OFSAA
The Panthers are Off to OFSAA in several different cities and high schools throughout all of Ontario.
Garnet & Gold fans can find links to Provincial championship information by clicking on the Logos in this table.



Tripleheader of Soccer Champs


Senior Boys Soccer:
  RND Score: 3 - Opponents Score: 2.  RND High Scorers: Cedric May 1, Colby Silva 1, Tim Balfour 1


Senior Girls Soccer:
  KASSAA Champs!!!  RND Score: 4 - Opponents Score: 2  RND High Scorers: Lauren Ralph 2 
Jennifer Izatt 1, Makayla Cabral 1


Junior Girls Soccer: 
Wow! What a hard fought game by the RND Jr girls soccer team in the KASSAA championship final game versus a tough opponent in the Frontenac Falcons. Sydney Dowling started the scoring off finishing off a perfect goal streak scoring in every regular season and playoff game. Frontenac struck back with a goal of their own sending the game into overtime. The girls leadership and confidence prevailed lead by Lily Goss scoring 1 and Elli Parsons scoring 2 goals in overtime, defeating the Falcons 4-1. Finishing off an undefeated perfect regular season and tournament record. RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling -1, Elli Parsons -2, Lily Goss -1


Rugby Champs

Senior Boys Rugby: The only way the Regi boys were going to OFSAA this year was with a win on Nixon field on Friday with a showdown against Frontenac. With Provincials on the line, the team knew they needed to bring their best performance. Months of training, running hills, and working together paid off as the boys shut out the Falcons. Their trip to OFSAA is booked.  
Now, the stat line indicates that the win was solely because of our Captain, Nathan Pinder. And their is no denying his impact on the game. His foot, knowledge, field and game management and ability to steal ball is influential. But, the win was an entire team effort. Reid and Flynn were beasts on the pitch, gobbling up ball carriers. Our backs didn t allow any line break. Our forwards dominated the scrum, drawing many bent arm penalties. The effort was exactly what we needed and expect out of a team heading to OFSAA for their fourth trip in a row. Now, it s time to get back to work so we can improve upon last years fourth place finish. RND High Scorers: Nathan Pinder: 1 try, 1 convert, 3 penalty kicks


 

 


EOSSAA Tennis Champs
Congratulations to Nancy Li who won an EOSSAA silver medal in the Jr. Girls Singles division and to Sabrina Lloyd-Ellis and Lily Goss who captured both KASSAA and EOSSAA Gold at the Kingston Tennis Club this week. Best of luck to Sabrina and Lily as they represent Regi at the OFSAA Tennis Championships which take place on June 3rd and 4th in Toronto at the Aviva Centre at York University. 


Panther Pounce on Playoffs

Senior Girls Soccer: RND Score: 2 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco 1 
Michaela Dowling 1

Senior Boys Soccer:  RND Score: 2 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Nick Elliot 1 goal 
Cedric May 1 goal

Junior Girls Soccer: Big semi final victory for the RND Jr. Girls, defeating KCVI 4-0. Lead by Brianna Goslin with her 2nd shutout of the playoffs and great communication. Next up, Championship game Saturday at Richardson stadium.RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling -1, Elli Parsons -1, Kaila Bearman -2

Junior Boys Rugby: In a semi final bout with Frontenac, the Junior boys Panthers came out flying with early forward pressure leading to a quick score.  Then, the boys sat back and aloud the Falcons to come back into the game.  Luckily, our fitness prevailed and in the second half, renewed and motivated team dominated.  Frontenac was no match for the Panthers.  Next up is the Finals at Nixon on May 28th at 4:00.  RND High Scorers: Tyson Mahoney, Jason Hastie, Gavin Bell, Nick Cordeiro

Junior Boys Soccer: The RND Junior Boys Soccer team earned a berth in the KASSAA semi-finals after a convincing 6-1 win over the Bayridge Blazers at John Machin Field.  The Panthers started the game slowly, but scored five goals in the second half to secure the win.  Jacob Ball led the way with an astonishing 5-goals.  Jacob Tassone picked up the other. The Panthers also got outstanding performances from Braden Palmer and Alex Zabukovec to secure the victory.RND High Scorers: Jacob Ball (5), Jacob Tassone (1)

Senior Girls Soccer: RND Score: 6 - Opponents Score: 1  RND High Scorers: Lauren Ralph 2
Kaleigh Coco 1, Sarah Spencer 1, Jennie Izatt 2

Junior Girls Soccer: Great quarter final game for the RND Jr girls; defeating SHS 8-0 and moving onto their semi final game next week. Great game girls! RND High Scorers: Kaila Bearman -3, Jenny Dowling -1, Alice Cordiero -1, Lily Goss -1, Ines de Bettignies -1, Elli Parsons -1

Senior Boys Basketball:  RND Score: 5 - Opponents Score: 0,  RND High Scorers: Nick Elliot, Aiden Zabukovec x2, Tim Balfour, Ethan Day

KASSAA TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP:
Congratulations to all members of the RND Tennis Team for their third place finish at the KASSAA Tennis Championships yesterday. In individual play Nancy Li won a silver medal in the Jr. Girls Singles division and Sabrina Lloyd-Ellis and Lily Goss will be playing for KASSAA Gold Friday morning. Best of luck to all three girls as they represent Regi at the EOSSAA Tennis championships on Tuesday May 21st at the Kingston Tennis Club.  

Senior Boys Rugby: In the semi final show down with KCVI, the RND Panthers knew that one victory would allow them the honour of playing in yet another KASSAA finals.  The boys were hungry.  leading by example were Gaudreau and McDonnell with quick and physical play.  But, players with less experience emerged as well as competitors.  Will Mullins and Thomas Murphy stepped up nicely in today's match, showcasing their determination to make a difference.  All in all, it was another good day for Regi rugby.  Come out and support the boys as they try to defend their championship next Friday at 4:00 at Nixon field.RND High Scorers: Alex Gaudreau: 2 tries, 1 convert.  Bobbie McDonnell: 2 tries, Johnathan Murphy: 1 try, Noah DeLonghi: 1 convert. 



