2018-2019 Athletic Engagement
The Juvenile Division-I team just missed the GMAA playoffs, but won the Ed Meagher Loyola Tournament for a second year in a row. The Midget team participated in the league semi-finals. Finally, the Bantam Division-1 team won the LCC Tournament and participated in the CAIS U-13 Tournament in Toronto, winning the consolation draw banner.
The SHS Elementary School team won the GMAA Championship banner, their sixth consecutive title.
The Gryphon curlers finished as league semi-finalists in GMAA competition.
The emerging Selwyn House fencing program hosted its first-ever invitational tournament, which saw two of its Senior School teams take home the top two spots in the tournament. A Selwyn House fencer also finished in first place at the U-13 Provincial Championships. As a result, he earned a berth in the North American Competition at the U-13 level.
The Juvenile team was an RSEQ league semi-finalist, while the Cadet team was an RSEQ finalist losing a tightlycontested chavipionship game in early November.
All four Middle/Senior School hockey teams qualified for the the LHIQ playoffs. The Juvenile Division-I team enjoyed one of their strongest regular seasons in many years. The Juvenile Division-3 team also had a strong run, losing in the league finals after a steady regular season campaign. The Bantam hockey team participated in the LHIQ playoffs, while the Pee-Wee program took a big step forward in finishing as the finalists in their league.
The Midget rugby team finished as semi-finalists in their GMAA l0's league, while the Bantam rugby team ended up as GMAA finalists.
The Juvenile team lost 1-0 in the GMAA league finals after a great late-season run to advance to the championship game.
In the GMAA tournament, the Juvenile boys team won a bronze medal in singles action, as well as a gold in doubles. The Bantam team brought a strong group to the tournament, winning the Bantam level with both of their singles players competing for the gold medal in the finals. The Bantams also captured silver and bronze medals in the doubles competition. The program won its annual tennis tournament, edging out its rival Loyola, at the Nun's Island Tennis Club.
The Wrestling Gryphons placed sixth in the GMAA Championships and had two medalists, including one gold. As well, the team won two bronze medals at the provincial championships.
Nine student-athletes attended the GMAA Awards night, with eight receiving recognition as team MVPs, and the ninth student receiving the school's Most Sportsmanlike Player award.