HT at 4-0
Holy Trinity’s varsity girls hockey team has a perfect 4-0 record to start the SD&G high school season, with the most recent victories coming Monday in Morrisburg.
The Dec. 17 action saw the Falcons blank North Dundas 3-0 and power past la Citadelle 6- 2. Julia Allan and Kara McClenaghan each accounted for three Falcons goals on the day. Tegan Setterington tallied two, and Ashley MacCrimmon had one.
The girls opened their season on Dec. 10, with a 3-1 win over Catholic rival St. Joseph’s, reported last week in
Game two, played three days later in Cornwall, saw the Falcons whitewash Char-Lan 8-0, though it officially goes into the books as a 5-0 decision, by league rule.
Lily Bacchiochi and Maddie Ruffo each scored twice, with singletons netted by Setterington, Allan, McClenaghan, and Lauryn Craig.
Meanwhile, it’s been a tough go for Char-Lan, which has yet to register a goal through four games. After being blanked by HT, the Crusaders were shut out by St. Joseph’s 9-0 (officially 5-0).
On Monday, the Crusaders, unable to ice a goaltender, were forced to forfeit their two matches, both of which went into the books as 1-0 losses (to North Dundas and Tagwi).
The Warriors’ other Dec. 17 contest finished as a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Panthers, with Makenna Brownlee accounting for the Tagwi tally.
Also on Monday, St. Joseph’s doubled la Citadelle 4-2.
League play will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 8, in Williamstown, beginning at 9 a.m.
SLAPPER: Tagwi’s Makenna Brownlee rifles the game-winner into the Char-Lan net, her first of two in the contest, as Crusaders Frances McDonell and Quinn Mulhearn look on, in high school hockey action, from Morrisburg.
NET PRESENCE: Char-Lan defenceman Campbell Craig attempts to clear Alexandria’s Nathan Sauve away from Julien Cholette’s crease, with the Glens on the power play.