Stanstead teams doing well
T weekend in front of a decent home crowd and several scouts, including a recruiter from Hockey Canada. The Spartans tied their first game 2 to 2 against RNS, tied their second game 1 to 1 against KES, won their third game 2 to 1 against Northwood, and won their fourth game against Rice, 5 to 2. The Stanstead College girls varsity hockey team will play at pm, against Ontario Hockey Academy.
Stanstead College’s boys varsity hockey - ing to the Director of Hockey Operations at the private school, James Rioux. The team beat Lake Forest 4 to 0, Loyola 5 to 0, Gilmour 2 to 1, Saint Francis 5 to 1, and Shady Side 8 to 0. “They are in first place after last weekend,” said Mr. Rioux. The boys have a big week coming up, playing three games against some very strong American teams.
Mr. Rioux attended the long-awaited Hockey Hall of Fame, on Monday in Toronto. “It was a wonderful ceremony and wonderful he commented.
The Stanstead College girls hockey team have another game coming up, this Sunday,