Handsworth Royals player Lena Klockgether has a shot blocked by Glenlyon Norfolk Gryphons player Julianna Bourjeaud during Friday’s pool play in the Bridgman Cup high school field hockey tournament at UVic. V

Bridgman Cup field hockey results

Cowichan High rise above, winning Bridgman Cup high school girls field hockey tournament

Cowichan High defeated South Delta to win the 2013 Bridgman Cup high school girls field hockey tournament at the University of Victoria on Oct. 13.

Cow High was a favourite heading into the tournament but only narrowly edged South Delta after the two teams played to a nil-nil draw in the final, and needed shootouts to decide it.

Of the four Greater Victoria schools participating only St. Michaels University School cracked the top-eight, faring well against powerhouse Cowichan in a respectable loss of 2-0. Oak Bay hung on against South Delta but couldn’t get the all-important goal in a 1-0 loss to eventual second-place finishers South Delta.

Final standings for 2013 Bridgman Cup

1. Cowichan High2. South Delta3. Handsworth 4. Crofton House5. Frances Kelsey6. Gleneagle 7. Heritage Woods8. Saint Michaels University School Blue Jaguars9. Little Flower Academy10. West Vancouver11. Oak Bay Breakers12. Glenlyon Norfolk Gryphons13. Argyle 14. Kelowna15. Mount Douglas Rams16. Carson Graham

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