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Published on Jun 14, 2012

A look back at St. Marguerite d'Youville's 2011-2012 athletics.

Sr.Boys basketball looked to win ROPSAA for the fourth consecutive time, but after finishing first in the league, they were upset by a gritty Father Goetz team in the quarter finals.

Sr. Boys Volleyball, for the first time in school history, made the tier 2 ROPSSAA boys final falling short in three sets.

Jr. Boys Basketball went undefeated and won convincingly over Father Goetz in the ROPSSAA final. Their second in the past three years. Ranked number two in the province, this team was one of the most athletic junior teams d'Youville have seen in years.

Archery managed to win a ROPSSAA title along with swimmer Michael Belanger who won three individual gold medals.

Boys baseball team beat Gonzaga in the ROPSSAA final 11-1, their second consecutive title, however, OFSAA didn't go so well as they were defeated in two games.

d'Youville's track team won 11 medals in ROPSSAA. Gold medalists included the midget boys 4 x 100m relay team, senior girls 100m and 400m hurdles and midget girls triple jump. 13 athletes qualified for OFSAA.

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