CKXS Sports Briefs: November 19, 2012

Senior boys football

The undefeated Wallaceburg Tartans repeated as SWOSSAA AA Champions on Saturday, beating Leamington Cardinal Carter 28-7. The Tartans were down early, as Leamington jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead, but the Tartans dominated the rest of the way en route to the win. Jonah Pataki had 142 yards on the ground. QB slash defensive back Braydon Fisher had two interceptions on defense, ran for 42 yards and had 60 yards passing, including a TD pass to Dan Fox. Head coach Rob MacLachlan says they awaiting word to find out their next opponent. He says they are likely to play sometime this week at the University of Western Ontario against a team from the London league.

Junior girls hoops

The C-K Golden Hawks fell to LaSalle Villanova in the SWOSSAA ‘AAA final held Friday in Chatham. Lasalle won 51-48.

JRC

Blenheim beat Kingsville 3-2.

JRB

The Chatham Maroons topped the Leamington Flyers 5-2.

St. Mary’s beat St. Thomas 5-4 in a shootout.

OHL

Wallaceburg’s Seth Griffith scored for the London Knights in a 3-2 win over Kitchener.

Sault Ste. Marie pounded Sarnia 9-2.

Owen Sound slipped past Windsor 1-0.

CFL

The Toronto Argos are heading to the Grey Cup, which is being held on their home turf. And they’ll be meeting the Calgary Stampeders to battle for the league’s top prize!

The Argos got great performances from QB Ricky Ray and Chad Owen in a 27-20 victory over the Montreal Alouettes.

Kevin Glenn threw for 303 yards and 3 TDs as the Stamps beat the B.C. Lions 34-29.

The 100th Grey Cup will be played next Sunday with a 6 p.m. kick off.

NFL

Wallaceburg’s Shaun Suisham was good on his only field goal attempt, a 22 yarder, but Baltimore beat Pittsburgh 13-10.

Arizona 19 at 23 Atlanta
Cleveland 20 at 23 Dallas
Green Bay 24 at 20 Detroit
Cincinnati 28 at 6 Kansas City
NY Jets 27 at 13 St. Louis
Philadelphia 6 at 31 Washington
Tampa Bay 27 at 21 Carolina
Jacksonville 37 at 43 Houston
New Orleans 38 at 17 Oakland
San Diego 23 at 30 Denver
Indianapolis 24 at 59 New England

NBA

The Raptors topped the Orlando Magic 97-86.

And Detroit beat Boston 103-83.

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