KASSAA Spring Season Week Five  05.14.19

Girls Rugby: After a very tight first half, RND led 5-0 midway through the game. Despite multiple injuries of key players, RND scored again in the second half of the game and fended off a hungry HC squad. Excellent effort by all.
RND Score: 10 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Hannah Bender, Freya Donnelly.

Junior Girls Soccer: Looks like the RND Jr Girls are getting use to playing in the rain, defeating NDSS 5-0 to finish off an undefeated season. RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling -2, Elli Parsons -1, Sierra Vidal -1, Brianna Goslin -1

Senior Girls Soccer: Regiopolis-Notre Dame dominated the game in the pouring rain winning 7 - 0! Special mention to Sarah Spencer and Maggie Airhart for scoring two goals each! Other goals scorers included: Jodie Willemse, Emma O'Brien, Michaela Dowling 


KASSAA Spring Season Week Four  05.07.19


Senior Boy Soccer:  RND Score: 3 - Opponents Score: 1.  RND High Scorers: Jacob Harpell, Emery Iradukunda, Tony Sousa-Dia

Junior Boys Soccer: Another win is in the books for the RND Junior Boys Soccer team. The Panthers had to fight hard to pull out a 2-1 win over a strong Frontenac team.  Sam Rego opened the scoring in the second half for the Panthers, battling through defenders to knock in a header of a cross by Alex Zabukovec.  Jacob Ball got the winner a few minutes later. The back line of the Panthers was strong once again, holding the Falcons to just one goal.  The second place Panthers will open the KASSAA playoffs on Wednesday.  RND High Scorers: Sam Rego (1), Jacob Ball (1)

Junior Girls Soccer: Great team play with six different players scoring goals, as the RND Jr. Girls defeated LCVI 6-0.  RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling -1, Olivia James -1, Sierra Vidal -1, Ines de Bettignies -1, Kaila Bearman -1, Samantha Scott -1.

Girls Rugby:  RND Score: 31- Opponents Score: 0
RND High Scorers: Hannah Bender (14), Savannah Medley (7), Melyssa Hartwick (5), Katelyn Neveu (5).

Junior Boys Rugby:
The junior boys started the game with a quick pace, scoring early, but then fell into a daze as Napanee started to claw their way back into the match.  The first half, although leading 15-10, was not the finest for Regi.   
However, the second half was completely different.  The boys put the peddle to the metal and showed relentless determination to end on a high note.  All the hours of fitness, running the hill non-stop is proving not to be punishment, but simply the reward.  A great second half of rugby boys.  Now we need to put in a complete effort for when we face off against Lasalle this Friday. RND High Scorers: Gavin Bell: 3 Tries, Braiden Bentley: 2 Tries, Wil Murphy: 2 Tries and 2 converts, Tyson Mahoney: 1 try

Junior Boys Soccer: The RND Junior Boys Soccer team got two goals from Jacob Tassone and solid defending on their way to a convincing 5-0 win over La Salle.  Jacob Ball, Alex Zabukovec and Sean O'Meara also scored for the Panthers.  Quinn Ryan picked up yet another clean sheet.  The back line of Beckett Palmer-Stephen, Nathan Crosby, Luke Gostlin and Braden Palmer were solid all game long in turning the Black Knights aside.  The Panthers close out their regular season on Wednesday at home against Frontenac.  RND High Scorers: Jacob Tassone (2), Jacob Ball (1), Alex Zabukovec (1), Sean O'Meara (1)

Senior Boys Soccer:  RND Score: 3 - Opponents Score: 0.  RND High Scorers: Nick Elliot x2 
Malinga Zablocki

Senior Girls Soccer:  RND Score: 6 - Opponents Score: 1.  RND High Scorers: Makayla Cabral  3, Jodie Willemse 1, Lauren Ralph 1, Sabrina Llyod-Ellis 1.



KASSAA Spring Season Week Three  04.29.19

Junior Rugby: On a muddy field, the Regi junior Panthers came out hot with an early lead.  However, complacency took over as the boys sat back and watched Frontenac work hard down the field.  Once the boys realized that there is no such thing as an easy rugby match, they dug in to earn the victory.  Next up: Napanee at home on Tuesday.  RND High Scorers: Braiden Bentley: 3 tries, Nick Cordeiro: 1 try, Jason Hastie: 1 Convert.

Senior Rugby:  In wet, muddy conditions, against a strong opponent in Frontenac, the Panthers had a game that will be a major building block for the rest of the season.  The heart, commitment, and dedication to the to the crest on the jersey was on full display today.  Everyone played with courage and stepped up big time to collect a hard earned victory.  Rookie Doyle Merjavec played like a vet, Jack Flynn was non-stop, our back row of Reid, Ian and Bobbie were tenacious for the full 50 minutes. But, the game management of our fly half Nathan Pinder aloud us to play with confidence, not to mention great field position.  Overall though, it was an excellent team effort and all Panthers should be proud of their performance today. RND High Scorers: Bobbie McDonnell 1 try, Nathan Pinder: 1 try, 2 Penalty kick, 2 converts

Senior Girls Soccer:  Father Stan Memorial RND Score: 1 - Opponents Score: 0, RND High Scorers: Lily Gross 1

Junior Boys Soccer: The RND Junior Boy Soccer team battled hard to earn a 3-2 win over Holy Cross in the annual Father Stan Memorial Game. The Panthers played strong defence througout the match led by Beckett Palmer-Stephen who continually send the Crusaders the other way. Nathan Crosby, Braden Palmer and Luke Gostlin played a strong game on the back line as well. Jacob Ball had another big game scoring 3-goals for the second straight game and earning game MVP honours.  He was able to find his space due to the relentless effort of Co-Captain Alex Zabukovec. Zabukovec was all over the field and gave Holy Cross more than it could handle.  The Panthers will take the weekend off and return to action on Monday against La Salle. RND High Scorers: Jacob Ball (3)

Junior Girls Soccer: The RND Jr Girls soccer team played an awesome game against a tough Holy Cross team at the Father Stan Memorial. The Regi girls defeated Holy Cross 3-0 giving Goalkeeper Brianna Goslin her 4th shutout of the season.  RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling -2, Elli Parsons -1

