April 7 Sports Brief
Wallaceburg can be proud of their athletes. Madison Broad with a fine showing in the pool at the Olympic Time Trials in Scarborough yesterday. Madison competing in the 100 meter backstroke, she placed 22nd in her first swim, that moved her over to the B Division. She placed 6th in the B class swim. Now Madison focuses on Sunday’s 200 meter event.
Kaitlyn Isaas have been named to Team Ontario and will be competing at the National Aboriginal Hockey Championships in Mississauga. Kaitlyn is the youngest member of Team Ontario at age 15. Wallaceburg’s Isaac plays for the Sarnia Midget ‘AA’ Sting. Team Ontario is coached by former NHL coach Ted Nolan.
According to Sarnia Sting staff Travis Konecny of Clachan will not require surgery on his injured shoulder. Konecny had to drop out of the final 5 games in the series against the Soo Greyhounds because of the injury
2 second round OHL series get underway tonight. The North Bay Battalion are in Barrie to play the Colts while Kingston opens up their series with Niagara.