Sports

Human foosball anyone?

The first annual Human Foosball Tournament will be held at the Corunna Legion Hall on Sept. 28. The legion’s lawn will be converted into a giant foosball table, with teams of nine battling it out for the championship. The event, organized by Pembina Pipeline, is a fundraiser for the United Way. Cost is $20 per… Read more »

New soccer champs crowned

New champs crowned ANJ Industrial was crowned the 2014 Sarnia Men’s Industrial Soccer League champions on Aug. 27 when they knocked off defending champion Paton Controls in a dramatic 2-1 come from behind victory. From left are, bottom row, Nick Sproverio, Mike Furtado, Rob Giampietri, Kellan Lyndsay, Andrew Avellino, Reck DaSilva, Joey Solinas, Aldo Rocca… Read more »

Lawn bowling tourney winners

Sandy and Nick Symes of Sarnia display the championship plaque after winning the Mott Memorial Members and Merchants Tournament at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club on Labor Day. They finished first among 26 Open Pairs teams competing in the final tournament of the club’s season. Submitted Photo

Coach has 40 years in SMAA

Barry Wright When the leaves begin to turn and the air starts to cool, you’ll know where to find Jamie Dekelver. He’ll be roaming the sidelines coaching SMAA minor football. “I started (coaching) when I was in high school in 1977,” he said.  “I was coaching with my father for a couple of years and… Read more »

Sarnia Braves mosquito team has great year

The Sarnia Braves Minor Mosquito Baseball team won both the London District Baseball Association regular season and the playoff championships in Ingersoll on Aug. 23-24. From left are, top row, coaches Aaron Buntrock, Dino Ferrera, Tom Duncan, Todd Pepper and Barry Johnson; second row, Mitchell Hart, Kaleb Nelson, Brett Hecimovich, Ben George; third row Logan Buntrock,… Read more »

This year’s Legionnaires strong on paper

Dan McCaffery Special to The Journal Head coach Dan Rose is vowing the Sarnia Legionnaires will ice a competitive Jr. ‘B’ hockey club this winter. Commenting after the team’s training camp wrapped up Sunday, the bench boss said, “It was a great weekend, we had a lot of good talent to look at. If we… Read more »

Young driver making mark at track

Barry Wright Some people relieve stress by hitting a bucket of balls at the driving range; others prefer a spirited game of one-on-one basketball. Sarnia’s Jaden Chapman has a unique stress-buster. He likes to barrel around a one-half mile oval track in a ’76 Camaro at an average speed of 130 kilometer per hour. At… Read more »

Who are these guys?

This photo from Journal reader Michele Ouimet is something of a mystery. It was taken at Norm Perry Park of a football team sponsored by Sarnia Breweries. Ouimet’s father, Rene Ouimet, and her uncle Dick, are in the front row, second and third from right.But the rest of the team and the date are unknown…. Read more »

All in the family: Weightlifters win three medals in Collingwood

Barry Wright Sarnia’s Boady Santavy continues a relentless march to his dream of competing for Canada in weightlifting at the Pan-Am Games in Toronto next summer. Santavy won the 85-kilo class in record fashion at the recent Blue Mountain Open Weightlifting event in Collingwood with a snatch lift of 135 kilo and a clean and… Read more »