Tagwi aim­ing for play­offs

The Glengarry News - - Sports in the Glens - – Sean Bray

Four high school girls hockey teams are tied for sec­ond place with 7 points through three tour­na­ments of SDGAA league play, and among them are the Tagwi War­riors and Holy Trin­ity Fal­cons.

St. Joseph’s has al­ready locked up the top seed, per­fect in five games. But then things get in­ter­est­ing. Tagwi has two tough games re­main­ing, sched­uled to hit the ice against the Pan­thers and the Fal­cons.

The other teams in the traf­fic jam are North Dun­das and La Ci­tadelle, which will square off in the Feb. 15 tour­na­ment, set for Long Sault.

Se­away, at 1-5, and win­less Char-Lan are al­ready out of the play­off pic­ture.

The Cru­saders will con­clude their sea­son with two games at the Long Sault tour­ney.

On Mon­day, Feb. 5 i n Wil­liamstown, Tagwi cruised past Char-Lan 5-1. Emi­ley Nor­man scored twice, with other War­riors goals from Cam­den Tait, Nevynn Wit­teveen, and Mackenna Brown­lee. Char-Lan’s lone tally came from Meara McDonell.

Tagwi also beat Se­away, pre­vail­ing 2- 1, on goals from Brown­lee and Nor­man.

Holy Trin­ity trounced CharLan and played to a nil-nil draw with North Dun­das.

Other scores: St. Joseph’s 2 vs. La Ci­tadelle 1, St. Joseph’s 5 vs. North Dun­das 2, La Ci­tadelle 3 vs. Se­away 2.


BIS­CUIT: Tagwi’s Emi­ley Nor­man, left, and Char-Lan’s Grace La­plante jos­tle for a loose puck in high school girls hockey.

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