Here's a little video, courtesy of Brian Stoneman, of the racing action from the Sept. 9 season-capping Enduro race at the Cornwall Motor Speedway. Results from the event can be viewed in this earlier post.
The 2018 season of SD&G high school football kicks off this week, and we have details for you in the Sept. 19 edition of The Glengarry News.
Among the teams getting ready are the Tagwi Warriors, who The News recently visited. A gallery of photos can be viewed online here.
This weekend marks the official start to the CCHL2 (junior 'B') hockey season, with the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels slated to skate into the league's opening-weekend showcase, in Arnprior.
Today, Sept. 15, at 2 p.m., the Rebs will take on the host Packers, and at 5 p.m., the Glens will play against the Brockville Tikis.
Tomorrow, Char-Lan gets a 5 p.m. contest with the Renfrew Timberwolves, while Alexandria skates at 1:30 p.m. versus the Whitewater Kings.
The action can be viewed online at HockeyTV (subscription required).
For more junior 'B' hockey news, be sure to check out The Glengarry News.
Tristan Poissant pounced on a loose puck in the Kemptville zone and scored with 3 seconds left in overtime to give the Colts a 6-5 win on home ice Thursday night.
First star Konnor MacCormick paced the Colts offence with a pair of goals and an assist, including the tying tally, midway through the third period.
David Poirier and Dylan Massie each had a goal and an assist, as the Colts record improved to 1-5-0-0. Henry Bishop also scored in his Colts debut.
The Colts outshot the 73’s 50-35, with Michael Carr earning the victory in goal. Hardest Working Player honours went to Jack Collins.
The Colts have a week off before their next game on Thursday, September 20, versus the Navan Grads. Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Cornwall and District will be welcomed to the game, which is slated for a 7:30 p.m. puck drop, at the Ed Lumley Arena (Cornwall Civic Complex).
– files from David Murphy
Cornwall Motor Speedway closed its 2018 season on Sunday with the Fireball Enduro, as the facility was packed to capacity with over 250 cars in action, in seven feature events.
The ladies started the afternoon with their 4-cylinders race. Sandy Leduc won the 50-lap event, over Kyana Sauve and Chelsea Truchon.
With nearly 100 competitors registered for the men’s 4-cylinders class, the group was split into two events. Valaire Lecuyer won the first, in front of Richard Belair and Maxime Berry. Sportsman regular, Gabriel Cyr captured the second race, over Jason Barrett and Steven Quesnel.
The 6-cylinders feature winner was Mathieu Robinson, who finished in front of Michael Papineau and Mathieu Aubin.
An exciting mini-van race saw Kenny Napper nab the victory, ahead of Dan Glaude and Patrick Lalonde.
The 8-cylinders division was also a good one, as Adam Truchon won over Enduro veteran Luke Marti, and Stephane Aubin completed the podium.
The final race of the evening was an open 25-lap event where anyone having a car that was still running could enter. Over 50 cars took part, with Steven Quesnel coming out on top.
The Lavergne family would like to thank all the fans, sponsors, and competitors for making 2018 a successful season. Next year will mark the 50th summer of operations for the Cornwall track.
– files from Martin Bélanger
It was a good weekend for the NCAFA Cornwall Wildcats football teams, as three of the four squads garnered victories.
The lone blemish came from the peewees, who led at halftime, only to fall in the end, 27-25.
The tyke 2 team won its match against the Bell Warriors 46-24, and the mosquito Wildcats scored a 46-0 shut-out triumph.
Tyke 1 played against the Mustangs, finishing with a 70-32 victory.
It's been a tough start to the junior 'A' hockey season for the Cornwall Colts, who saw their record fall to 0-5 on Sept. 9, with a 3-1 loss to Nepean. The defeat came three days after the team's home opener, which went into the books as a 1-0 loss to Brockville.
Several county boys are members of the Colts this season, including defencemen David Poirier and Ben Dirven, along with forwards Liam MacDonald, Jeremy Quesnel, and Ethan Mulhearn.
The squad will play it's next two matches on home ice, starting Sept. 13, when Kemptville will visit the Cornwall Civic Complex. A week later, Navan will provide the opposition. Both are 7:30 p.m. starts.
Wednesday night in Alexandria, the puck dropped on exhibition action for the county's CCHL2 hockey clubs, which collided at the Glengarry Sports Palace. Thanks in large part to a pair of goals in the second period, the Glens prevailed 3-2.
The teams will reconvene Saturday evening in Williamstown.
For more Junior 'B' hockey news, be sure to check out The Glengarry News this and every week throughout the season.
The Glengarry Hockey School is underway in Alexandria, with a strong number of youngsters participating. The News recently visited the rink and has some photos available in an online gallery here.
Look for a story in an upcoming edition of your community newspaper.