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Five-goal third period powers Lincs past Maroons

In playoff-type atmosphere, Lincolns end London’s 14-game winning streak Friday By Pat Payton CHATHAM – The St. Marys Lincolns hit a couple of interesting milestones in their 2019-20 GOJHL season here Sunday night. Firstly, the Lincs reached the 20-win plateau with a 6-1 victory over the hometown Maroons. Secondly, it was the team’s 11th road…

Veteran makes immediate impact with Lincolns

Lincs’ coaching staff, trainers participating in GOJHL games Dec. 28 in Waterloo By Pat Payton At the St. Marys Lincolns’ recent December general membership meeting, GM Greg Smale reported that his phone has been “ringing off the wall.” As the Jan. 10 trade deadline approaches, GOJHL teams are trying to upgrade their rosters if they…

2020 curling calendar

The following are upcoming bonspiels at the St. Marys Curling Club. Quadro Communications Jack Frost mixed bonspiel – Saturday, Jan. 4 Remax mixed doubles bonspiel – Saturday, Jan. 18 Tier 55 bonspiel – Friday, Jan. 24 Independent Grocers Ladies bonspiel – Saturday, Feb. 1 Hope for Haiti charity bonspiel – Saturday, Feb. 15 Stick bonspiel…

Winning streak ends for U-16 Snipers

MITCHELL – St. Marys U-16 Snipers had their undefeated streak come to an end here on Tuesday night at the hands of the first-place Mitchell Stingers, falling 4-3. Snipers got on the board first without even recording a shot on net as Katy Kittmer shot the ring down the length of the ice while killing…

U-16 Snipers perform very well in U-19 division

By Pat Payton The U-16 Snipers didn’t take home a medal, but the St. Marys team earned high marks for effort, skill and heart at this year’s Snipers ringette tournament. Jim Burlingham’s team competed in the U-19 division and didn’t look out of place. The Snipers finished with a very respectable 2-1 record, and missed…

Lincolns win pair, improve road record to 10-3-1-2

Lincs move to within five points of second-place Leamington Flyers By Pat Payton ST. THOMAS – The St. Marys Lincolns continue to nip at the heels of the second-place Leamington Flyers. A 6-5 overtime win over the home-town Stars here Sunday night moved the Lincs to within five points of the Flyers in the Western…

Lincs acquire forward Griffin Sinden from Nationals

Kaleb Pearson ‘Attacker of the Week’ in Owen Sound  By Pat Payton (photo courtesy of Chatham Daily News) The St. Marys Lincolns acquired a forward from the London Nationals in a straight cash deal Dec. 1. The team’s newest player is Griffin Sinden, an 18-year-old forward from Tillsonburg. The 6 ft. 2 inch, 200 lb.…