Char-Lan girls top SD&G hockey league standings
It’s been quite the year for the girls hockey team from CharLan DHS, as the Crusaders capped off a perfect regular season last week to finish atop the SD&G league standings.
Head coach Sean O’Farrell was beaming, when he told
that this was the first undefeated team he has coached in all his years behind the bench for both boys and girls squads.
Heading into the Feb. 4 tournament in Cornwall, CharLan sported a 6-0 record.
The girls scored a 3-1 win over Holy Trinity, another playoff bound squad, and a 5-1 victory against GDHS.
The one-day playoffs are set for Feb. 18 at Cornwall’s multipad rink complex, with the opening action set for 10 a.m.
Top- seeded Char- Lan and second-place St. Joseph’s both will have first-round byes.
The Falcons and Patriotes finished tied in points and tied their head-to-head meeting. It came down to penalty minutes to break the deadlock.
The quarter-finals will involve Holy Trinity (10 points) versus Seaway (8), and La Citadelle (10) against North Dundas (6).
Winners of the quarters will advance to take on Char-Lan and Holy Trinity in the semifinals, with the victors of those matches battling midafternoon for the league title.
Feb. 4 results
Char-Lan 3 (Mackayla Petrie, Chantal Vivarais, Hannah Thomson) vs Holy Trinity 1 (Sophie Corput).
La Citadelle 2 vs GDHS 1 (Leigh McMillan).
Holy Trinity 1 Coleman) vs CCVS 1.
Holy Trinity 8 (Taylor Barkley 2, Emma Vanderburg 2, Kalista Coleman, Brittany Hum, Kyrstin Barkley, Meg Renwick) vs Seaway 1.
CCVS 5 vs Tagwi 1 (Lauren MacDonald).
Seaway 2 vs Tagwi 1 (Elise Solesme).
La Citadelle 9 vs Tagwi 1 (Gracin MacMillan). St. Joseph’s 9 vs Seaway 0. St. Joseph’s 3 vs La Citadelle 2. St. Joseph’s 2 vs North Dundas 0. North Dundas 3 vs CCVS 0.
GP W L T Pts Char-Lan Crusaders
8 80 St. Joseph’s Panthers
8 71 La Citadelle Patriotes
8 42 Holy Trinity Falcons
8 42 Seaway Spartans
8 33 North Dundas Devils