to the short season, prior experience is an asset. It is an intense but fun experience!

Track and Field - Ms. Lewis- April to June

The outdoor track season begins in March and continues through the first week of June.  Events include sprints, middle distance, hurdles, throwing and jumping.  There are three age categories for both boys and girls. There are five elimination meets starting in May.


Girls Volleyball - Ms. Travis- November to March

The girls’ volleyball season stretches from late November into March and there are teams at both the Junior and Senior levels.  The season is composed of 8-12 games and 2 or 3 tournaments.   We are either playing or practicing 3-4 times per week and a full commitment is expected.  If you are serious about playing volleyball this is a good opportunity for some excellent competition.  Players generally have a wide range of abilities, but all girls develop their skills in volleyball while having fun and experiencing success in a positive team environment.

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Boy's Volleyball - Coach Ms. Burattini-September to November

Boy's volleyball is a varsity team. The season runs from the first or second week of September through to Novemeber, with 8 season games, a junior tournament, a senior tournament and a weekend team tournament at Brock University. The team practices after school typically two or three times a week. Participation in volleyball provides students with a special opportunity to enhance physical health while learning the value of teamwork, composure, and perseverance. Volleyball is a great game for building character