Glen Sand­field bests Dun­ve­gan for crown

The Glengarry News - - Sports In The Glens -

BY SEAN BRAY Sports Ed­i­tor Sun­day night’s Glen­garry Soc­cer League U19 girls cham­pi­onship match, played un­der the lights at the Glen­garry Sports Palace pitch in Alexan­dria, saw Glen Sand­field ride a pair of first-half goals to vic­tory over de­fend­ing ti­tlist Dun­ve­gan.

Less than a minute into the match, the ball came out of the dark cor­ner at the north end of the field, set­ting up the early marker for Glen Sand­field.

Seven min­utes later, a suc­cess­ful penalty kick, awarded for a hand ball in the box, made it 2-0.

The goals were cred­ited to Cameron Brodie and Dana


Play from that point on was fairly even, as Dun­ve­gan was

un­able to crack Glen Sand­field’s de­fen­sive shield with any­thing too threat­en­ing.


CON­TROL: Brit­tany DeRochie, of the Dun­ve­gan U19 girls team, boots an air­borne ball, in the mid­field area, as team­mate Chélina Ro­zon and Glen Sand­field’s Olivia Gra­ham look on.


VIC­TORS: Glen Sand­field is the U19 girls Glen­garry Soc­cer League cham­pion. Stand­ing from left are coach Elaine McDon­ald, Heather Ray­mond, Sarah Cad­dell, Olivia Gra­ham, Sara Pace, Macken­zie Van Loon, Dana Mac­Don­ald, Carly Lev­ert, Abby Mac­Don­ald, Mea­gan Jack­son, and Han­nah Mac­Cal­lum. In front are Bri­anna Sa­rault, Kai­ley Wil­lock, Hay­ley Cho­lette, Tay­lor MacGil­livray, Shawna MacPher­son, Na­dia Boisv­enue, Cameron Brodie, and Emma Hardy. Ab­sent: Leigh McMil­lan and Sarah Suter.

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