The event, in support of suicide prevention, runs Friday and Saturday with opening ceremonies set for the first day at 12:30 p.m. in the WCI gymnasium.
In addition to the actual tournament, a popular silent auction with a number of great items will be staged. Click on the poster to see some of the available items.
The first big game of the District 8 senior boys basketball schedule is in the books and the Resurrection Phoenix emerged with the victory.
Jamu Iluyan led the way with 18 points as the Phoenix scored a 49-47 win over the St. Benedict Saints in Cambridge.
Jake Polski, the only key player back from last year's outstanding St. Benedict team that won OFSAA silver, led his squad with 16 points.
Resurrection will host the St. Mary's Eagles on Monday afternoon in the first must-see game of the season.
Still with District 8 senior basketball, the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Templars are back for another season and will compete against Woodland, Rockway, Pere Rene and Monsignor Doyle in the league's 'B' pool.
The Templars, who have lost to St. Mary's and St. David in their first two games, will get their first realistic shot at victory Wednesday afternoon when they take on Doyle (0-3) in Cambridge. The same two teams will play again Monday, once again in Cambridge.
Our Lady of Mount Carmel has only three "home" games this season, one at Woodland Christian and two at RIM Park.
Located in Wilmot Township, Our Lady of Mount Carmel is a small "traditional" Catholic school that offers kindergarten through Grade 12.
The eight-team WCSSAA boys hockey league commences Tuesday afternoon with four games on the schedule, including a 2:30 p.m. faceoff at Dan Snyder Arena between the Elmira Lancers and defending champion Grand River Renegades.
The league is missing four schools from last year with the withdrawals of Forest Heights, Cameron Heights, Sir John A. Macdonald and Bluevale.
The nine-team WCSSAA girls hockey league starts Monday with four games on the schedule, including what could be good matchup between the always tough Elmira Lancers and Bluevale Knights.
The two-time defending champion Huron Heights Huskies are not participating.
With the focus on schools pulling out of the WCSSAA hockey league, the senior girls volleyball team at Cameron Heights has quietly folded.
No reason was immediately given but it's been a tough stretch for Waterloo Region's largest school, which didn't field a senior football team in the fall and is also missing from both hockey leagues.