Lady Warriors court volleyball gold

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors' tradition of winning on the court is alive and well - and it's stronger than ever.

Both girls' volleyball squads outplayed the competition at the city finals at the end of February, bringing home the junior and senior HWIAC titles. The seniors then went on to reclaim SOSSA gold this week.

The junior team brought home silver from the 2005 HWIAC championships, after being defeated by Saltfleet. This time around, coached by Jen Buckle and Kaitlyn Moore, they defeated Hamilton's Sir John A. MacDonald High School, three games to two. They were slated to play the SOSSA final on Thursday (March 2).

After finishing league play neck and neck with Westdale, the senior Warriors played their way to gold at the city championships, beating Sir Allan MacNab in three games straight. The Warriors then came back on Monday to beat Westdale two games straight (25-9, 25-20) for the SOSSA title. They're now gearing up to regain their OFSAA title. The Warriors played to a silver medal last year, defeated in a heartbreaker match against John MacGregor High School from Chatham Kent in the final. The tournament is slated for March 6-8 at Humber College in Toronto.

The senior girls, coached by Gary Banting, have earned the SOSSA title ten times. "The girls played very well, and the veterans and rookies all stood up to fight," said Banting of their SOSSA win.

"The team chemistry is being worked on daily."

Lady Warriors court volleyball gold

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors' tradition of winning on the court is alive and well - and it's stronger than ever.

Both girls' volleyball squads outplayed the competition at the city finals at the end of February, bringing home the junior and senior HWIAC titles. The seniors then went on to reclaim SOSSA gold this week.

The junior team brought home silver from the 2005 HWIAC championships, after being defeated by Saltfleet. This time around, coached by Jen Buckle and Kaitlyn Moore, they defeated Hamilton's Sir John A. MacDonald High School, three games to two. They were slated to play the SOSSA final on Thursday (March 2).

After finishing league play neck and neck with Westdale, the senior Warriors played their way to gold at the city championships, beating Sir Allan MacNab in three games straight. The Warriors then came back on Monday to beat Westdale two games straight (25-9, 25-20) for the SOSSA title. They're now gearing up to regain their OFSAA title. The Warriors played to a silver medal last year, defeated in a heartbreaker match against John MacGregor High School from Chatham Kent in the final. The tournament is slated for March 6-8 at Humber College in Toronto.

The senior girls, coached by Gary Banting, have earned the SOSSA title ten times. "The girls played very well, and the veterans and rookies all stood up to fight," said Banting of their SOSSA win.

"The team chemistry is being worked on daily."

Lady Warriors court volleyball gold

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Lady Warriors' tradition of winning on the court is alive and well - and it's stronger than ever.

Both girls' volleyball squads outplayed the competition at the city finals at the end of February, bringing home the junior and senior HWIAC titles. The seniors then went on to reclaim SOSSA gold this week.

The junior team brought home silver from the 2005 HWIAC championships, after being defeated by Saltfleet. This time around, coached by Jen Buckle and Kaitlyn Moore, they defeated Hamilton's Sir John A. MacDonald High School, three games to two. They were slated to play the SOSSA final on Thursday (March 2).

After finishing league play neck and neck with Westdale, the senior Warriors played their way to gold at the city championships, beating Sir Allan MacNab in three games straight. The Warriors then came back on Monday to beat Westdale two games straight (25-9, 25-20) for the SOSSA title. They're now gearing up to regain their OFSAA title. The Warriors played to a silver medal last year, defeated in a heartbreaker match against John MacGregor High School from Chatham Kent in the final. The tournament is slated for March 6-8 at Humber College in Toronto.

The senior girls, coached by Gary Banting, have earned the SOSSA title ten times. "The girls played very well, and the veterans and rookies all stood up to fight," said Banting of their SOSSA win.

"The team chemistry is being worked on daily."