Junior Boys Soccer: Jacob Ball scored 3-goals to lead the RND Juniors Boys Soccer team to a convincing 5-0 win over NDSS.  Sean O'Meara and Daimon Byers collected the other markers.  The Panthers played solid defence along the way, led by the back line of Nathan Crosby, Beckett Palmer-Stephen, Luke Gostlin and Braeden Palmer.  Quinn Ryan earned another clean sheet. The Panthers travel to Holy Cross Thursday to take on the Crusaders in the annual Father Stan Memorial Game. RND High Scorers: Jacob Ball (3), Daimon Byers (1), Sean O'Meara (1)

Junior Girls Soccer: Great defensive game by the RND jr girls as they defeated Frontenac 3-1. Excellent speed defensively and great resiliency by Sydney Dowling scoring three goals from great through balls by our midfielders. Well done girls!

Senior Boys Soccer:  RND Score: 1 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Malinga Zablocki

Senior Girls Soccer: It was a cold game tonight at RND, but we came through with a 2-1 victory. RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco - 1, Abbey Berude - 1


EOSSAA Badminton Champs  04.29.19
Memories at RND are long, however there doesn't seem to be an ability to recollect an EOSSAA Badminton championship in Garnet & Gold history.
That means Sabrina Lloyd-Ellis and Jennie Izatt are possibly ground breakers for RND by capturing the EOSSAA Senior Girls Doubles Badminton championship last week in Brockville.




KASSAA Spring Season Week Two  04.25.19

Junior Boy Soccer: Jacob Ball scored a hat trick to lead the RND Junior Boys Soccer team to a 5-0 win over Sydenham.  Other scorers for the Panthers were Sean O'Meara and Alex Zabukovec.  Quinn Ryan picked up his second shutout of the week in the win.RND High Scorers: Alex Zabukovec (1), Jacob Ball (3), Sean O'Meara (2)

Senior Boys Soccer:  4 - Opponents Score: 0.  RND High Scorers: Matt Mulholland x2, Tim Balfour, Jacob Harpell.  RND Highlights: Shut out Will Cockfield

Senior Girls Soccer: Lauren Ralph had 3 assists and Morgan Hailie did not allow any shots to come close to her net.RND Score: 6 - Opponents Score: 0 .  RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco 2, Julia Patterson 1, Lauren Ralph 1, Abby Berube 1, Carly Bambrick 1

Junior Girls Soccer: With the cooperation of the weather the RND Jr. Girls stayed dry and defeated Sydenham 11-0. Great all around team play girls! RND High Scorers: Samantha McDonald -2, Sydney Dowling -3, Lily Goss -2, Samantha Scott -2, Kaila Bearman -2.

Senior Boys Rugby: In order to accomplish our team goal this year, the RND Senior Boys rugby team needs to complete many tasks, and tonight's victory over KCVI was one of many tasks checked off the list.  The boys began their regular season with a dominant performance where a lot of players displayed their worth and desire to be on the field.  Strong play from Alex Gaudreau and blazing speed from Shayden Dorey set a ferocious tempo that couldn't be matched.  Rookie Doyle Merjavec proved that he loves rugby by his commitment to winning the point of contact at the breakdown.   
Overall, a great start to the season, and now we shall move onto the next task of hosting a formidable FSS next Friday.  RND Score: 30 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Dodge, Dorey, Merjavec, Wiley, Gaudreau, Morency, J. Flynn, J. Murphy, Clack, McDonnell, J. Murphy

Junior Boys Rugby: Until last season, the RND junior boys rugby team won four KASSAA Championships in a row.  Not winning last year has made our squad very hungry to get back to our winning ways. The boys opened the season with a game that showcased their determination to achieve our team goal of KASSAA gold.  Hard running by the likes of Gavin Bell and Ian Donaldson set the tempo for the team and many matched the pace. However, in order to achieve our goal we realize that it will only come through hard work and commitment. Simply put: we must work hard to improve, one day at a time.  But, today was a great day for Regi rugby.  Rest up boys! Next match is Friday against FSS at home.  RND Score: 30 - Opponents Score: 0  RND High Scorers: Bentley, Cordeiro, Bell, Kilpatrick, Murphy, Donaldson

Girls Rugby:
RND opened the game with a quick try led by the veterans. The team worked well together as they meshed both veterans and rookies. Alex Maltez had numerous tackles in the front while Nat Koopman led the backs to a successful win. Great game ladies!  RND Score: 32,  Opponents Score: 5.  RND High Scorers: Freya Donnelly, Izabel Paquet, Hannah Bender, Chloe Bender, Alex Maltez, Katelyn Neveu, Brooke Doherty

Junior Boys Soccer: The RND Junior Boys Soccer team got goals from Alex Zabukovec, Levi Prost and Lucas Olmstead in a 3-0 win over Ernestown.  Quinn Ryan got the shutout for the Panthers who are back at it on Friday at home against the Sydenham Golden Eagles.RND High Scorers: Alex Zabukovec (1), Levi Prost (1), Lucas Olmstead(1) 

Junior Girls Soccer: Excellent team win by the RND Jr. Girls, defeating KCVI 5-0. Great leadership and composure by Sydney Dowling, Kaila Bearman, and Elli Parsons throughout the game. Well played girls! RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling - 1, Kaila Bearman - 1, Ellie Parsons - 3

Senior Girls Soccer: Julia Patterson had a beautiful cut back assist to Kaleigh Coco scoring a sniper goal.  Lauren Ralph scored within the last minutes of the game making the final score 2-0.RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco, Lauren Ralph



KASSAA Spring Season Openers  04.16.19


Junior Girls Soccer: The RND Jr Girls soccer team play strong team game Thursday afternoon, defeating Bayridge 9-0 with 8 different players scoring goals. Lily Goss played a very unselfish game controlling the midfield and setting up her teammates recording 5 assists.RND High Scorers: Olivia James -1, Harriet Faught -1, Ines de bettignies -1, Georgia Meban de Groot -1, Kaila Bearman -2, Samantha Scott -1, Alix Cordiero -1, Brianna Goslin -1

