Sports in the Glens
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- Oct. 29 CCHL2 hockey: Glens vs Canadians
- Oct. 26 GSL men's indoor soccer at the dome
- Oct. 26 SD&G high school playoff football: Holy Trinity vs St. Joseph's
- Oct. 25 junior high school football in Vankleek Hill
- Oct. 25 junior high school girls basketball: Char-Lan vs Holy Trinity
The Friends of the Summerstown Trails (FOTST) will be holding their Annual Clean-up Day on Saturday, November 4, starting at 9 a.m.
Given that there is less garbage/litter on the trails (good news!), volunteers will also be put to work removing the fallen branches and unwanted growth on the XC ski and snowshoe trails.
The trails are located in the Summerstown Forest, on County Road 27 (Summerstown Road) between the 401 interchange and the Glen Road crossing.
FOTST president this year is Paul Couture. He and board members Vic Leroux and Jean-Pierre Tibi will be leading the activities.
The Friends of the Summerstown Trails (FOTST) is incorporated as a non-profit group run by volunteers with a stated mandate to maintain and develop green, recreational trails for healthy outdoor activities in the Summerstown Forest. In recent years, an impressive amount of progress has been made as trails have been improved and expanded, new grooming equipment and signage obtained and new activities offered, such as races, instructional lessons, outings for schools and seniors and Family Day activities. Rental of XC ski and snowshoe packages are also offered on weekends.
The top line of Ahmed Mahfouz, Maxime Guyon, and Sylvester Bzdyl combined for six points on Saturday night to lead the Nationals to a 5-3 victory over the visiting Watertown Wolves. It was the final pre-season tune-up for Cornwall, played in front of an announced crowd of 486 fans at the Civic Complex. The Nationals complete their exhibition schedule with a 3-1 record.
Veteran defenceman Jay Kenney chipped in a goal and an assist, but once again, it was Mahfouz (two assists), Guyon (one goal, one assist), and Bzdyl (one goal, one assist) who paced Cornwall’s offence.
Tom Tsicos and Brandon Vuic also scored for the Nationals, who received a 31-save performance from Tyler Beskorawany.
Cornwall outshot Watertown 37-34. Mahfouz (first), Beskorawany (second), and Kenney were the announced stars.
On Friday at Watertown, the Nationals iced a rookie-packed lineup and fell 6-2 to the Wolves. Stephen Gallo led the way for Watertown with a two-goal effort. Brandon Gilmour had both Cornwall goals, while Brandon Billie took the loss in net.
The Nationals are now set for the regular season, which opens on Friday, Nov. 3 in Watertown versus the Wolves. The following evening, Saturday, Nov. 4, Cornwall hosts Watertown in its Federal Hockey League home opener. The puck drops at 7:30 p.m.
– files from Rodney Wilson
Complete results from last week's EOSSAA cross-country running meet can be accessed here.
Be sure to check out the Nov. 1 edition of The Glengarry News for the full story.
The Oct. 25 edition of The Glengarry News featured a photo of Holy Trinity's Nick Chaput who won the SD&G high school cross-country running title in the senior boys division. Following his result at EOSSAA, he's now an OFSAA-qualifier.
Look for more news on high school cross-country running in the next edition of The News.
The CCHL2 Rebels have a home game, at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre in Williamstown tonight, as the boys play host to the Winchester Hawks. Game time is set for 8 p.m.
For more news on the Rebels and the league, be sure to check out The Glengarry News this and every week through the season.
A photo gallery from the team's last home game can be viewed online here.
Chris Theodore’s CCHL-leading 15th goal of the season was the game-winner, as the Colts beat Smiths Falls 3-2 in overtime last Thursday at the Cornwall Civic Complex.
Tommy Tanner scored his first goal as a member of the Colts, while Cameron Hebert (7) also found the back of the Bears net.
The Bears outshot the Colts 38-28, with Liam Lascelle making 36 saves, including 5 saves in overtime, for the victory.
Three Stars were first Chris Theodore (COR), second Mark Shannon (SF), and third Liam Lascelle (COR).
On Friday night, the Colts dropped a 3-1 decision on the road against the Kanata Lasers. The lone Cornwall goal came from Cameron Hebert.
The team enters play this week with a 9-9-2-0 record for fourth place in the Yzerman Division of the CCHL.
– with files from David Murphy
Ahmed Mahfouz has officially arrived in Cornwall. The prized off-season acquisition scored four times last Saturday night to lead the Nationals to an 8-0 victory over the visiting Watertown Wolves in Federal Hockey League pre-season play at the Civic Complex.
Mahfouz is the FHL’s all-time leading scorer and was named team captain during the off-season.
The speedy Maxime Guyon chipped in a goal and five assists. Sylvester Bzdyl, Yan Dumontier, and Brandon Vuic also scored for the Nationals. Sebastien Dube-Rochon and Ilya Zhurin split the goaltending duties for Cornwall.
On Friday night at Watertown, Cornwall skated to a 5-0 victory over the Wolves. Connor MacLeod, Tom Tsicos, Martin Trudman, Brandon Gilmour, and Daniel Maltin were the goal scorers.
– files from Rodney Wilson
All three Cornwall Wildcats football teams will be playing in the NCAFA 'A' semifinals this weekend.
Last Sunday, the tyke Wildcats hosted the Gatineau Vikings, prevailing 32-7. Among the Glengarry contingent, Ben Jackman had his customary strong game on defence. Other county boys on the squad are Elliott Keenan, Payton Savenco, Kingston Savenco, Andrew Wiltshire, Nacky Shareck, and Nathan Wood.
Cornwall's mosquitos won their quarter-final game versus the North Gloucester Giants with a 32-20 effort. The roster includes county boys Travis Brisebois and Connor McDougall.
The peewees beat the Belair Lions 27-20. Glengarry members of the team are Cooper Jackman, Oliver Keenan, and Cameron Belisle.
This weekend's semifinal action will have the tykes on the road against the Kanata Knights, while the peewees will be in Ottawa to play the Myers Riders.
The mosquito Wildcats get to play their semifinal on home turf at Joe St. Denis Field, booked to host the Cumberland Panthers.