OSSTA Boys' Tournament Results

OASA 2017 Tournament Results

Division
Mite (U10)
Squirt (U12)
PeeWee (U14)
Bantam (U16)
Midget (U18)
Host
Woodbridge
Kitchener-Waterloo
Unionville
Brantford
Lake Simcoe
# of Teams
5
7
12
4
5
Gold
Niagara on the Lake
Bracebridge
Owen Sound
Topham Park
Topham Park
Silver
Bracebridge
Frontenac
Frontenac
Jordan
Bramalea
Bronze
Woodbridge
Bradford
Arthur
Belleville
Lake Simcoe
4th
Unionville
Cambridge
Baden
Brantford
Belleville
Host Contact
Lou Calvitto
Gilles Butcher
Pam Branoff
Jay Laronde
Charlene Schell

During the weekends of August 12th (midget, bantam & pee wee), August 19th (mite & squirt,) , 33 teams participated, down slightly from 37 teams in 2016. (more)

OASA 2016 Tournament Results

During the weekends of August 13th (midget, bantam), August 20th (mite, squirt, pee wee) , 37 teams participated, up from 34 teams in 2015. (more)

OASA 2015 Tournament Results

During the weekends of August 15th (mite, pee wee, bantam), August 22nd (squirt, midget), 34 teams participated, down from 47 teams in 2014. OASA supplied championship plaques, champion & finalist banners, one dozen balls and invitation to champion teams/host reps to champions banquet in September. All select teams pay $25 extra to the host that comes to OASA to cover expenses as well as OASA affiliation. The OASA affiliation allows invitation to attend AGM in November. (more)

OASA 2014 Tournament Results

During the weekends of Aug 9th (Bantam), Aug 16th (Mite, Squirt and Peewee) and Aug 23rd (Midget) 47 teams participated in the 5 championships - up from 42 teams in 2013. Georgian Bay medaled in 4 of the 5 age groups while Lyn and Topham Park with 2 championships each also had very strong showings. (more)

OASA 2013 Tournament Results

42 teams in all participated in 5 championships - down from 46 in 2012. (more)

OASA 2012 Tournament Results

A total of 46 Select teams representing associations from the Ottawa Valley in the east, Georgian Bay in the north, the Niagara Peninsula in the south and Kitchener Waterloo in the west participated in Select Provincial Championships this year. Year over year only 1 division increased in numbers. Mites went from 9 to 8 teams; Squirts went from 14 to 16 teams; Peewee from 9 to 8; Bantam from 9 to 7; and Midgets from 8 to 7. All told we went from 49 down to 46 teams. Thank you again to the associations that stepped forward and hosted each tournament. As always, you represented not only yourselves but the sport very well. Thank you to the OASA and its reps for their participation and support provided in putting on these championships each year. Below are updates on each championship tournament....(more)

OASA 2011 Tournament Results

A total of 49 Select teams representing associations from as far away as the Ottawa Valley in the east, Georgian Bay in the north, the Niagara Peninsula in the south and Kitchener Waterloo in the west participated in Select Provincial Championships this year. 3 of the 5 divisions saw lower numbers of team’s year over year and 2 stayed flat. Mites went from 12 to 9 teams; Squirts stayed at 14; Peewee from 12 to 9; Bantam from 10 to 9; and Midgets stayed at 8. All told we went from 56 down to 49 teams. Thank you to the 5 associations that stepped forward and hosted each tournament. As always, you represented not only yourselves but the sport very well. Thank you to the OASA and its reps for their participation and support provided in putting on these championships each year. Below are updates on each championship tournament....(more)

OASA 2010 Tournament Results

A total of 56 Select teams representing associations from as far away as the Ottawa Valley in the east, Georgian Bay in the north, the Niagara Peninsula in the south and Kitchener Waterloo in the west participated in Select Provincial Championships this year. 4 of the 5 divisions saw increased numbers of team’s year over year. Mites went from 6 to 12 teams; Squirts from 12 to 14; Peewee from 8 to 12; and Bantam from 7 to 10. The Midgets dropped from 12 teams down to 8. All told we went from 45 to 56 teams. Thank you to the 5 associations that stepped forward and hosted each tournament. As always, you represented not only yourselves but the sport very well. Thank you to the OASA and its reps for their participation and support provided in putting on these championships each year. Below are updates on each championship tournament....(more)