What is going on in St. Marys Sports.

Minor basketball holds 13th annual Finals night

Last Thursday at DCVI St. Marys Minor Basketball held its always popular Finals night at DCVI last Thursday, March 8. It was the 13th year for the year-end championship night. The Grade 5/6 boys champions are the Ducks, led by all-star Ryan Hodkinson and coached by Duncan Massie. The Grade 7/8 boys had an upset…

U-14 Snipers finish regular season strong

The Cascade and Optimist U-14 St. Marys Snipers had an exciting end to their ringette season as they played their last three scheduled games before the end-of-year Regional tournament. On Tuesday, Feb. 27, Tillsonburg Twisters came to town and the Snipers skated their way to a convincing 9-1 win. Sparking the St. Marys attack were…

U-8 team thanks sponsor, ANAF Unit 265

The U-8 Snipers from St.Marys took to the ice twice recently and blew the barn doors off both times! Saturday saw the parents so very proud as our young players smiled and kept their eyes and ears open. The Snipers did a great job defeating the Mitchell Stingers in front of our team sponsors, St.…

Thompson resigns as Lincolns’ head coach

By Stewart Grant On March 2nd, the St. Marys Lincolns reported that Head Coach Scott Thompson has stepped down from his post, citing an interest to pursue other hockey related opportunities closer to his home in Carlisle. Thompson led the Lincolns’ coaching staff for the past two seasons, compiling a regular season record of 30-61-3-6.…

G&CC Atoms return to OMHA Finals

By Stewart Grant With two wins over Niagara-on-the-Lake last weekend, the St. Marys Golf & Country Club Atom BB’s are headed back to the OMHA Finals. St. Marys 6, NOTL 0 After splitting the first two games of the series, St. Marys won game 3 with a convincing 6-0 victory on Saturday in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Griffin…

Lincs get credit for putting together great scouting staff

By Pat Payton It’s kudos to president Brandon Boyd and the St. Marys Lincolns’ executive for taking the initiative and putting together a great scouting staff. It’s something that this proud Western Conference team has needed for a long, long time, and it’s proof that Boyd, the executive and board of directors, and management staff…

Next stop Hong Kong for Valcke

Hong Kong – No stranger to Asia, as St. Marys resident Tom Valcke has taught baseball to coaches and players in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, Thailand, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong over the past 30 years, the coach of George Brown College has taken a sabbatical to become the head coach of Hong…