April 4 Sports Brief

CKXS-Morning-Sports-BriefsWallaceburg native Madison Broad is on her way to Scarborough to compete in the Olympic time trials.  Broad will be competing in the 100 and 200 meter backstroke events.  The trials start tomorrow.

The OHL finals are really getting interesting now with 3 series going to a game 7.  The Mississauga Steele Heads will play a game 7 with the Barrie Colts after shutting out Barrie 7-nothing on Sunday.  Chatham’s Brendan Harrogate with his first OHL playoff goal.  The Sarnia Sting and the Saulte Ste Marie Greyhounds will play game 7 in their series on Tuesday at the RBC Center after the Sting scored a 5-1 over the Hounds.  And North Bay will host Peterborough for game 7 in their series.  The Pete’s knotted up their series with a 7-5 win on Sunday.  The London Knights move onto the next round as do the Niagara Ice Dogs and Kingston after they picked up weekend wins to advance.

The Essex 73’s start the Schmalz Cup semi finals against the Ayr Centennials tomorrow night at home in Jr C playoff action.

The London Nationals now have a 2 games to 1 lead in there Jr B playoff series with the Leamington Flyers.  London will host the Flyers tonight in game 4 of their series in the race for the Sutherland Cup

The Chatham Midget Double A Outlaws are now the Lower Lakes Female Hockey Champs.  The Outlaws beat the Sudbury Lady Wolves in overtime 2-1 to claim the championship.

The C-K Wildcats Novice Girls basketball team won the gold medal over the weekend at the provincial championships.  The Wildcat girls with a 34-29 win over Waterloo Royal City to win the gold

Jordon Durston with an assist on Saturday night but it would not be for the win as the Toronto Rock beat the Vancouver Stealth in the National Lacrosse League 13-11


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