Building our community
If you have a Child or Adult with special needs we
would love to hear from you. We may not have the
right program for you today, but who knows
what tomorrow will bring…
Special Olympics Ontario is a volunteer driven organization with some 18,000 athletes and 8,000 volunteers registered across the province. Athletes range in age from 8 - 80 and have the opportunity to train in 18 core sports.
The Georgetown District Community of Special Olympics Ontario has over 50 registered athletes and 25 volunteers. Every facet of our community is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. You can help by making a donation of your time, expertise and/or funds. If donating funds, know that 100% of your donation will help a Georgetown Special Olympic Athlete.
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A special thanks to MATT CARSCADDEN
who raised $2,165 for Georgetown Special Olympics
Matt Carscadden is a physically mature and talented 1B.
Matt possesses power to all fields and an advanced approach to hitting
with good knowledge of the strike zone and plate discipline. Matt’s
flashes true loft power during BP and in-game as well. He has worked
hard to become a very solid defender at 1B. Matt exhibits good
instincts and soft-hands.
In addition to his physical maturity, Matt is an
extraordinarily mature young man by any standards. He is an
exceptional teammate and well liked by his peers and coaches alike. He
is able to accept instruction and implement new ideas and concepts into
his game. Matt’s work ethic is second-to-none as he works
exceptionally hard in the classroom, on the field, in the cage and in
the weight room. Matt is a very well-rounded young person who is both a
gifted athlete and excellent student. – Coach Dan Bleiwas
Height 6'3 / 225
Showcase State: CANADA
Primary Pos: 1B
Arm Velocity (MPH): 80
HRs SPRING: 2
Run Time 60: 7.60