On Monday, the Glengarry DHS senior boys basketball team scored a win over St. Joseph's, and we have an image gallery available online here. For the story, be sure to read this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
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Senior men's soccer at the Alexandria dome last week featured a 5-3 win for Pine Grove over McCrimmon, led by two tallies from Taegan Hallahan. Also scoring for the victors were Andrew Caputo, Hugh Macleod, and Colin Webster, while Shawn Vink, with two, and Bruce Fraser had the McCrimmon markers.
The other Dec. 13 contest saw Alexandria FC edge the Bar Flies 4-3, on the strength of goals from Kevin Doyle, Kyle Howes, Sullivan Van Loon, and Andrew Wilkes. Scoring for the Flies were Cameron MacDonald, Lochlan MacDonald, and Hamish MacLeod.
The last action of 2018 is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 20, with games beginning at 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Glengarry Soccer League senior women's play at the dome last week saw the Dunvegan team blank Glen Nevis 2-0, on markers from Emily McDonald and Michelle DeRepentigny.
The other contest went into the books as a 5-2 win for Alexandria over Dalhart. Braelyn MacMaster had a pair of goals for the winning side, with others netted by Stephanie Cholette, Brooke Lapierre, and Amanda Myre. Corina Shane and Sandra Illing scored for Dalhart.
The teams are scheduled to be back in action tonight, Dec. 18, with games set for 7:30 and 8:30 p.m.
A gallery of images from the Dec. 15 hockey game between the Alexandria Glens and Char-Lan Rebels can be viewed online here. For the story of the outcome, be sure to check out this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
In early preparation for the 2019 racing season, the Cornwall Motor Speedway recently held a drivers meeting for the Mini-Stock and Pro-Stock divisions.
At the request of several drivers from these classes, the meeting included track promoters Raymond and Jacques Lavergne, along with some team members, all listening to ideas, challenges, and questions from the race teams.
"The Mini-Stock meeting was a productive one. Several teams attended, and several rules discussions occurred, as we talked about the weight breaks, security features, engines, and several ideas were put on the table," says Martin Bélanger.
"The Lavergne brothers have committed to providing answers in early 2019 to all teams, and the amount of potential drivers is encouraging," adds Bélanger.
The Pro-Stock drivers were next on the schedule. The discussion was different from the Mini-Stock. It was more geared towards finding solutions on getting more cars to the speedway, security features, and the calendar."
The 2019 season will mark the track's 50th.
Some key dates have already been confirmed, as the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Series will start a string of three consecutive Sundays with a DIRTcar Series in action. The DIRTcar Pro-Stock Series will be in Cornwall on July 7, followed by the DIRTcar 358 Series on July 14. The DIRTcar Sportsman Series will be run on Thursday, August 15.
More announcements will be made after the Christmas holidays. The Lavergne family and Cornwall Motor Speedway wish everyone happy holidays, encouraging you to spend some quality time with family and friends, and to be safe.
– submitted files
The rivalry of Glengarry's junior 'B' hockey teams moves to Williamstown on Saturday, December 15, with the Alexandria Glens scheduled to take on the Char-Lan Rebels at 8 p.m.
The Glens are coming off a 5-1 win on home ice over the Winchester Hawks, while the Rebels played in Brockville on Wednesday night, losing 5-2 to the Tikis.
Monday, December 17 will see SDGAA league high school girls hockey taking place in Morrisburg.
Here's the day's schedule:
9:00 – 10:00 La Citadelle vs. St. Joe’s
10:00 – 11:00 Holy Trinity vs. North Dundas
11:00 – 12:00 St. Joe’s vs. Tagwi
12:00 – 1:00 North Dundas vs. Char-Lan
1:00 – 2:00 Holy Trinity vs. La Citadelle
2:00 – 3:00 Tagwi vs. Char-Lan
The 5th Annual Benson Colts charity hockey game in support of St. Vincent De Paul took place on Sunday, December 9, in Cornwall. Eighteen local celebrities suited up alongside Colts players in a fun game to raise money and collect food items for the charity.
This year $2,000 was raised, bringing the historical total to over $12,000 raised thanks to this fun event. The official score was 8-8.
The Benson Group once again the title sponsor for the event, with Shoeless Joe’s providing post-game munchies.
– files from David Murphy
Last weekend in senior 'A' hockey action, the Cornwall Prowlers suffered a pair of defeats.
First, it was a 6-5 loss on home ice to the Maniwaki Forestiers, on Saturday. That was followed up by a Sunday thrashing in Mont-Laurier, where the Montagnards silenced the Prowlers 11-3.
Cornwall point-getters over the two-game stint were: Marc-André Labelle (2 goals, 2 assists), Benoit Harris (1G, 2A), Stevie Ray Adams (3A), Adam Wensink (2G), Maxime Desèves (1G, 1A), Ian Boots (1G, A1), Brian Landry (2A), Frédéric Lojen (1G), Jesse Fontaine (1A), Pierre-Luc Sabourin (1A), and Brandon Gilmour (1A).
Looking ahead, the Prowlers are booked to play in Vaudreuil-Dorion on Dec. 15, at 8 p.m. Next home game, against the same team, is set for Dec. 21, at 8 p.m., to be played at Cornwall's multi-sport complex.
Last Thursday night at the Cornwall Civic Complex, the Colts scored a 3-2 win over the visiting Hawkesbury Hawks. Konnor MacCormick notched the game-winner, on a power play, midway through the third period, assisted by Alex Gagnon and Philippe Gilmour. Scoring earlier for the home side were Gagnon and Tristan Poissant, with assists to Josh Barnes, Alex Stuckert, MacCormick, and Gilmour.
Hawkesbury tallies were netted by Xavier Léveillé and Bradley Shaw, with Luke Grainger, Patrick Johnston, and Mike Nantais earning the helpers.
Michael Car backstopped the Colts win, making 26 saves, while Matthew Petizian faced 24 Cornwall shots in the loss.
The teams will meet again on Dec. 21, in Hawkesbury, to close out the 2018 portion of the calendar. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.
Cornwall's next action is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 13 on home ice, where the Ottawa Junior Senators will provide the opposition. Start time is 7:30 p.m. On Friday night, the Hawks are booked to host the Navan Grads, also at 7:30 p.m.