The newest additions to our online photo galleries include images from Feb. 13 CCHL2 hockey between the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels, Sunday night men's flag football, and last Saturday's Hockey with Heart outdoor tournament fundraiser.
Stories about these and more can be read in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
Our latest additions to our online photo galleries include images from the 35th annual AJK Highland Traveller's men's hockey tournament in Maxville, last Friday night's edition of the Battle of Glengarry between the Alexandria Glens and the Char-Lan Rebels of the CCHL2, and the Upper Canada Cup boys volleyball tournament at Tagwi.
Our latest additions to our online photo galleries highlight the county's CCHL2 hockey teams, the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels, which last weekend hosted the Winchester Hawks and Casselman Vikings, respectively.
Three new galleries of photos have been added to our website, including images from the Jan. 10 high school boys hockey tournament, a Jan. 11 men's indoor soccer match between the Bar Flies and McCrimmon, and Sunday's start of the youth flag football season at the dome. Check out all of our photos here.
Stories on these three events, and more, can be found in the Jan. 17 edition of The Glengarry News.
In what appears to have been the final visit of the Hawkesbury Hawks to the Glengarry Sports Palace, the Cornwall Colts handed the wayward squad a 4-2 loss, in Friday night CCHL action.
JD Pogue had three points for the winning side, including a pair of goals, while South Glengarrian Ethan Mulhearn found the net once, scoring what would stand as the game-winning marker. Justin McRae also scored for Cornwall, while additional assists went to E. Mulhearn, Tommy Tanner, David Poirier, and Brant Woodside, as Liam Lascelle got the win in net with 36 saves.
Early on, the Hawks struggled to find the target offensively, mustering just six shots on goal in the first period. By the midpoint of the game, the Colts were outshooting Hawkesbury 22-11. The second half of the contest saw the Hawks turn up the heat, but it wasn't enough.
With the loss, Hawkesbury's "home" record in Alexandria dropped to 3-2, after winning their first three at the Palace. Nonetheless, the Hawks remain in second place in their division. The team is hoping to return to its official home digs in January.
As for the Colts, the win last Friday night was the team's sixth in a row, as the club finds itself now third in the standings, just two points behind Hawkesbury.