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Lincolns acquire defenceman Mulder from Listowel

Quinton Pepper named Lincs’ Player-of-the-Month for October By Pat Payton Maxim Mulder played his first two games for St. Marys Lincolns this past weekend. Early last week, Lincs acquired the 17-year-old defenceman from Listowel Cyclones of the GOJHL’s Midwestern Conference. In exchange, Cyclones received the rights to 18-year-old goaltender Evan Morrison. Lincolns also traded forward…

Barber, U-14 Snipers defeat Mitchell Stingers 5-1

On Saturday at the PRC, the St. Marys U-14 Snipers hosted the Stingers from Mitchell in WRRL action. Mitchell came into the game undefeated and in sole possession of second place. Jim Burlingham’s Snipers entered the game tied for fourth, but it was the Snipers who took the sting out of the Stingers, posting a…

U-14 Snipers split weekend pair in WRRL action

Team relentless in 6-0 win Sunday in Dorchester St. Marys U-14 Snipers split a pair of games this past weekend in their second week of WRRL play.  On Saturday, the Snipers travelled to Goderich to take on the Ice Crushers at the Maitland Recreation Centre. After 20 seconds, it looked like Goderich came to crush…

Aarts wins again, tops WOSSAA field at Aylmer

By Pat Payton AYLMER – Three members of the St. Marys DCVI cross-country running team have qualified for the 2018 OFSAA championships. The All-Ontario meet is this weekend, Nov. 2-3, at Christie Lake Conservation Area near Dundas. Ethan Aarts, Owen Wrigley and Lydia Taylor will represent DCVI after qualifying at WOSSAA here last Thursday at…

ANAF Bantams move into second place, now 6-1

Declan McCotter sparks Finnbilt Novices’ comeback win By Pat Payton WALLACEBURG – The ANAF ‘BB’ Bantams moved into sole possession of second place with a 5-0 Shamrock League victory here Saturday night. Brandon Boyd’s squad improved to 6-1 with the win. They have allowed only six goals against in seven league games to date. Their…

Jr. ‘B’ Lincolns in the middle of a tough stretch

Team loses twice last week, plays first and third-place teams this week By Pat Payton Kyle Curtin gave St. Marys Lincolns a chance to win last Friday night at the PRC. The young goaltender made 36 saves–many of them difficult–to earn player-of-the-game honours in front of an estimated 500 fans on ‘Rock the Rink’ night.…

Forward Austin Maietta returning to the Lincolns

Director of Hockey Operations says Lincs also looking for defencemen By Pat Payton St. Marys Lincolns have now completed one-third of their Western Conference regular schedule. After 16 games, Lincs have allowed 75 goals — the most in the conference. That’s an average of 4.7 goals per night. Management says priority No. 1 right now…

DCVI field hockey team defeats Huskies, Eagles

Shawna Nelson has big day with five goals The DCVI field hockey team hosted Stratford Northwestern and Clinton St. Anne’s on Oct. 15 in Huron-Perth League play. In the opener against the Huskies, Salukis immediately put the pressure on, but a much improved NWSS defensive unit kept St. Marys from scoring early in the game.…