Successful trip to Canadian Legions for Nicole McKenzie

Mississauga News Article

It was a very successful trip to Brandon, MB for Nicole McKenzie competing at the Royal Canadian Legion Track and Field Championships. Nicole was selected to represent Team Ontario by qualifying through the District and Provincial meets held earlier in the summer. This championship competition highlights the best youth in Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Nic competed in 5 events during the three day championship in the nearly 40*C temperatures. However, this would not stop her from giving her all and bringing home 5 medals πŸ₯‡.

Below is the list of her events and accomplishments:

200m – 2nd Place πŸ₯ˆ

300m – 3rd Place πŸ₯‰

4x100m Relay – 1st Place πŸ₯‡

4x400m Relay – 1st Place πŸ₯‡

1600m Medley Relay – 1st Place πŸ₯‡

Congratulations Nicole on a long and successful season and for representing BOOST with class. We are extremely happy for you!!


What an exciting 3 days of competition with the best athletes in high school athletics. With over 2400 athletes involved, these fine ladies managed to secure a spot amongst the top 24 of their peers in Ontario. Below are the performance highlights:

Kaycee Martin – Loyola C.S.S. – Midget Girls 80mH – 10th overall

Katie Johnson – St. Marcellinus S.S. – Junior Girls 4x100m – 14th overall

Shai Cuffy – Our Lady of Mount Carmel – Junior Girls 4x100m – 7th overall, Midget Girls Javelin – 18th overall

Nicole McKenzie – St. Marcellinus S.S. – Junior Girls 4x100m – 14th overall, Midget Girls 200m – 2nd overall, Midget Girls 400m – 1st overall

Congratulations ladies on making it to OFSAA your first year and competing in the largest track and field competition in Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦


Gut-wrenching performances; well earned results! This was the theme of the day for our athletes representing their schools at South OFSAA regionals.

Katie Johnson ran a quick 3rd leg of the Junior women’s 4x100m relay while keeping the competition close and cleanly handing off to Nicole McKenzie. Nicole was able to bring it home for 1st place in their heat.

Nicole also ran the Midget women’s 200m and 400m. Hitting a PB in each event, she was able to capture the top spot in both sprints. Both Katie and Nicole represent St. Marcellinus Secondary School.

Kaycee Martin ran both the 100m and 80mH Midget women’s events. While the 100m did not work out as planned, Kaycee was able to advance to the 80mH finals and then finish 3rd overall with a huge PB. Kaycee represents Loyola Catholic Secondary School.

Shai Cuffy ran in the Junior women’s 4x100m relay and was able to run a strong 2nd leg helping her team secure a 2nd place overall. Shai also threw in the Midget women’s Javelin and was able to muscle out her best throw on her 6th and final throw to capture 4th spot. Shai represents Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

Congratulations to all 4 ladies on qualifying to compete at OFSAA, the pinnacle of high school sports in Ontario. This is a huge accomplishment!


A gruelling 2 days competing in the hot summer conditions at the ROPSSAA Track and field Championships and our athletes gave it their all representing their schools.

Katie Johnson – St. Marcellinus S.S.

  • First year in track and field and already making her mark.
  • ROPSSAA qualifier
  • 100M
  • 200M

Kaycee Martin – Loyola C.S.S.

  • No stranger to the track, but new to the hurdles and performing extremely well.
  • 100M – 13.08s πŸ₯‰
  • 80mH – 13.18s πŸ₯‡

Nicole McKenzie – St. Marcellinus S.S.

  • Digging deep to bring out her best potential.
  • 200M – 25.20s πŸ₯‡
  • 400M – 58.55s πŸ₯‡
  • 4x400M – 4:23.26s 4th

Shai Cuffy – Our Lady of Mount Carmel

  • Focused and determined.
  • Javelin – 30.00m πŸ₯‡and New ROPSSAA record
  • 4x100m – 52.13s πŸ₯‡

Congratulations to all athletes for your hard work. Continue to remain focused and resilient as you approach South OFSSA!