Royals, Lions secure home playoff games in girls’ soccer
GUELPH – The Ross Royals and St. James Lions locked up home games in District 10 high school girls’ soccer’s quarter-finals following Thursday’s games at the Gryphon Soccer Complex.
Ross has been perfect in league play, winning all six of their matches and surrendering a single goal in the process.
St. James had four wins and a loss with a game Thursday against the Guelph CVI Green Gaels still to be taken into account. Whatever that result, the Lions can’t be knocked out of a top-four finish and the top four will host quarter-final matches next Thursday.
The following are the Thursday results that were reported and all names are as reported.
Centennial 5 Centre Wellington 1
Bronwyn Harris and Sydney Coolman scored twice apiece for Centennial while Kiara Harris added the other goal.
Maisie Mead scored for Centre Wellington.
Ross 1 Lourdes 0
Mya Chin had the lone goal of the game.
St. James 4 Orangeville 1
St. James received single goals from Lawson, Arulampalam, Garbuio and Mueller.
Pherson scored for Orangeville.
Guelph CVI 4 Bishop Macdonell 2
Anna OS had a pair of goals for GCVI while Anh N and Jacqueline D also scored.
Netting a goal apiece for Bishop Mac were M. Wait and E Humphrey.
Ross 2 Centennial 1
Charlie Cupper and Greta Waller connected for the goals for Ross in the Royals’ fifth one-goal game of the season.
Jocelyn Grant scored for Centennial, the first goal allowed by Ross this season.
Orangeville 1 Bishop Macdonell 0
Scoring details not reported.
Centre Wellington vs. Lourdes
St. James vs. Guelph CVI
- Guelph Sports Journal