Fixtures will be added to this page as soon as they are confirmed.
More fixtures to be confirmed.
Well done to the Y7/Y8 basketball squad in the recent triangular basketball fixture hosted at Campsmount Academy. We played Hayfield school and lost 24-4 and Hall Cross school and lost 12-8. All the squad played really well. In the Hayfield fixture Sam Murray was the stand out player making some crucial interceptions and counter attacking play. In the Hall Cross fixture Riley Johnson was the stand out player making some really important baskets to keep the game as close as possible.
Well done to all the squad members involved in the fixture. Each and everyone played really well and did the school proud; Sam Murray, Louie Nightingale, Wilfey Woodham, Riley Johnson, Ross Calladine, Tom Bracha, Adam Hanson, Leathan McKell and Spencer Moses.
Also, a special mention to Mitchell Wilson and Bailee Checkley for officiating the tournament, they did an outstanding job and received some really positive comments from the other schools that attended.
Well done to the KS3 basketball squad who played away at Rossington School today in a round robin competition. Campsmount competed against Hall Cross School and Rossington School. The squad members included Riley Johnson, Spencer Moses, Leathan Mckell, Louie Nightingale, Ross Calladine, Adam Hanson and Sam Murray.
Against Hall Cross we lost 19-4 and against Rossington we lost 15-10. The students are progressing really well and this is down to the coaching they are receiving at Campsmount Academy's basketball club on a Friday afternoon, 3pm-4pm.
Well done to all students that represented the school.
Thursday 5th March - Year 7 & 10 HOME and Year 8 &9 away at Hayfield.
Thursday 12th March - Year 8 & 10 HOME and Year 7 & 9 away at Hall Cross.
Wednesday 18th March - Year 7 & 9 HOME and Year 8 & 10 away at Hungerhill.
Thursday 26th March - Year 7 & 8 away at Trinity.
This fixture was amazing. Both teams gave it their all which showed with the final result. Campsmount Academy hit the post twice and the woodwork once to be denied by a strong and well organised Oakwood School. Campsmount started on the back foot with Oakwood starting a lot stronger and sharper but against the run of play Campsmount went 1-0 up with a Wilfey Woodham header from a corner.
Oakwood then turned up the gas and started to pile the pressure but Campsmount were doing really well so soak this up. Then out of the blue, two indecisive mistakes and errors between the defenders and goalkeepers allowed Oakwood to get back into the game and go 2-1 up before half-term.
Campsmount knew they had to come out strong and battling and so they did and Campsmount were rewarded by a Josh Smith wonder goal from around 25 yards out from goal with the ball looping over the goalkeeper.
The final whistle blew and straight to penalties it went. Campsmount score the first three penalties and Oakwood missed one from three. Campsmount then missed the last penalty and Oakwood scored both of their resulting the penalties to go to sudden death. Campsmount missed the sixth penalty and Oakwood scored theirs winning the game on penalties 5-4.
What a game it was.
Man of the match
The squad voted for Josh Smith as man of the match due to his strong performance in defence and then moving to midfield to score a beautiful goal.
Writen by Aiden Pollard.
This was a great performance from Campsmount against a great side. We matched them for quality all the way through and deserved better. We were 2-0 down at half-time but still pushed to get back in the match. Our goal came from a brilliant lofted ball over the top by Michael Blake which was latched on by Bailey Willard who put it into the roof of the net. We got more and more confident towards the end and could have scored more. Man of the match was Michael Blake for his involvement in the goal and his performance throughout - his energy levels helped the team and he never stopped.
Y7 boys football squad lost against King Ecgberts School 4-0 in the second round of the English School Cup.
First half was 0-0 with both teams creating chances with King Ecgberts probably more on top.
We made a number of changes and King Ecgberts made the better start and they capitalised with an early lead. Campsmount worked tirelessly to get back into the game but just could not create the chances.
The students voted Spencer Moses as man of the match due to his 100% work ethic and tireless runs from defence and midfield.
The lads were well beaten by the team that has won the league for the last three years running. They kept going and stayed positive, playing much better in the second half after being 1-6 down at half time. Macauley were a very good side who moved the ball round very quickly and effectively and in truth we struggled to match their athleticism on such a big pitch.
Man of the match = James Warris for his cracking goal in the first half to get us back in the game at 1-2 and for us tireless work rate on the left hand side.
Our year 7 football squad played their first football fixture of the academic year on Thursday 10th October drawing 2-2 with Astrea Woodfield School.
Campsmount started really strong and played some really good football and pressed the opposition giving them very little time on the ball. This resulted in us taking the lead from a Wilfey Woodham free-kick which was a pearl of a left footed strike that went straight into the roof of the goal. Campsmount second goal came from some slick one two passing and a through ball to Will Kaye who slotted home delicately with his right foot into the bottom left hand corner.
Woodfield started to pile on the pressure near the end of the first half and Coby Johnson had to make two fantastic saves, one after the other to deny Woodfield School. Eventually, Woodfield got a goal back on the stroke of half time with a wonderful right footed strike from one of the Woodfield Schools players, with the ball going through a crowd, leaving Coby no chance of saving it.
To be confirmed.