The St. Patrick's Boys Soccer team lost their bid to OFSSA after taking a 1 - 0 loss to Windsor's Holy Name on Wednesday afternoon at Norm Perry Park.
"It was a great season, we got better each game that's what we wanted to do." Head Coach Rich Prudom said "A little unfortunate today, but we got everything out of the kids. It was a slow start but after that we stayed right with them.
Holy Name's goal came just 3 minutes into the game by Bryce Phillips, after that both sides remained scoreless.
"I didn't think it was going to be that big when I got it" Phillips said "I just saw an opening on the left and shot it and hoped for the best and it went in"
St. Patrick's goalie Mitch Humby making a penalty kick save.
The game was intense throughout. Pressure was put on both netminders who made several tremendous saves. It even became more tense for St. Patrick's after St. Pat's received two red cards simultaneously late in the game after that two players argued with the referee that left them short for the remainder of the game.
Jeffrey Wielczopolski of Holy Name making the save.
It's the same for both sides. They [the referees] don't have to be here, and they're doing their best just like we're doing our best, Prudom said. I have no problem with any of the officiating nor with the way either team played.
Holy Name will move on to compete at OFSSA 4A which is being hosted in Windsor this year.
"It's going to be great to be at home." Phillips said "We went to OFSSA last year and had little support this year hopefully this year we'll have the advantage."