District 10

Eight goals the output for three senior soccer playoff winners

GUELPH – The District 10 high school senior boys’ soccer quarter-finals could be best described as a day of crazy 8’s.

In the end, the four teams that finished in the top four of the standings at the end of the regular season advanced to the semifinals.

Three of the victors netted eight goals in their wins while second-place Centennial Spartans edged seventh-place St. James Lions 2-0 in the other one.

First-place Bishop Macdonell Celtics dropped eighth-place Lourdes Crusaders 8-1, third-place Guelph CVI Green Gaels downed sixth-place Centre Wellington Falcons 8-2 and fourth-place Ross Royals blanked fifth-place Orangeville Bears 8-0.

Tuesday in the semifinals, Bishop Mac is to battle Ross at 3:30 p.m. at the Gryphon Soccer Complex while Centennial is to host GCVI at 4 p.m. at Centennial.


Bishop Macdonell 8 Lourdes 1

Ethan Fraser had a hat trick for Bishop Mac while Brandon Robertson and Tyler Frigon each scored twice. Omar Elshirqawy also scored.

Maxwell Zekarias had the goal for Lourdes.


Guelph CVI 8 Centre Wellington 2

Hal Griswald scored three times for GCVI while Omar Ladhani had a pair of goals. Alistair Chong, Malin Hazl and Malcolm Mavangi added single goals.

Reagan G. and Sam Gitter had a goal apiece for Centre Wellington.


Centennial 2 St. James 0

Ryder West and Nick Joy each had a goal for Centennial.


Ross 8 Orangeville 0

Scoring details not reported.


Junior Boys’ Soccer

While first-place GCVI and second-place Ross had byes in the quarter-finals, third-place Centennial and fourth-place Bishop Mac registered wins to gain berths in Tuesday’s semifinals.

Centennial defeated sixth-place Orangeville Bears 4-0 and Bishop Mac edged fifth-place St. James 2-1.

Tuesday’s semifinals have GCVI playing Bishop Mac at the Gryphon Soccer Complex at 1:30 p.m. while Ross is to host Centennial at Ross at 4 p.m.


Centennial 4 Orangeville 0

Scoring details not reported.


Bishop Macdonell 2 St. James 1

Harrison Redford scored both goals for Bishop Mac.

The scorer for St. James was not reported.


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