Brian McCandie of Trenton High School is comforted by his coach while waiting for medical treatment in a game Wednesday.
By Gail Paquette
The Bay of Quinte Tournament at Bayside Secondary School was cut short when Trenton Tiger Brian McCandie was injured during the second half of the senior championship game.McCandie went down two feet from the goal line. The officials called the game with about 15 minutes left. It was the last game of the day. The Centennial Chargers took the championship title with a score of 15-0.Centennial Secondary also claimed the junior tile earlier in the day over the Bayside Red Devils 12-10.
The Quinte Secondary School Saints took on the Moira Trojans in the junior consolation game at the Bay of Quinte Championship Tournament at Bayside Secondary School, May 23rd. Bailey Reddick of the Trojans gets taken down by Saint's player Max Watkins. Photo by Gail Paquette
With his team behind him, Bayside Secondary School Red Devil's Adam Jenkins was taken down during the junior championship game at the Bay of Quinte Tournament at Bayside Secondary School, May 23. The Red Devils lost on their home field, 12-10. The Centennial Chargers took the junior championship title. Photo by Gail Paquette
Quinte Saints Greg Massicotte pushes past Centennial Charger players to score a try during the senior consolation game at the Bay of Quinte Tournament at Bayside Secondary School, May 23. The Saints beat the Chargers 31-15. Photo By Gail Paquette