High school athletes on the Trot
Student-athletes from Tagwi SS and Glengarry DHS participated in the Turkey Trot cross-country running meet, held Oct. 4 in Kemptville.
Glengarry’s Brooke Lapierre placed 9th in the senior girls 6 km race (25:54.21) for the only top-20 finish of the Warriors and Gaels at the event.
Other senior girls results saw Rachel Campbell place 68th, Saba Wassihun 73rd, and Shae-Lynn Dicaire 90th of 111 entrants.
Gaels in senior boys ( 147 competitors): Kevin Doyle 31st ( 24: 14.39), Odin MarfurtBreakendridge 48th, Nathan Reijmers 54th, Aaron Keurentjes 59th, Phillipe Summers 79th, Shayne Dickie 80th.
Warriors in senior boys: Liam Ault 63rd, Martin Ruddy Miguelez 67th.
Gaels in junior girls (93 runners): Ella Campbell 55th (28:25.21), Taylor Hambleton 59th, Kaisa Este 79th, Olivia Roman 93rd.
Warrior in junior girls: Ines Menchero Garcia.
Glengarry’s Carl MarfurtBreakenridge placed 38th in midget boys (16:27.53). Others: Callum Nystrom 40th, Rory McKinnon 48th, Josh Picard 79th, Rowan MacPherson 83rd.
Warrior in midget boys: Heath Patterson 78th.
Glengarry’s scheduled match last week was postponed, giving the Gaels the bye.
On Oct. 11, Glengarry is slated to play at St. Joseph’s, in Cornwall, beginning at 1 p.m.
The week’s other game has Holy Trinity at la Citadelle on Friday, for an 11:30 a.m. start.
SDGAA football standings through three weeks: Holy
The Glengarry Gaels began the 2018 high school junior six-onsix football season last week, going 1 and 1.The boys opened with a 30-8 victory over North Grenville, led by Mati Gouskos’ three touchdowns. Also recording majors were Matt Miller and Rowan MacPherson. Convert kicks, which count for two points at this level, were made by MacPherson (2), and Miller.Their other contest was a 46-0 thrashing by host St. Joseph’s.Standings: St. Joseph’s (2-0), St. Thomas-Aquinas (2-0), Glengarry (1-1), Renfrew (0-0-1), Gananoque (0-0-1), North Grenville (0-2). HOLD ON: A St. Joseph’s defender grabs hold of the jersey of Glengarry’s Mati Gouskos, who tries to break free late in the opening half of junior football action, in Cornwall.