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Lincs working on capitalizing on scoring chances

Centre Jacob Bloomfield named Lincolns’ player-of-the-month for October By Pat Payton St. Marys Lincolns passed the one-third mark of their GOJHL regular schedule this past weekend. After 19 games, Lincs own a 13-4-1-1 record — good for 28 points. Currently on a four-game winning streak, the team sits just three points out of first place…

Bender turns in best showing for DCVI Salukis

At OFSAA cross-country running championships in Sudbury Saturday By Pat Payton SUDBURY – Competitors certainly had to battle the elements here Saturday at the 2019 OFSAA cross-country running championships at Kivi Park. In addition to snow on the ground, runners had to deal with chilly temperatures and a muddy, slippery course. “It was very, very…

Sr. boys volleyball team finishes in third place

Jr. boys also split Huron-Perth pair last Tuesday at DCVI By Pat Payton St. Marys DCVI Senior boys moved into sole possession of third place by splitting a pair of Huron-Perth Conference matches last Tuesday, Oct. 29 at DCVI. Steve Chateauvert’s ‘A’ squad finished regular-season play with a 6-2 won-loss record. In their opening match…

Dunny’s A-E Atoms a learning, hard-working team

By Pat Payton Following an exciting 3-2 Shamrock League win over the Lambeth Lancers last week, head coach Jamie Matheson was asked about this year’s edition of the Dunny’s Source for Sports Additional-Entry Atoms. Three third-period goals gave the Rock the come-from-behind victory over the Lancers.  Coach Matheson says several of his players are making…

Two individuals, Senior girls qualify for OFSAA

Ontario cross-country championships this weekend in Sudbury LONDON – The DCVI running team competed at Fanshawe Conservation Area last Thursday (Oct. 24) at the WOSSAA cross-country championships.   St. Marys Novice boy Ezra Bender had an amazing individual run, finishing fourth in his field. His time was 14 minutes, 59 seconds. This enables him to…

Firefighter Peewees finalists in Dan Bell Memorial

Drop 1-0 decision in a shootout to South Muskoka in Sunday’s final By Pat Payton BRACEBRIDGE – The Firefighter ‘BB’ Peewees were one shot from winning the annual Dan Bell Memorial hockey tournament here this past weekend. However, Dwain Smith’s squad had to settle for tourney finalists after dropping a 1-0 decision in a shootout…

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…