HT hockey girls claim first

The Glengarry News - - Sports On The Glens - Sean Bray

NEXT DEAD­LINE: Mon­day, March 4, noon

Holy Trin­ity Catholic Sec­ondary School is the SD&G high school girls hockey league reg­u­lar-sea­son cham­pion.

Though tied in record (6-2) and points (12) with St. Joseph’s the Fal­cons were awarded first place based on the tie-breaker, which was the head-to-head meet­ing for the teams, where HT pre­vailed 3-1.

Third place was also de­cided on a tie- breaker, with North Dun­das get­ting the edge, as a re­sult of a 1-0 win over Tagwi. The Devils and War­riors both fin­ished the sea­son at 5-3 for 10 points.

The four­some will com­pete in SD&G play­offs, set for to­day, Feb. 27, at Corn­wall’s multi-sport com­plex.

Holy Trin­ity and Tagwi get the first semi­fi­nal, start­ing at 9 a.m., fol­lowed by the game be­tween St. Joseph’s and North Dun­das, at 10:30 a.m.

The cham­pi­onship game is booked for a 1 p.m. start.

Head-to-head, the Fal­cons and War­riors played twice dur­ing the reg­u­lar sea­son, split­ting re­sults, while the Devils lost their only meet­ing with the Pan­thers.

On the sea­son, Holy Trin­ity’s losses were to Tagwi and North Dun­das, St. Joseph’s dropped games to Tagwi and HT, North Dun­das fell to HT, la Ci­tadelle, and St. Joe’s, and Tagwi lost to HT, St. Joe’s, and North Dun­das.

La Ci­tadelle and Char-Lan did not qual­ify for play­offs, fin­ish­ing at 2-6 and 0-8, re­spec­tively.

The reg­u­lar-sea­son fi­nale took place in Long Sault on Feb. 19, when HT skated to split re­sults.

The Fal­cons, play­ing with just eight girls, edged Tagwi 1-0 on a Tea­gan Set­ter­ing­ton goal.

Their sec­ond con­test, against North Dun­das ended as a 2-1 loss. Lily Bac­chiochi was the lone Fal­con to score.

Tagwi skated to a 5-2 win over Char-Lan, with War­riors Makenna Brownlee (2), Sierre Wood­side (2), and Corinne An­der­son notch­ing goals. With the Cru­saders replies were Kather­ine Thom­son and Tessa Ram­say.

Char-Lan dropped its last game of the sea­son 6-1 to St. Joseph’s, with Ram­say scor­ing the Cru­saders counter.

Other games saw St. Joseph’s top la Ci­tadelle 6-2 and beat North Dun­das 4-1.

Alexan­dria hosted Eastern On­tario broom­ball regionals over the weekend.

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