CAS Defeat GPS in 1sts Basketball but go down in 2nds

At Barker College on Wednesday 24th March CAS left their best performance of the representative season for the traditional clash with the GPS dominating their rivals from start to finish. CAS led by as many as 26 points in the third period playing fast selfless basketball to take the Peter Yeend cup with a 9-pont victory (71-62). In the earlier game 2nds went down 59 to 75.

For Score sheets 1sts score sheet 1sts Stats 2nds score sheet

 

CAS continue their winning way in the Basketball

Last night at Waverley College Gym the CAS 1sts and 2nds Basketball teams continued their winning way defeating AICES in their 2nd Representative fixtures.  Both teams lead at every quarter with strong performances across the court.

In 1sts scores were CAS 86 AICES 67  Top scores were Deonte Williams 22, Tom Buvac 19, and Kiran Siva 15.

In 2nds scores were CAS 93 AICES 51 Top scores were Bailey Huges 15, Kye Gonzales 14,

For full score sheets click here

Next Wednesday will see the final match of the series when Barker College will host the games against GPS.

CAS Defeated by GPS in the Tennis

On a day where it looked like no play would occur GPS have come out on top of CAS in the Annual Representative match which this year was held at Trinity Grammars Courts. After a short delay play got underway with the doubles matches leading off.  4 of the matches went to Super sets to determine their result.

For the full results of all the matches click here

CAS defeat ISA in the first of the Basketball Representative Matches

CAS have defeated ISA in the firsts and seconds Basketball games at Oakhill College last night and retained the Fedeles, Van Houten, Gower Cup.

 

CAS 2nds 78 def. ISA 2nds 64

  • CAS Leading Scorers: B. Hughes 13, N. Harrop12, J. Christopoulos 8, R. Voyzey, J. Steel 8, J. Andrews 6, K. Gonzales 5, L. Vasic 5, T. Arndt 5.

 

CAS 1sts 85 def. ISA 1sts 79

  • CAS Leading Scorers: T. Buvac 21, M. Smith 19, D. Williams 10, K. Goehring 9, K. Siva 8, J. Sherston 6, T. Kidd 5, J. Woods 5.

Next round of matches will be against AICES on Thursday at Waverley College.

Knox Wins the Swimming and Barker the Diving at the 2021 Championships

On a very loud and entertaining in night at SOPAC Knox Grammar School have retained the The Thyne Challenge Shield.

Final Point score for the night was

Knox Grammar School 563
Trinity Grammar 528. 5
Barker College 419
Waverley College 351. 5
Cranbrook School 330
St. Aloysius’ College 303

In the Diving Barker won their second Steven Barnett Shield

Barker College 47
Trinity Grammar School 45
Knox Grammar School 18
St Aloysius’ College 1
Waverley College 0

CAS Basketball Teams to play ISA, AICES and GPS Announced

Congratulations to the following players who have been selected for the CAS 1sts and 2nds Basketball teams to play the following matches

Tuesday 16th March, 2021 CAS I & II v ISA I & II @ Oakhill College 2nds 5:30pm 1sts 7pm
Thursday 18th March, 2021 CAS I & II v AICES I & II @ Waverley College 2nds 5:30pm 1sts 7pm
Wednesday 24th  March, 2021 CAS I & II v GPS I & II @ Barker College 2nds 5:30pm 1sts 7pm

CAS 1sts

Kiran Siva Cranbrook School
Matthew Pain Knox Grammar School
Keanu Goehring Knox Grammar School
Mitchell Smith Knox Grammar School
Liam Puncher Knox Grammar School
Deonte Williams Trinity Grammar School
Tom Buvac Trinity Grammar School
Jayden Woods Trinity Grammar School
Theo Kidd Trinity Grammar School
Jack Sherston Waverley College

CAS 2nds

Luca Vasic Barker College
Ned Harrop Barker College
Rourke Voyzey Knox Grammar School
James Steel Knox Grammar School
Tyler Arndt Knox Grammar School
Henri Day Knox Grammar School
Bailey Hughes St Aloysius’ College
Jesse Milevskiy St Aloysius’ College
Kyan Gonzales St Aloysius’ College
James Andrews Trinity Grammar School
Jamie Christopoulos Trinity Grammar School
Hugo Roles Waverley College

CAS Tennis Team to play GPS

The CAS Tennis team to play GPS has been announced. The match will take place on Wednesday 17th March, 2021 CAS v GPS venue Trinity Grammar School Tennis Centre cnr King St & Princess St Ashbury 8am.

Congratulations to the following players.

David Windybank Barker College
Noah Wheen Barker College
Owen Ng Barker College
Nicholas Fiani Cranbrook School
Leo Phijidvijan Knox Grammar School
Adam van Horen Knox Grammar School
Nicholas Bigeni Knox Grammar School
Ben Cherry St Aloysius’ College
Dylan Guler Trinity
Max Nguyen Trinity
Roger Sweeney Waverley College
Nikitia Nikitenko Waverley College

Summer Sports Premiers All But Decided

Saturday the 6th of March saw the end of the Summer season for all sports except Water Polo which has one round to go this Friday.

Congratulations to the following Premiers

Basketball Knox Grammar School/Trinity Grammar School Joint
Chess Knox Grammar School
Cricket Cranbrook School
Tennis S Barker College
Volleyball S Trinity Grammar School

 

CAS Defeat ISA in Opens Tennis

Tuesday 2nd March saw CAS Tennis team take on ISA at Barker College.

It was a good day for the CAS team with some new players making their debut appearance for the team. The CAS boys combined well with their partners from other schools and looked like they were enjoying every moment out on the courts. It was great to see how well our boys all get on with one another.

There was some outstanding tennis played by Roger Sweeney (W) and Leo Phijdvijan (K) in their doubles to win both sets against a tough pair. Dylan Guler (T), Nicholas Fiani (C), David Windybank (B), Max Dimmick (B) were a few boys to mention for some solid tennis played in their singles.

A highlight for the day was seeing all the CAS boys really getting behind one another in all of the matches.

Overall it was a great day for CAS team winning 13- 5 in rubbers and 26- 10 in sets. Well done CAS!

Thank you to Barker in their membership of ISA for hosting.

For full results click here

Ben Higgins

CAS 16s Cricket defeat GPS

CAS 16s Cricket side have defeated GPS 16s in a high scoring match on Rosewood Oval at Barker on Sunday Feb 28th. CAS batted first and scored 7/251 with Melvey scoring 56 and Brooks 55. In reply GPS were all out for 233 with Walsh the best of the bowlers 3 wickets for 23 runs off 10 overs.