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Rockets take it to Lincolns in the third
Strathroy pulls four points ahead of St. Marys with 5-2 win last Friday at PRC
Injured Lincolns players set to return
Forwards Ocean Check, Garrett James expected back this week
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Thomson leads Sr. Salukis’ rout against Blue Devils
Junior girls suffer first hoops loss at Mitchell in OT last Wednesday
U-10 Snipers open with road loss
Ringette team takes on London this Saturday at PRC
Atom ‘C’ girls earn 3-2 comeback win Friday
Third-period goal by Silcox lifts St. Marys to victory over Wildcats
Finnbilt Novices leave Petrolia with 1-1 tie
Late shot by Stewart beats Oilers' goalie, but not the clock Saturday
Salukis post excellent results at H-P meet
DCVI's Marcel Scheele wins Junior boys race by a 35-second margin in Blyth last Thursday; Senior boys, Junior girls second in team rankings
Two SMMHA coaches with similar philosophies
Taylor, Schiedel bench bosses of Firefighter Peewees and Independent Grocer Atoms
Dominating performance by St. Mikes runners
Blyth course also hosting WOSSAA cross-country next Thursday
Ross Howey Photo
Sugar Kings blank Siskins in Waterloo
The Elmira Sugar Kings came away with a Thanksgiving victory against the Waterloo Siskins on Sunday, with a 3-0 win in Waterloo.
(photo/Terry Heffernan)
Irish finally lose but still in first place
LUCAN – The Lucan Irish finally lost, but still won one of two games last week to maintain their division lead.
Exeter Hawks drop two close games
EXETER – The Exeter Hawks lost a pair of one-goal games last week.
(photo/submitted)
Field hockey Panthers win twice convincingly
EXETER – The South Huron Panthers won two girls high school field hockey games last week in convincing fashion.
Pauline Kerr photo
Ironmen take over second place in division
Ryan McNeil, who leads the league in points, scored three of Wingham’s seven goals Friday night and got assists on two more.
Cyclones slip to fifth place with weekend split
ST. CATHARINES – While the goals haven’t always come frequently for the Listowel Cyclones this season, the Junior ‘B’ squad has at least been equally stingy in allowing them.
Photo by Chris Clark
Patriots ground Hawks 6-2
Showing a deft scoring touch, Mount Forest rebounded back into the win column with a decisive 6-2 win over the Hawks on Saturday night in Mitchell.
Dan McNee/Express Photo
Grassroots Basketball starting up for fourth season
TOWN OF MINTO – The main gym of Norwell District Secondary School will once again be filled with the sounds of squeaking sneakers, bouncing balls and shouts of joy over the next two months, as Grassroots Basketball launches next week.
Huskies Senior boys dominate opponents
At Goderich Vikings Rugby Festival last Friday
 
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