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Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac

Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac

The Bishop Macdonell Celtics celebrate a goal scored by Christine Sullivan (No. 21) in a downpour on Tuesday at Bishop Mac. The goal was the game’s only tally, as the Celtics topped the Centennial Spartans 1-0 in the District 10 girls soccer semifinal game. Today (Thursday), the undefeated Celtics will face the John F. Ross Royals in the championship game. Ross upset previously undefeated St. James 3-1 n the other semifinal.

Soccer Celtics one win away from third straight title

The Bishop Macdonell Celtics will be shooting for their third straight District 10 girls soccer championship today.

The undefeated Celtics advanced to the championship game with a 1-0 win over the Centennial Spartans in a rainy semifinal game on Tuesday.

In the other semifinal, the John F. Ross Royals upset previously undefeated St. James by a 3-1 score to advance to today’s title game.

At Bishop Mac, Celtics rookie Christine Sullivan scored the game’s lone goal late in the first half. Her sister, Tianna, earned the shutout in the Celtics net.  Scoring details for the Ross-St. James game were not provided.

Playoffs included, this year’s Celtics are 8-0-1 and they’ve scored 40 goals while allowing just one. Post-season included, Ross is 6-2-1 and they’ve scored 24 goals and conceded 10.

The lone goal scored against Bishop Mac this season was by Ross on May 8 when the Celtics beat them 4-1.

Kick-off today is at 4 p.m. at the University of Guelph.

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