Rideau (from Elgin) out of LGSSAA is the EOSSAA champion and has received a #9 seed. They open with the #3 seed: O'Gorman from Timmins. Tough matchup as O'Gorman is a polished squad who has traveled to a number of tournaments this season. Don't count out Rideau, though, as their coaching staff has multiple OFSAA Gold medals to their credit. (Coach Rob Stephenson's teams took the top prize in 90,91, and 92 as well as 2002!) Good luck to the Lions.
EOSSAA's second rep is North Dundas, who finished second to Rideau in Eastern Ontario. Dundas got the #11 seed which is a really tough spot. The "A" tournament has 16 teams so the 11 gets stuck with the #1 seed (St Pat's out of SWOSSAA) and if they lose they would probably see the #6 seed King's Christian out of the Golden Horseshoe. Good luck to Coach Corbett-White and her team.