Four senior boys high school soccer teams competed at an indoor tournament in Alexandria last week. We have details in this week's edition of The News. A photo gallery from the match between Glengarry and Holy Trinity can be viewed here.
The annual Bishop Cup Catholic high school hockey rivalry game between Holy Trinity and St. Joseph's is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 27, at the Cornwall Civic Complex, starting at 6:30 p.m.
This is a charity contest where supporters of the Falcons and Panthers are encouraged to come out in school colours, ready to cheer.
Holy Trinity raised $1,250 for Baldwin House, and along with Catholic partner St. Joseph's, recently donated $2,500 to the facility that assists "women and their children in the transition from violent and abusive circumstances to a safe and secure environment and a renewed family by providing safe shelter and services, and encouraging them to realize their full human potential."
The funds were collected from the recent Sisters' Cup hockey game, played Dec. 10 in Cornwall.
The Falcons express thanks to all those in the community who supported the event and helped us raise funds and/or food donations.
Last week in Chesterville, the puck dropped on the 2018-19 season of boys high school hockey. We have the story in the Dec. 12 issue of The Glengarry News. A photo gallery of images from the game between Tagwi and Holy Trinity can be viewed online here.
The inaugural Sisters’ Cup girls hockey game featuring the Holy Trinity Falcons versus the St. Joseph’s Panthers will take place Monday, December 10, at Cornwall's multi-sport complex. Doors will open at 4 p.m., with the action set to begin at 4:15 p.m.
All proceeds will go to Baldwin House. Goodwill donations will be accepted at the door
Location: Benson Centre on Pad #1, 800 7th. Street West, Cornwall, Ontario K6J 0A3.
The match between Catholic rivals is intended as a celebration of girls sports, and the result will count towards SDGAA league standings.
Holy Trinity moves on, while Tagwi is done, as the regular season of high school football wrapped up last week. The Warriors finish bottom of the table at 0-5, while the Falcons end up second at 4-1. We have the full story in the Oct. 31 edition of The Glengarry News, including the playoff schedule.