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Sports Update: Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball
  • Collage of sports images, including volleyball players celebrating a point, a hockey goalie at the side of the net, a basketball player jumping to make a shot, and a group of hockey players celebrating

The return of classes has meant the return of sports action for Trinity College School’s winter teams. January promises to be a busy month in the CISAA league. Let’s check in on how some of our teams are faring.

Basketball: The Bigside boys were sitting at 2-1 after a 68-61 road win at Villanova on Monday, January 15th (click here for photos). Prior to the break, Bigside had split games, beating Ridley, 63-58, but falling to UCC, 36-59. Middleside has yet to find its footing, and Littleside sits at 1-3. The Littleside team may have turned the corner, though, as the team posted a 52-42 win over Villanova in its most recent outing on January 15th (click here for photos). Meanwhile, the Under-14 team has been dominant, holding a 3-0 record in CISAA league play with wins over Crestwood (54-23), St. John’s-Kilmarnock (49-34), and Pickering College (56-29).

Hockey: While the hockey teams have yet to post a league win, ties have abounded! The Bigside boys most recently posted a 4-4 draw with Hillfield Strathallan on January 10th, while Middleside earned a 3-3 tie with St. John’s-Kilmarnock on January 15th. Click here for photos from Bigside’s recent exhibition match against Selwyn House. The Bigside girls began the season back in December with a 1-1 draw with Branksome, but started 2024 with two tough games against De La Salle (click here for photos). The girls team will close out its campaign with another turn against Branksome and a pair of games against Greenwood College, before the Bears host the CISAA league championships in late February.

Volleyball: Bigside and Littleside volleyball both currently sit at 0-2, while Middleside has a record of 1-3, including a win in its most recent game. The Bears swept York School on January 12th, 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-14). The Under-14 girls sit in fourth place in the CISAA league following two mini-meets prior to the break, including a convincing win over Country Day School, 2-0 (25-9, 25-5) on December 12th.

Best of luck to all our teams as they enter the heart of the season!