Sports

Kerry Fraser to moderate NHL alumni ‘hot stove’ event

Troy Shantz Pencil in Oct. 5 as Hockey Night in Corunna. That evening fans will have a chance to rub shoulders with some greats during an “NHL Alumni Players Hot Stove” at Wellings of Corunna. The event includes a dinner, panel discussion and meet-and-greets with Chicago Blackhawk great Patrick “Whitey” Stapleton, former Red Wings defenceman… Read more »

Northern dominates at first cross-country meet

Journal Staff Northern Collegiate hit the ground running at its first cross-country meet of the season. Ryan Davies set a blistering pace in the novice division at the Dorchester International last week, finishing first on the 3-km course. Tanner Winegard was 8th to help Northern to a first-place team finish. In senior girls’ Bryar Fournie… Read more »

Junior Girls Champ

Hannah Dempsey won the overall junior girls championship at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club’s annual Richard Casselman Memorial. With her is Associate Professional Jeff Yates. Submitted Photo

Two Saints named to Ontario U16 team

Journal Staff Two members of the Sarnia Saints Rugby Football Club have been named to Ontario’s U16 team and will tour with the squad in England this fall. Gavin Baillie and Matt Gouveia trained throughout the summer with an Ontario West team that competed in August at the Eastern Canadian Championships in Kingston, Ont. Ontario… Read more »

Club Championship

The Sarnia Golf & Curling Club held it annual Women’s Club Championship last month. Seen here, from left, are the flight winners Gerri Boudreau, Carol Chrapko, Carol Gilmurray and Lisa Bennett, Head Professional Jamie Parkinson, and overall club champion Deb Delaroche. Submitted Photo

Dominating Season

The Sarnia FC U14 boys premier soccer team went undefeated to win the District Cup Championship in London and then came home the next week to win the local Water’s Edge Classic, again going undefeated. The team has lost only three games all season in league and tournament play. From left are, front row: Dylan… Read more »

Golfer Mike Weir to meet fans at Sarnia Sting home opener

Journal Staff Fans will have a chance to meet Bright’s Grove native and 2003 Masters golf champion Mike Weir at the Sept. 20 Sarnia Sting home opener. Weir has a campaign to address youth mental health, with his foundation pledging up to $200,000 in matching funds to open a local Access Open Minds facility. The… Read more »

League champs

The SMAA Girls Fastball Tim Hortons Mite ‘Red’ team won both their league and tournament championships recently. Pictured are: Back Row: Trevor Bouck, Natasha Condon, Alyssa Freer and Dan Dasilva (coaches). Middle row: Harlow Davis, Addison Klatt, Madison Dasilva, Olivia Cotterill, Lily Beveridge, Aven Douglas, Kennady Stark Front Row: Elise Bouck, Haley Williams, Raven Cotterill,… Read more »

Sarnian shines at Minto Cup

Sarnia native and former Point Edward Pacer Dylan Lavoie made it to the Canadian Junior A Lacrosse Championships this year as a member of the Victoria Shamrocks. Despite losing the first two round-robin games, Lavoie and the Shamrocks advanced to the Minto Cup best-of-five championship series in Langley, B.C. where they lost to the Orangeville… Read more »

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 »