Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Sports Update: October 21-27

Senior Boys Soccer Team
In your Senior Boys soccer action, the boys won their final regular season game Sunday morning against Dalhousie. The boys downed DRHS 3-1 in a close game.

Aaron Walls started out strong for the boys, scoring the first goal of the game early in the first half.  Daniel Richard came up big with the game-winning goal late in the first half.  Garett Donahue secured the win for the boys by scoring late in the second half.

This win finalized the boys' undefeated streak.  They finished the regular season with a 9-0-1 record, and, to no shock, the boys finished in 1st place, at the top of their league.  Their hard work has paid off, as they are hosting the Northeast Regionals on Saturday, October 28 on their home field.  Don't forget to come out and support your Eagles!
Senior Girls Soccer Team
In Senior Girls soccer action, the girls traveled to Sugarloaf and Dalhousie to play their final two games of the regular season.

On Saturday morning, the girls came out swinging, knowing that this weekend was a do or die mission for them. They battled hard through the cold conditions that the early hours brought. Being first to every ball and staying in the opposing teams end allowed the girls to capitalize on every opportunity.

They finished strong, coming home with a 1-0 win Vs. Sugarloaf.  Striker Erin Moody had the lone goal, scoring a beautiful goal to seal the deal in the girls' quest to make regionals. The girls were downed 1-0 by DRHS. They finished their almost perfect season with a 6-1-5 record. The girls are sitting at the top of their league going into regionals this coming Saturday, October 28. Good luck to the girls as they travel to Saint-Louis-de-Kent.

The Middle School Boys traveled to Dr. Losier to play in their final jamboree.  They were downed  4-0 by Dr. Losier and 2-0 by Nelson, but, hey never gave up.  The boys battled hard throughout the entire day, finishing the season in 4th place. Congratulations on the well-played season, boys!

The Middle School Girls, played on Friday at home showcasing an abundance of talent for our hometown fans.  They came out with a 5-0 win against CNBA.  Kensen Brennan lead the way with 3 goals, while Amber Walls and Ashley  Mador had one goal each.  The girls return to action on Friday at their final Jamboree. Good luck, girls!

By Marlee Schofield and Daniel Richard