Reid Miller scored with 9 seconds on the clock, to give the Wallaceburg Red Devils a 9-8 win over Orangeville. Clint Lamarsh led the way with four goals and one assist. The win capped off a successful weekend for the Devils, as they beat Elora on Saturday 11-8. Wallaceburg will be back in action on Sunday when Owen Sound comes to Wallaceburg.
Chatham-Kent Cougars Football
Senior vs. Nipissing Wild on Saturday June 2; 40-7 win
Junior vs. Burlington Stampeders on Sunday June 3; 24-21 loss
Bantam vs. Peterborough Wolverines on Saturday June 2; 25-8 win
Peewee vs. Oakville Titans on Sunday June 3; 38-13 win
Local racing news from South Buxton Raceway on Saturday
Shrewsbury’s Jim Dale Jr. won the Modified feature race on Saturday night at South Buxton Raceway. Wallaceburg rookie driver Drew Smith was 11th.
Chatham’s Kirk Hooker won the Late Models race. Wallaceburg’s Mike Lewis finished fourth in his season debut. Merlin’s Steve Shaw used a lapped car as a pick to pass Grande Pointe’s Tyler Lozon for the lead with fourth laps to go and went on to win the Sport Stock feature. Wallaceburg’s Willy Vyse finished eighth. Cottam’s Denis DeSerrano won the Comp 4 feature. Racing continues this Saturday on Family Night at South Buxton Raceway.
Stanley Cup Finals
Game 3 take place tonight, as the Kings head home with a 2-0 lead on the Devils. The Kings won 2-1 in OT on Saturday.
More NHL news
Boston Bruins star goaltender Tim Thomas confirmed on his Facebook page Sunday that he will be taking a year off from hockey.
The Boston Celtics have rallied back in the series to even things up with Miami 2-2, after a 93-91 OT victory… A decisive Game 5 will be tomorrow in South Beach…
An important Game 5 takes place out west too… as the Thunder and Spurs are all tuied up at 2’s as well. Tip off is set for 9 p.m.
NY Yankees 5 at 1 Detroit
Boston 1 at 5 Toronto
Atlanta 3 at 2 Washington
Miami 5 at 1 Philadelphia
Baltimore 4 at 8 Tampa Bay
Cincinnati 3 at 5 Houston
Seattle 2 at 4 Chicago WSox
Pittsburgh 6 at 5 Milwaukee
Oakland 0 at 2 Kansas City
Minnesota 6 at 3 Cleveland
LA Dodgers 2 at 3 Colorado
Texas 7 at 3 LA Angels
Chicago Cubs 0 at 2 San Francisco
Arizona 6 at 0 San Diego
St. Louis 1 at 6 NY Mets
Tiger Woods birdied three of his last four holes to win the Memorial yesterday. With the win Woods matched Jack Nicklaus with his 73rd title on the PGA Tour.