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Update: PECI Panthers All-Ontario Championship weekend

UPDATE: (Thanks Dawn Peever) PECI boys played St. Christophers in the quarter-final and came out with a loss of
3-0. We are all very proud of our boys and they should be proud of themselves for getting this far. With playing 5 games total and winning 3 and those games being shut outs. Excellent job boys, you made your school and county proud.

UPDATE: PECI Senior boys soccer team won both games today  with a score of 1-0 for both games. Brandon Peever got the first shut with Alex Creasy getting the goal. In the second game Alex also got the goal with Jared Found earning the shut out. Play in the quarter-finals at 5:15. The boys were tied for first in their division but were placed in 2nd when head to head play was put in to effect.

UPDATE: PECI Senior boys soccer team won their first game yesterday 1-0. Unfortunately lost their second game 2-1. Damion Wadforth scored the goal in the first game with Brandon Peever getting the shut out. Isaac Bass scored the goal in the 2nd game. The boys play today (Friday) at 9:30 and 12:30.

PECI Senior Boys Soccer squad spiffed up for the All Ontario OFFSA weekend banquet dinner. Dawn Peever photo

PECI Panthers Senior Boys Soccer squad poses for a photo before boarding the bus for the All Ontario OFFSA Championships in Windsor this weekend. Dawn Peever photo

PECI Senior Boys soccer players kicked off a four-day adventure in Windsor this morning as they boarded the bus heading to the Ontario Federation Secondary School Association (OFSSA) in Windsor.
“We are very excited,” said coach Dave Mather. “Although there was a long break in between (they won COSSA last fall), it will be a challenge for both players and coaches.
The Panthers became COSSA champions for the first time in the life of the current trophy.
the junior and senior boys soccer teams captured silver and gold at the COSSA level competition in Port Hope under the watchful eye of coach Dave Mather.
“Not in recent memory have we had two PECI teams in the boys’ soccer finals at COSSA,” says team manager Suzanne White. “It was a day to go down in history.”
The team will arrive in Windsor this afternoon for registration. Games are scheduled for Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Generous support from the community helped the Panthers embark on this journey. The players held car washes, barbecues and bake sales to help raise funds to offset costs.
The last bake sale was Sunday.
“It was a very successful fundraising weekend,” reports Laura Bass. “The goodies at the bake table were very well received and our bake sale total was a whopping $257.25.  The raffle for the baskets was also very successful bringing a grand total of $384.45 so our fundraising efforts brought in a grand total of $641.70. Our thanks to everyone who contributed with items and help at these events.”

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