Hockey team improves to 3-0 in K-W Local League
Aces lose 5-3 in St. Clements Wednesday
LUCAN — The Lucan Irish are continuing their upward trajectory, finishing the weekend with two more wins and putting themselves at the top of the SOJHL standings.
EXETER — The Exeter Hawks have been having some trouble finding their footing this season, and two more losses over the weekend didn’t help.
DETROIT — The Saugeen Maitland Midget AA Lightning travelled to Detroit this past weekend to participate in the Two Nations College Prep Series hockey tournament and finished the weekend undefeated.
The Wingham Ironmen treated fans to a 5-2 victory Friday night in Wingham, but were unable to get ahead of the Hanover Barons Saturday night in Mildmay – the Barons won 5-4.
LISTOWEL – They are the reigning women’s provincial curling champions, and Allison Flaxey and her team were recently honoured as such for their achievements last season at their home rink.
PALMERSTON – The Mapleton-Minto wasted no time in getting back to their winning ways over the weekend, taking all three of their scheduled games to improve to 4-0-0 on the young 2014-15 WOAA Senior ‘AA’ campaign
In U-10 ringette action, St. Marys Cement Co. Snipers hosted the Lynx from London on Saturday morning at the PRC. The teams were scoreless in the first few minutes of the game when Snipers went on a powerplay and were looking to capitalize. However, it was London who capitalized taking a 1-0 lead while shorthanded. [...]
Important league games this week for DCVI squad