Senior Girls Soccer:  Sarah Spencer had a great game and almost scored her first goal! Mackinley Szumlanski held the back and was sweepin up the field!RND High Scorers: Jodie Willemse, Abbey Berube,Jennie Izatt

Senior Boys Soccer: RND 4 - BSS 0. Two goals from balls headed out of the air by Matt Mulholland.  Shutout by Gabe Plata.
RND High Scorers: Matt Mulholland x 2, Nick Elliot, Ben David

Junior Girls Soccer:  Excellent start to the season for the RND junior girls soccer team; defeating Lasalle 7-0 with a solid all around team effort. Sydney Dowling lead the team with 3 goals and Samantha McDonald was solid defensively holding Lasalle to 0 goals against. RND High Scorers: Sydney Dowling - 3, Lily Goss - 2, Ellie Parsons - 1, Samantha Goyette - 1 

Senior Girls Soccer: It was a chilly game, but Regi brought the heat!  Michaela Dowling 1, Sabrina Lloyd-Ellis 1.

Junior Boys Soccer: The RND Panthers got a couple of goals from Jacob Ball on their way to a convincing 5-1 win over LCVI to open the 2019 KASSAA Junior Boys Soccer season. The Panthers take on KCVI on Wednesday.  RND High Scorers: Jacob Ball (2), Jacob Tassone (1), Sam Rego (1), Sean O'Meara (1)


Playoff Hockey Victory

Boys Hockey:  In the frigid conditions of the North Frontenac arena, the Panthers prevailed over Sydenham in a tight match that saw no scoring until the 3rd period.  Then on a deflection from blueliner Wil Murphy's canon-like shot, Dawson Lindsay opened the scoring.   Shortly after, on a brilliant end to end rush, Mitch Roantree tucked the puck in behind the goalie with a nifty wrap around.  Syndenham scored next.  But then Doyle Merjavec, on the power play, snuck down from the point, took a cross-ice pass, and buried a one-timer.  RND saw inspiring goaltending from Adam Seabrook who kept Sydenham shooters frustrated all game.   RND High Scorers: Dawson Lindsay, Mitch Roantree, Doyle Merjavec


Semi-Final Success

Junior Girls Volleyball:
  The RND Panthers played a great team game against the Bayridge Blazers in their 3-0 quarter final win. Tough serving and precision passing was the difference in this match up. Victoria Cooney led all players with 24 service points in a row in the second set. Good luck in your semi final match up!

Senior Girls Volleyball: The Senior Girls are headed back the the KASSAA finals after a semi-final victory over the Loyalist Lancers.


Quarter-Final Thursday

Senior Boys Basketball:  In a very well played high school basketball game the Senior Panthers defeated the Golden Eagles of Sydenham High School 62 - 51 on the hardwood of the CND gym.  RND lead throughout and had to fend off several runs by Sydenham.  The game featured strong outside shooting with Sydenham hitting 9 and RND adding 8 more.  As he has all season, Jerred Kinstler lead the Panthers with 31 points.
Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Panthers played great tonight in sweeping the Eagles from Ernestown 3-0  (25-15,25-14,25-17).  Leftside Sarah Spencer was awesome all night contributing 7 kills and great passing.  Setter Jennie Izatt and middle Sydney Kalin were on the same page all night combining for 8 kills.
Junior Girls Volleyball:  The RND Panthers played a great team game against the Bayridge Blazers in their 3-0 quarter final win. Tough serving and precision passing was the difference in this match up. Victoria Cooney led all players with 24 service points in a row in the second set. Good luck in your semi final match up!


KASSAA Winter Season Court Finales

Junior Girls Volleyball:  The Junior Panthers closed out their regular season with a straight set win over the Ernestown Eagles. All girls contributed to the win. Victoria Cooney led all players with 12 assists and the entire team combined for 4 blocks and 9 digs. Great team win girls!

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Panthers wrapped up first place in league play but not without a fight from the Ernestown Eagles (18-25, 25-12,25-17,22-25,15-6).  Left side Katie Spicer played some of the best volleyball of her high school career while right side Clara Connors showed once again why she is the glue that keeps the team together with 3 blocks, 7 kills, 6 digs and 14 service points .

Junior Boys Basketball: RND defeated Ernestown 53 - 25 in Odessa.

Senior Boys Basketball:  RND scored early and often to open a large gap and then settle into a comfortable 51- 17 victory.


Back to KASSAA After Exams

Junior Boys Basketball: RND 66  Opponents Score: 44

Senior Boys Basketball:  RND traveled to Loyalist CVI and started the contest sluggishly after the extended examination break.  However the Garnet & Gold shook off the cobwebs in the second quarter when they put up 26 points while holding the Lancers to only 7.  The Panthers cruised in the second half to a 75-41 finish.

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Panthers started slow with some sloppy passing in their match tonight versus a very good LCVI team losing the first set but turned it around with some tough serving and better passing to pull out a 3-1 match victory (16-25,25-15,19-25,19-25).  Leftsides Sabrina Lloyd-Ellis and Sarah Spencer played strong overall games and right side Clara Connors played some great defence to lead the Panthers.  A special shout out to Sydney on her return.

Junior Girls Volleyball:  After what felt like a long exam break, the Regi Panthers got back on track with a 3-0 win over the LCVI Lancers. Tough serving and great team communication helped push the Panthers to victory. Kaila Bearman led the way with 13 service points while Georgia Meban De-Groot led all players with 5 kills. Great team win girls!



Ending January with the Memorial and Memorable Volleyball

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Senior Panthers beat Holy Cross 3-1 (25-14, 25-19, 18-25, 25-12).   Left side Sabrina Lloyd Ellis and right side Clara Connors dominated at the net combining for 17 kills.  

