Local High School Teams Busy At OFSAA

Austin Geddes Basketball

Grade 10 athlete Austin Geddes of the ESPC (Pain Court) Patriotes goes up for a layup in the opening game at the OFSAA ‘A’ basketball championships – Photo by Wyatt Williams/ CKSN.ca

Three local Chatham-Kent high school team’s were busy at OFSAA competitions Monday, playing out the provincial championships for the winter season.

At home, the Ecole Secondaire De Pain Court was hosting the Senior Boys ‘A’ basketball OFSAA championships.

The host ESPC Patriotes opened the tournament with a 69-26 loss to Ridley College at St. Clair College. Austin Geddes was the leading scorer for Pain Court in the game, knocking down 13-points. Ridley College was led by Shamar Burrows who had 19-points.

In Ottawa, the UCC Lancers girls hockey team went 2-0 on their opening day of OFSAA. UCC defeated College Notre Dame 5-2, and followed that up with a 2-0 win over Mayfield. UCC was a perfect 11-0 in league play entering the tournament, with a 16-2 record overall.

Finally, the Chatham-Kent Secondary School Golden Hawks are in Brighton, Ontario this week participating in the OFSAA Curling Boys Championships. The team of Tye Juniper, Aiden Poole, Noah Link, and Devon Weese went undefeated at LKSSAA and SWOSSAA to earn their berth in the tournament.

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