Le Re­lais boys skate past CIAH

The Glengarry News - - Sports in the Glens -

Le Re­lais’ boys hockey team scored a 4-2 vic­tory over the Rock­land­based hockey academy, CIAH, in Feb. 5 Prescott-Rus­sell league play.

Marks­men were Austin Ladouceur, Dy­lan Seguin, Bran­don Lau­zon, and Ja­cob Levert. Earn­ing as­sists were Seguin, Mathieu Sabourin, Nico Rousseau, Alexan­dre Par­enteau, Ni­cholas Dupuis, Pas­cal The­o­ret, and Mathieu Giroux. The win se­cured first place for Les Rapi­des, who will next take on the fourth seed on Feb. 17, with the goal of com­pet­ing in the fi­nal match later that same day.

Head coach Do­minic De­coeur says, “Right now, I re­ally be­lieve what sep­a­rates our­selves from the other teams is our work ethic and com­mit­ment. Also, Nico Rousseau is just stel­lar. We know if we score two to three goals, we have a good chance to win.”

Three of the team’s lead­ers aren’t cur­rently play­ing with the squad, only prac­tis­ing with the boys, as their fo­cus is with their re­spec­tive league teams. Kieran Devine skates for the ju­nior ‘A’ group in Val­ley­field, Pierre-Luc Sabourin plays for the ju­nior ‘B’ Glens, and Phil Veilleux is a mem­ber of the ju­nior ‘B’ Char-Lan Rebels. When­ever their league sea­sons wrap up, they will suit up for Les Rapi­des full time, likely bol­ster­ing the squad some­time in March for the team’s run at the Franco tour­na­ment.

De­coeur adds, “That will bring a whole new dy­namic to the team. We ex­pect big things from these guys. Along with Dy­lan Seguin, they're great lead­ers.”

Le Re­lais has a home ex­hi­bi­tion match booked for March 6 at 2 p.m. at the Glen­garry Sports Palace in Alexandria.

Hearts U15 girls soc­cer try­outs set

Girls with birth years of 2000 or 2001 are in­vited to try out for this year’s Glen­garry Hearts com­pet­i­tive soc­cer team. Ses­sions are sched­uled for the sports dome in Alexandria on March 1 (4 to 5 p.m.), March 8 (7 to 8 p.m.), and March 15 (4 to 5 p.m.). The cost is $25, and ath­letes are asked to bring a soc­cer ball.

Coaches will be Rus­sell Bac­chiochi and Nancy Char­bon­neau. For more in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Char­bon­neau at 613- 678- 0031 or nan­[email protected]­mail.com

Sports fun for Fam­ily Day

There are plenty of ac­tiv­i­ties sched­uled for Fam­ily Day (Feb. 16) in Alexandria, in­clud­ing Glen­garry Gaels football ac­tion on the grid­iron at the Glen­garry Sports Palace. Word has is that the snow will be cleared and the field lined for the young­sters to bat­tle it out. The ac­tion is set for a 2 p.m. start.

Also on tap, be­gin­ning at noon, is a High­land Heavy­weights demon­stra­tion. In the rink, there’s open fam­ily hockey through the af­ter­noon and a free fam­ily skate at 5 p.m.

For the full lineup, go online to http://goo.gl/47TYzU

Tak­ing the plunge for the Sports Hall

The an­nual Po­lar Bear Dip in sup­port of the Glen­garry Sports Hall of Fame will be held Sun­day, Feb. 15, be­gin­ning at 2 p.m. sharp at Alexandria’s Is­land Park. Amongst the most re­cent to sign up to take the plunge are OPP of­fi­cer Pa­trick MacCul­loch and iron­man Stephane Lav­i­gne. Hall chair­man Rod­ney Shep­herd, who also will be dip­ping, says the Maxville Fire Depart­ment has com­mit­ted to hav­ing some­one par­tic­i­pate, but he’s still look­ing for rep­re­sen­ta­tion from other ar­eas, such as a teacher and a race­car driver. Par­tic­i­pants are asked to raise a min­i­mum of $100. For all the de­tails, visit http://goo.gl/wGx­h0H or call Rod­ney Shep­herd at 613-936-6213.

Coaches: send us your sports news

Glen­garry sports team coaches and man­agers are en­cour­aged to sub­mit short sto­ries high­light­ing team re­sults and spe­cial achieve­ments. E-mail us at [email protected]­gar­rynews.ca


ON THOSE BROOMS: Diane An­drews watches her Glen War­den Home Heat­ing team­mates El­iz­a­beth Des­jardins, left, and Patti McLeod sweep her rock at the Lan­caster Curl­ing Club’s busi­ness bon­spiel. Not seen is skip Elaine War­den.

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