OWHA title for bantams

The Lakeside Chevrolet bantam girls hockey team went undefeated to win gold at the OWHA championship tournament.

OWHA champions include, back left, trainer Dani Murray, assistant coach Jeff Fuller, Ariel Luinstra, Alice Thorpe, Callie Martyn, Lily Freiburger, Rainor Kuz, Georgia Fields, Hailey Woods, Peyton McCormick and coach Don Martyn. Middle row, left, Alexis Whitworth-Bjerg, Jlia McGregor, Alayna Card, Chelsea Fuller, Madison McBride and trainer Heather Card. Front, Cassidy Murray-Collins, left, and Sophia Tomaini. (submitted photo)

Three get Wall of Fame nod

By Josh Howald

There are three new names on the Kincardine Bulldogs Wall of Fame.

Ironmen run ends in Essex

By Josh Howald

The road to the Schmalz Cup came to an end for the Wingham Ironmen last Tuesday night in Essex.

Knights play gracious BAA hosts

No BAA titles for KDSS badminton team

By Josh Howald

The kings and queens of the shuttlecock will be crowned this week at CWOSSA.

Geoffrey Dadson fires a backhander over the net during a senior boys singles match during the BAA senior badminton championship tournament last week at the high school. Dadson dropped this game, but four teammates, all senior girls, qualified for tomorrow's CWOSSA tournament. (Josh Howald photo)

Kincardine District Secondary School qualified four athletes for the CWOSSA badminton championships, held today (Wednesday) and tomorrow at Conestoga College in Kitchener.

Ironmen run ended in Essex

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Sunday's warm temperature left people in shorts and t-shirts chipping away at snow and ice. Here, Andy Cline serves with some Spring in his step during a game of tennis in Kincardine. The courts had to be cleared of snow before this match. (Josh Howald photo)

Spitfires select Stanley 12th overall

Huber, Lansink also selected

By Josh Howald

Ripley roots run the deepest.

Logan Stanley was Windsor's first round pick in the OHL Priority Selection. Jamie Huber of the Wingham Ironmen and Holdyn Lansink (son of a former Bulldog captain) also went in Saturday's draft. (submitted photo)


The village can't quite claim the rights to Logan Stanley, but many would claim there is a healthy dose of Huron-Kinloss blood in the 6'6", 210-pound defenceman. The 17-year-old was picked 12th overall by the Windsor Spitfires in Saturday's OHL Priority Selection.

Sweet weekend for atoms

The Kincardine Canadian Tire atom Kinucks wrapped up the season with a sweet win at the Elmvale Maple Syrup Festival last weekend. The atom rep Kinucks went undefeated through the annual event, finishing with a perfect 5-0 record topped off by a convincing 5-1 win in the final.

Kincardine opened the round robin portion of the tournament with a game against the South-Huron Sabres Friday morning in Wasaga Beach. Jordan Moulton opened the scoring with a sweet deke before going roof with a backhander. He scored again midway through the period on a high wrist shot from the slot after taking a nice pass from Wilson Shipp. Darcy Scott put this game away after he took a pass from Moulton and made it 3-0 with a five hole tally on a power play. Gordie Reaume had a big game in goal for the Kinucks, blanking the Sabres.

Hockey helps ball, soccer

Bob Surridge, President of the Erie Belle Kincardine Old Stars, right, presents a cheque for $350 to Brent Mutrie, president of the Kincardine Minor Baseball Association. The Old Stars also made a $350 donation to the Kincardine District Minor Soccer Club. The money was raised at the 38th annual Old Stars hockey tournament and dance at the Davidson Centre. (Josh Howald photo)

Sticky success ends season

The Kincardine Home Hardware novice Kinucks closed out the 2013-14 hockey season with a fun, exciting win at the Maple Syrup Festival in Elmvale recently.

Kincardine was out of medal contention early at this tourney, dropping the first two games on the tournament. However, the novices went out on a high note, bouncing back with a 6-0 victory on Saturday.

The novice rep Kinucks ended the season with an overall record of 37-15-5. Kincardine won the Regional Silver Stick championship on home ice over the Christmas holidays to qualify for the International Silver Sick tournament. The team appreciated the support from the Kincardine Legion Branch #183, as well as Kincardine Home Hadrware, official team sponsor.