Canada Topflight Academy is pleased to announce that Ottawa, Ontario's AVERY WALKER will be part of the program for the 2017-2018 women's team's inaugural season!
Avery is currently a grade 9 student at Immaculata High School. Despite her young age, Avery has many basketball accomplishments. She started playing basketball in the third grade with the Ottawa Shooting Stars basketball association, where she played until the end of grade eight. At the bantam level, Avery was awarded back to back MVP’s for the Catholic team at the grade 7/8 Ottawa All-Star Classic. In addition to playing on club teams, Avery has been a part of the CP (Center for Performance) program, TIDP (Talent Identification and Development Program) and the Capital Region Ontario Summer Games Team. In her rookie year on Immaculata High School's Varsity Basketball Team, Avery help lead the team to their first AA OFSAA appearance where they won the Sportsmanship Award. Recently, Avery was selected to play at the Ottawa National Capital All-Star Classic and the All-Star Game Showcase presented by Capital Courts and Boxed Water. This season, Avery plays for the Ottawa Nationals Juel Prep team.
Avery has won countless awards for a variety of sports at Immaculata including basketball, touch football and hockey. She was also awarded the Immaculata Intermediate Female Athlete of the Year Award two years running, demonstrating that her athleticism goes far beyond the basketball court. Avery’s dedication, work ethic and love for the game make her the perfect athlete for the CTA women’s team at Immaculata High School.
"I am very pleased to have Avery be our first player commit to Canada Top Flight Academy at Immaculata High School. She is a wonderfully talented young player with a genuine love for the game. She will be a great asset to her future teammates as an Immaculata sophomore! Welcome to our CTA Family Avery!"
- Mario Gaetano, Head Coach Canada Topflight Academy Women's Basketball Team
Canada Topflight Academy welcomes Avery to the 2017-2018 women's program at Immaculata High School!