Our June 5 edition includes a story about Grade 7-8 track and field athletes from le Relais. Here's some additional content, from the school's Facebook page.
Bravo à tous les jeunes qui ont participé à la compétition d’athlétisme de mardi 28 mai au Centre Terry Fox d’Ottawa! Malgré une journée pluvieuse et froide, les jeunes ont su se dépasser et démontrer beaucoup de caractère!
Félicitations à Mathieu Sauvé qui a été l’athlète par excellence des garçons 8e année!
-garçons 8e qui ont terminé 1er en équipe
-garçons 7e qui ont terminé 2e
-aux filles de 7et 8 qui ont terminé au 4e rang!
Il y avait les 7 écoles intermédiaires du CSDCEO qui ont participé.
After a tight first period that ended 1-1, the wheels fell off in the second stanza, where the Ottawa Jr. Canadians scored five times, en route to handing The Char-Lan Rebels a 6-2 loss to open the Martin Division best-of-seven semifinals.
It was the first road defeat for Char-Lan, which in the previous round won both road games in Alexandria.
For starting goaltender Grant Craig, who had been stellar against the Glens, he was given a break after allowing five goals on 18 shots through 25:59 of play. Julien Cholette took over in net for the remainder of the match, surrendering one goal and making 25 saves.
Game two of the series is set for Williamstown, on Thursday night.
For more details on the Rebels, be sure to read The Glengarry News. We also have a photo gallery from the wildcard series available for online viewing here.
Lancaster's Phil Veilleux saw action in the Concordia Stingers third game at baseball nationals, getting two hits and an RBI in four at-bats. The Stingers beat Carleton, the tournament hosts, 9-1.
The Stingers are now 2-1, scheduled to next play Oct. 21 at 1 p.m., against New Brunswick, in the second semifinal of the day. The other will feature Carleton and McGill.
The championship will also be played Sunday, set for a 6 p.m. opening pitch.
Our May 16 edition of The Glengarry News features photos, selected results, and notes from the recent SD&G and Prescott-Russell high school track and field championships, held in Ottawa.
Complete results are available via the following links:
We have photos from the March 9 and 12 junior 'B' playoff games, in our online gallery here. Be sure to check out our feature story on the CCHL2 series between the Alexandria Glens and Ottawa Canadians, published in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
Fans of the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels won't have a chance to see their teams on home ice this weekend, as the clubs participate in the CCHL2 season-opening showcase in Ottawa.
First home game for the Glens is set for Friday, Sept. 15, with the Rebels skating on home ice the next night.
At this weekend's showcase, the Rebels are slated to play Saturday at 5:30 pm and Sunday at 8:15 pm. Alexandria's games in Ottawa are booked for Saturday at 8:30 pm and Sunday at 5:15 pm. The league is using the Sensplex at 813 Shefford Road for all over the weekend, as each of the CCHL2 teams is scheduled to play twice.
The SDGAA and PRSSAA high school sports leagues are joining forces to host their respective track and field championships for high school student-athletes in Ottawa today, at the Terry Fox complex.
We will have results in next week's edition of The Glengarry News. The May 10 edition of the newspaper includes recent track and field news from Tagwi and GDHS.