Local Sports Briefs: November 5
- IT’S A BIG DAY SATURDAY FOR THE WDSS TARTAN 8 MAN FOOTBALL TEAM AS THEY WILL PLAY FOR THE CHAMPIONSIP AGAINST SARNIA ST. CLAIR. HEAD COACH ROB MCLAUGHLIN SAYS HE IS PROUD OF HIS TEAM FOR DOING SO WELL MAKING THE SWITCH FROM 12 MAN TO THE 8 MAN GAME. WDSS LOST BOTH THEIR GAMES TO ST. CLAIR THIS YEAR..KICK-OFF IS SET FOR 1 O’CLOCK SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
- The Wallaceburg Lakers are on a winning streak. Two goals from Justin Lindsay led the Lakers to a 5-2 win over the Amherstberg Admirals last night in Jr C Hockey action. The Lakers are back in action on Friday night against Alvinston
- The Chatham Maroons are in Leamington tonight to face the Flyers. The Maroons have been on a roll winning seven in a row and hope to keep the streak alive.
- Travis Konecny saw his scoring streak come to an end as the Ottawa 67’s fell to Kingston last night in OHL play.
- Trent Fox had a goal in a losing effort as the Hamilton Bull Dogs go down to Mississauga 4-3.
- Defenceman Blayne Oliver of Blenheim with the Trenton Golden Hawks has been chosen for the fifth annual Eastern Canada Cup All-Star Challenge on Nov. 16-18 in Cornwall.
- Western Mustangs defensive back Josh Woodman of Chatham is an OUA football first-team all-star for the second consecutive year.
- Bridget Carleton of Chatham will make her Iowa State Cyclones debut today in an exhibition game against Midwestern State in College basketball
- Madison Broad will now be swimming for Team Ontario at the Ontario Junior International in December. Maddy was added to Team Ontario yesterday and will swim in Scarborough at the Jr Internationals from December the 4th to the 6th.
TAGS Blayne-Oliverbridget-carletonchatham maroonsJosh WoodmanMadison BroadTravis KonecnyTrent Foxwallaceburg lakerswdss-tartans