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GISELE WINTON SARVIS PHOTO/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN Collingwood Collegiates Anna Carruthers (122) charges up the hill on her way to a 3rd place finish and a trip to the OFSSA championship next weekend. More than 500 runners converged at Highlands Nordic in Duntroon for the GBSSA championships Thursday.

Area high schools show well at GBSSA

CLEARVIEW TWP. - Fall colours were in full splendor when than 500 runners converged at Highlands Nordic in Duntroon for the Georgian Bay Secondary School Association’s (GBSSA) cross country running championships Thursday.

Nantyr Shores Tritons running back Jordan Austin leaps over a blocker on the way to a big gain against host Collingwood Collegiate in Georgian Bay Secondary School Association senior boys football on Wednesday. J.T. MCVEIGH/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

Owls take it on the chin

Nanytyr Shores Tridents' running back Jordan Austin (6) leaps over a blocker on the way to a big gain against host Collingwood in GBSSA senior boys football. Nantyr was leading Collingwood 33-0 when a thunderstorm halted the game.

Bear Creek Secondary School’s Alister Birkett takes flight while taking possession of the ball from Fernando Cunha of the Barrie North Vikings during ‘AAA’ senior boys Simcoe County Athletic Association (SCAA) soccer action on Monday at J.C. Massie Field at Georgian College in Barrie. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Kodiak domination

The Bear Creek Kodiaks faced the Barrie North Vikings during ‘AAA’ senior boys Simcoe County Athletic Association (SCAA) soccer action on Monday at J.C. Massie Field at Georgian College in Barrie.

Riley Korkole of the Eastview Wildcats reels in a pass in front of Brad Haines from the Collingwood Fighting Owls during senior boys action as part of the Georgian Football Festival on Wednesday at J.C. Massie Field in Barrie. Korkole ran for a touchdown on the play, as his team defeated CCI, 36-14. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Football festival

Riley Korkole of the Eastview Wildcats reels in a pass in front of Brad Haines from the Collingwood Fighting Owls during senior boys action as part of the Georgian Football Festival on Wednesday at J.C. Massie Field in Barrie.

Fighting Owls drop a hot one

Innisdale's Curtis King (86) recoils after taking a hard hit from Collingwood Fighting Owl's Ryan Saurty (25) and Mitch Stadeyk (8) in the opening game of the GBSSA senior boys football season. Innisdale proved to be too hot for the Owls winning 20-7.