St. Joseph’s keeps the Bishop Cup

In this scene from the 2013 Bishop Cup, a Holy Trinity player releases a shot on the goalie for the St. Joseph's Panthers. St. Joseph's is the odds-on favourite for winning the cup after taking home the Bishop Cup the last several years. (Photo/CDSBEO)

CORNWALL – The Bishop Cup will be staying on Cumberland Street.

The St. Joseph’s Panthers easily defeated their cross-town rivals – the Holy Trinity Falcons – 9-1 Monday night.

The Panthers can now boast they have won the cup four times in a row – last year was an 8-1 win.

The ninth annual high school hockey contest at the civic complex was also a fundraiser for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank.

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