Ross, Centennial remain tied atop field hockey standings
GUELPH – The Ross Royals and Centennial Spartans failed to break their tie atop the District 4/10 high school girls’ field hockey league standings Monday.
The two teams fought to a scoreless standoff in their match at the Gryphon Soccer Complex.
That tie keeps the two teams undefeated and deadlocked atop the league with 4-0-1 records.
The tie could be broken Wednesday when all teams in the league gather at the Gryphon Soccer Complex where they’ll each play two games to complete their regular seasons.
Both Ross and Centennial are to play the Wellington Heights Wolverines (0-1-4) and Centre Dufferin Royals (1-1-3) Wednesday.
Centre Dufferin is third in the standings and is followed by the Bishop Macdonell Celtics (2-3-0), Wellington Heights, defending champion Orangeville Bears (1-2-2), Centre Wellington Falcons (1-3-1) and Guelph CVI Green Gaels (0-3-2).
The league’s quarter-finals are to be held next Wednesday and quarter-final winners are to advance to the semifinals set for Oct. 16 at the Gryphon Soccer Complex.
The league’s championship game is to be at the Gryphon Soccer Complex Oct. 18 starting at 3:30 p.m.
Bishop Macdonell 4 Guelph CVI 1
Ava Long had a pair of goals for Bishop Mac while Bella Chappel and Madison Sullivan added single goals.
Margeaux DeStaecks scored for the Gaels.
Orangeville 2 Centre Wellington 1
Eden Gowing netted both goals for Orangeville.
Centre Wellington’s scorer was not reported.
- Guelph Sports Journal