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Regi bows from OFSAA field hockey

Posted: November 1st, 2013 @ 4:25pm

Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers are returning home from the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations field hockey championship without a victory.

Regi, the Kingston Area and eastern Ontario champion, ended the preliminary round Friday morning by being beaten 2-1 by Malvern of Toronto. From their three games at the 16-team tournament in Waterloo, the Panthers managed just a tie.

Sarah Botros scored the lone Regi goal of the tournament.

Regi's fate was sealed Friday morning when Ottawa Merivale defeated Goderich 3-1. It was the final preliminary game for the tournament's No. 4 and 5 seeds, and the result guaranteed they would be the two teams to advance from Pool D to the quarter-final round.

Both teams, however, were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs.
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