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.
The May 31 edition of The Glengarry News includes a story about local high school athletes who have qualified for OFSAA track and field, which will be held later this week in Belleville.
Among them are East Regionals gold medallist and senior boys pole vault record-setter Brennan Seguin, from Char-Lan. Other Crusaders, as well as athletes from GDHS, Tagwi, and Le Relais earned qualification results too and will advance to the provincial meet.
Coach Brandon Coleman reports that four Tagwi Warriors have qualified to compete at East Regionals track and field this week, including high jumper Annie Bender, who placed second in the junior girls division, with a 1.45 m effort.
In midget boys discus, Schuyler Schellenberg and Rylan Iwachniuk were second and third, respectively, with best marks of 36.12 m and 35.55 m.
Alex Small, in senior boys discus, was third at EOSSAA, throwing 40.16 m.
This week's edition of The Glengarry News includes results from Le Relais, GDHS, and Char-Lan DHS, along with some photos.
For complete results from the May 18-19 EOSSAA track and field meet in Brockville, follow this link.
"Very happy with the performances of the students" is how coach Brandon Coleman characterizes the effort of his athletes at last week's SD&G track and field championships, which were held in Ottawa.
He says he is particularly pleased with the discus throwers, Jack Devries in the midget boys long jump, and Annie Bender in the junior girls 400 m race. Coleman also tips his hat to junior boy Caleb Douma, who won the 200 m and was second in the 100 m.
We have more in this week's edition of The Glengarry News. Complete results can be accessed here.
Photo here shows Annie Bender in action on the track. (Photo courtesy Tagwi / Brandon Coleman)
The GDHS senior boys soccer team got off to a solid start today at Tagwi, scoring shutout victories over L'Heritage and the host Warriors, a combined seven goals to nil. David MacMaster was the goalkeeper of record for both wins.
In junior action, the Gaels edged the Warriors 2-1.
All the details will be in The Glengarry News next week. A photo gallery will be added to our website in the next few days.