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.
Tagwi is hosting a day of boys soccer on May 3, with matches starting at 9 a.m. In addition to the junior and senior Warriors squads, teams from GDHS and other schools will be playing. Details in The Glengarry News.
A movement has started in Glengarry and Stormont counties to revive the Junior Farmers Club. The Junior Farmers club is for young people ages 15-29 who have an interest in agriculture, or just want to be a part of the action. To recruit new members, a fun night will be held February 13 at 8 p.m. at Tagwi Secondary School. Those in attendance will play volleyball, eat snacks, and discuss the future of the club.
After getting a bye in the first high school girls hockey tournament of the season last week, the Char-Lan Crusaders took it to their opponents in action today in Alexandria, scoring a pair of decisive wins.
Also playing for the first time this season were the GDHS Gaels, who suffered two defeats. Tagwi dropped both its matches today, while Holy Trinity won one and tied its other.
This week's edition of The Glengarry News includes a round-up of the opened tournament, which was held last week in Chesterville. We will have full details from today's event in our first edition of 2017, setting the stage for the resumption of the high school sports season in January.