Strong showing at Canadian tournament for Saltus

  • National pride: Saltus Grammar School’s Senior Girls football team participated in the Canadian Association of Independent Schools Soccer championship

    National pride: Saltus Grammar School’s Senior Girls football team participated in the Canadian Association of Independent Schools Soccer championship

  • Best foot forward: Saltus Senior Boys football team and coaches

    Best foot forward: Saltus Senior Boys football team and coaches

  • Game players: Saltus CAIS against BSS Emily

    Game players: Saltus CAIS against BSS Emily

  • Too cold: Saltus Girls struggle in Ontario

    Too cold: Saltus Girls struggle in Ontario

  • Pool therapy: Saltus footballers take CAIS pool recovery

    Pool therapy: Saltus footballers take CAIS pool recovery

  • Saltus CAIS U13 Boys (Photograph supplied)

    Saltus CAIS U13 Boys (Photograph supplied)

  • Saltus CAIS Senior Girls (Photograph submitted)

    Saltus CAIS Senior Girls (Photograph submitted)

  • Saltus CAIS Senior Girls

    Saltus CAIS Senior Girls

  • Saltus CAIS vs BSS Marli

    Saltus CAIS vs BSS Marli

  • Saltus at CAIS Emily

    Saltus at CAIS Emily

  • Saltus CAIS U13

    Saltus CAIS U13

  • Saltus CAIS U13

    Saltus CAIS U13

  • Saltus CAIS U13

    Saltus CAIS U13


Saltus recently had three teams travel to the CAIS Soccer National Tournaments (Senior Boys, Senior Girls and U13 Boys) in Canada.

The senior girls tournament was hosted by Country Day School in King City, Ontario. Saltus finished with a record of one win, two draws and two loses.

Darren Lewis, director of athletics told us: “The team improved with each game and gained some valuable experience from the tournament.”

The Saltus U13 team participated in the Canadian Association of Independent Schools U13 boys’ National Football Championships in Ontario, Canada.

This year’s event was hosted by the Holy Trinity School in Richmond Hills, a suburb outside of Toronto.

Saltus Grammar School Under-13 boys’ team lost to St George’s School in the final of the Canadian Association of Independent Schools Championships in Ontario.

Richard Todd, the Saltus coach, said: “Saltus can be proud of their accomplishment in their first year competing in the tournament.”

The senior boys tournament was hosted by Rothesay Netherwood School in New Brunswick.

The boys made it the silver division final as they compiled a 3-3 record throughout the tournament.

At the end of tournament prize presentation the boys were given their runners-up medals and they seemed to be happy enough to finish tenth overall out of 20 teams.

Saltus Senior boys

Cameron Coffey, Erik Frederick, Luke Young, Jake Field, Jack Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jordan Clarke, Zachary Steeves, Alex Woodroffe, Cody Richardson, Sam Palmer, Evan Washington, Christen Lugo-Elibox, Caleb McDowall, Yiwone Darrell, Vishan Patton, Ben Osset, Cody Robinson. Coaches: Tim Figuereido, John Nusum, Ryan Murray.

Senior Girls

Haleigh Martin, Samantha Stempel, Tiahna Wild, Lindsey Pacheco, Xe-Ahjah Paynter, Emily Illston, Danni Watson, Selah Tuzo, Emily Cabral, Marli Butterfield, Massassi Smith, Jailyn Boddington, Jade Johnston, Zemira Webb, Ramiah Brangman, Lauren Cardwell. Coaches: Darrin Lewis, Erica McArthur, Lesley White.

Under-13 Boys

Jacob Adderley, Nathaniel Swan, Keiaron Bean, Joao DeSa, Thomas Ellison, Micah Hollis, Cole Packwood, Jack Driscoll, Bakari Furbert, Ahri Daniels, Cooper McGuire, Essien Binns, James Morrison, Nic Southern, Tristan Robinson. Coaches: John Nusum, Richard Todd, Shayne Scott.

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Published Oct 25, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 25, 2018 at 9:02 am)

Strong showing at Canadian tournament for Saltus

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