It has been a big month of sport for the Calamvale Wolves. Check out our athletes in action below!

In week 5 of this term the Wolves hosted our first major sporting event, the Wolves Volleyball Invitational. The night had music, highlights on the big screen, player introductions on the screen for all Wolves athletes, trophies, and an electric atmosphere! It was said that the crowd could be heard from within the restaurant and CPAC all night! As a lead in event to the Volleyball Queensland Intermediate Cup we invited fellow high performing Volleyball schools in to compete in a tri series format. Both Mansfield SHS and Woodridge SHS jumped at the opportunity. The Invitational had four divisions, Year 9 Girls, Year 9 Boys, Year 10 Girls and Year 10 Boys, that had the teams facing off for the title of champion school! Our teams battled hard all night with our Year 10 Boys making the Final, however we fell just short with Woodridge SHS taking home the trophy at the end of the night.


Week 6 saw our four squads of Junior Varsity Volleyballers head to Toowoomba for three days of gameplay in the states major Volleyball tournament. Students were arriving at the College as early as 6am and returning home as late as midnight. Our teams, coaches and support staff performed to such as high standard across the event which saw our Year 9 Boys reaching the final and ultimately finishing in second place winning the silver medal! To put into perspective the growth our teams have made in 2021, in 2020 we entered two teams in this event with each winning just one out of their six matches. In 2021 we finished 2nd overall, 4th, 6th and 6th with a win/loss record of 12 wins 8 loses across the event. Four of those loses came on finals day when we reached the pointy end where only the best teams remained in the gold medal hunt.

Our Wolves Cross Country squad had their best performance thus far with our strongest ever squad competing at the Metropolitan West meet. We finished with two students in 7th place (just one spot off making States), one in eight, and one finished… sixth! This means Harrison Young is off to the State Meet for Cross Country which is an enormous achievement. Our Cross Country runners have for the first time been training since the beginning of the year under Coach Watson and this is certainty paying off.

Congratulations to Ryan Gilder who has continued to add to his sporting profile as he was successfully selected in the State squad for Australian Rules Football. Ryan was selected through the Metropolitan West Carnival and has since been offered a spot in the Brisbane Lions Academy.



Our Varsity Boys Basketballers are dominating at the United Sports League. The team are currently undefeated as they near the finals. They have defeated teams such as Trinity College, St. Philomena, and Parklands Christian College.