905-835-1186 211 Elgin St, Port Colborne, ON L3K 3K4

Cross Country

Coach:  Ms. Kilpatrick

Description:
Cross Country is open to all dedicated male and female students from grade 9-12.  Training begins in September.    Practices take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. 

Zone October 17  - Firemans Park, NF
Sossa Oct 24 - Firemans park NF
OFSAA Nov. 2 - Sudbury 

Practice - Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 


Schedule:

Previous Years

2018:
 9 Runners advance to SOSAA.  Midget Boys WIN zones and enter SOSSA as 2nd ranked team!  

Click here to see pictures from the 2011-2012 season



Past Coaches Award
2018-19  Preston Fraser & Danielle Adam
2012-13  Noah DeRoy
2011-12  Dan Burke & Shannen Weaver
2010-11  Shannen Weaver
2009-10  Ariel Grant
2007-08  Jaid Newstead
2002-03  Shauna Forsey
cross country at ofsaa midget boys team x country girls x country girls 2 x country boys x country girl x country boys on starting line x country girls 1 x country connor 2 x country connor athletes of the yr

2019 Team: 
Emma Audet - 9
Pamela Lindsay - 9
Emma Laur - 9
Ashley Ker - 9
Garrett Carroll - 9
Matthew Richardson - 10
Isacc Dewaard - 10
Kumar Joshi - 10
Deanna Donnelly para - 12

Cross Country News:

February Athletes of the Month

Mar 01, 2019
Congratulations to Tatym Wagner and Mason Weaver

athletes of the month

Tatym is a grade nine student who came to PCHS from Steele Street School.  She is a member of the SOSSA bound swim team along with the Jr. Girls’ basketball and Volleyball teams.  Tatym always goes full out and never wants to come off the floor for a rest. She is a fierce competitor who always gives her best.  Outside of school Tatym is very involved with vocal music and taking vocal lessons.

Mason is in grade ten student athlete who came from McKay Elementary.  His tenacious play on the ice has helped lead the Blue Bear hockey team to the playoff finals.  He is often matched up against the other team’s top line and relishes the shutdown role of a shut down center-man.   When presented with an offensive opportunity, Mason has no trouble finding the back of the net.  He scored the game winning goal vs. Jean Vanier on a penalty shot in the playoff semi-final.

Both are looking forward to play soccer in the spring on the new turf field being built at Port Colborne High School!