Junior Boys Basketball:  RND 51 - HC 41


Tuesday Results

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Panthers had a roller coaster of a game tonight versus Sydenham but came out on top 3-2 (25-22,23-25,14-25,25-12,15-8).  The Panthers were losing their mental edge after the 3rd set but our bench started to go crazy and picked the girls up. Our girls, especially the bench, played lights ot the 4th and 5th set to capture the match.  Captains Jennie Izatt and Sabrina lloyd-Ellis showed great leadership encouraging the girls all night while Sarah Spencer and Katie Brown made some great defensive plays.

Senior Boys Basketball:   A depleted group of only 7 Panthers tipped off versus the tall Golden Eagles team from Sydenham High School. RND used good ball movement to score early and create a comfortable margin that they maintained throughout the contest.  Jerred KInstler - 16, Matt Mulholland - 12 points.

Junior Girls Volleyball:  The RND Panthers kept things simple tonight as they defeated the Sydenham Eagles 3-0. Strong serving and solid passing pushed the Panthers to the straight sets win. Alexa Oriecuia was a force at the net and service line with 16 points and Elli Parsons was a defensive stopper with 6 digs. Great team win! 

Junior Boys Basketball:  RND 55 - Sydenham 41


Late From Last Week

Junior Girls Volleyball:  The Jr Panthers were able to play a complete team game to earn a 3-0 win over GREC this evening. Tough serving from Alexa Oriecuia pushed the Panthers to the win as she led all players with 14 service points. Well done girls!

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Senior Panthers played a sloppy match with many unforced errors but came out on top over GREC 3-0 (25-20,25-22,25-15).  Setters Jennie Izatt and Calista Payne combined for 16 assists while left sides (and RND players of the week) Sabrina Lloyd Ellis and Sarah Spencer combined for 10 kills.

Junior Girls Volleyball:   After a relaxing holiday break, the RND Panthers got back on track with a 3-1 set win over the Bayridge Blazers. Captain Brooke Doherty was dominant all night. She led all players with 9 kills and 14 service points. Samantha 'The Hammer' MacDonald showed that she is not only an offensive machine, but can also play defense as she contributed 6 digs to her team's win. Great job girls!

Senior Girls Volleyball:   After a relaxing holiday break, the RND Panthers got back on track with a 3-1 set win over the Bayridge Blazers. Captain Brooke Doherty was dominant all night. She led all players with 9 kills and 14 service points. Samantha 'The Hammer' MacDonald showed that she is not only an offensive machine, but can also play defense as she contributed 6 digs to her team's win. Great job girls!

Senior Boys Basketball: The Senior Panthers pounced on both of their opponents during the first week of January. RND captured two convincing victories versus BSS and GREC.


Twas the Games Before Christmas

Senior Girls Volleyball:  Great finish to the first part of the season as the Panthers defeated Napanee 3-0 (25-18,25-17,25-17).  Middles Neve Albrough, Gabbty Fraser and Lauren Ralph 13 kills and 12 service points. 

Junior Boys Basketball:  Jacob Djankovic notched 12 pts and Levi Prost 8 points to start the game in the first quarter helped drive the Panthers to a 58 - 29 victory.

Senior Boys Basketball:  In a sloppy affair to take both teams into the Christmas break RND downed the Golden Hawks of NDSS 58 - 48.  .  RND scored in transition off of NDSS turnovers while the Golden Hawks hit 7 three pointers to power their offence.RND High Scorers: Jerred Kunstler - 24, Cedric May - 18.


Success Stories

Boys Hockey: In the second game of the season, the Panthers persevered through two periods of dominating the play, but no scoring.  In the third, they broke away from KCVI to score three unanswered goals.  Solid, steady goaltending by rookie netminder Mark Rosteck ensured a shutout!    RND Goal Scorers: Beckett Palmer-Steven, Mitchell Roantree, Wil Murphy.

Senior Girls Volleyball:  The Panthers played a tough Frontenac team tonight but came out ahead 3-1 (25-18, 25-12, 24-26, 25-21).  Left side Sarah Spencer continued her strong play with 7 kills and 6 digs while spark plug Sabrina Lloyd Ellis turned it up in the fourth with 7 kills


Thursday Versus the Blues

Senior Boys Basketball:
RND started strong for the second consecutive outing.  Shooting for a high percentage the Panthers lead 39-21 at half.  KCVI made a run mid-way through the second half cutting the margin to 3 points before the Panthers executed on both ends of the floor to finish the contest with a 63-54 win.

Senior Girls Volleyball: The Panthers  played a great game tonight against a strong KCVI team pulling out a 3-1 win (25-23,24-26,25-20,25-23).  Setter Jennie Izatt continued to show why she is one of the best in the league recording 24 assists and showing great leadership.  Middles Sydney Kalin and Neve Albrough dominated sets three and four and combined for 14 kills.

Junior Girls Volleyball: The Panthers improved to 3-0 this season over the KCVI Blues. In a 5 set match the Panthers came away with a 3-2 victory. It was a back and forth affair with momentum swinging back and forth between the two schools. Kaila Bearman was a spark all night with her timely swings and consistent passing. Good job girls.

Junior Boys Basketball: RND defeated KCVI 58 - 40.


Positives for Puck Panthers

Boys Hockey:  The RND Boys' team started off the season with a strong offensive effort.   It took a period for the boys to find their legs, but once they did, they used their speed and passing to create several golden scoring opportunities.  Also, strong defence, and stellar goaltending by Adam Seabrook led to shoutout for the team. RND High Scorers: Mitchell Roantree 3, Beckett Palmer-Steven, Ben Greenlees, Dawson Lindsay, Reid Morency, Wil Murphy.


Dealing With Les Dragons

Junior Girls Volleyball:  The Regi Panthers defeated Marie Rivier 3 - 0 tonight in their Junior Girls Volleyball match-up. Strong serving and precise passing pushed the Panthers to victory in the first two sets. In the third set a group of rookie Panthers were down early. After an early timeout, the girls found their confidence and fought their way back into the set. It was a thriller that ended 32-30 in favour of the Russell St. Cats. Maddy Farrell led the team with 8 kills, while setter Lily Goss lead with 16 assists. Great Team Win.
Senior Girls Volleyball:  The RND Senior Panthers improved to 2 - 0 on the season with a straight set victory over Marie Rivier (25-8, 25-9, 25-23). Middle Sydney Kalin continued her strong play combining with left side Sabrina Lloyd Ellis for 12 kills. Jenny Izatt ran a great offence chalking up 24 assists.
Senior Boys Basketball: In their KASSAA regular season home court opener, RND broke out to a 21-6 advantage in the first quarter and shot effectively from 3 point range. In the second half the Panthers used the fast break to outdistance their opponents from ESMR.


