QSSSA Provincial Small Schools Tournament Stanstead College, February 15-17, 2019
Anderson Boys Tournament Bishop's College School Quebec High School Richmond Regional High School Stanstead College St. Johns High School
Bailly Girls Tournament Red Stanstead College 1 Quebec High School Bishop's College School
White West Island College Richmond Regional High School Stanstead College 2
B = Bailly Girls A = Anderson Boys All games in the Mackay Gym except * in Amaron Gym
Friday, Feb 15, 2019 B1 9:30 SC 1 vs BCS A1 11:00 BCS vs RRHS A2 12:30 SC vs St. J B2 2:00 SC 1 vs QHS A3 3:30 QHS vs RRHS A4 3:30 BCS vs St. J* B3 5:00 QHS vs BCS B4 5:00 SC 2 vs RRHS* A5 6:30 SC vs QHS B5 8:00 WIC vs SC 2
Saturday, Feb 16, 2019 A6 9:00 BCS vs QHS A7 10:30 SC vs RRHS B6 12:00 WIC vs RRHS A8 1:30 St. J vs QHS A9 3:00 SC vs BCS A10 4:30 St. J vs RRHS B7 6:00 #1 White vs #2 Red B8 7:30 #1 Red vs #2 White
Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 B9 10:00 #3 White vs #3 Red 11:30 Skills Competition B10 1:00 Bailly Final A11 2:30 Anderson Final
The Anderson Boys Tournament and Bailly Girls Tournament have been held since1973, bringing together the small schools from across Quebec off the Island of Montreal for a weekend of competition and camaraderie. Originated by the Association of Administrators of English Schools of Quebec (AAESQ), the tournaments are now overseen by the Quebec Secondary Schools Sports Association (QSSSA).
Wilfred Anderson was born in Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, on April 16, 1920. While a student at Aylesford and Kentville High School, he discovered a love of sport. Through coaching and participating in semi-professional baseball in Kentville and Middleton, he continued to develop his passion during his undergraduate years at Acadia University and through hockey with the Kentville Wildcats and Sydney Millionaires.
Born August 14, 1927 in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Mr. Bailly attended Lunenburg Academy and then Bishop’s University in Lennoxville, Quebec. He received a BSc degree in 1947 and a teaching diploma in 1948.
A graduate of Stanstead College, Steven Philip enjoyed a 35-year career at Quebec High School, where he was a science teacher, coach and long-serving director of athletics. He was (and remains) president of the school’s Alumni Foundation.
Born May 16, 1947 in Chatham, Ontario, Mr. Drohan was an army “brat” who moved frequently during his youth. He attended high school at SMCS in Toronto, and completed his university studies at Waterloo and Western. His entire teaching career was spent at Gaspe Polyvalent School from 1972 until his retirement in 2007.