News from around St. Marys.

SMMHA hosts seven Shamrock all-star games

St. Marys Minor Hockey Association hosted the 2018-19 Shamrock League all-star games this past Sunday at the PRC. There was a total of seven games played. Below are the players who were selected SHL all-stars and represented their respective SMMHA teams. Two coaching staffs from the SMMHA also participated in Sunday’s games. The All-Ontario champion…

Two Artists, Two Views, One Moment

Paintings by Annette Goodale and Chantelle Marshall at Station Gallery St. Marys, ON – The St. Marys Station Gallery presents the second in the series of Woman’s Doubles, paintings by Annette Goodale and Chantelle Marshall. The exhibit is titled TWO VIEWS and highlights the mastery of their art form. The work shows a high degree…

Champions Night at DCVI

Minor basketball official Gregg Blackler, left, presents Matthew Gwyn with a volunteer award at the recent ‘Champions Night’ at DCVI. This is the 14th year that minor basketball finished up its season with a final night of games.  (Payton photo)

Firefighters defeat Lindsay, capture OMHA title

Peewee Rock team goes 15-4 in provincial playoff march By Pat Payton LINDSAY – Last season, St. Marys Firefighter Peewees reached the OMHA ‘BB’ final and lost to Napanee Stars. This year, the goal was to hoist the provincial championship trophy and Dwain Smith’s Rock team did just that here Sunday afternoon. A 4-2 victory…

Legion Minor Midgets lose first two games to Blades

Game 3 of best-of-five final Wednesday night at the PRC By Pat Payton LINCOLN – The Legion Minor Midgets are finding it difficult to score goals against the Lincoln Blades. Here Sunday afternoon, the Rock dropped a 3-0 decision and now trail the best-of-five OMHA ‘BB’ final two games to none. Game 3 is Wednesday…

St. Marys girls help Mitchell U-19A team strike gold

(With files from the Mitchell Advocate newspaper) NORTH BAY – The Mitchell Excalibur Insurance U-19A ringette team went undefeated to win the McCarthy Division (lower tier of seven teams) of the provincial championships here on the March 14-17 weekend. League rival Forest won the Jacks Division (top tier, also with seven teams) with an overtime…