EESS Junior girls take first place in South
Indigo Donelan of host East Elgin Secondary School wrested the ball away from a Woodstock Collegiate Institute player during a game on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Control of the game see-sawed between the two teams, but in the end EESS came out on top 40-32 to take undisputed first place in Thames Valley South with a record of five wins and one loss. East Elgin has one more regular season home game, Thursday, Oct. 30, at 3:30 p.m. against Woodstock College Avenue Secondary School.
Photography by : Rob Perry