The county's junior 'B' hockey teams met in Alexandria on Jan. 11, and we have full coverage in this week's edition of The Glengarry News. An online photo gallery is available here.
We have two new photo galleries on our website, highlighting action from the Jan. 9 high school boys hockey tournament, held in Williamstown.
- Char-Lan vs North Dundas
- Holy Trinity vs la Citadelle
You can check out the images online here. For the full story on the day, be sure to read the Jan. 16 issue of The Glengarry News.
Alexandria's Felix Sauve, a defenceman with the U18 Hawkesbury Hawks, has been selected to play in the HEO league's all-star game, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 10:30 a.m., in Kemptville. In 33 league games thus far this season Sauve has 25 points. He's also skated in 6 matches with the CCHL2 Alexandria Glens.
The game is being held as part of a Winter Showcase for the HEO and CCHL. Here's the day's full schedule.
The Battle of Glengarry will be renewed Friday night in Alexandria, where the Glens will host their southern rivals, the Char-Lan Rebels. Game time at the Glengarry Sports Palace is set for 8 p.m.
When last they met, Char-Lan edged Alexandria 2-1 in overtime. Earlier in the CCHL2 hockey season, the teams split two games.
The Rebels enter the Jan. 11 contest winless in 2019 and coming off a 2-0 loss to the league-leading Ottawa Canadians. The Glens, after starting the new year 0-2, picked up a shut-out victory last Sunday, 3-0 on the road against Perth, the first-place squad from the opposite division.
Friday night's action will be the lone game this week for the Alexandria boys, while Char-Lan is scheduled to play on home ice in Williamstown, Saturday evening, at 8 p.m., when the Winchester Hawks will provide the opposition.
Be sure to read The Glengarry News for all your junior 'B' hockey news.
The boys hockey team from Char-Lan DHS struggled offensively in its game today versus North Dundas, unable to capitalize on its many chances, as the teams skated to a 1-1 tie. Earlier, the Crusaders pounded Tagwi 10-0.
Holy Trinity, meanwhile, failed to score a goal on the day, blanked 5-0 by Seaway and 4-0 by la Citadelle, though it wasn't for wont of trying.
Tagwi's other result was a much closer affair, a 3-2 loss to la Citadelle.
We will have a full report in the Jan. 16 edition of The Glengarry News.
Tuesday's SDGAA high school girls hockey league tournament in Williamstown saw the Tagwi Warriors score a pair of victories, as the ladies beat Holy Trinity 3-1 and St. Joseph's 3-2. The wins moved the Warriors into a second-place tie with North Dundas and the Panthers.
In other results at the Jan. 8 competition, the Falcons blasted la Citadelle 6-2 to remain atop the standings. Their loss to the Warriors is the lone blemish on the season, which has HT with a 5-1 record.
Char-Lan was humbled 10-4 by la Citadelle and lost a close 3-2 contest with North Dundas. St. Joseph's blanked the Devils 3-0.
All the details will be in the Jan. 16 issue of The Glengarry News.
Last Friday, the Alexandria Glens hosted the Ottawa Canadians. A photo gallery of the action can be viewed online here. For the full story on how the Glens fared over the weekend, be sure to check out the Jan. 9 edition of The Glengarry News.
Martintown's Tanner Spink, a student-athlete at Oswego State University in New York has been recognized as the school's co-athlete of the week for the week ending January 6.
The second-year forward on the men's hockey team was, according to Oswego States announcement, "instrumental in the Lakers' 6-2 defeat of SUNY Canton on Saturday, helping the Lakers to claim their eighth Oswego State Hockey Classic. The sophomore recorded two power-play goals in the first period, the latter of which, was the game-winner.
Spink also recorded an assist and was named the All-Tournament Most Valuable Player.
On the season, he's played in 13 games and has 7 points.