Soccer Hawks place second at EOSSAA, varsity rugby girls finish fourth at OFSAA

Adam Prudhomme

NDSS’ junior soccer team ended their remarkable season with a second place finish at EOSSAA, held at Regi.

Napanee rolled to an 8-0 win over Holy Trinity to open the tournament and then blanked The Fellowes 3-0 in their second game.

That advanced them to the finals were they fell 3-0 to the host Panthers.

Goal scorers were Willow Patrick- Brant, Chloe Boomhour, Vienna Balance-Hinch,  Angelina Geenevasen, Addyson Hudgins, Katie Reid and Olivia Green.

“Taking home second place is a huge accomplishment for our soccer program and testament to their hard work throughout the season,” said Hawks coach Amanda Latourell. “We’re particularly impressed with their class and sportsmanship both on and off the field. Many refs and coaches approached us this season to comment on this too. This group of athletes represented our school with respect and integrity and we’re very proud of them.”

-NDSS’ varsity girls rugby team placed fourth in the province at the OFSAA tournament, held in the Durham Region.

Their run came to a 17-5 loss to Centennial in the bronze medal game.

-NDSS’ bats were booming in the KASSAA quarter-finals as they were all over the Bayridge Blazers, winning 20-2.

The win advances them to the semifinals on June 11 against Sydenham at Woodbine Park.

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