The Centennial Spartans scored the District 10 senior badminton title on Thursday at John F. Ross CVI.
A day prior, the junior Spartans were co-winners of the D10 title with the St. James Lions at the junior championships in Fergus.
At the senior event, Montana Crawford of John F. Ross won the girls singles title. Brodie Buchner-Duby of Centennial was second and Orlyn Campo of Our Lady of Lourdes was third.
Top three in boys singles: Ian Newman (Centre Wellington), first; Rox Guanyue Xian (John F. Ross), second; Scott Parkinson (John F. Ross), third.
Girls doubles: Helen He and Jun Yi Chen (Centennial), first; Roshni Patel and Sarah Zorica (Guelph CVI), second; Natassja Woodard and Camilla Pivato (St James), third.
Boys doubles: Anthony Tran and John Zhang (Centennial), first; Terry Pham and Eddie Liou (Guelph CVI); Leighton Milne and Anugesh Balasubramaniam (Centennial), third.
Mixed doubles: Erin Fortney and David Jamieson (Bishop Macdonell), first; Katherine Place and Ryan Hausdorf-Shaw (Bishop Macdonell), second; Karina Lenartowicz and Kristian VandeKemp (John F. Ross), third.
Overall at the senior championship, Centennial earned 69 points. John F. Ross was second with 52 and Bishop Macdonell third with 42.
The St. James Lions and Centennial Spartans were co-winners of the District 10 junior badminton championship after each finished with 73 points.
Top three in girls singles: Angelo Luo (Centennial), first; Alicia Pontes (St. James), second; Jenna Rotundi (John F. Ross), third.
Boys singles: Ravi Seth (Centre Wellington), first; Donovan Bestari (Centennial), second; Jack Zhu (Centennial), third.
Girls doubles: Isabel Lim and Lily Chen (Centennial), first; Rachel Clayton and Kassie Reynolds (Guelph CVI), second; Sarah Lisecki and Emma McDonnell (St. James), third.
Boys doubles: Luke DeCorso and Adam Figura (Bishop Macdonell), first; Alex Durigon and Aiden Collins (St. James), second; Patrick Bunko and Nick Gilbertson (St. James), second.
Mixed doubles: Daphiny Kung and Lazare Vukoje (Centennial), first; Marco Aramin and Jessica Moretto (St. James), second; Jordan Harris and Ginelle Cruz (St. James), third.
The CWOSSA championship takes place Thursday at Conestoga College in Kitchener.