Three of four scheduled spring youth league football games Sunday were played, with the bantam contest postponed due to an officials scheduling error.
The tykes dropped a 47- 38 decision to Cornwall #1.
Conor Hamelin accounted for the bulk of the Glengarry scoring, recording five touchdowns and two single-point converts. Maxime Tremblay had the other major.
In mosquito action, the Gaels were humbled 41-6 by the visiting Wildcats. Ben Jackman had the lone score for the Glengarry side, coming in the second quarter.
Glengarry’s peewees were trounced 406, with Phoenix Milley notching a secondperiod TD, on a 60-yard catch-and-run play from quarterback Alexis Decoeur.
The delayed bantam game will be played
Team records entering play this week: tykes (2-1), mosquitos (0-3), peewees (0-3), bantams (2-1).
Games in Alexandria this week are booked for May 30 at 6:30 p.m. (bantams) and June 3 (tykes at 10 a.m., mosquitos at 11:30 a.m., peewees at 1 p.m.).
The OFC Cornwall Wildcats dropped their 2018 season opener in Oshawa, 34-7.
Matt Longchamps had the touchdown, on a 40-yard catch-and-run, from quarterback Evan Lefebvre. Longchamps also booted the convert.
The squads includes county boys Alex Zarifi (receiver), Simon Korteweg (linebacker), Max Sabourin (corner), and Steffon Lee (defensive end). There are also several Wildcats who are students at Tagwi.
The coaching contingent includes Glengarrians Alex Labonte (defensive coordinator), Costa Zarifi (running backs), and Dylan Hambleton (offensive line).
The ’Cats (0-1) home opener is scheduled for Saturday, June 2, at Joe St. Denis Field, in Cornwall, kicking off at 1 p.m. The Scarborough Thunder (1-0) will provide the opposition.