KELVIN CLIPPERS WIN GOLD AND SPIRIT TITLES AT 2018 CANADIAN HIGH SCHOOL ULTIMATE CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Ultimate Canada – May 9, 2018 — Over the weekend, high schools from across Canada competed at the 2018 Canadian High School Ultimate Championships (CHSUC) in Surrey, BC.
Kelvin High School, out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, stormed all the way to the finals undefeated to take home their first ever CHSUC title and Spirit title. In the final, the Clippers faced off against the Bowmanville Talons, from Bowmanville, ON, in an exciting match up, defeating them 15-11 in a two-hour showdown.
Star Kelvin player Yasmin Bañares was awarded the Most Valuable Player award after her dominant performance in the finals. Bañares will be competing at the 2018 World Junior Ultimate Championships for the under-20 national team in Waterloo in August.
Stratford Hall, from Vancouver, BC, took home the bronze medal on home soil. The Sabres only posted two losses throughout the weekend, to out-of-town teams Bowmaville and Kelvin. The Sabres will be looking to continue their momentum at the BC provincial championships in Surrey in three weeks’ time.
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