One soccer team from our region will compete at OFSAA, as the girls from la Citadelle have qualified.
Earlier this week, the senior girls team travelled to Elgin for the EOSSAA tournament.
Les Patriotes won their first game 4-0 against Valour High School, tied their second 1-1 with Rideau District High School, and prevailed in the final 1-0 in sudden death overtime versus St. Michael Catholic High School
With the triumph, la Citadelle's girls scored EOSSAA gold to earn a spot in the OFSAA tournament, taking place June 7-9, in Chatham.
The Oct. 25 edition of The Glengarry News featured a photo of Holy Trinity's Nick Chaput who won the SD&G high school cross-country running title in the senior boys division. Following his result at EOSSAA, he's now an OFSAA-qualifier.
Look for more news on high school cross-country running in the next edition of The News.
Two Tagwi athletes competed this morning at OFSAA track and field, in Belleville.
Annie Bender placed 12th overall in the junior girls high jump. Rylan Iwachniuk captured 9th in the midget boys discus.
This afternoon, Le Relais' Eric Cumberbatch will compete in the midget boys triple jump, and Char-Lan's Brennan Seguin will battle the province's best in the senior boys pole vault.
We will have the full story of all local athletes and their OFSAA results in the next edition of The Glengarry News.
Competing in the midget girls 400 m race, Glengarry DHS' Kady Jeaurond placed sixth in the province, finishing with a time of 59.46 seconds. The race winner crossed the line at 56.68 seconds.
A number of other county athletes competed today at OFSAA track and field in Belleville too. We will have the full story in next week's edition of The Glengarry News.