New galleries of images were recently posted to The Glengarry News website and can be accessed here.
It was a busy week of sports events in and around Glengarry, as I covered six competitions and shot oodles of photos for The Glengarry News. You can check out my work in this week’s edition of the newspaper and access full galleries online here.
It was a busy sports week for The Glengarry News, as I shot reams of photos, including images of junior boys high school basketball, senior boys high school basketball, peewee girls hockey, and junior ‘B’ hockey.
These galleries, along with my past ones, can be viewed online here. All photos are owned by The Glengarry News. Reprints are available for purchase from the newspaper.
Here’s a little video clip of SDGAA high school league boys basketball action, between Char-Lan and Glengarry.
Last week, the fall high school sports scene wrapped up locally, with playoffs in football, girls basketball, and boys volleyball.
I have extensive coverage in the Nov. 14, 2018 edition of The Glengarry News, as well as photo galleries on their website.
Week two of the SD&G high school football season kicked off today, with Holy Trinity hosting Glengarry. I was there shooting photos of the action and will have coverage in next week’s edition of The Glengarry News.
The game went into the books as a 34-6 win for the Falcons, who improve to 2-0, while the Gaels drop to 0-2.
The local high school soccer season recently concluded, with the top result turned in by the Glengarry DHS Gaels junior squad, which won the EOSSAA championship. The achievement came a week after winning their league (SD&G) title.
The senior Gaels were also league champs, going on the be EOSSAA runners-up.
Le Relais’ senior girls team took silver at EOSSAA.
The spring season is a hectic, fast-moving one that somehow manages to squeeze 10+ matches into just three weeks. This year, we have no local clubs advancing to OFSAA.
We are very fortunate to have a number of volunteers throughout the county who organize charitable sports events, including hockey tournaments.
Recently, one such event took place in Maxville, the annual AJK Highland Travellers Hockey Tournament. The event raised funds in support of the work of the local branch of the Cancer Society.
I wrote a story about this tourney for The Glengarry News. A photo gallery is available online here.
Just this weekend, we had two more hockey tournament fundraisers, both outdoors.
Kudos to all who do such great work for our communities!
U-sports, formerly CIS and before that CIAU, is the national governing body for university sports. The organization has launched a drive to encourage would-be athletes to register during their high school years. In fact, registration is now a requirement for anyone looking to compete in an official U-Sports discipline during their university years.
For the details and to sign up, visit U-Sports Central.
It was a busy day in the world of local high school sports, as playoff championships for senior boys ‘A’ volleyball, junior boys ‘A’ volleyball, and junior girls ‘AA’ basketball were determined.
Unfortunately, this all happened after The Glengarry News had gone to press this week, so I instead posted updates online at Sports in the Glens. I will have the full story in the newspaper next week.
Char-Lan DHS won junior boys ‘A’ volleyball. Holy Trinity prevailed in junior girls ‘AA’ basketball. Tagwi nabbed the senior boys ‘A’ volleyball championship.
For more high school sports news, including other playoff action scheduled this week, be sure to check out the Nov. 8 edition of The News.