Winter Season Start Up

Junior Girls Volleyball:  The Regi Panthers started their season with a win over the LaSalle Black Knights, outscoring them 3 sets to 1. RND was led offensively by captains Yasmine Egidia Cluett and Izabel Paquet with 8 and 7 kills a piece. Setter Victoria Cooney ran a balanced offence and led all players with 21 assists. This was a great team win as the players on the court as well as the bench filled the gym with energy when their team needed a push. Good work girls!
Senior Girls Volleyball:  A good start to the season for our senior lady Panthers as they came out on top 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-19) over LaSalle.  Setters Jennie Izatt and Calista Payne did a great job running the offence and spreading the ball around.  RND was led by left side Sarah Spencer and Middle Sydney Kalin as they combined for 12 kills.


2018 Winter Sports Season Starts  12.02.18
Panthers players, parents and fans can find all the necessary information to cheer on the Garnet & Gold on the RND Scoreboard web site. Schedules, up to date results, rosters, action picture and highlight movies will be posted throughout each sport season.
Remember, the on-line version of the KASSAA schedule is the only official version.  Please DO NOT PRINT schedules. If changes are made on-line printed version will be incorrect.
Check back to the RND Scoreboard frequently for all your Garnet & Gold information.



Panthers Withstand Challenge, Win 14th KASSAA Volleyball Title in a Row
From the Kingston Whig Standard (https://www.thewhig.com/sports/local-sports/panthers-withstand-challenge-win-14th-kassaa-volleyball-title-in-a-row)

The Regiopolis-Notre Dame Panthers, facing for the second year in a row an extremely difficult opponent as they tried to continue their decade-plus dominance in high school senior boys volleyball, again barely withstood the challenge on Sunday evening at the Queen’s Athletics and Recreation Centre.

The Panthers, who lost 3-1 to the Kingston Blues in late September to snap a then nearly 12-year regular season match winning streak, edged the Blues 3-2 in an eagerly anticipated Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association championship.

The score was very similar to last year, when the Sydenham Golden Eagles came slightly closer to upsetting the Panthers but wound up dropping a 15-12 decision in Set 5.

After dropping the first set 25-23, the Panthers, who matched the Blues with a 7-1 won-lost record this season, won three of the next four sets to take the final and capture their remarkable 14th consecutive Kingston Area title. The last time the Panthers did not win the final came in 2004, when KC swept the Ernestown Eagles 3-0.

In Set 2, the Panthers rebounded from an early deficit and recovered from a late KC surge to prevail 26-24. The teams then played a couple of 25-22 sets, with KC winning the first and Regi taking the next to force a Set 5. Regi won the championship-deciding clash, 15-9.


Senior Volleyball Headed to KASSAA

RND Senior Boys played one of the most inspiring matches of the season to defeat a skilled and discplined Sydenham Golden Eagles squad.  Michael Rowsell was the eraser on the outside while Gabe Plata ran enough balance to keep Sydenham guessing.  In the fifth set, the Chilean sensation, Antar Derpich stepped up the game from the service line to serve 5 in a row to seal the victory.  Set scores were 26-24, 16-25, 25-18, 15-25 and 15-11.  Best of luck to the boys in the KASSAA final on Sunday.  Hope to see the garnet and gold in the stands.  Go Panthers


Panther Playoff Week

Senior Boys Volleyball:  Napanee gave the Senior Panthers all they could handle in the opening round of the playoffs.  Michael Rowsell led the Panther attack from the left side. Set scores were 25-20, 25-21, 23-25 and 25-18.

Junior Boys Volleyball: In the middle contest of a home court playoff tripleheader the Junior Panthers defeated Bayridge 25-10,25-8-25-20.

Senior Girls Basketball: In the tip-off to Tuesday playoff action the Senior Panthers defeated Bayridge 50 - 35.  Solid defense and everyone played.  RND High Scorers: Mackinley Szumlanski 11pts, Calista Payne 10 pts.

Senior Football: RND defeated Bayridge 34 - 12.


Final Week of Regular Season

Thursday

Junior Boys Volleyball: The Panthers played well tonight defeating LCVI 3-0 (25-7,25-20, 25-20).  Middles Chris Kerstens and Jacob Djankovic combined for 7 kills and 6 blocks to lead the Panthers. 
Senior Boys Basketball:   The Senior Panthers defeated Loyalist 51 - 34,  RND High Scorers: Meghan Little 12 points

Tuesday
Senior Boys Volleyball:  Overcoming a 2-1 deficit the RND senior boys found themselves getting into the swing of things in the 4th (volleyball pun intended).  Michael Roswell dominated from the left side and tough serving by Antar Derpich in the 4th and Patrick Krasna in the 5th propelled the Panthers to home court advantage in the playoffs.  Set scores were 25-19, 25-27, 23-25, 25-15 and 15-8.


Thursday Results

Junior Boys Volleyball:  The Panthers defeated Marie-Rivier in a 5 set game that saw Regi lose focus at times only to rebound in the fifth and play well.  Set scorers were; 25-20,22-25,25-15,23-25,15-7.

Senior Girls Basketball:  RND defeated Ernestown in the CND gym.  Everyone Played.  RND High Scorers: Kayleigh Coco 9.


Football Victory on the Brother O'Gara Field

Senior Football:  Cedric May opened the scoring with a 25 yd catch for a touchdown.  Will Cockfield followed it up with 20 yd touchdown run on a reverse. Nathan Pinder chipped in with 2 long runs for touchdowns and added 5 converts.  Johnny Murphy finished the scoring with a 10 yd touchdown catch.RND High Scorers: Cedric May 6, Will Cockfield 6, Johnny Murphy 6, Nathan Pinder 17.


