Falcons sweep Gaels
BY SEAN BRAY Sports Editor SD&G high school girls basketball last week at the Falcons’ Nest saw the host Holy Trinity senior and junior squads sweep the visiting Glengarry Gaels.
In the senior game, the Falcons held the visitors to single digits into the fourth quarter, en route to a 38-15 victory.
HT’s top point- getter was Annika Setterington, with 19, while Brooke Lapierre had 5 to lead the Gaels.
The junior contest went into the books as a 38-23 win for the Falcons.
On Oct. 1 playing Seaway, HT’s senior girls scored a 38-18 victory, led by Setterington’s 18 points.
Oct. 2 action for Tagwi saw the senior Warriors prevail 26-16 over l’Heritage, with Morgan Gallinger’s 10 points leading the offence. The junior Warriors won a nail-biter over the Dragons, 14-13. Heidi McIntyre had 6 points for tops on the Tagwi tribe.
Last Friday in Alexandria, GDHS’ senior girls triumphed over the CCVS Raiders 34-22, as Lapierre led her Gaels with 16.
The junior Gaels also won against the Raiders, scoring a 26-20 decision. Kayla McPherson was tops, with 17 points.
Upcoming action includes Glengarry playing at la Citadelle today, Oct. 10, starting at noon.
Tagwi is scheduled to host St. Joseph’s on Oct. 15 (4 p.m. start), and a day later, Char-Lan will entertain Holy Trinity (1 p.m.).
Earlier this week, the HEO midget ‘AAA’ league announced its top performers for September. Amongst the honourees was Felix Sauvé, recognized as top defenceman. The 16- year- old from Alexandria notched eight points (including 4 goals) in 12 games. He also had a four-game goal-scoring streak, setting the stage for a quartet of Hawkesbury victories.–