News and Announcements
Now open for registration is the Windsor Valiants High School Summer League. Games will be on Wednesday nights and players can sign up as a team of at least 8 players for $250 or by themselves as a free agent for $35. Games will be at Forester at 749 Felix Ave. Registration is open to boys and girls in high school or entering high school. Please see the registration form below. Email Josh Leeman at email@example.com. The league starts Wednesday June 28th.
The document 2017 Summer League Registration was attached to this post.
The Windsor Valiants have now opened our 2 week summer camp program. The dates of the camp are July 17th- July 21st and August 14th-18th. The camp will be for girls in grades 1 through grade 8. Both sessions will feature Canada Basketball Senior Women’s National Team starting point guard Miah-Marie Langlois who is a former Valiant! Space is limit so be sure to sign up ASAP. Please see the attached registration to sign up your young athlete. Email Josh Leeman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The document Summer Camp Registration 2017 was attached to this post.
Valiants Atom Coach Ricardo Tate has been named St. Clair College’s Head Men’s Basketball coach. Tate the father of Windsor Valiants Mya Tate has done great work with the Valiants organization and will bring that same work ethic to the St. Clair Saints. See the full article inside the May 2017 edition of the Windsor Star Ricardo Tate New St Clair Men’s Coach
The Windsor Valiants “Cleveland Cavalier 2016 Championship Ring Raffle” was a huge success ! Congratulations to contest winner, Colton Allen. The Kennedy High School student stated he will probably keep the ring in its customized designer box and looks to add a Essex Ravens Football championship ring to his Baron ring collection. Many thanks to Drina Baron-Zinyk for her assistance with the raffle.
The Juel of Ontario and several members of the Windsor Valiants travelled to Antigua to participate in the 14th Annual Brazier Shoot-Out.
The three team tournament featured a round robin format, and championship game.
The Juel of Ontario team cruised to the finals with 74-15 and 57-22 wins of CPTSA WIngs and Purple Heart respectively. They would face a combined squad from Wings and Purple Heart, and once again cruise to victory, with a 45-12 final score.
Individual Awards went to the following Valiants:
Lydia Abraha for Most Assists
Maya Calongcagong for most steals
Lydia Abraha, Maya Calongcagong, and Ashleigh LaBlance were selected to the 12 member All Tournament Team.
Congratulations to Lydia, Maya, Ashleigh, Karla, and Quin of the Valiants Juel team for representing us in Antigua!