The Glengarry News



SD&G senior high school badminton championships set for Cornwall

sean Apr 10, 2017 - 4:02pm

Holy Trinity and L'Heritage high schools in Cornwall will be the hosts for the 2017 SD&G senior badminton championships, set for Wednesday, April 12.

The GDHS team, coached by Randi Tolhurst, includes the following:

  • girls singles: Heather Raymond, Rylee Franklin
  • boys singles: Liam MacDonald, Bailey Pidgeon
  • mixed doubles: David MacMaster & Olivia Graham, Nicholas Leroux & Ashley Belair
  • girls doubles: Cameron Brodie & Emma Hardy, Robyn Howes & Denali Dorn
  • boys doubles: Dove Rickerd & Xaavian Ali, Cameron MacDonald & Brennan Nadeau

Midget boys (high school) basketball playoffs booked for Tuesday

sean Mar 27, 2017 - 6:04pm

A one-day final tournament for midget boys basketball teams will be hosted March 28 by Char-Lan DHS.

The host squad is booked to play at 10am versus La Citadelle, with GDHS and St. Joseph's playing at 11am.

Then the playoffs go, beginning at noon, with the top seed vs fourth-place, followed an hour later by the other semifinal. A consolation final will be played at 2pm, with the championshop match at 3pm.

Standings entering the event: St. Joseph's (2-0), Char-Lan (1-1), GDHS (1-1), La Citadelle (0-2).


Boys high school hockey playoffs on today in Long Sault

sean Feb 28, 2017 - 12:00pm

As we reported last week in The Glengarry News, the SDGAA high school boys hockey playoffs are taking place today, in Long Sault.

The first semifinal pitted the fourth-place GDHS Gaels against the unbeaten St. Joseph's Panthers. The Gaels had a 3-1 lead, only to have the Panthers draw even. Overtime settled nothing, so it was on to a shootout, where St. Joe's prevailed to end the season for the GD boys.

The Panthers advance to the final, set for 1p.m, where they will face the winner of the other semifinal, which is being played now between Char-Lan and Seaway.

Back on Feb. 14, the regular season concluded. We had a recap in last week's The News.

Updating information in that article, Char-Lan's 5-0 win over North Dundas saw Landon Fraser (2), Riley MacDonald, Xandre Seguin, and John Richer all find the net. The Crusaders' second contest was a 4-0 loss to the Panthers.

Char-Lan coach Sean O'Farrell told The News that the St. Joe's goaltender had a particularly strong game, adding he hopes to have a rematch with the team in today's playoffs. If that happens, it will be with the SD&G title on the line.

St. Joseph's is also set to host EOSSAA, next week.