By Ned Bekavac
It looks like District 10 high school sports seasons are done for several teams at Guelph CVI.
In December, teams from the local high school pulled out of the league due to the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation labour dispute. Games for the school’s senior and junior boys basketball teams, its senior and junior girls volleyball teams, and its boys hockey team were previously marked “postponed” on the District 10 league web site.
Now, Guelph CVI has been removed from the basketball and volleyball standings and schedules, and completed games played against them by other schools are no longer part of the standings.
As of Wednesday morning, the league site still listed games for Guelph CVI’s boys hockey team as postponed.
The school’s girls hockey team is still playing, and they beat St. James 5-0 on Monday to improve to 5-2-2.
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The Guelph Gryphons men’s hockey team hosts its Frosty Mug game on Friday night at the Sleeman Centre, home of the Guelph Storm.
The Gryphons, who are coached by former Storm coach Shawn Camp, host Waterloo in the game. Both teams include several of former Ontario Hockey League players.
The puck drops at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Guelph is 12-6-2 this season while Waterloo is 9-7-4.
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Guelph native Dan McCarthy has been named the male athlete of the week at the University of Guelph.
The Centennial CVI graduate scored 27 points in Guelph’s 94-88 win over Wilfrid Laurier Saturday.
Taking the female honour was Gryphon women’s hockey player Kim Wong, a Mississauga native.