District 10

GCVI Gaels D10 juniors post trio of soccer shutouts

GUELPH – The Guelph CVI Green Gaels stand atop the District 10 high school junior boys’ soccer standings as high school sports returned to active duty in the Royal City.

The Gaels won their three games Tuesday as all seven teams in the league gathered for a day of play at Centennial CVI and College Heights Secondary School.

The Gaels scored a trio of shutout victories with Mo Sang getting the blank sheet in all three as GCVI defeated the St. James Lions 4-0, Ross Royals 2-0 and Lourdes Crusaders 7-0.

Jack Meyers and Nikola Macesic scored the goals against Ross.

Last names of the GCVI scorers in the other two games were unavailable.

Omar L had two goals against St. James while Marko T and Lucas Z had the other goals.

Robert M and Aydin M each collected a pair of goals against Lourdes while Clive B, Youssef B and Alistair C added single tallies.

That’s 10 players scoring goals for GCVI during the day.

While the Gaels are 3-0-0, they’re followed by the Centennial Spartans at 2-0-1, Ross at 1-1-1, Orangeville Bears at 1-1-0, St. James at 1-2-0, Lourdes at 1-3-0 and Centre Wellington Falcons at 0-2-0.


Centennial 2 Ross 2

Logan Lontok and Griffin Stronks scored for Centennial.

Thomas Ripley and Griffin Brown tallied for Ross.


Lourdes 1 Centre Wellington 0

Abraham Omot had the lone goal of the game while Toby Rossi had the shutout.


Centennial 3 Lourdes 0

Marcus Taggart, Lontok and Tristan Genove scored the goals.


Ross 3 St. James 1

Carson Mussell hit for a pair of goals for Ross while Brown tallied once.

Nolan Purdy scored for St. James.


St. James 5 Centre Wellington 0

Purdy and Kwynn Stringer had two goals each for St. James while Logan Lefeuvre added the other one.


Orangeville 5 Lourdes 1

Getting a goal apiece for Orangeville are Noah Smith, Thomas Bourkeboom, Spencer McLornn, Jort Haddock and Kultrict Amenty.

Abraham Omot scored for Lourdes.


Centennial 5 Orangeville 0

Taggart struck for a pair of goals for Centennial while single goals were added by Deacon Key, Mohamed Idris and Genove.


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