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Regi reaches playoff round at OFSAA boys volleyball

Posted: November 21st, 2014 @ 7:04pm

Regiopolis Notre Dame Panthers began play Friday night in the playoff round of the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations boys AAA volleyball tournament.

The Panthers, the third-seeded team at the 20-team championship, were undefeated in four preliminary round matches. They will play Ottawa Lisgar, 3-1 in round-robin play and the tournament's No. 6 seed, in the upper gym at the Queen's University Athletics and Recreation Centre.

Regi won its final preliminary match Friday morning, 2-0 (25-18, 25-18) over Sir John A. Macdonald of Agincourt. It was Macdonald's only loss in pool play.

The Holy Cross Crusaders, the tournament's host team, reached the consolation quarter-finals despite narrow defeats in their final two round-robin matches Friday, 2-0 both to Maple (22-25, 26-28) and St. Paul of Mississauga (22-25, 24-26). Holy Cross ended the preliminary round 1-3.

The Loyalist Lancers, the third Kingston Area team in the tournament, finished its schedule 0-4. In a closely contested match with Aurora St. Andrew's, the Lancers bowed 2-1 (25-21, 26-28, 15-5); in its other Friday match, Loyalist was defeated 2-0 (16-25, 23-25) by Lisgar.

The handicappers did their job well, as the eight quarter-finalists included the tournament's seven top-seeded teams: No. 1 Chatham Kent, the two-time defending champion; No. 2 London Oakridge, Regi, No. 4 Maple, No. 5 Jacob Hespeler of Cambridge, Lisgar and No. 7 St. Thomas of Villanova of LaSalle. Macdonald, which began play as the ninth-seeded team, was the only interloper.
North Addington Vikings dropped their final two matches at the boys single-A volleyball tournament in Welland, both 2-0-25-13, 25-20 to Durham Christian of Bowmanville and 25-21, 25-18 to Noveau Regard Pavillon Jeunesse Nord of Cochrane. In four matches at the 20-team championship, the Vikings were unable to win a set.
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