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Warriors have good day at Springbank Park

Elizabeth Drake gets third in Midget girls cross-country race

Flanagan ‘hat’ sparks Bantam Aces’ first win

SARNIA – Mikayla Flanagan and solid team defence led Stratford Accumetal Bantam ‘A’ Aces to their first win of the regular season here Sunday afternoon. After a scoreless first period, Flanagan left the penalty box and ended up in the right place at the right time to bury a Madi Smith rebound early in the [...]

Hiller Minor Peewees enjoy 2-0 weekend

With wins over Burlington and St. Thomas

Jr. ‘B’ Cullitons acquire new forward from Dutchmen

Jared Nash could be back in the line-up this weekend

Photo by Kelsey Dunbar

Patriots’ explosive offense extends winning streak to three games

The Patriots win both games on the weekend to move into third place.

Pauline Kerr Photo

Mixed weekend for Ironmen

The Wingham Ironmen hosted the Mount Forest Patriots Friday night, Oct. 2, looking for a badly needed win. Unfortunately, the Patriots were also looking for a victory, and they prevailed. The final score was 6-3 for Mount Forest.

Dan McNee/Banner Photo

Cyclones outlast Winter Hawks

LISTOWEL – After perhaps their finest defensive performance of the young 2015-16 GOJHL season versus Cambridge on Friday night, the Listowel Cyclones followed it up with their worst on Sunday evening in Elmira.

81’s double up Muskies to open 2015-16 season

SHELBURNE – The Mapleton-Minto 81’s got off to the start they were looking for in 2015-16, as the local WOAA Senior ‘AA’ club triumphed over the Muskies in a big way in Shelburne on Saturday night.

Exeter Hawks player Austin Carter, left, gets a shot off in front as Tyler Kettler, middle, and Chase Thornton look for a rebound in the first period during the game Oct. 2 against Aylmer. The Hawks lost the game 7-3. (photo/Terry Heffernan)

Exeter, Dorchester and Aylmer fight for top spot in SOJHL

The Exeter Hawks and the Dorchester Dolphins are fighting it out for the lead in the SOJHL standings, with the Aylmer Spitfires close behind them.

Six kids from Grand Bend have qualified to join Team Canada and compete at the World Karate and Kick boxing Commission (WKC) World Championship in Florida this Nov. 8-13. Top row (from left): Alexis McCreath, Callum Rollings and Emily Mussio. Middle row: Jared Devaere. In front (from left): Abby and Emma Maguire. (photo/submitted)

Grand Bend kids to represent Canada at world competition

Abby and Emma Maguire of Grand Bend have dreamed about putting their martial arts skills to the test on a world level, and soon the two, along with four other Grand Bend kids, will get their chance.

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