Celebrate the opening of our new turf soccer field by watching our Women and Men's soccer teams play Algonquin College. There will be a barbecue, prizes and contests!
Welcome back! The Colts Fall and Winter Sports Tryouts are in full swing. Check out the schedule of try outs.
The Colts are pleased to appoint Jolyon Thompson as the new head coach of the Colts Badminton Program. Thompson takes over for former head coach Stephen Wong.
We are pleased and excited to welcome John Stevenson as the new head coach for the Colts Running Program as well as assistant coach Seanna Robinson.
The COLTS have selected Trevor Challenger as the new Men's Varsity Basketball Coach
Centennial community celebrates the official groundbreaking for new multipurpose sports field
Children are having fun at the Centennial Colts Basketball Summer Camp.
CC the WonderCOLT has passed on the reigns. The Athletics and Recreation Department presented their new mascot on Friday, April 1st, 2016 at the 49th Annual Colts Athletic Awards Banquet...
The 49th COLTS Awards Banquet Took Place on Friday, April 1, 2016. A number of awards were presented including Male and Female Athlete of the Year. Check out the list of award winners...
Sweet Cunanan and Ana Casado named OCAA All Stars. Cunanan was named to the east first team all stars and casado was named to the all rookie team.
PAUL WALWYN AND KENDELL WILSON NAMED OCAA ALL STARS. Walwyn is the OCAA East Rookie of the Year and Wilson was named as an OCAA East Division Second-Team All-Star.
The Centennial Colts Women's Volleyball Player Kadeisha Powell-Graham (Scarborough) of Centennial College was named an OCAA east division first-team all-star.
The Centennial Colts Men's Volleyball Player Nathaniel Monteron (Scarborough) of Centennial College was named an OCAA east division second-team all-star.
COLTS Badminton's Aanchal Mehra, Howard Ng, Taylor Liou and Pavneet Singh all participated in the Provincial Championships on February 19, 20. Check out now they did ...
Our financial scholarship program acknowledges student athlete excellence in the classroom and on the field. The program is funded through private sector, foundation office, student fees and Alumni Association donations.
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