Sports

River trail getting view lookout

A gazebo that will overlook the St. Clair River has been approved for Sarnia’s southern boundary, pending consultation with the Aamjiwnaang First Nation. The lookout and interpretive centre will be the final piece in a Bluewater Trails project linking Sarnia’s recreational trails with the St. Clair River Trail, which runs beside river south to Port… Read more »

New coach lifts hopes of Sarnia Saints

The Sarnia Saints Rugby Club is hoping a successful new coach will help its program take the next step. Steve Thomas, who lives just south of Grand Bend, has taken over as Club Coach with the Saints. He will oversee the junior boys and girls and women’s program, but will spend the majority of his… Read more »

Teen weightlifter strives for gold

In the basement of a local fitness facility, Boady Santavy trains under the watchful eye of his father and grandfather. Boady’s father, Dalas, and grandfather, Bob, both competed for Canada in weightlifting at the international level and the youngest of the three generations has every intention of following in their footsteps. Bob Santavy wore Canadian… Read more »

Globetrotting Sarnian has eye on Olympics

Julia Greenshields racks up lots of air miles playing rugby. Her passport has taken her all across the U.S. as well as England, Barbados, The Netherlands, Dubai, Poland and Cayman Islands, among others. “We don’t get a whole lot of time to look around, but it’s a pretty good perk having tournaments all around the… Read more »

Goalie unfazed by broken neck

By Dan McCaffery Special to The Journal When Sean Parker went down with a catastrophic hockey injury last October, his first instinct was to jump back up. But the veteran Sarnia Legionnaires goalie wasn’t going anywhere – except into the back of an ambulance. His neck was broken, his skull was fractured and his career,… Read more »