Gryphon quarterback Aboud U Sports offensive player of the week
GUELPH – Quarterback Tristan Aboud of the Guelph Gryphons has been named the U Sports offensive player of the week for his performance in last weekend’s 88-7 whitewash of the York Lions at Alumni Stadium.
Aboud completed all 16 of his pass attempts, finding eight different receivers, for a total of 384 yards. He also threw six touchdown passes, a Gryphon record.
The Gryphs are to play the Waterloo Warriors at Waterloo Saturday.
Emmanuel Christian Eagles get first win of D4 senior girls’ season
FERGUS – Emmanuel Christian Eagles struck for their first win of the District 4 high school senior girls’ basketball season Wednesday as they dropped the Norwell Varsity Reds 66-9.
Emma V. had 14 points for Emmanuel Christian.
Madison T. had five for Norwell.
Norwell Varsity Reds post slim win in D4 senior boys’ play
FERGUS – The Norwell Varsity Reds slipped by Emmanuel Christian Eagles in District 4 high school senior boys’ soccer play Wednesday at Victoria Park.
Wilkinson connected for two goals for Norwell while P. Dineen had the other one.
Scoring for Emmanuel Christian were J. Kottelenberg and I. Spanninga.
Guelph Royals claim shutout victory in OSL Provincial West
GUELPH – The Guelph Royals handed the Ebony Juniors a 3-0 setback in Ontario Soccer League Provincial West play Tuesday night at Centennial Bowl.
Andrew Chung, Andrew Leite and Maximillian Raab had a goal apiece while Daniel Keir kept the clean sheet.
Guelph leads the league at 11-4-2 while Ebony Juniors are fourth at 7-11-1.
The Royals are to host Caledon United FC Thursday at 9 p.m. at Centennial Bowl.
Guelph Royals blanked by unbeaten OSL Regional West league leaders
GUELPH – The Guelph Royals suffered a 2-0 loss to Croatia Norval in Ontario Soccer League Regional West play Tuesday night at Eastview Park.
Bryan Lourenco and call-up Luka Pavelic scored the goals for Croatia Norval while call-up Nikolas Drlje was credited with the shutout.
Guelph is sixth in the league at 5-7-3 while Croatia Norval leads at 15-0-1.
The Royals are to play Burlington City at Burlington’s Sherwood Forest Park Thursday at 9 p.m.
St. James Lions and Ross Royals tie one on in D10 league
GUELPH – The St. James Lions and Ross Royals entered their District 10 high school baseball league tied in the standings and they were still tied after the game.
The Lions and Royals battled to a 1-1 standoff at Pearson Park.
The result leaves them tied atop the league at 2-1-1. However, they’ve played one more game than the other four teams in the league who are to get caught up today (Sept. 28).
Bishop Macdonell Celtics and Centennial Spartans are tied at 2-1-0 while the Lourdes Crusaders are at 1-2-0 and the Guelph CVI Green Gaels are at 0-3-0.
- Guelph Sports Journal