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#1 Seed Vaughan Voyageurs looking to repeat 2012 OFSAA AAAA Boys basketball champions

The seeding committee has released the final numbers and back in a familiar spot is the Vaughan Voyageurs, who despite losing 2014 Superstar Andrew Wiggins to Huntington Prep, in West Virginia are awarded the number one seed.

The two Ottawa high school basketball teams where also seeded accordingly with Ottawa St. Patrick’s Irish earning a top 10 spot at #8 and the Louis-Riel Rebels checking in at #15. The 18 teams will go head-to-head in the Nations capital for all the bragging rights for the Top High School Boys Basketball Team in Ontario. Ball goes up Monday!

1 Vaughan Secondary School – YRAA

2 Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School – TDCAA


3 Holy Trinity Catholic High School – GHAC

4 Pine Ridge Secondary School – LOSSA

5 St. Michael’s College School – CISSA

6 Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute – TDSSAA

7 H.B. Beal Secondary School – WOSSAA


8 St. Patrick’s High School – NCSSAA

9 Westmount Secondary School- SOSSA

10 St. Mary’s High School – CWOSSA

11 West Hill Collegiate Institute – TDSSAA

12 Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School – ROPSSA


13 John F. Ross Collegiate Vocational Institute – CWOSSA

14 Father. Michael Goetz Catholic Secondary School – ROPSSA

15 École secondaire publique Louis-Riel – NCSSAA

16 Collingwood Collegiate Institute – GBSSA

17 Ursuline College Catholic Secondary School – YRAA


2012 Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations boys’ AAAA basketball championship run Ottawa from March 5-7 and will feature the top teams from across the province of Ontario, the semi-finals and will played at the Home of the Carleton Ravens.

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