Warriors look to build on positives
Despite falling to 0-2 on the high school football season, with a 20-7 loss last Friday to CCVS, the Tagwi Warriors have positives on which to build as they prepare for their next game, set for Oct. 18 versus Glengarry.
The Warriors held the Raiders to 13 firsthalf points and played them even in the second half, where quarterback Schuyler Schellenberg capped off a later drive with a 23-yard pass to Connor MacMillan in the end zone, for the touchdown. Schellenberg also booted the convert kick.
The boys were decidedly excited, scoring their first points of the season, after being shut out the previous week, 31-0, by defending champion la Citadelle.
Tagwi threatened to score in two other opportunities earlier in the game, including in the waning moments of the opening half when the Warriors got inside the five-yard line, before the drive was stopped by the
Amongst defensive highlights, Tyler Murray broke through the CC offensive line to sack the Raiders QB for a five-yard loss, and Daniel Cantin pulled down an interception.
Just one other game was played last week, the Rose Bowl, with St. Joseph’s prevailing 30-5 over la Citadelle, under the lights.
The event was a fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
REACH: Tagwi quarterback Schuyler Schellenberg contorts his body for extra yardage, tackled low and falling backwards for a first down in SDGAA high school action versus CCVS.
CHARGE: Char-Lan’s Reese Donnelly fights to get free of a Richmond defender in Saturday night CCHL2 hockey, at the Rec. Centre in Williamstown.