Wallaceburg Minor Field lacrosse will be holding it’s annual Fall Ball field lacrosse camp for kids aged 6 to 14. Fall Ball is a 6 week local field lacrosse program that is designed to extend your lacrosse season and introduce local kids to the game of field lacrosse. This year we intend to start with field lacrosse skills & drills and evolve into 7 on 7 game play in the last 3 weeks. Cost is $50. Log on to wallaceburglacrosse.com for more details.
The Wallaceburg Sting remain atop the standings, after a 2-0 win Friday night at Kinsmen Park. The Wallaceburg squad topped Middlesex in the contest. The Sting hold a slim one point lead over Bosnia for the top spot in the First division.
Dustin Daggett, of Portland, Mich., won the $3,000 Northern Summer Nationals Sprint Series feature race on Saturday night in front of a packed grandstand at South Buxton Raceway. Justin Barger, of Montrose, N.Y., clinched the overall series championship with his third-place finish. Wallaceburg’s Mike Lewis and Chatham’s Gregg Haskell put on a great battle in the Late Model feature, swapping the lead seven times in the first 11 laps before Haskell led the final nine circuits for this third win of the season. Lewis, who won the dash earlier in the night, settled for a season-best second-place finish. Chatham’s Eric Vanderiviere won his first feature since moving up to the Modifieds last season while Blenheim’s Shawn Jones won eighth Comp 4 feature of the season and Merlin’s Steve Shaw won his fifth in the Sport Stocks.
Wallaceburg’s Shaun Suisham and the Pittsburgh Steelers topped the new-look Indianapolis Colts 26-24 in pre-season action. Suisham was 2-2 on extra points, and he did not attempt a field goal. However, 23-year-old free agent Daniel Hrapmann saw some action at the kicking spot for Pittsburgh. He was a perfect 4-4, with a long of 43-yards.
Travis Lulay ran for one touchdown, threw for another and handed off for one more as the B.C. Lions beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 24-5 on Sunday.
Little League World Series
Panama handed Canada’s team from Vancouver their first loss at the tournament, winning 8-3.
Both the Tigers and Jays lost yesterday. Toronto was hammered by Texas, 11-2. Mike McCoy homered in the loss. Baltimore took the series from Detroit winning 7-5, despite the Tigers jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first inning. Jhonny Peralta and Omar Infante homered in the loss.