South Island high school sports update: Boys rugby, girls soccer

Lower Island High School boys rugby results

April 26

Glenlyon Norfolk 43 Esquimalt 10

Reynolds 20 Spectrum 0

April 28

Stelly’s 26 Spectrum 26

Reynolds 19 Belmont 7

Claremont 63 Vic High 7

April 30

SMUS 7 Oak Bay 38

May 3

Claremont 33 Belmont 22


Lower Island High School girls soccer standings as of May 2, 2011


Glenlyon 5 1 0 26 4 15

Parkland 5 1 0 21 5 15

Lambrick 4 2 0 14 10 12

SMUS 4 2 0 13 8 12

St. Andrews 1 4 1 8 22 4

Vic High 1 4 1 16 4

Esquimalt 0 6 0 5 26 0

SMUS, Lambrick and Parkland qualify for AA Islands  (location on north Island, to be determined)


Claremont 5 0 1 24 1 16

Oak Bay    4 0 2 16 5 14

Spectrum 2 2 2 4 11 10

Reynolds 2 3 1 7 11 7

Stelly’s 2 3 1 4 7 7

Belmont 1 4 0 5 15 3

Mt. Douglas 1 4 0 3 12 3

Claremont, Oak Bay, Spectrum and Stelly’s qualify for the AAA Islands at Layritz and Hampton parks, May 16 and 17.

Ryan Cup city championship playoffs

Challenge game Tuesday, May 3

Lambrick 3 Stelly’s 1

Lambrick scorers: Talia Ruffolo, Jessica Brown and Emma Entzminger

Stelly’s scorer: Katie St. John

Ryan Cup quarterfinals Thursday, May 5

Spectrum at GNS

Oak Bay and Lambrick

Ryan Cup semifinals Tuesday, May 10

Game 3: Winner quarterfinal 2 vs. Claremont (AAA winner), 3:30 p.m.

Game 4: Winner quarterfinal 1 vs. Parkland (AA winner), 3:30 p.m.

Ryan Cup final: Thursday, May 12 at UVic turf Field No. 3, 3:30 p.m.


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