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Arnprior Valley Pride –
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U12 A SDT Game 1 1/25/2020
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U12 A SDT Game 3 1/25/2020
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COACHING APPLICATIONS 2020-21

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2020-21 SEASON FOR ALL LEVELS OF BASKETBALL. THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES WILL BE REVIEWED BY THE EXECUTIVE. THE EXECUTIVE IF NECESSARY, WILL CONDUCT INTERVIEWS WITH CANDIDATES TO HELP CHOSE THE APPROPRIATE CANDIDATE FOR EACH TEAM.

There is no specific date for closing of taking applications but teams will be filled and announced when there has been suitable selections made. If there are multiple coaches applying for head coach role for one age level, executive members will conduct interviews to determine successful coaching applicants.

Reminder that taking your NCCP course but not getting certified is the same as not taking it all. We highly recommend getting certification done as these will play into the selection process.

THE LINK TO THE APPLICATION FORM IS THE TITLE ABOVE.

BASKETBALL SEASON SUSPENDED AS OF MARCH 27, 2020

The health and safety of our players, coaches and volunteers is our priority. Given the rapidly increasing uncertainty and health impacts related to COVID-19 the Brockville Blazers and Ontario Basketball Association are suspending all programs. This includes all tournaments, league games and practices. We will continue to monitor the situation including information form the Public Health Agency of Canada, Canada’s chief public health officer, and the Government of Canada and will make a decision over the next few weeks as to when/if we are able to resume our programs for this season.
We encourage all our athletes, coaches, officials, support staff, volunteers, to be vigilant with their health and safety.

Ontario Basketball COVID-19 Update

Remaining 2020 OBA Championships cancelled due to coronavirus

MARCH 27 – Ontario Basketball (OBA), in accordance to Canadian and global health authorities, has made the difficult decision to cancel all programs including the remaining OBA Championships on the 2020 calendar through May for U13 athletes and older.

OBA appreciates the support of our basketball community in your cooperation and understanding. This decision is not being made solely for the health of our players, coaches, and officials, but also public health.

With rapidly developing risks associated with COVID-19 it is not safe for our basketball community to play – or train towards playing – in these end-of-season tournaments with thresholds of public gatherings set at 50 people and the encouragement of social distancing. We encourage all Ontarians to follow public health advice as we are in the midst of a global health crisis that is far more significant than sport.

Cancelled events include:

  • Provincial Championships and Ontario Cup
  • OBL Weekends
  • OBL All-Star Game (May 2)
  • All remaining OBA-sanctioned tournaments

Teams and parents are asked not to contact hotels or Sport-Travel. All hotel reservations will be cancelled and Sport-Travel will be contacting team managers directly with details.

The impact of COVID-19 on sport is becoming increasingly worrisome and continues to have an expanding impact internationally. Ontario Basketball and Canada Basketball have been closely monitoring all available information related to the continued spread of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (coronavirus). The health and safety of our players, officials, employees, volunteers, fans, partners, and everyone associated with basketball in Ontario and Canada and upcoming events continue to be our priority.

The Public Health Agency of Canada currently assesses the public health risk associated with COVID-19 as low for Canada and for Canadian travellers. The public health risk is continually assessed as new information becomes available. Updates on COVID-19 can be found at:
World Health Organization (WHO) International Travel & Health Updates
Further updates by the Sport Medicine Advisory Committee are available every 48 hours. See the document ‘Advisory on COVID-19’ for more info.
These updates are important in aiding sport leaders in assessing the risks associated with travelling for events, training and competitions.
Ontario Basketball and Canada Basketball will continue to monitor this evolving situation and its impact on sport travel and will aim to share any further risk mitigation measures for COVID-19.

 

FOR RESULTS FROM ALL OUR TOURNAMENTS, SEE THE STACEY DALES PAST RESULTS PAGE

ROWAN’S LAW

In honor of the memory of Rowan Stringer, the last Wednesday of September starting this year has been dubbed Rowan’s Law Day, as a commemoration to raise awareness about concussions in sport. Rowan’s Law is now required to be acknowledged by parents, coaches and players.

#RowansLawDay  http://www.mtc.gov.on.ca/en/sport/rowans_law_day.shtml

Rowan’s Law requires all players under 26 years of age and all parents/guardians of players under 18 years of age and coaches to review Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources and OBA’s Concussion Policy and Code of Conduct on a yearly basis.

Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources, which can be found here (https://basketball.on.ca/coaching/concussion-resources/).

OBA’s Concussion Policy and Code of Conduct, which can be found here (https://basketball.on.ca/about-us/policies-and-procedures/concussion-policy-code-of-conduct/).

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Mike OConnor Results

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U12 GIRLS STACEY DALES TOURNAMENT RESULTS

January 27th, 2020|

The U12 AA Tournament couldn't have been any more exciting that it was on Sunday.  The finals saw a matchup of two of the provinces top U12 girls teams with the Blazers Team Luc taking on GCBA Wolverines.  Both teams went 3-0 to earn their spot in the gold medal game.  The championship game was a high energy, battle between [...]

1612, 2019

U12 Girls Win 3rd Championship of Season

December 16th, 2019|

The U12 Atom Girls coached by Luc Guenette and Josh Hodge (with fill in assistant coach Mme. Gaby) have won their third tournament of the fall, going 5-0 in Montreal at La Classique Des Citadins. The teams defense and conditioning led them to the victory in the championship game, winning by a big 43-7 margin.

212, 2019

U16 Girls Perkins claim the AAA/AA Gold Medal at Chris Paulin Tournament

December 2nd, 2019|

The AAA/AA division was only four teams this year but those 4 were very competitive and provided for a great weekend of basketball. In their opening game, the Blazers faced the Gatineau Phoenix.  The Blazers took the game 49-37.  In their second game of the day, the Blazers faced the host Ottawa Next Level U16 team.  This game was close [...]

212, 2019

U16 Girls Team Douglas wins Silver at Chris Paulin Tournament

December 2nd, 2019|

The U16 girls entered the Chris Paulin AA/A tournament with unknown intentions.  A nine player team, with lots of heart and not much practice time took the floor together for the first time on the Friday night against Gloucester Wolverines.  They came out playing great as a team, taking the opener 52-20. Game 2 Saturday morning was against Naismith.  The [...]