October 2008

Clinic meeting postponed

Kincardine council will have to wait a little longer to have its say on the future of the community medical clinic.

Councillors and staff were to meet with Parkin Architects in a special meeting Monday night (Nov. 3). The meeting was postponed last Thursday.

According to the municipality, the postponement was made on the recommendation of the architects.

In September, Parkin Architects presented council with a tentative plan for a clinic addition. The project would have cost $5-million and was significantly bigger than council anticipated. The special meeting was called to lay out the municipality’s expectations for the building and set a cost limit of $2.25-million.

The meeting has not been rescheduled at this time.

KDSS season ends in semis

Junior girls upset by Walkerton

The season came to an end this morning for the Kincardine District Secondary School junior girls soccer team.

Steph Thompson watches the season slip away for the KDSS junior girls soccer team this morning at the Davidson Centre. Thompson and the Knights were defeated 5-1 by Walkerton District in the BAA semi-finals. (Josh Howald photo)

The favoured Knights were beaten soundly, 5-1, by the Walkerton District Seecondary School Raiders earlier this morning. It was one of two BAA semi-final games that were played at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine.

The other game saw West Hill advance to the finals with a 2-0 win over Sacred Heart High School.

West Hill and WDSS will do battle at 1 p.m. today to determine a BAA champion. Both teams qualify for the CWOSSA tournament.

Knights fall in BAA final

But junior boys still CWOSSA bound

The KDSS junior boys soccer team earned a CWOSSA berth but not a BAA championship yesterday.

The Knights, who finished second overall in the BAA, met Sacred Heart in yesterday morning's semi-final match-up with Sacred Heart of Walkerton.

Kincardine needed penalty kicks to get past the Crusaders and advance to the BAA final yesterday afternoon agaainst the top seeded Walkerton District Secondary School Raiders.

WDSS scored four times and blanked the Knights to win the BAA junior boys soccer championship.

Both WDSS and KDSS qualify for CWOSSA, which will be held in Cambridge Nov. 6 and 7.

Bulldogs battle for 5-3 win

Late goal completes comeback in entertaining contest

A fortuitous third period bounce lifted the Kincardine Bulldogs to victory Sunday afternoon at the Davidson Centre.

Nathan Barfoot fans on a one-timer while being watched by Wingham's Andrew Turton during a second period power play Sunday afternoon. Barfoot and the 'Dogs came from behind to win 5-3. (Josh Howald photo)

An empty net goal with 10.6 seconds remaining clinched a 5-3 win for the Bulldogs.

With Kincardine and the Wingham Ironmen tied at three, Joel Alton sent a high slapshot towards the net with a little more than four minutes to play. The shot hit teammate Taylor Lukasik in the elbow and bounced into the WIngham net for the game winner.

Through the Heart

Jessica drives through a Sacred Heart defender during BAA basketball action last week. The Crusaders edged out Kincardine in senior action. The Knights were eliminated from BAA playoff contention Tuesday afternoon after losing to the JDSS Trojans. (Kiel Edge photo)

Wolves beaten by Elora, Saugeen Shores

The Ripley Wolves are back at .500 after losses to Elora and Saugeen Shores on the weekend.

Saturday night in Port Elgin, the Wolves fell 7-3 to the Saugeen Shores Winterhawks in front of almost 700 people.

“It wasn’t too bad of a game,” said Ripley goaltender Scott MacSween, who started the previous night in Ripley against the Elora Rocks. “We had a 2-1 lead early in the game, and they came back to go ahead 3-2. They kind of broke the game open in the third period.”

Soccer teams move on

Playoff bound

The Kincardine District Secondary School junior boys soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a 5-0 pasting of the Saugeen Royals.

With the win, KDSS (5-2) moved ahead of the West Hill Secondary School Raiders and into third place in Bluewater Athletic Association (BAA). The top four BAA schools qualify for the semi-finals, which were held yesterday (Tuesday) in Walkerton.

Midget girls CWOSSA champs

Kincardine has some of the fastest midget girls in the region.

The Kincardine District Secondary School midget girls cross-country team claimed the CWOSSA overall title Thursday.

Cheyenne Hunter finished first, and Kortney Watson second in a field of 113 racers to lead KDSS to the division title. KDSS’ other two runners, MacKenzie Marshall and Hayley Stewart, finished 21st and 28th to help the team to its first CWOSSA championship in years.

Police seek female

Huron County OPP are asking for the public's help in locating a missing 21-year-old

Jacklyn Groth walked away from a Goderich-area medical facility Wednesday morning. She's described as 5'4", approximately 118 pounds with long dirty blonde hair. She was last seen wearing a pink Nike jacket, blue jeans and knee-high tan boots.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Huron County OPP or Crimestoppers.

October 29, 2008


Lloyd George Clark, of R.R. 4, Kincardine, died at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre- Kincardine on Friday, Oct. 24, 2008, in his 80th year.

Beloved husband of Jessie (née Bell). Dear father of Marilyn Smith, of Guelph; Murray (Doris) Clark, of R.R.4 Kincardine; Barbara Clark, of Kincardine; Betty (Mike) Weinstein, of Fergus; and Joyce (Paul) Cotter, of Fergus.

Sadly missed by grandchildren: Brent and Shane Cotter, Erin and Graydon Clark, Alex and Dayle Smith, and Janet and Melanie Weinstein.

Loved brother of Lynn (Helen) Clark, of Chatham. Sadly missed by brother-in-law Allan (Peggy) Bell, of Durham; and sisters-in-law, Edith (Peter) Matthews, of Vancouver; and Wilma Bell, of Toronto.