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Falcons, Saints to play in EOSSAA ‘A’ senior boys basketball consolation game

This morning in Perth, the top-ranked Holy Trinity Falcons senior boys basketball team dropped a tightly-contests EOSSAA ‘A’ semifinal 55-52 to the Rideau Lions, dropping HT to the consolation final, where they will square off with league rival St. Lawrence.

The Saints were runners-up to the Falcons in the SD&G final, played at the Falcons’ Nest. They too lost their semi this morning.

Holy Trinity and St. Lawrence are scheduled to play for EOSSAA bronze at 1:30 p.m., with UCDSB TV expected to livestream the contest.

The EOSSAA championship match is slated for a 3 p.m. tip-off, with both Rideau and Perth already guaranteed spots at the upcoming OFSAA provincial tournament.

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HT Falcons junior boys drop to 1-1 on the day at EOSSAA

Competing today at EOSSAA junior boys ‘A’ basketball in Cornwall, the Holy Trinity CSS Falcons dropped their second game, falling 63-50 to Ange Gabriel (Brockville).

The Falcons won their earlier match, prevailing 64-50 to go one and one in round-robin action.

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The boys enjoy a break between games. (Holy Trinity photo)

Meanwhile, the host St. Lawrence Saints are playing their second game of the tournament now, versus St. Joseph’s (Renfrew). A win would make them 1-1 as well, as the Saints were outgunned in their opener 79-18 by Almonte, which also won against St. Joseph’s, 66-48, to secure top spot in Pool 2 and a berth in the EOSSAA championship match, at 6 p.m.

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HT Falcons sweep high school boys titles

The top-seeded high school boys basketball teams from SDGAA regular-season action lived up to their record in the playoffs, as the junior and senior squads from Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School captured their respective championships.

In both cases, the St. Lawrence Saints were runners-up, with the senior final going into the books as a 58-46 decision, while the junior Falcons prevailed 38-33.

Semifinal final play at the February 18 tournament which Holy Trinity hosted saw the Falcons dispatch the Glengarry Gaels, in both junior and senior action, while the respective squads from St. Lawrence dispatched teams from Heritage.

Holy Trinity and St. Lawrence were one-two in league standings this season, senior and junior. The senior Falcons remained unbeaten and are now 12-0 in SD&G action, including the regular season and playoffs.


Cornwall’s St. Lawrence High School is hosting the junior boys ‘A’ EOSSAA tournament on February 25, and both the Saints and Falcons will be there, with the latter the top seed.


Senior boys ‘A basketball EOSSAA is booked for Perth on February 25 and 26. Holy Trinity is expected to be a top-three seed.

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CLDHS boys hockey team skates to trio of wins

The boys hockey team from Char-Lan DHS skated to three wins today in Finch, at the second SDGAA league tournament of the season.


The Crusaders’ trio of victories all came on 6-2 results, as the boys topped La Citadelle, Seaway, and Tagwi.

With the results, Char-Lan kept pace with St. Joseph’s, trailing the league-leading Panthers by two points in the standings.

St. Joe’s won twice on Tuesday, beating Holy Trinity 4-1 and La Citadelle 5-3.

Tagwi lost to les Patriotes 4-2 and blanked the Falcons 4-0. HT shut out the Spartans, also 4-0.

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The third tournament of the league schedule is slated to be held in Williamstown on January 8.

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Char-Lan DHS boys skate to split results in Thursday hockey

On Thursday in Morrisburg, the SDGAA high school boys hockey season opened, with the Char-Lan Crusaders skating to a win and a loss.

The boys blanked Holy Trinity 4-0 and fell to St. Joseph’s 2-1.

The win for the Panthers was one of three that SJ scored on the day, as the team also beat Seaway 5-2 and Tagwi 1-0.

La Citadelle went unbeaten on the day as well, skating to 7-2 triumph over Holy Trinity and a 4-0 blanking of the Spartans.

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The next high school boys hockey tournament is scheduled for December 17 in Finch.

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Gaels boys sweep Crusaders in high school basketball

Tuesday basketball in Alexandria saw the Glengarry District High School senior and junior boys teams sweep their counterparts from the south.

The first action of the season for all of the squads saw the senior Gaels prevail 54-32, while the juniors triumphed 46-32.

Tagwi is scheduled to open its season Thursday on its home floor, hosting Seaway, while also on Thursday, Holy Trinity’s teams are slated to tip-off at Heritage.

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Crusaders name boys hockey team

Char-Lan District High School boys hockey team coach Sean O’Farrell has announced the final roster of his squad that will compete in the 2019-20 SDGAA league season, which is scheduled to begin play this week.

The Crusaders’ goaltender will be grade 11 student-athlete Hunter Mader. Defencemen are set to be Owen Robertson (11), Cale McKenzie (12), Thomas Pasco (10), Duncan McRae (12), Aidon Leroux (12), and Jack MacLachlan (12).

Up front the team is slated to include Tristan McDougall (12), Seamus O’Connell (11), Danny Flaro (11), Roan MacClennan (11), Donovan Francis (11), Jack Vandrish (9), Andrew Dixon (12), Jack Cayer (12), Hunter Latreille (9), Chad Watson (9), Curtis St Onge (11), Cole MacCrimmon, Nat Faubert, and Nick Oeggerli.

The puck had been slated to drop on the new high school boys hockey season Wednesday but that has been nixed by the planned provincial strike by teachers unions. As such, the league convenor tells me that he is working to reschedule games for Thursday.

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