A chilly Harvest Bowl contested Oct. 18 in Vankleek Hill saw the Glengarry Gaels football team shut out the Tagwi Warriors 32-0. We have the details in this week's edition of The Glengarry News. For photos of the action, please see the gallery here.
Tagwi Intermediate School is hosting the Upper Canada Cup volleyball competition today (for girls) and tomorrow, Jan. 25, (for boys).
The Warriors were regional champs and are now vying for the UCDSB-wide title at the Grade 7 & 8 level.
Today's medal matches are scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m.
Tagwi's boys will be in action on Thursday, with games slated for 9 and 10 a.m. UC Cup semifinal action will go at 12:30 p.m., followed by the medal matches at 1:30 p.m.
Some of the action is being broadcast on Facebook Live.
Photo galleries from two high school football games played last week have been added to our website and can be viewed here.
- Glengarry Gaels vs La Citadelle Patriotes
- Tagwi Warriors vs St. Joseph's Panthers
The Seaway City will host a pair of high school football games today to wrap up the SDGAA regular season.
First up, Tagwi will visit St. Lawrence in the battle of winless squads. Start time is set for 11am.
At 2pm, Glengarry will play at Holy Trinity in what's already being billed as the "Mud Bowl."
UPDATE: Tonight's game, the so-called Rose Bowl, has been moved to Monday. It will be played under the lights at Joe St. Denis Field, where La Citadelle and St. Joseph's are slated to collide, starting at 6pm.
No matter what happens in these matches, this will be the end of the season for Glengarry, St. Lawrence, and Tagwi. St. Joseph's is likely to finish atop the standings, barring a loss to La Citadelle tonight, which would require a tie-breaker to decide matters. Other playoff-bound teams are Holy Trinity, CCVS, and La Citadelle, with the playoffs set to open on Oct. 27 in Cornwall.