Sports

Have your picture taken with the Stanley Cup

The Stanley Cup is coming to Sarnia this week. Hockey’s greatest prize will be on display at Limbo Lounge on Friday, July 26 thanks to a pair of Sarnia natives, St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong and amateur scout Dan Ginnell. Clinton, Ont. native Ryan O’Reilly is also bringing the Conn Smythe Trophy he won… Read more »

Super Fan

Sarnia Braves super fan Margaret “Nanna” Days added another winning score sheet to her collection last week after her grandson, pitcher Mike Damchuk, recorded a win over the Ilderton Red Army at Errol Russell Park. Days has been following her grandson since he played in SMAA baseball and has kept every score sheet since, both… Read more »

Lawn bowling champs

Amanda McKay and Jeff Galloway teamed up to win the Scotiabank pairs tournament at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club on July 11. Submitted Photo

Two city runners post strong provincial results

Two Sarnia runners had strong results at the third Athletics Ontario outdoor track and field championship July 12-14 in Toronto. Andrew Davies won gold in the U20/Junior Men’s 5000 metres event at the York University track facility. Davies’ time of 14:31.30 was a personal best and moved him to 2nd in the Athletics Canada/National rankings… Read more »

Women’s Invitational

Ilene VandenBroek, left, and Janet Morris won the DJ Robb trophy as the overall low net champions at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club Women’s Invitational, carding a score of 60. The event drew 88 golfers from across Southwestern Ontario. Submitted Photo

New Sarnian wins a national taekwondo title in U.S.

Troy Shantz A Sarnia martial artist has struck gold south of the border. Gary Cagumbay finished first in the 58-68 kilogram category at the Amateur Athletic Union taekwondo national championships that ended July 6 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The 21-year-old defeated Texan James Douglas 22-13 to win the blue-green belt title. Cagumbay was one of… Read more »

Sarnia Imperials win another one

The Sarnia Imperials defeated the Tri-City Outlaws 41-0 on the weekend, improving the team’s record to 5-2 on the season and stretching its win streak to three. Sarnia sits second in western division of the Northern Football Conference and fifth overall in the league with eight points. The Imperials defeated Sault Steelers 34-17 on July… Read more »

Sarnia Brave delivers pair of big homers

It’s been a grand slam of a month for Sarnia Braves first baseman Vince Caschera. The Goshen College prospect cleared the bases twice in July with grand slam home runs against the Strathroy Royals on July 3 and Etobicoke Rangers July 6 at the Lakeside AAA Invitational Tournament. Caschera boasts a .438 batting average and… Read more »

Sarnia Saints undefeated streak ends

The Sarnia Saints have surrendered their first loss of the season. The Saints Men’s A1 squad fell 35-24 to the Guelph Redcoats on July 6, yet remained in first place with 31 points and a 6-1 record. The Saints B1 team also fell to Guelph that day, losing 33-15. The Saints women continue their struggles…. Read more »

City and club renew lease for lawn bowling facility

Sarnia has approved a new five-year lease for the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club to use the city-owned facility and bowling greens at Germain Park. The 113-year-old club has leased the property at 550 Bright St. since 1961. It includes 12 bowling greens, outdoor field lights, washrooms, clubhouse and picnic area. The club in turn runs… Read more »