By Dan Plouffe
An Ontario Youth Soccer League division title eluded Ottawa South United in the final game of their season last year, but the club now has two teams poised to make Ottawa history as they currently lead their categories well into their campaigns.
The U17 OSU Force will likely have to make up some ground on Ajax in the end since the second-place squad has played fewer games, but OSU still looks strong with its 7-2-2 record.
With an 8-1-3 mark, the OSU U15 - A boys' squad is perched atop their division standings, while the second OSU - B squad entered in the league has also picked up a couple victories, as has Capital United.
At 4-1-3, the Capital United U16 girls are also in the hunt in their division, currently occupying the third position.