Saturday | December 14, 2019

U10 Soccer Secures Title

On Saturday October 27th, the U-10 soccer team participated in our final tournament at Crescent School. Despite the rain and cold weather the team was ready to go! Our first game was against CDS. We quickly took the lead with an amazing goal from George. Soon after, both Mahdi and Mikhail scored goals for Crestwood.

U12 Girls Bball – A True Team

The Crestwood U12 Team travelled to Branksome Hall to compete in the final, weekend tournament of the season. The girls got off to a hot start in the first game against Kingsway College, opening with a 6-2 run. By halftime, the team was rolling along with a 12-8 lead. The girls continued their excellent play

Grade 6 Soccer Champs

The Grade 6 soccer team attended our end of season finals at De La Salle on Saturday. Placed on the strong side of the draw the odds of making the final were against us. Our opening game against Pickering College showed how our team was determined to end our season on a high. Three goals

“The Second-Goal Parent: Developing Winners in Life Through Sports”

Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association Respect… rules, officials, opponents, team, self         Honour the game!                                                                                           CISAA Parents’ Workshop Invitation 2018   The Conference of Independent Schools’ Athletic Association will be proudly presenting a very informative workshop for parents of our male and female student/athletes. The workshop will be hosted on Tuesday, November 6th,

CISAA Cross Country Championship

For some, the cool fall weather calls for crawling indoors and curling up under a blanket. For others, it takes us to running the final run of our cross-country season. Though there wasn’t any snow on the ground, the course took our Crestwood runners onto the chilly trails competing against a backdrop of changing leaves

Johnny on the spot!

A penalty kick, plus a hat trick from open play by Johnny and some more glorious goaltending from Mikel was enough to take Crestwood to victory. A slender squad of just 9 players from grade 6 set out with much vigor and dominated much of the first half play to take a 4-goal lead. After the interval, the game became


Our final qualifying meet took place at Crescent this past Wednesday. With laces tight, our runners took off running through the fall trails. Many of our team members conquered the muddy, hilly terrain obtaining personal best scores. James, Jordyn and Davis all placed in the top 10 category for Under 9s. Congratulations to all of

Girls Bball Continue Recent Roll

The U12 Girls Basketball team traveled to Pickering College on Monday, October 15th for their 5th game of the season! The girls were eager and ready to play from the sound of the first buzzer. Once again, it was a close game throughout, but the Crestwood Cubs managed to maintain the lead for almost the

U10 Soccer Stars

The U-10 Soccer team hosted their second home game of the season yesterday against Bayview Glen. Despite the cold weather, we pushed through and played an awesome game. Both Harrison and George made unbelievable stops in net. Congratulations to Ben who scored a breakaway goal for Crestwood. We are looking forward to our next two

U11 Performance Proves Promising

The U11 soccer team put in a great performance away to Bayview Glen last night! On a cold, windy afternoon the team showed a true battling spirit and really grew into the game after falling behind. Thato scored a majestic goal with a chip of the opposition goalkeeper to cap a great 2nd half. The

Pickering Pops Gr.6 Boys Soccer

It was another close game for the Grade 6 Soccer team but ultimately another defeat. The long road trip north to Newmarket to play Pickering College caused the team to have some ‘bus legs’ as we got off to a slow start and quickly fell behind 3-0. Some magnificent goalkeeping from Mikel kept the lead at 3

Dr. Alex Russell – Clinical psychologist and author of ‘Drop the Worry Ball’

Anxiety disorders among children are on the rise: more medications are being prescribed, new disorders are appearing and children are struggling to take on the world around them. Taking a health perspective, Dr. Russell will help us understand how to shift the burden or responsibility to children, something that helps them take on anxiety. Returning

Montcrest Defeats Gr. 6 Soccer

A brace from Griffyn was not enough as Crestwood grade 6 soccer team conceded two penalty kicks in a tough loss to Montcrest School. On an unseasonably hot day, the boys started slowly and were behind inside 5 minutes, more goals against followed and the team found themselves 4 goals down at half-time and fading fast. A spirited

