High School Sports blog: District 8 field hockey playoffs start Wednesday, WCSSAA pushes back final

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October 08, 2019

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No arguments from me.

It's absolutely ridiciulous that a three team (D8) has the same number of CWOSSA entries as a 16-team league.Or even that the Guelph league has two as well. Maximizing the strength of the CWOSSA tournament should be of prime importance since the OFSAA champ often comes from there. WCSSAA field hockey is likely the strongest league in the province, they should be pulling more in. CWOSSA field hockey needs to examine this. 6 teams is a bad number anyway, add two more WCSSAA teams and have 8. What a poor decision.

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  • Mark Bryson is a sports reporter at the Waterloo Region Record. He dreamed of playing for the Liverpool Football Club while playing high school soccer at St. Jerome's and Forest Heights. And then reality set in. Use this space to catch up and comment on the high school sports scene. Follow on Twitter - @BrysonRecord

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