U18 Hearts top ERSL

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens - Sean Bray

Glen­garry’s U18 girls Hearts are the 2018 ERSL cham­pi­ons, hav­ing fin­ished the sum­mer cam­paign with a record of 10 wins against just 2 losses, to top the ta­ble with 30 points, 3 bet­ter than run­ner-up Cum­ber­land United.

The ladies sealed their tri­umph with a solid run in the late stages of the sea­son, com­plet­ing the sched­ule on a six-game win­ning streak.

Their fi­nal game was played Aug. 23, when the Hearts white­washed Ot­tawa City 8-0, led by Tay­lor Si­mard’s four tal­lies.

Other goals were notched by An­drea Chad­dock, Chloe Le­gault, Brae­lyn Char­bon­neau, and Emma Bac­chiochi.

The team’s wins the previous two weeks were much tighter, both 1-0 de­ci­sions, as Bac­chiochi scored in Aug. 9 ac­tion against Cum­ber­land, while Danika De­coeur had the tally a week later ver­sus West Ot­tawa.

Goal­keeper Ali­cia Hartholt blanked op­po­nents eight times over the course of the sum­mer.

As a team, the Hearts were +37 in goal dif­fer­en­tial, al­low­ing just 11 against in 12 matches.

Tay­lor Si­mard was the team’s top markswomen, with 15, fol­lowed by Bac­chiochi ( 9), Chad­dock (5), Le­gault (4), and Oli­vanne Devine (4).


LEAGUE’S BEST: The Glen­garry U18 girls cel­e­brate their ERSL championship. In the back row, from left, are Brit­tany Hum, Kait­lyn MacCrim­mon, Lau­ren Nadeau, and Kait­lyn Mur­ray-MacDon­ald. Mid­dle: Emma Bac­chiochi, Kait­lyn Le­feb­vre, Brae­lyn Char­bon­neau, Chloe Le­gault, Danika De­couer, Robyn Howes, Sab­rina Morin, Oli­vianne Devine, and Maddy Chisholm. Front: Ali­cia Hartholt, Tay­lor Si­mard, and An­drea Chad­dock. Ab­sent: Sara Le­gault.

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