District 10

Ross Royals win pair to finish atop field hockey league

GUELPH – Ross Royals secured a first-place finish in the District 4/10 high school girls’ field hockey standings as they posted a pair of wins Wednesday at the Gryphon Soccer Complex.

A tie with the Centre Dufferin Royals proved to be costly for the Centennial Spartans as it knocked them out of a tie for top spot with Ross.

The league wrapped up its regular season with eight games at the Gryphon Soccer Complex.

The Gryphon Soccer Complex is to host all of the league’s playoff games.

All teams are to be there next Wednesday for the quarter-finals while the semifinals are set for Oct. 16. The championship match is to go Oct. 18 starting at 3:30 p.m.

The quarter-final schedule has Ross playing GCVI at 9 a.m., Centennial playing Wellington Heights at 10:30 a.m., Orangeville playing Centre Wellington at 12 p.m. and Centre Dufferin playing Bishop Macdonell at 1:30 p.m.


Bishop Macdonell 3 Centre Wellington 0

Isabelle Peverley scored twice for Bishop Mac while Kya Jacobs had the other goal and Quinn Crampton picked up the shutout.


Centennial 4 Wellington Heights 0

Abigail Milne, Sydney Huether, Tristan Helps and Marie Lippek had a goal apiece for Centennial. The shutout was recorded by Hannie Kim.


Ross 5 Wellington Heights 0

Ross received goals from Madisyn Lecompte, Cecilia Lee, Emma Collier, Annabelle Docksteader and Mackenzie Martin while Ella Parisotto and Jade Ayles shared the shutout.


Centre Wellington 2 Guelph CVI 1

Alyssa Switzer and Mielle McKnight hit for a goal apiece for Centre Wellington.

Margeaux DeStaecks had the goal for GCVI.


Orangeville 3 Bishop Macdonell 0

Eden Gowing collected a pair of goals for Orangeville while Ruby Dickinson also scored. Haidee Marinko had the clean sheet in net.


Centre Dufferin 0 Centennial 0

Goalies recording shutouts not reported.


Ross 5 Centre Dufferin 0

Annabelle Docksteader connected for a hat trick for Ross while the other goals were scored by Alexa Whale and Amber Spira.


Orangeville 3 Guelph CVI 0

Eden Gowing tallied twice and Ruby Dickinson once for Orangeville.


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