The Elphinstone bantam boys were one win away from a North Shore title after beating Rockridge 39-22 on Feb. 6 in the first of two league semifinal games.
The Cougars advanced to the final, which was played on Wednesday, Feb. 13 against Handsworth who defeated St. Thomas Aquinas in the other semifinal on Feb. 7.
In senior girls, the Cougars finished on a high note with a 39-32 win over Seycove on Feb. 6 to finish with a 3-6 league record.
Chatelech played Rockridge on Feb. 7 and played one of its best games of the year dropping a 55-52 decision.
In senior boys, Elphi played its last league game on Tuesday, Feb. 12 against St. Thomas Aquinas, winning 85-75, while Chat finished league play with a game against Seycove, losing 81-49.
Both teams opened the playoffs on Thursday with Chat playing Collingwood and Elphinstone playing Windsor.
In junior boys action, Elphi beat Rockridge 31-23 on Jan. 30 to finish at 2-7 and tied with Argyle for the final playoff berth. The Cougars then lost a tie-breaker to Argyle on Feb. 1 to finish their season.
In junior girls action, Chat lost 57-21 to Carson Graham on Jan. 30 to finish their season at 2-8.
Elphi grads host sports camp
Twenty-two elementary school students spent a happy and active day on the Feb. 8 Pro-D day at Elphi's sports camp.
Fourteen Grade 12 students volunteered their time to provide a great overview of fundamental skills and various sports in volleyball, basketball, soccer and dance.
Parent supervisor Ginny Blattler couldn't have been more proud of the grads instilling inspiration, teamwork and good sportsmanship to the young campers.
At the end of the day, the young campers were shouting to the grads to have more sports camps for the next Pro-D day. They might just get what they asked for.
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