Success in the future will require teams to restructure mid-game and implement creative plays, said one analyst.
Head coach Matthew Buckley believes Conestoga’s team is tight and competitive, but needs to find a way to keep up its energy through the third and fourth quarters.
Conestoga’s women went to five sets, ultimately losing their contest, while the men took straight sets for the win.
Tri-City Roller Derby opened their practice space for a meet and greet on Sunday, Nov. 25 to people who are curious about what goes on within their roller derby league in hope of recruiting new skaters, volunteers and fans.
For Conestoga’s Condors, being a student and an athlete at the same time is a time-management challenge. But it also brings its share of rewards, team members say.
Despite an 0-7 start, players and coaches believe the young team has the drive, skill and determination to make the OCAA playoffs.
Over a hundred people turned out to watch and compete in the National Ninja League (NNL) qualifying competition at Double Dragon Martial Arts and Fitness in Kitchener on Saturday.
The men’s volleyball Condors capped off a two-game weekend at home with a 3-0 victory over the Cambrian Golden Shield. The team did not lose a set in either game this weekend.
The Conestoga women’s volleyball team lost their third game of the season Sunday afternoon versus the Cambrian Golden Shield 3-2 at the Conestoga Student Recreation Centre.
The team must now prepare for the second half of a two-game weekend at home, this time against Cambrian.
Condors coach Wayne Harris hopes to implement the same game plan as the team takes on Cambrian Nov. 11.
Double Dragon Martial Arts and Fitness will host three classes of adult competitions on Saturday, with trials for younger age groups on Sunday.
This will be the first time in six years that a non-Korean team will take home the Summoner’s Cup.
Coach Haiqu-Liu describes the skills of this year’s squad as being ‘light years ahead’ of where the team was last year.