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Cindy was named Belleville’s “Athlete of the Year” this past month and awarded the “Robinson-Kelleher Memorial Award” for her impressive list of athletic accomplishments. Nelles – a Belleville native – is currently pursing an Engineering degree at McMaster and led her school’s rugby team to two straight Ontario Women’s Championships and first National Championship. Additionally, Nelles secured a spot on the Rugby Canada Team that competed in the 2017 Women's World Rugby Cup in Ireland. Congratulations, Cindy!
Track, Soccer, Basketball
Lily is a sports superstar. She has made every team she has tried out for. She entered 9 events in track and field this year and ribboned in eight. She placed 1st in long jump, triple jump, 200m, 800m and 1500m, 2nd in 100m and 800m and 3rd in shot put. She placed 8th in her district cross country meet, and she’s also a member of the soccer and basketball teams. Lily is small BUT mighty!
Keenan played in the Belleville Bucs Baseball League this year. He made multiple good plays including some awesome hits! Keenan’s a baseball natural - flashing the glove, or at the plate, and always a TEAM player! While he can’t wait for baseball to start again next spring, he’ll keep his reflexes sharp playing ball hockey and school soccer this year. Keenan is always a TEAM player!
Haley had never picked up a lacrosse stick until this school year and fell in love with the sport after seeing a professional NLL game. When the opportunity to join the team became available she and her BFF Sakari though afraid to play in a male dominated sport, were determined to be the best player’s they could be. Both girls have become a force to be reckoned with when it comes to defence. They have lost their fear of being hit or checked by other players and their skills are improving daily as they enjoy practicing outside of team practices. Haley and Sakari have inspired other females to play for next year’s team’s. Both in Pee Wee and Banton as they move up.
Track and Field
Nate from Nicholson Catholic College made his school proud when he picked up a silver medal in the senior boys 400m hurdles at the 2017 OFSAA Track and Field Championship hosted this year in Belleville.
Kayla is the skip of a local U18 curling team that plays out of both Stirling and Perth curling clubs. She recently won the U18 Ontario Championship with her team and will play in the Canadian Championships April 18-23 in Moncton NB. Team Gray is currently ranked #1 on the Ontario Junior Curling Tour U18 division.
Nate quickly built the skills necessary to successfully try out for the Youth All Star Level 1 team, Electric. Nate works as both a flyer and a base for his team. Electric placed 2nd at a competition in February and 1st at one in March. They recently returned from CheerEvo Nationals, Canada’s largest cheerleading competition, where they placed 6th in their division.