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Two weeks after winning gold in the Brantford Tournament, the U11 Atom Girls Valiants team wins the gold medal at the Blessed Sacrament tournament in Hamilton over the weekend.
The girls deployed the same method to attain victory – intense, scrappy defence and relentless rebounding. This coupled with incredible effort and timely scoring led the Valiants to gold once again
Tournament scores were as follows: Valiants 30 Brockville 13
Valiants 33 Stoney Creek 23
Valiants 44 Burlington 20
Valiants 33 Tecumseh 11
Valiants 31 Stoney Creek 23
Congratulations goes out to: Daniella Dosen, Mikayla Firr, Brooklyn Dalrymple, Alaysia Elam, Kyari Nelson-Crouse, Anna Pozzi, Leah Shannon, Annie Seagris, Maysa Arabi, Sophia McKinnon, Zariyah Ross, Jade Abi
The Windsor Valiants were treated to high level USport basketball when they attended the University of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball game vs. Algoma Thunderbirds on Saturday February 16, 2019.
The Lancers honoured OUA three point leader, 5th year senior guard Carly Steer, the young Valiants sat in awe as Steer set the OUA record with 227 career three pointers. Steer began her basketball career when she first suited up with the Valiants in 2003 as a 10 yr old novice player. Throughout her University career Steer routinely supported the Valiants organization through clinics, guest speaking, tutorial etc.
Congratulations former Windsor Valiant Carly Steer !
The Windsor Valiants U11 team won the gold medal at the February 1st Brantford Tournament.
On Friday night the Valiants faced a scrappy Dundas team. The Valiants were able to prevail by a 27-8 score.
On Saturday morning the Valiants were set to meet the home Brantford team. The Valiants had recently faced the Brantford squad in the Windsor Tournament and the Sarnia Tournament. The Valiants had narrowly won both those battles by 4 and 10 points respectively.
On this occasion, the Valiants came out on fire. The Valiants showed that they meant business by out hustling their opponents and winning every rebound battle and every loose ball battle. The final result was a convincing 47-13 victory over a very good division one foe.
Next up was Burlington. This was an unknown opponent. After an initial slow start the Valiants were able to prevail 34-15.
In the final the Valiants faced Stoney Creek. Stoney Creek was definitely a worthy foe and were up 19-15 at halftime.
The Valiants came storming back and eventually prevailed by a score of 41-28.
Congratulations to the U11 Atom Valiants gold medal winning team .
Former Valiant Player and Coach Korissa Williams is continuing to lead but is now doing so off the court in her new role as a Police officer.
We are so proud of Korissa and everything that she has done and continues to do. Keep up the great work and we hope to see you soon!
The Windsor Valiants would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. We hope that you have a safe and happy holidays with friends and family!!
Very special Merry Christmas from the Valiants Major Bantam team!!