The Aug. 16 edition of The Glengarry News features a story about this year's Sk8fest event in Alexandria, which included a new car show. Check out our photo gallery here.
The Glengarry Golf and Country Club, in Alexandria, on Sunday hosted a junior tournament, capping off the program's summer season. We have the story in The Glengarry News.
For the third straight season, the CCHL2 will open its season with a 16-team showcase, in Ottawa, on Saturday, September 9 and Sunday, September 10 at the Richcraft Sensplex.
As part of the action, the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels will each play a game on each of the days of the showcase. Be sure to check out The Glengarry News for a preview of the season from the perspective of our local clubs.
Aside from opening weekend, the CCHL2 (Eastern Ontario's junior 'B' hockey league) has many other exciting matchups of note throughout the regular season.
On Tuesday, September 12, the new Carleton Place Jr. Canadians will host the Athens Aeros in their inaugural home opener. Two days later, it's a rematch of the Barkley Cup final series, as the four-time defending champion Casselman Vikings host the Richmond Royals.
On Friday, September 15, the new Embrun Panthers host the Ottawa Canadians in their home opener. The next night, the new Whitewater Kings bring hockey to Cobden, as they open against their closest rival, the Renfrew Timberwolves.
The CCHL2 regular season will conclude on Sunday, February 25.
All three playoff series in the Alexandria Ladies Ball Hockey League wrapped up last night, with champions prevailing on three-game sweeps. We will have the story and photos in the Aug. 2 edition of The Glengarry News. A photo gallery is available online here.
In a game that meant nothing for the standings, the Drillers scored a victory last night, prevailing over McCrimmon, but it will be Team White that will move on to the playoffs, joining the squads from Greenfield, Vankleek Hill, and Glen Sandfield.
This week's edition of The Glengarry News includes details on more recent league action, and next week we will have your playoff preview.
After last night's washout, the action is set to resume on numerous fields throughout the county, notes GSL vice-president Tammy MacSweyn. She adds that fingers are crossed for some wind and heat to dry the surfaces.
Despite the heavy rain throughout the day Monday, the south field at Alexandria's Island Park looks in good shape this morning.
Tonight's slate of games includes U8 boys and U16 girls contests, all starting at 6:30 p.m.
Two hours later, the senior women take to the field on two fronts, playing on the Dunvegan and Lochiel pitches to wrapup regular-season action.
Playoff action in the Alexandria Ladies Ball Hockey League began last night, with games continuing next Monday and Thursday evenings. We have details in The News this week and will have more in the July 26 edition of the newspaper. You can check out some photos of game action here.