U10 Soccer Superb     

The U-10 soccer team hosted their first home game of the season against Montcrest School. We are so proud of the team for putting in their best effort this game! We showed major improvement from our first game and we can’t wait to play again next week. It was a very close game with Ben

U9 Soccer Victorious

The U9 soccer team hosted our first at home game against Montcrest School this past Tuesday, October 9th. It was an exciting game and we got our first win of the season! Everyone played hard and had fun! A special shout out to Mark and Zachary for scoring our goals. We ended the game with

Girl Cubs Maul Montcrest

The U12 Girls basketball team played their 3rd game of the season on Tuesday, October 9th in their home gym against Montcrest School. It was a nail biter of a game from start to finish! We started off slow with a deficit of 7-0 in the first quarter, but we stayed positive, knowing our shots

Girls’ Bball Home Court Clash

The U12 Girls basketball team had their first game of the season on Tuesday, October 2nd. Not only was it the first game of our season, but it was the first game ever played in our brand new gym! The excitement in the air from the team, the coaches, and all their fans was extraordinary!

TFS cap Cubs in U12 Soccer

Goals for Grifyn and Christopher were not enough as the Grade 6 Soccer team lost 3 – 2 against TFS. On a rain-soaked evening, Crestwood started the game slowly and was quickly behind by two. The boys rallied in the second half and brought the game level, but with only one minute remaining TFS stole the

U9 Soccer @SHS

The U9 soccer team had their first game against Sterling Hall School this past week. Fun was had by all! Special shout outs to Blake and Joey who each scored a goal. We finished with a final score of 5-2 for Sterling Hall. Even though we didn’t win, all players were stars on the field-Your

CBHL Ball Drops on Tuesday

The Crestwood Ball Hockey League will launch on Tuesday, April 24th at lunch recess. We held a short meeting today to see how many players were interested and ended up with close to twenty boys and girls. Each player is asked to bring in their helmet, stick and gloves in order to protect themselves during

Track Takes Off!

It was an excellent day for Crestwood’s Track and Field team yesterday. The team participated in 50m sprint, 200m dash, hurdles, javelin, high jump, long jump, and more. Congratulations to all the runners at yesterday’s meet, as they truly did their best. The U10 relay team came 2nd place. Congratulations to Grade 4 students, Aidan


Crestwood School and Crestwood Preparatory combined forces to take on Blyth Academy in some exciting exhibition hockey games at Scotiabank Pond this past Wednesday. Players from Grade 5, 6, 7 and 8 were invited to participate and we created two equal teams to take part in three games. Our final game was fantastic as the

Spring Sports Season

The Spring Sports season is warming up here at Crestwood School. The U12 softball and the Jr. track & field teams will launch their seasons next week on Monday, April 9th. We welcome students from grades 3-6 interested in track & field to join us as we kick off our season. Athletes interested in Softball try-outs, please

Primary Skating School

Every Thursday Grades JK-3 busily board the Fun Bus en route to York Mills Arena. With the help of their teachers and parent volunteers, the students lace up and hit the ice for their skating instruction as part of their Physical Education program. The Letskate® and Letspowerskate® programs were designed by Tammy Keogh, owner and founder

Hockey Cubs Capture Cup

The U12 Coed Hockey team defeated Royal St Georges College 7-5 on Friday to capture the Division 1(B) Championship at UCC. The boys and girls grabbed three exciting victories en route to their second title in three years. Last year we lost the final to SAC in overtime. We have ten teams in our CIS

Great Volleyball Season

The U12 Girls Volleyball team capped off their season with some great volleyball at Bayview Glen during Saturday’s tournament.  The ladies played with dedication, teamwork, and grit, despite falling to their opponents.  They played two especially close games against Branksome Hall and Bayview Glen, only short of a win by 2 points.  Izzy, Andrianna, and Chloe spiked and

U12 Boys Bball Wrap

On Saturday, Feb 24th the grade 6, U12 basketball team took to the court for their final tournament of the season. In their first game of the day, Crestwood faced the competitive team from RSGC. Our boys were focused and ready to set foot on the court for a 10:30am tip off. The game saw end to end play until half time