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

Ultimate Frisbee

Coach:  Mr. Fletcher


What does the Ultimate Frisbee Club do?
We learn and play the best sport ever, go to great tournaments, get into great shape, and have a lot of fun doing it!


What is Ultimate Frisbee?
Combining the non-stop movement and athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing of football, a game of Ultimate is played by two seven-player teams with a high-tech plastic disc on a field similar to football. Object of the game:


Rules of the GameUltimate Players Association

HTML http://www.upa.org/ultimate/rules/11th
PDF http://www.upa.org/files/11th_ed_Final_3_6_07.pdf
Visual rules http://www.montrealultimate.ca/files/visual_rules.pdf


Spirit of the Game
It is a tradition of SPORTSMANSHIP that places the responsibility of fair play on the players rather than on referees.

  • Played in more than 42 countries by thousands of men, women, girls and boys.
  • It is one of the FASTEST GROWING sports in the WORLD!


To Join Ultimate:
Students need to come out regularly throughout the year in order to learn the game prior to the start of the season. Show up with good SPIRIT, gym equipment indoors, where cleats out doors when practises start. There are fund raising events through out the year to help subsidize the cost of travelling to tournaments.

Students need to come out regularly throughout the year in order to learn the game prior to the start of the season. Show up with good SPIRIT, gym equipment indoors, where cleats out doors when practises start. There are fund raising events through out the year to help subsidize the cost of travelling to tournaments.


Ultimate Events:

Ultimate News:

PCHS Hosts Ultimate Tournament

May 20, 2014
6th annual tournament attracts schools across Niagara

On Friday May 16, student athletes from six schools from across Niagara gathered at Port Colborne High School (PCHS) for the 6th Annual PCHS Ultimate Tournament organized by teacher, Jonathan Fletcher.  The colder than usual day did not stop the competition or the students from having a great time competing on the field.

Ultimate takes many elements from various sports where teams have to move the disc up the field completing passes and catching the disc in the endzone.  Although you can not run with the disc, the game is very demanding as everyone else is running furiously trying to get open or to play defence.  It relies on a spirit of sportsmanship which places the responsibility of fair play on player.  There is often a spirit game after each game meant for a laugh such as “disc fencing”.

For Port High student Moriah Robinson, playing in this tournament “was an amazing experience. It’s unlike any other sport I play, there’s so much running involved and the teams are all good sports, by the end of the day you have a couple of new friends.”

The game is highly addictive and “tournaments like these are vital to the growth of the sport, so many of my players hadn’t played a real game before and are now hooked on the sport,” said coach JL Frado from Jean Vanier.

Jean Vanier won the tournament with a perfect 6 to 0 record.  After the round robin, NCC(second place) and Port Colborne (third) were tied for second place, but NCC edged out PCHS having scored five more points overall.  The other schools at the tournament were South Lincoln (fourth place), Eden (fifth) and Eastdale (sixth).

Anyone looking to experience the sport in a recreational setting can find information at niagaraultimate.com or on the Facebook group Niagara Ultimate.
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2019 Members:
Joe Joe Brant
Jake Bruno
Aidan Hawkins
Matteo Panunte
Preston Fraser
Riley Lannon
Sam Tonelli
James Leeuwenburg
Cole Pelletier
Dylan Coers
Evan Gravelle
Caitlin Campbell
Amelia Townes
Kayleigh Carter
Marissa Digatano 
Alyssa Young 
     Ashley Ker      
     Emma Laur     
Pamela Lindsay 
Chelsea Eaton Turner
Emma Audet

Previous Seasons Results:

2019
5th at SOSSA, were Zone 3 champions and finished the first sanctioned Ultimate season with a record of 18 wins and only 5 losses. 

2015
Qualified for OFSAA 

2011
Won PCHS tournament (1st out of 6)

2010
Won the PCHS tournament (1st out of 6)

2009
3rd (out of 6 teams) at PCHS Ultimate tournament (4 - 2 record)
15th (out of 28 teams) at Hamilton Juniors Invitational Tournament (3 - 3)

2008
1st PCHS Ultimate Tournament (5 - 0)
7th (out of 20 teams) at Hamilton Juniors Invitational Tournament (3 - 3)

2007
6th (out of 32 teams) Upper Grand Ultimate Tournament, Guelph (3 - 3 )