Volleyball at Home

Senior Boys Volleyball:  A well balanced offence paced the way for a senior boys straight sets win over the Black Knights.  Solid passing by Jeremy Dube and David Kwak allowed for the establishment of a middle.  Set scores were 25-17, 25-14, 25-21.

Junior Boys Volleyball:  The Panthers survived a marathon match with LaSalle winning 3-2.   Captains Matt Donovan and Quinn Ryan were awesome all night keeping the team cool and composed.  Well done Panthers.  Set scores were:  25-15,22-25,23-25,25-17,15-13


KASSAA Cross Country Results

It was a glorious day for running and the RND Cross Country team did just that! They captured Silver at the KASSAA Championships today at Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area.Pic  
They were a mere 4 points from winning gold, while bronze was a whopping 30 points behind! 
In the midget boys race, Ethan O'Brien led the team to gold with a 4th place finish. Sean O'Meara was next in 6th.  
Our undefeated Junior girls squad (which is comprised of 3 midget girls) continued their reign. Sephora Djomo was 1st, Nicole Ryan 3rd, Olivia James 4th, Elli Parsons 5th, Lily Goss 8th and Alexis James 12th. Junior boys brought home a silver. They were led by Lucas Olmstead 8th, Bucky Quanz was 9th, Mark Rostek 12th. Our Senior girls team captured bronze. They were led by Daniela Rojas 7th place finish. Senior boys also won gold. Joey Tripp led them in 6th,  Stephen O'Meara was 7th and Matt Rostek was 8th. Logan Leonard rounded out their team at 22nd.  
The team moves on to compete in Kemptville at EOSSAA on Thursday. Best of luck to all!


PicField Hockey Advance with Playoff Win

The girls played a hard fought game.  They were down by a goal following a breakaway early in the game and went into the second half down by a goal.  They put a lot of pressure on their opponents in the second half and their hard work paid off with a goal half way through the second half.  The play then went to a shoot out.  Maggie Airhart, Payton Ford, and Olivia Van Spriel scored in the shoot out, and our goalie Brianna Goslin made three fantastic saves to secure the 2 - 1 win.  Great job to the whole team!  Semis are on Monday at 3:30pm at Invista.


What?  Games on Wednesday?

Senior Boys Volleyball: The senior boys put forth a mixed performance of consistency to earn a 5 set marathon against the west end Falcons.  Set scores were 20-25,25-16,25-16,18-25 and 15-4.  Rollercoaster rides are great at amusement parks, not as much for focus and intensity when playing volleyball.  Push to finish.

Junior Boys Volleyball:  The Panthers played one of their best games of the year defeating Frontenac 3-0  (25-15,25-18,25-20).   Libero Quinn Ryan played great passing ball after ball while left side Matt Sutton had 7 digs in the back row.  Rookie left side Caius Plata came on strong in the third set with 4 kills.


Rivalry Games with Holy Cross on Tuesday

Senior Boys Volleyball:  RND senior boys overcame a very focused and disciplined Crusaders squad to improve to 4-1 in KASSAA league play.  After dropping the first set 22-25, the boys rallied behind the strong hitting of Michael Roswell and Patrick Krasna to take the next three, 25-23, 25-21 and 25-13. 

Junior Boys Volleyball: Ben McGinnis had 10 kills and Matt Donovan had 20 assists as Regi beat Holy Cross 3-0  (25-20,25-18,25-18)


A Terrific Thursday

Senior Girls Basketball:  RND started to move the ball well and play with intensity in their home court match versus Bayridge taking the contest by a 51 - 25 score.  RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco 23pts.
Senior Boys Volleyball:  RND Senior boys improved to 3-1 in Kassaa play with a straight sets victory over Bayridge.  Next up is a trip to Toronto to participate in the St Michael s Showcase.
Junior Boys Volleyball: In an extended match the Junior boys volleyball team beat Bayridge in 5 sets  (25-12,22-25,25-28,22-25,15-5)


Monday Results

Field Hockey: The Panthers played well as a team, passing well and pressuring their opponents from Ernestown on the way to a convincing 5 - 0 win. Rookie Charlotte Simmons score two goals.  RND High Scorers: Maggie Airhart (2), Rachel Oleschuk (1), Charlotte Simmons (2) .
Our girls came out a little tired in this second of two back-to-back games, but turned up the heat vs KCVI in the second half to secure the 3 - 1 win. Our goalie, Brianna Goslin, played a fabulous game! RND High Scorers: Mikayla Cabral (1), Rachel Oleschuk (1), Maggie Airhart (1) .


Good Luck
Good luck to Garnet & Gold golfer Annie Anghelescu as she competes in the OFSAA Festival in Windsor Ontario.  Complete tournament information is available on the OFSAA web site - Click Here


Monday Results
Field Hockey: The Panthers played well as a team, passing well and pressuring their opponents from Ernestown on the way to a convincing 5 - 0 win. Rookie Charlotte Simmons score two goals.  RND High Scorers: Maggie Airhart (2), Rachel Oleschuk (1), Charlotte Simmons (2) .
Our girls came out a little tired in this second of two back-to-back games, but turned up the heat vs KCVI in the second half to secure the 3 - 1 win. Our goalie, Brianna Goslin, played a fabulous game! RND High Scorers: Mikayla Cabral (1), Rachel Oleschuk (1), Maggie Airhart (1) .

