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Jalyne Lorentz Grand Champion at Samurai Classic

By Pat Payton MISSISSAUGA – It was quite a day for Stonetown Karate Centre members, especially Jalyne Lorentz, here Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Samurai Classic Ontario Open martial arts championships. The event was held at Mentor College. Competing in the Junior Black Belt division, Lorentz finished first in traditional weapons and traditional kata (forms).…

Lincs pick up OT win on home ice; fall in LaSalle

By Spencer Seymour At one point, Lincolns’ forward Jacob Bloomfield was lying motionless on the ice before being helped off the ice. Fast-forward to the final minute of the first overtime period and the very same Bloomfield was scoring the game-winning goal to give the Lincolns their first win on home-ice since September 20 and…

A lot of hard work has gone into this Lincs team

Management gets high marks for icing solid squad in 2019-20 By Pat Payton It’s time to give credit where credit is due! St. Marys Lincolns’ General Manager Greg Smale, head coach Trent McClement, and the rest of the coaching and scouting staff get high marks for the GOJHL team they’ve put on the ice this…

Perfect 5-0 record for DCVI Ultimate Frisbee team

St. Marys hosted WOSSAA last Friday; advance to OFSAA By Stewart Grant The St. Marys DCVI Ultimate Frisbee team is moving on to OFSAA! Hosting the WOSSAA event at the PRC soccer fields last Friday, the Salukis won all five of their matches, including the final game in dramatic fashion. Starting with pool play, St.…

DCVI Teacher Annette Wrigley receives Coaches Award

St. Marys DCVI Teacher Annette Wrigley was recently awarded the CAO (Coaches Association of Ontario) Coaching Excellence Award in recognition of her outstanding coaching and her unique contributions to sport through coaching. She was honoured at a breakfast ceremony on September 21 in Toronto. Since the ceremony (and related YouTube video was released), Annette reported…

New challenge for Firefighter Peewees’ coaching staff

Team has just four returnees from last year’s OMHA championship squad  By Pat Payton It’s another hockey season and a whole new challenge for Firefighter ‘BB’ Peewees’ coach Dwain Smith and his staff. Smith and company have just four players back from their 2018-19 OMHA championship team. The returning skaters are forwards Jayden Tipping and…

Hard-hitting Tribe wins fourth straight ‘A’ title

Flyers complete comeback in ‘B’ Division with three consecutive victories By Pat Payton It’s proven to be a deadly combination for the Tribe. They can hit for power from top to bottom in their batting order, and they also play solid defence. They’re two good reasons why this powerful team has lost only one game…