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New members join Sarnia-Lambton Sports Hall of Fame

Journal Staff Ten individuals and a team make up the Sarnia-Lambton Sports Hall of Fame class of 2022. The winners are: AMATEUR ATHLETES: Kelly Lynn Killoran and...

O’Rae at pro baseball showcase camp

Journal Staff Sarnia’s Dylan O’Rae was one of 30 young athletes invited to Baseball Canada’s Junior National Team pre-MLB draft training camp, taking place in...

Ontario basketball champions

Journal Staff A skilled and determined U17 Valhalla girls team won the Division 1 Ontario Basketball Championship gold at the Ontario Cup in Kingston. From left...

Local players advance to provincial tennis championship

Journal Staff Three Northern Collegiate players are headed to the all-Ontario high school tennis championships. Jaxon Bore of Northern Collegiate advanced by winning the boys’ singles...

Workshop takes aim at ‘toxic masculinity’ in team sports

Tara Jeffrey Trish Vanoosterom is hoping local sports teams will come on board for a new workshop that promotes healthy masculinity and gender-based safety. Boys from...

Sports Hall of Fame banquet returns

Journal Staff The Sarnia-Lambton Sports Hall of Fame's annual induction dinner is returning this fall after a two-year absence. It was cancelled in 2020 and 2021...

Team Photo: Provincial Bronze

The Mooretown Lady Flags U-11 “C” team won bronze at the Ontario Women’s Hockey Association Provincial Championships held April 8-10 in the GTA. Pictured from...

Walleye fishing challenge back for a second year

Journal Staff The Blue Coast Walleye Challenge is returning to Sarnia-Lambton for a second year, running June 3 to 12 in the St. Clair River...

Team Photo: Tournament Champions

The Sarnia Sting U10 A/AA hockey team won the Alliance Championship tournament in Brantford recently. From left are, Back row: Coach Jason Goldhawk, Head Coach...

Girls try baseball, thrilled to do ‘normal’ things again

Tara Jeffrey When Kelly-Anne Lemieux started a new girls’ baseball program at High Park Public School, she wasn’t sure what to expect. “I was hoping for...