Good Luck
Good luck to Garnet & Gold golfer Annie Anghelescu as she competes in the OFSAA Festival in Windsor Ontario.  Complete tournament information is available on the OFSAA web site - Click Here


Best Prize in High School Sport - Turkey Trot Meet
Congrats to the Cross Country team who were the top Kingston school at the Turkey Trot Invitational in Kemptville. 
Sephora Djomo brought back a turkey with her first place finish. She led the combined midget/junior team to another victory. Nicole Ryan was next in 4th place. Olivia James was 10th, Elli Parsons 16th, Lily Goss 18th and Alexis James rounded out the team.  
Our senior girls and junior boys teams returned with bronze medals. Daniela Roja and Lucas Olmstead lead these teams. 
Midget boy Jacob Ball brought back a pumpkin pie. His fourth place team was led by Sean O'Meara and Ethan O'Brien. Great job to Nick Villeneuve on his racing debut.
See more Action Pictures from the Meet - Click Here


A Busy Thursday Before Thanksgiving

Senior Girls Basketball:  On their home court the Panthers outscored the visiting Sydenham Golden Eagles 48 - 21.  RND High Scorers: Kaleigh Coco with 14pts,  Bridget Mignault 9pts

Junior Boys Volleyball:  The RND Panthers beat the Sydenham Golden Eagles tonight 3-1 (25-16,22-25,25-20,25-17).  Right side Ethan Albrougjh and left side Ben McGinnis combined for 9 kills while rookie middles Etan O Brien and Chris Kerstens led the defence with a combined 10 blocks.  Libero Quinn Ryan orchestrated the offence with countless good passes and digs.

Senior Boys Volleyball: Out in Sydenham the Panthers prevailed in a marathon match 3 - 2.


Field Hockey Split on Wednesday
The Panthers split their two games on the Caraco homefield on Wednesday. RND fell to Holy Cross, 3-1 in the annual Cathy Joyce Memorial game.
The girls played a fantastic game in their come from behind win versus Bayridge. They were down by two goals, continued to play hard, and were rewarded for their efforts.  RND Scorers:  Maggie Airhart (2), Sierra Vidal, Rachel Oleschuk, Mikayla Cabral.


Back in Action in Volleyball
Junior Boys Volleyball:  The RND Panthers won their first game of the year with a convincing 3-0 (25-12, 25-9, 25-9) victory over Granite Ridge.  Rookie rightside Duncan "Noodle" McCarron led RND with 8 service points and 4 kills. 
Senior Boys Volleyball: The Panthers downed the Griffins from GREC, 3 - 0 in the CND gym.
Field Hockey Doubleheader for Week Two
The girls played back to back games, coming out to play a strong Frontenac team on the heels of their game against Lasalle.  RND was down to the Falcons by a goal early on, but came from behind to secure the 2 - 1 win.  RND Scorers:  Rachel Oleschuk, Maggie Airhart
In the earlier game the Panthers used their offensive skills to outpace the Lasalle Black Knights, 5 - 1. RND High Scorers: Rachel Oleschuk (2), Bridget Donovan , Maggie Airhart (2).


Annual TISS Pirates Cross Country Race Results
The RND Cross Country team had a terrific day today at the Pirates Invitational in Brockville.  
The three midget girls ran as juniors and when combined, the ladies captured gold with a remarkable 12 points. Sephora Djomo was 1st, Nicole Ryan 2nd, Elli Parsons 4th, Lily Goss 5th. The  Superb Sister  duo of Olivia (10th) and Alexis James (16th) rounded out the team. 
The Senior Girls team finished 2nd overall. They were led by Daniela Roja with her 11th place finish. The Senior boys team captured bronze. Joey Tripp (13th) and Matt Rostek (14th) were their top finishers.  
Good luck to the team next week in Kemptville at Turkey Trot.

Panthers Take Field Hockey Tournament Title
On Friday, Sept 21st, the RND Field Hockey team traveled to Oshawa to attend the 3rd annual Durham Field Hockey Tournament. In 2016, Regi was victorious and took home the championship; last year Regi was in a three way tie for first place after the tournament ended due to thunderstorms; this year, Regi once again reigned victorious, beating out 9 other teams after playing seven games, three of which were back to back. Playing 90 minutes of straight field hockey against the top teams in the tournament in 35 degree heat and high winds is no small feat. Congratulations ladies on yet another impressive tournament -- you make your coaches proud!



Senior Panthers Punt the Blues 09.24.18
The RND Senior Football team hosted KCVI on Friday and saw Nathan Pinder led the way with several outstanding long runs with 2 of them going for touchdowns.  He also added 5 converts.  Will Cockfield, Johnny Murphy and Shayden Dorey added long touchdown catches.  Jack Wylie had a strong game at QB with several tough runs and 3 touchdown passes.RND evened its KASSAA record with a 37 - 8 victory.    RND High Scorers: Nathan Pinder 17,  Will Cockfield 6, Johnny Murphy  6, Shayden Dorey  6 .

Senior Basketball Victory 09.21.18
RND traveled to KCVI yesterday for an season opening tilt with the Blues. The Panthers shared the load offensively between Natalie Koopman 9pts, Kaleigh Coco 8pts, Bridget Mignault 8pts,  Mackinley Szumlanski 8pts, on the way to a Score: 43 - 27 win.


Field Hockey Turf Tussles

The RND Panther Field Hockey squad opened their season on Monday with a double header of action at the Caraco Homefield.
Despite dominating field position in the first half the Panthers were down by two goals at half to the Napanee Golden Hawks.  The Panthers mounted a furious second frame comeback, but fell just short, seeing NDSS take a 3-2 win.  See action pictures from this game Click Here.
In the second contest Kate Day filled in as goalie as RND matched up with another Golden Bird - the Golden Eagles of Sydenham High School.  We were up 3-0 at half time and 5-0 before the halfway point of the 2nd half. RND High Scorers:  Maggie Airhart (3) Rachel,  Oleschuk (2)  


2018 Fall Sports Season Starts  09.14.18

On Friday the Senior Panther Football team engaged in an offensive battle with the Falcons of Frontenac.  Unfortunately RND came out on the wrong side of a 42 - 39 score.  However this exciting contest was the opening game of the KASSAA high school sports season and a exciting start to the high school sports season that will extend for the next 10 months.

Panthers players, parents and fans can find all the necessary information to cheer on the Garnet & Gold on the RND Scoreboard web site. Schedules, up to date results, rosters, action picture and highlight movies will be posted throughout each sport season.

Remember, the on-line version of the KASSAA schedule is the only official version.  Please DO NOT PRINT schedules. If changes are made on-line printed version will be incorrect.

Check back to the RND Scoreboard frequently for all your Garnet & Gold information.

 

 

 

 










 

 

 


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