Bishop Tonnos teams vie for playoffs

News Oct 15, 2009 Ancaster News

Sports action is heating up at Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary School, with several teams competing for playoff positions in team athletics.

Heading into this week’s action, both Senior and Junior football teams were battling for playoff berths.

In Senior action, the Titans sit second with a 3-1 record, two points behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman, (4-0).

The Titans’ latest victory was a 19-6 win over Cathedral on Oct. 9. The Senior team visits 3-2 St. Jean de Brebeuf today (Oct. 16), with second place up for grabs.

HWCAA playoff football begins with quarter final action in early November.

At 2-1, the Titans’ Junior football team sits third in their division, behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman at 4-0.

In girls’ field hockey, the lady Titans are first in the seven-team HWCAA conference with a perfect 5-0 record. The team has dominated the opposition thus far, scoring 14 goals while allowing just three.

The BT girls concluded their season versus St. Thomas More on Wednesday with a chance to lock up first place and a first round play-off bye. Wednesday’s result was unavailable by press time.

Other notable performances include the 5-1 Senior Girls basketball team who are poised to give perennial powerhouse St. Mary’s a run for their money.

Catholic board ice hockey season begins on Dec. 7.

Bishop Tonnos teams vie for playoffs

News Oct 15, 2009 Ancaster News

Sports action is heating up at Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary School, with several teams competing for playoff positions in team athletics.

Heading into this week’s action, both Senior and Junior football teams were battling for playoff berths.

In Senior action, the Titans sit second with a 3-1 record, two points behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman, (4-0).

The Titans’ latest victory was a 19-6 win over Cathedral on Oct. 9. The Senior team visits 3-2 St. Jean de Brebeuf today (Oct. 16), with second place up for grabs.

HWCAA playoff football begins with quarter final action in early November.

At 2-1, the Titans’ Junior football team sits third in their division, behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman at 4-0.

In girls’ field hockey, the lady Titans are first in the seven-team HWCAA conference with a perfect 5-0 record. The team has dominated the opposition thus far, scoring 14 goals while allowing just three.

The BT girls concluded their season versus St. Thomas More on Wednesday with a chance to lock up first place and a first round play-off bye. Wednesday’s result was unavailable by press time.

Other notable performances include the 5-1 Senior Girls basketball team who are poised to give perennial powerhouse St. Mary’s a run for their money.

Catholic board ice hockey season begins on Dec. 7.

Bishop Tonnos teams vie for playoffs

News Oct 15, 2009 Ancaster News

Sports action is heating up at Bishop Tonnos Catholic Secondary School, with several teams competing for playoff positions in team athletics.

Heading into this week’s action, both Senior and Junior football teams were battling for playoff berths.

In Senior action, the Titans sit second with a 3-1 record, two points behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman, (4-0).

The Titans’ latest victory was a 19-6 win over Cathedral on Oct. 9. The Senior team visits 3-2 St. Jean de Brebeuf today (Oct. 16), with second place up for grabs.

HWCAA playoff football begins with quarter final action in early November.

At 2-1, the Titans’ Junior football team sits third in their division, behind unbeaten Cardinal Newman at 4-0.

In girls’ field hockey, the lady Titans are first in the seven-team HWCAA conference with a perfect 5-0 record. The team has dominated the opposition thus far, scoring 14 goals while allowing just three.

The BT girls concluded their season versus St. Thomas More on Wednesday with a chance to lock up first place and a first round play-off bye. Wednesday’s result was unavailable by press time.

Other notable performances include the 5-1 Senior Girls basketball team who are poised to give perennial powerhouse St. Mary’s a run for their money.

Catholic board ice hockey season begins on Dec. 7.