September’s Theme is Courage: Having the strength to do what is right even when it is not popular. Speaking up for yourself and others.
Niesje Van’tHoff has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. Niesje has worked hard all season at improving her time and getting race ready. She always shows up to practice with a smile and is encouraging to all runners on the team. She improved her race time from the Turkey Trot in Kemptville by 2 min at LGSSAA last week in the same trail. She uses her time to help motivate her to continue to improve and her positive attitude is a joy to have on the Cross-Country team! Keep up the great positive attitude and commitment Niesje!
Reed Huntley has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. Reed is always positive and upbeat on the court. He hustles without reminders and is always supportive of his teammates. He has the courage to be himself and treat others with kindness, no matter who they are. Keep up the great work Reed! We look forward to what you and your team will do this season!
October’s Theme is Optimism: Have hope for the future. Try to find the good in every situation.
Lily May Berriman has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF OCTOBER. Lily is an optimistic leader on the Junior Girls Basketball Team this year. She not only shows amazing support for her own team but she supports her opponents in a positive manner as well. Lily is always willing to take on whatever role the team needs in order to make the team successful. She is willing to sacrifice her body to make winning plays which makes her a very special player who demonstrates only her very best at all times. Congratulations Lily May!
Cole Moorhouse has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF OCTOBER. Cole comes off the bench for the Senior Boys Volleyball team and often provides an infusion of spirit and hope for his teammates. He never gives up and looks for moments to celebrate in a positive fashion, even when the “chips are down”. We look forward to watching Cole continue to develop! Congratulations and best of luck with rest of the season Cole!
November’s Theme is Respect: Value yourself and others. Be considerate of the rights and feelings of self and others.
Elise Plaschka has been selected as the Female CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF NOVEMBER. Elise was a considerate of all members of the Senior Girls Basketball Team who was a quiet leader, but also her teammates #1 fan. She demonstrated tremendous respect towards her coaches, opponents and officials. Coming off her 3rd consecutive LGSSAA “A” an EOSSAA “A” Championships, Elise brought that sense of competitiveness and respect of the game in her 2nd OFSAA “A” appearance. Way to go Elise!
Joseph Brownson has been selected as the Male CRUSADER CHARACTER for the MONTH OF NOVEMBER. As a member of the Junior Boys Volleyball Team, Joseph always conducted himself in a respectful manner, both on and off the court. He was kind and encouraging to his teammates, and as a result was very well-liked by others. No matter what happened on the court, Joseph always showed respect toward the officials and his coach. These attributes, along with his dedication and work ethic made him a positive role model to the entire team. Congratulations Joseph!