HT at 4-0

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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.

Stand­ings

LE­GION

COSTA ZARIFI PHOTO

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.

SEAN BRAY PHOTO

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.

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