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DCVI Field Hockey splits pair of games

DCVI’s Field Hockey Team (4-5-1) had an easy time in their first game Wednesday afternoon at Stratford Northwestern, hustling to an 8-0 win against their hosts. They fell in their next game, however, against first place Goderich (7-0-1), who are undefeated in eight games. They’re next in action with a pair of games in Mitchell…

DCVI hosts girls basketball Monday

By Dan Rankin The St. Marys DCVI Senior Girls Basketball Team played a pair of home games on Monday, Oct. 3 against St. Anne’s and South Huron, winning both to improve to 3-1 on the season. The Sr. Salukis played St. Anne’s first. It was a back-and-forth game, but DCVI entered the second half of…

St. Marys Shuffleboard Club

The local St. Marys Shuffleboard Club hosted its annual closing apple tournament on Monday of last week. The event was a huge success, attracting 52 shuffleboarders from as far away as Elora, Goderich, London, Woodstock, Ingersoll, Ancaster, and Grand Bend. Shuffleboard at the Lind Sportplex is now done for the year as curling returns for…

DCVI Boys Volleyball

Hayden Moore, centre, of the DCVI Senior Boys Volleyball Team sends up a pass during a match in St. Marys against Central Huron on Tuesday afternoon. The Senior Team was able to defend its home turf, winning its first two regular season league matches in straight sets. DCVI first beat Central Huron 2-0 (25-8, 25-16)…

Damen’s sold, Robby Smink to open “CELEBR8”

“I’m back in the entertainment business where I belong,” says Robby Smink. He recently announced his purchase of Damen’s Restaurant from Burt Damen, who owned the old Post Office building for 28 years. “I’m going to use my almost 30 years of experience in the bar/restaurant/entertainment business to give St Marys the entertainment party place…

Lincs get assist from Council

$10,800 grant approved The St. Marys Lincolns were granted their request for support from Town Council on Tuesday after a presentation from President Brandon Boyd and Treasurer Stewart Grant. Boyd told Council that the Lincolns have operated continuously for 60 years and are the second-longest operating Junior B club in Ontario, after the Waterloo Siskins.…