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Panthers, Crusaders tied atop boys hockey standings

With 14 points each, the high school boys hockey teams from Char-Lan and St. Joseph’s are atop the standings.

At the tournament last week in Williamstown, the Crusaders nabbed three victories, beating Holy Trinity (the host school) 3-1, topping Tagwi 6-2, and edging La Citadelle 4-3.

Meanwhile, the Panthers pounded Seaway 6-1 and got past les Patriotes 3-1.

Other action saw the Falcons beat the Warriors 5-2, La Citadelle top the Spartans 4-1, St. Joseph’s clip les Patriotes 3-1, and Seaway blank Holy Trinity 5-0.

Standings

PlaceTeamGPWLTPts
1St. Joseph’s770014
2Char-Lan871014
3La Citadelle84408
4Seaway82604
5Holy Trinity82604
6Tagwi71602

The next tourney is scheduled for February 5 in Long Sault.

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Falcons fall short in Sisters’ Cup hockey game

Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School’s girls hockey team skated to a 1-0 loss in the 2019 edition of the Sisters’ Cup.

The game, played December 5 in Cornwall, featured the Falcons tangling with cross-town rival St. Joseph’s. Kate Villeneuve, who has committed to a Division 1 scholarship in the United States come 2020, scored the Panthers goal.

Holy Trinity coach Mindy Gibbs tells me that Falcons goaltender Lauren McCready, a grade 9 student-athlete, “stood on her head; she was a wall. She is definitely a high-pressure gamer.”

The Falcons squad includes six grade 9s, essentially half the team, “so the future of HT hockey is bright,” adds Gibbs.

On the Sisters’ Cup experience, which was the second annual, Gibbs calls it “another proud moment to come together as sisters in sport. It has definitely become a highlight event for our school.”

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Holy Trinity’s girls hockey team features, standing in the back row from left, Geneva MacDonell, Leslie Papps, Annika Setterington, Ashley MacCrimmon, Ainsley McCuaig, Courtney St. Onge, Julia Allan, and Annie “Buster” Bacchiochi. Middle row: Ella Ducolon-Merkley, Emma Skiddy Mason, Haley Berger, and Lily Bacchiochi. In front are Emily McLaughlin and Lauren McCready. Not seen are coach Mrs. Marsolais and assistant coaches Bruce Ciccarelli and Mindy Gibbs. (submitted photo)
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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.

PlaceTeamGPWLTPts
1stSt. Joseph’s33006
2ndLa Citadelle22004
3rdChar-Lan21102
4thSeaway31202
5thTagwi20200
6thHoly Trinity20200

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

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Warriors, Panthers open girls hockey season 2-0

The puck dropped on the 2019-20 SDGAA high school girls hockey season on Monday in Morrisburg, where the Tagwi Warriors and St. Joseph’s Panthers both went 2-0 on the day as the only unbeaten squads.

Tagwi blanked Glengarry, in the Gaels return to the high school ice, 5-0, and topped Char-Lan 5-2.

St. Joseph’s beat La Citadelle 7-2 and edged the Crusaders 3-1.

Char-Lan closed out its day with a win, at the expense of Glengarry, 4-1. Ellie MacKinnon scored for the Gaels in what was their third loss, as the girls were blanked previously 2-0 by Holy Trinity.

GD coach Glen Campbell, who was thrilled to be able to ice a team this year and see the Gaels compete again, says he was pleased with the effort he saw from the girls. In particular, Abby Hardy in net and Lauren Noseworthy on defence had a solid day.

GDHS girls hockey team
Glengarry District High School returned to the ice this year, as the Gaels are competing in the girls hockey league. (submitted photo)

In other action, les Patriotes blanked the Falcons 1-0.

PlaceTeamGPWLTPts
1Tagwi20004
2St. Joseph’s20004
3Holy Trinity21102
4La Citadelle21102
5Char-Lan31202
6Glengarry30300

The second tournament of the league’s season is scheduled for December 16 in Finch, with games running on the hour, beginning at 8 a.m.

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Sisters’ Cup hockey game set for Thursday in Cornwall

The second annual Sisters’ Cup hockey game, “a celebration of sport between our two Catholic sister schools … to come together as sisters in sport,” will take to the ice in Cornwall on Thursday, as the girls hockey teams from Holy Trinity and St. Joseph’s meet in a fundraiser for Maison Baldwin House.

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The December 5 event will take place at Cornwall’s multi-pad arena, beginning at 4 p.m. The game is booked for pad 1.

The south end of the rink will be set aside for Falcons supporters, with the north end for Panthers fans. In between will be seating for dignitaries.

Goodwill donation will be accepted at the doors upon entry.

The game format will be periods of 10, 10, and 12 minutes.

Holy Trinity won the inaugural 2018 event, 3-1, over the Panthers.

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SJ Panthers football team ends season with EOSSAA silver in Kingston

The high school football season officially came to an end for the SD&G champion St. Joseph’s Catholic High School Panthers on Thursday in Kingston, as the boys took silver in a 35-7 loss to Holy Cross in the EOSSAA final.

Played in chilly conditions at Queen’s University’s Richardson’s Field, the game was 27-0 at halftime. The Panthers got on the board late when quarterback Brodie Fairbarn connected with Bruce Nicoll for a touchdown. Cole Fraser-Dupuis booted the PAT.

football players at EOSSAA
St. Joseph’s Catholic High School players gather in front of their supporters at EOSSAA in Kingston. (submitted photo)

Holy Cross will move on to represent the region at OFSAA, in Hamilton.

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Panthers dispatch Catholic rivals for football championship

For the second time this fall, the St. Joseph’s Panthers have beaten the Holy Trinity Falcons, and this one, coming today in Cornwall, mattered most, as the win resulted in the Red and Blue claiming the SD&G football championship over their Catholic rival.

As the players dealt with a snow-covered field and sub-zero temperatures, the Panthers prevailed 21-13 to take the title. When the teams met earlier in the season, in the Charity Bowl, St. Joe’s won 5-0.

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Snowy, chilly conditions greeted football players for today’s SD&G championship game in Cornwall. (Wildcats photo)

The Panthers advance to play the winner of the Brockville league which was also holding its championship game today. There, at BCI, the North Grenville Knights triumphed in overtime, 20-14.

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Falcons to battle Panthers for SD&G high school football championship

In what will be a rematch of the high school Charity Bowl, the Holy Trinity Falcons and St. Joseph’s Panthers will play for the SDGAA football championship, on Friday, November 8, in Cornwall.

When the Catholic rivals last met, the top-ranked Panthers prevailed 5-0.

Holy Trinity, last Friday, won the SD&G semifinal, shutting out La Citadelle 21-0.

The championship game is set for a noon kickoff on the gridiron at St. Joseph’s.

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