Sports

Kyle Jackson at world indoor lacrosse championships

Sarnia’s Kyle Jackson will play for the Iroquois Nationals when the world indoor lacrosse championships begins Sept. 19. The Iroquois men’s national lacrosse team, known as the Iroquois Nationals, is one of 20 teams taking the field in Langley, B.C. They will play in the same pool as Canada, the U.S., Israel and England. The… Read more »

Soirée planned to recognize city athlete Carolyne Prevost

Journal Staff Sarnia super athlete Carolyne Prevost will be recognized with a hometown tribute on Nov. 16. Hosted by Le centre culturel francophone Jolliet, the event features socializing, finger foods and a cash bar, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., with a ceremony at 7 p.m. Donations accepted at the door will be donated to Prevost… Read more »

Squirts champions

The SMAA Girls Fastball Point Edward Service Club Squirt team won their league championships recently. Pictured are: Back row – Jo-Ann Janess, Bill Sheely, Jeff Hope, Joe Ioannis and Brad Dasilva; Middle row- Abilene Clark, Jacelyn MacNeil, Cassidy Sheehy, Tyleigh Winger, Rilynn Dasilva Front Row- Liliana Galizia, Claire Kelly, Emma Kelly, River Ioannis, Shaylyn Blake,… Read more »

Sarnia native wins national title in motorcycle racing

Troy Shantz Sarnia’s Will Hornblower is a national champion after finishing first overall on this year’s Canadian Pro Sport Bike series. Not bad, considering he doesn’t possess a motorcycle street licence. “In Sarnia… driving around in my car is scary enough,” said the 24-year-old veteran rider. “The mindset of racing is hard to get out… Read more »

Throwchella

Sarnia knife thrower Brett Dewhirst tosses a blade during the Gold Cup event at the Valley Axe-hosted Throwchella tournament on Aug. 23. Dewhirst won silver, coming second in a double-knockout bout against Pembroke, Ont. thrower Ward “Hightower” Wright, who took gold. Troy Shantz

Braves bow out at national championship

The Sarnia Braves made an early exit from the Canadian senior baseball championship. An 11-10 loss to Manitoba in 10 innings on Aug. 24 cost the Braves a shot at the playoff round. The team, which was representing Ontario, was making its first appearance at a national championship in 25 years. It finished with a… Read more »

Olympic search presents twins with either oar situation

Troy Shantz Hannah and Fiona Elliott have taken a stroke toward representing Canada at the next Olympics Games in rowing. The 16-year-old Sarnia twins caught the eye of Canadian rowing coaches this spring at the RBC Training Ground athlete search. They were two of 100 athletes to qualify as Olympic hopefuls from a pack of… Read more »

Novice baseball champs

The SMAA Girls Fastball Mechanical Contractors Novice team won both their league and tournament championships recently. Pictured are: Back row – Morgan George, Emma Plain , Zoie Milner, Sarah Robinson, Mackenzie Isaac, Sadie Tiernay, Mary McEachern, Adam Crowe Front Row – Jerika Mitchell, Lilee Levack, Kate Schleihauf and Myah Fisher. Missing: Emily Crowe. Submitted Photo

Squirt baseball champs

The SMAA Girls Fastball Sarnia Police Association Squirt team won their league tournament recently. Pictured are: Back row: Coach Mike Anderson, Erika Vanreenen, Ava Gismondi, Zoey Knowles, Nicolette Van Praet, Evangeline Mathieu, Coach Mike Smith Front row: Olivia Frawley, Avery Anderson, Jocelyn Teixeira, Aaliyah Knowles and Lennon Smith. Missing: Arielle Meek. Submitted photo

Junior Boys Title

Colby Ramsdale, centre, won the overall junior boys championship at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club’s annual Richard Casselman Memorial recently. With him are event sponsor Tyler Casselman, left, and Jeff Yates, Associate Professional. Submitted Photo