The Glengarry News attended last night's Glengarry Soccer League senior women's playoff match in Lochiel and will have a story in next week's newspaper. Here's a photo gallery from the action.
Last night in the Glengarry Soccer League, the Dunvegan women scored a decisive 11-0 victory over Vankleek Hill. We will have the full story on the senior women's division as the regular season winds down, in the July 26 edition of The Glengarry News. For photos from the match, please see this link.
The News dropped by Sunday night's rainy Glengarry Soccer League senior men's match between the Drillers and Greenfield. We have a story in the July 19 edition of the newspaper. Check out the photo gallery here.
The Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group is donating $25,000 to Dunvegan's Glengarry Pioneer Museum, one of six heritage organizations receiving a total of $150,000 from the company.
“As a community-based business celebrating our own legacy of 122 years, we recognized Canada 150 as a perfect moment to step up and specifically help these organizations in their important work to remember, recount and reenact our shared history for future generations,” said Tim Shauf, The Commonwell President and CEO.
The senior women's division of the Glengarry Soccer League's indoor season has made another change to the schedule for the finals, moving game 2 to tonight, March 16, at 7:30pm.
Dunvegan prevailed in the opener last night, 3-0 over Alexandria, and could clinch the title with a win tonight. Of course, the Alexandria ladies have other ideas, looking to win and extend the series to a third and deciding match.
We will have full coverage in The Glengarry News.
Bumped from last night due to the snowstorm, game 1 of the Glengarry Soccer League's senior women's finals goes tonight at the dome in Alexandria, where the Dunvegan and Alexandria teams will battle. Start time is set for 7:30pm.
For more on the matchup, be sure to check out this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
Although the fire caused a devastating loss, the toll could have been much higher as flames razed a barn on the Leducdale Farm near Dunvegan Monday. About 100 head of cattle perished in the blaze, however, North Glengarry firefighters managed to save the nearby family home and silos. RONNA MOGELON PHOTO