News from around St. Marys.

U-16 Snipers hang on to down Ice Crushers 8-6

Team hosting first-place Mitchell this Thursday at the PRC The St. Marys U-16 Snipers hosted the Goderich Ice Crushers at the PRC in WRRL action last Thursday. The Ice Crushers (0-5) entered the game looking for their first win of the ringette season, while the Snipers were looking to improve on their 2-0 start. The…

Giving Tuesday Reaches New Heights

For the third straight year, St. Marys is helping lead our country with Giving Tuesday – the global movement that encourages giving back to local communities.  Spearheaded by an eight member committee of St. Marys business owners, teachers and volunteers, Town engagement has again been significantly elevated for the upcoming December 3rd day of outreach. …

Peewees, Bantams win Reg. Silver Stick titles

St. Marys A-E teams earn trip to International event in Pelham in January By Pat Payton COLLINGWOOD – Two St. Marys minor hockey Additional-Entry teams can look forward to the excitement of competing at the 2020 International Silver Stick tournament in Pelham the second weekend in January. The Home Building Centre A-E Peewees and the…

Butchart requests trade, returns to Mt. Forest

Veteran centre cites lack of ice time as one of the reasons for wanting to be moved By Pat Payton In a shocking turn of events, team captain Blair Butchart left the St. Marys Lincolns early last week — requesting a trade to a Jr. ‘C’ team. The swift-skating centreman has returned to his former…

Senior boys win volleyball bronze at WOSSAA ‘A’

By Pat Payton LONDON – Serving proved to be a major factor for the DCVI Senior boys volleyball team at the WOSSAA ‘A’ championships here last Tuesday (Nov. 12) at London Christian. Coach Stephen Chateauvert reported that Salukis didn’t serve the ball well in their semi-final match in the morning against the host London Christian…