Mark Belvedere, St. Andrew's. He continues a hot pace in the post-season round. This time, one goal and four assists in a 6-3 win over Upper Canada in the first game of a best of three Tier One hockey championship for the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association title. In a 4-1 semifinal win over Appleby, he scored twice.
Molly Dyon, Toronto Waldorf. She was the top individual finisher from the Greater Toronto Area, winning a silver medal in the junior girls' four kilometres race at the Ontario Federation of Schools Athletic Association high school nordic ski finals in Midland. Her time of 12 minutes, 46 seconds was one second behind the champion.
Kurlanie George, Monarch Park. Scoring 57 points in a championship basketball game is quite a feat. He did it , including 45 points in the second half, and scored the tying basket to force overtime. But his team still lost. Humberside defeated Monarch Park 80-78 in the Toronto District School Board South Division Tier Two senior title game. George had 10 three-point baskets.
Nicole Hebert, East York. Scored all three goals in a 3-2 semifinal win over Martingrove, one of the traditionally top teams in the Toronto District School Board Tier One varsity girls' hockey league. East York advanced to the playoff round after finishing 6-2 in league action.
Matthew Wright, Martingrove. He didn't score the winning basket in the league Triple-A basketball championship, but he did almost everything else to keep his team in the game. Solid on the defensive side with some key rebounds and scoring 31 points, tops on his team. The Brown Bears are off to Ottawa for the provincial playoffs and this 6-foot-3 guard is a big reason for it in a 55-53 thriller over Emery.