David Bebee, Record staff
Eastwood's Mohamed Ali left battles Kyle Axtmann of Guelph's John F. Ross during their CWOSSA soccer game Wednesday at Woodside Park.
A few random thoughts for a dreary Thursday morning.
Another high school season will conclude next week with various all-Ontario championships around the province, starting Monday in Toronto at the OFSAA tennis championship.
Here are the Waterloo Region athletes that are scheduled to compete.
HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION
Tom Paraschuk, WCI (boys singles)
Rita Singh and Christina Wang, WCI (girls doubles)
Sasha Malesevic and Ivana Milisic, CHCI (girls doubles)
Sierra Olsthoorn, WCI (girls singles)
Elizabeth Dorfman and James Dorfman, WCI (mixed doubles)
Claire Lemieux and Jacob Csanits, PHS (mixed doubles)
Basil Leahy and Mihajlo Milisic, CHCI (boys doubles)
Aaron Banbury, SJAM (boys singles)
Gabriella Hudec, SDCSS (girls singles)
Mia Tamindzija and Ryan MacLean, RCSS (mixed doubles)
Aliyah Alli and Field Westbroek, CHCI (mixed doubles)
The WCI Vikings will attempt to continue their impressive season later Thursday afternoon when they take on Brantford's St. John's College Green Eagles in the CWOSSA triple-A boys rugby final.
The WCSSAA champions Vikings advanced to the final with a hard-fought 11-5 win over the Brantford Collegiate Mustangs in a game that featured a couple of punches being thrown at the end.
Here's a link to the CTV footage but be warned, you have to sit through an American Express commercial and more than a minute of play before you get to the brief skirmish at the end of the game.
Speaking of CWOSSA, finding results continues to be a challenge for those of us that want to follow the action.
There is still nothing posted on the triple-A rugby championship and no final scores were reported on Twitter.
All I can do is keep trying.
The website for the OFSAA West regional track and field championship is up and running and live results will be posted starting Friday afternoon at Jacob Hespeler Secondary School.
Good luck to all the local athletes that will be attempting to earn a spot at next week's OFSAA championship in Windsor.