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 (1940 – )


SPORT | Baseball, Basketball, Football, Hockey, Track & Field

POSITION | Coach, Official 



Coristine, Ron

Track and Feild

Late 1960’s co-founded the Chatham Legion Track Club and initiated the CK Relays

Coached track and field at CKSS for 14 years and took the school’s first track athlete to OFSAA


Was the Chatham Minor Baseball supervisor in 1973, the year that the Kinsmen Pee Wees won the national championship

Was an OBA registered umpire from 1975 to 1981


Co-coached football at CKSS for 5 years when the team won 3 Kent championships including the 1970 team that won the school’s first senior championship and then went on to win SWOSSAA


Coached 10 senior boys basketball teams at CKSS including the 1977 OFSAA “AA” Championship team, the school’s first such title

Was instrumental in helping to raise the profile of basketball in the city to an all time high in the 1970’s

Helped in hosting OFSAA Basketball Championships in 1977 and again in 1982

Ran elementary feeder school tournaments to increase the profile of local basketball

Throughout his high school career, was involved in Kent County Secondary Schools Athletic Association serving in several different capacities


from 1965 to 2000, was involved in local hockey, coaching high school, house league, travel teams, and the Junior Maroons

for a time was co-owner of the Junior Maroons and later was GM of the Bothwell Bullets

after 2000-2001 season, was named GM of the Year for OHA Senior “A” League

in the 1970s, developed the “Fundamental and Practice Manual” for Chatham Minor Hockey

for 10 years served on the Board of Directors for the Junior Maroons as the “Supervisor of Education” which entailed working with the players, their families, and their schools to help ensure academic progress

Ron and his wife Cherie raised 3 sons all of them involved in athletics in the city. He continues to reside in Chatham.

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