David Bebee, Record staff
Waterloo-Oxford Crusaders’ Caitlyn Armstrong slips past a Bluevale tackler on her way to a score Wednesday in WCSSAA girls rugby league play.
The waiting game is on to see the playoff qualifying matchups for the WCSSAA boys and girls soccer leagues.
WCSSAA was forced to call off the remainder of the regular season Thursday due to the poor weather scheduled for Thursday. Games that were missed this past Tuesday because of poor field conditions will not be rescheduled.
So now we wait for the playoff qualifying round matchups that are scheduled for Tuesday.
We say scheduled because the forecast is not encouraging -- a steady stream of rain until Saturday followed by two chilly, cloudy days that will do very little to help dry waterlogged fields.
Wednesday's WCSSAA girls rugby game between Waterloo-Oxford and Bluevale, a 39-5 victory for the Crusaders, would lead one to believe we'll be seeing another Waterloo-Oxford vs. KCI Raiders final.
The wildcard will be the Grand River Renegades, who have a perfect record in the league's second tier but have yet to face a top-notch opponent.
The St. David Celtics locked up first place in the District 8 girls soccer league standings Wednesday with a 5-2 win over the St. Mary's Eagles.
Resurrection can lock up second with a win over Monsignor Doyle in its final outing.
Today's WCSSAA boys rugby games have been moved to artificial surfaces at University Stadium and Jacob Hespeler. Maxi Meet 2, a track and field meet, has been cancelled.