Pipers lose heart­breaker

Stanstead Journal - - AROUND TOWN - Sher­brooke, Len­noxville

TheGalt Pipers se­nior foot­ball team won’t be head­ing to the Bol d’Or this week­end, but they came close! The se­nior team lost last week­end’s fi­nal against Poly­va­lente Belanger, 42 to 6. The Galt team, coached by An­drew Hynd, had a great year, win­ning their foot­ball di­vi­sion and the Sports Ethique banner. Coach’s game re­port

“We played a very good, very well coached team. We were ready, but ex­e­cu­tion wise, Poly Belanger just ex­e­cuted bet­ter than we did, and their QB had a phe­nom­e­nal game con­sid­er­ing the weather cir­cum­stances. Our of­fense took two ma­jor hits in the 2nd quar­ter as we lost our full­back Jared Chute for the game with an an­kle in­jury. Jared had run for 67 yards in a quar­ter and a half as the de­fense was fo­cused on stop­ping our lead­ing rusher Will Si­mard. Soon after, we lost our QB Tyler McBean for the game with a shoul­der in­jury and that dras­ti­cally af­fected our game plan, as we had to run a Wild­cat like for­ma­tion for the rest of the game. It is from this for­ma­tion that we got our touch­down, as Mathieu Sul­li­van - Weare scam­pered 42 yards in the third quar­ter. But, their De­fense over loaded the box, and made it hard to drive on them, es­pe­cially with no pass­ing game to keep them hon­est since McBean was out. That be­ing said, the boys never once let their heads down, nor gave up on any play, and I could not have been prouder of the ef­fort they gave in the game, and over the course of the sea­son. Es­pe­cially the grad­u­at­ing play­ers, some of whom have played for Alexan­der Galt since Grade 6. You could see the emo­tion in their eyes after the game, and I cer­tainly felt it as well.” Seen in the photo to an­nounce the cel­e­bra­tory hockey match were: (front) (be­hind L. to r.) mu­nic­i­pal coun­cil­lor for sports and recre­ation; player; Coat­i­cook mi­nor hockey;

mem­ber of the Dy­namik or­ga­ni­za­tion; mayor of Coat­i­cook.

ver­sary; attendance fee of the game will be di­vided be­tween the Dy­namik hockey club, the town’s mi­nor hockey club, Honorary Pres­i­dent of the game;

player; co­pres­i­dent of the 150th an­ni­co­pres­i­dent of the Dy­namik; and and the fig­ure skat­ing club.

Also to mark the 150th an­niver­sary, a Hall of Fame has been set up in the Dy­namik bistro at the Arena to high­light 150 years of sports in Coat­i­cook.

Photo Lisette Proulx

Guy­laine Blouin, Ge­orges Per­ron, Steve Lan­ci­aux,

Syl­vain Landry, Lamoureux, Steve Proulx,

Stéphane Devost, Jo­hanne Provencher, Luc Viens,

Louis-

Ber­trand

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