A chilly Harvest Bowl contested Oct. 18 in Vankleek Hill saw the Glengarry Gaels football team shut out the Tagwi Warriors 32-0. We have the details in this week's edition of The Glengarry News. For photos of the action, please see the gallery here.
Sports in the Glens
Do you have a story idea, results, or other sports-related information that may be of interest to Glengarrians? Do you know a Glengarry native who is making a name for him or herself further afield? Then contact the sports editor.
Help on submitting photos and team reports is available here.
The content below is updated periodically with supplementary sports items that do not make it into the print edition of The Glengarry News or provide updates and/or additional information to a story we have published in the newspaper.
The latest additions to our online photo galleries include...
- Oct. 6 Hearts / Brian Filion memorial soccer tournament
- Oct. 10: Glengarry Gaels junior football
- Oct. 11: Glengarry Gaels senior football
- Oct. 12: Glens alumni practise for their upcoming game vs the Montreal Canadiens alumni team
- Oct. 13: CCHL2 hockey involving the Char-Lan Rebels
- Oct. 16: le Relais senior girls soccer
- Oct. 16: senior girls high school basketball featuring Char-Lan and Holy Trinity
- the 2018 Harvest Bowl high school football game between Tagwi and Glengarry
- Oct. 18: UCMHL bantam rep 'B' hockey involving Char-Lan and NGS
- Oct. 21: tyke Cornwall Wildcats NCAFA playoff football
- Oct. 21: Alexandria Glens hockey vs Westport Rideaus
All of these galleries, and more, can be viewed here.
Your county's junior 'B' hockey teams both prevailed today, in rare Sunday CCHL2 action, in Glengarry.
The Char-Lan Rebels, playing in Williamstown, topped the Whitewater Kings 3-2, in a game decided by way of a shootout. Up north in Alexandria, the Glens doubled the Westport Rideaus 6-3.
We will have all the details in the next edition of The Glengarry News.
Lancaster's Phil Veilleux saw action in the Concordia Stingers third game at baseball nationals, getting two hits and an RBI in four at-bats. The Stingers beat Carleton, the tournament hosts, 9-1.
The Stingers are now 2-1, scheduled to next play Oct. 21 at 1 p.m., against New Brunswick, in the second semifinal of the day. The other will feature Carleton and McGill.
The championship will also be played Sunday, set for a 6 p.m. opening pitch.
Both of the county's CCHL2 hockey teams prevailed tonight.
For the Char-Lan Rebels, the win came on home ice, a 1-0 decision over the Ottawa West Golden Knights.
The Alexandria Glens triumphed on the road, beating the Whitewater Kings 7-4.
Both teams have rare Sunday action on tap for Oct. 21. At 3:30 p.m., the Rebels will host the Kings, and starting at 4 p.m., the Glens will entertain the Westport Rideaus.
We will have full coverage in The Glengarry News.
Coming off a 13-6 victory over the Cumberland Bandits last weekend, the Cornwall Prowlers senior 'A' hockey team will have its home opener on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Cornwall's multi-sport complex. Game time is set for 8 p.m, versus the Pontiac Comets, who are 0-2 on the season.
There is Glengarry county content on both sides, with Maxville's Adam Wensink suiting up for the Comets. The Prowlers have Jesse Fontaine and Pierre-Luc Sabourin.
Tickets are $8 for those 19 and over, $5 for ages 18 and under. A pre-sale of up to 100 tickets will be available at 812 Pitt St., Unit 52, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ticket sales at the door begin at 7 p.m.
Should the crowd exceed 700, there will be a draw of fans in attendance, the winner awarded a 55-inch TV.
Looking ahead, the team's second home game will be played Friday, Nov. 2, versus the Vaudreuil Titans, at 8:30 p.m.
The Carlton Place Canadians jumped out to a 2-0 first-period lead and never looked back, en route to a 6-2 victory over the Cornwall Colts, in CCHL hockey action Thursday night at the Ed Lumley Arena.
Ethan Mulhearn and Justin McRae scored the Colts goals (both of which came on the power play).
The Canadians outshot the Colts 45-17, with Mike Carr suffering the loss in goal.
Cornwall's record falls to 6-9-0-2 for 14 points and an eighth-place tie in the CCHL standings.
The Hardest Working Player of the game was Konnor MacCormick. Three stars were first Andrej Hromic (CP), second Ben Tupker (CP), and third Harley Michaels (COR).
The Colts' next game is Friday night in Kemptville. The boys will be back on home ice Oct. 25, at the Civic Complex, hosting the Hawkesbury Hawks, at 7:30 p.m.
– files from David Murphy
Lancaster's Philippe Veilleux will be in Ottawa later this week, competing with the Concordia University men's baseball team in the national championship tournament.
The Stingers qualified as a wildcard entry after winning back-to-back games last weekend over Montreal.
Veilleux, who studies urban planning at Concordia, is an outfielder with the team.
The tournament is scheduled to run Oct. 18 to 21, with the Stingers scheduled to play three round-robin games: Oct. 18 at 3 p.m. versus New Brunswick, Oct. 19 at 10 a.m. against McGill, and Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. versus Carleton.
The action is scheduled to be streamed on Facebook here.
Prescott-Russell high school league girls soccer is taking place today in Alexandria, with games at le Relais and Island Park.
Next action for the senior les Rapides squad is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. at the school, where le Relais will square off against a team from Russell.
The junior girls' opening match is currently underway at the park, with their second action set for 12:45 p.m. versus VCI.
Last weekend, the inaugural season for the Cornwall senior 'A' Prowlers hockey team got underway, with the squad playing to a 13-6 victory in Cumberland.
Alexandria's Pierre Luc Sabourin chalked up three assists in the contest, while Williamstown's Jesse Fontaine picked up one. Three players – Jonathan Labelle, Dominic Leveille, and Brandon Gilmour – had hat tricks. Other goals were notched by Chris Rutley, Sebastien Thinel, Thomas McRae, and Brody Taylor.
Josh Loney backstopped the win in net, facing 46 shots. The Prowlers fired a whopping 65 shots on the Bandits goal.
The team's next game will see the Prowlers skating on home ice, Saturday, Oct. 20, at 8 p.m., at Cornwall's multi-sport complex. The Comets, from Fort Coulange, Quebec, will provide the opposition.