Sports

Kincardine hosts CWOSSA girls’ basketball championship

The Kincardine Knights senior girls defeated a strong team from Wellington Heights 42-24 in game one of CWOSSA girls’ A basketball Friday afternoon. They lost the championship game by a heart-breaking single point to Woodland Christian High School that evening. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Midgets can't defend McMillan Memorial

The Kincardine Miller Insurance midget Kinucks couldn't defend the Archie McMillan Memorial midget tournament championship on the weekend at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine.

Brennan Long of the Miller Insurance midgets is stopped on a scoring chance during the second period of a 1-1 tie with Penetang Saturday afternoon at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. Twin Centre eliminated Kincardine from the Archie McMillan Memoiral midget tournament in a semi-final game Sunday. (Barb McKay photo)


Big weekend for Bulldogs

By Josh Howald

The Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs welcomed back two important players, won two important hockey games and pulled themselves into a tie for third place overall in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Pollock Division standings.


Ripley blanks Petrolia 3-0

Jason Hamilton posted a 53-save shutout as the Ripley Wolves dumped Petrolia Friday night on the road in WOAA Senior AA hockey action.

Jason Hamilton made 53 saves for his first shutout of the season Friday night. (Josh Howald photo)


 Beisel honoured by WOBA

Kincardine's Warren Beisel will be honoured as the 2017 Western Ontario Baseball Association's Volunteer of the Year on Monday evening.

He is expected to be on hand at the WOBA meeting to accept the award. He will also now be considered for the honour of the Ontario Baseball Association Volunteer of the Year.

Beisel was nominated for the award by the Kincardine Minor Baseball Association for his involvement within the KMBA, as well as with the WOBA Bulls. His nomination listed some of his efforts, which includes ordering uniforms, acting as the KMBA's head coach, acting as a liason with the senior Cubs and organizing clinics and skill sessions.

For the fourth year, he organized the annual KMBA spring clinic for mosquito to peewee players. He organized the annual general meeting and helped coaches with diamond time bookings and provided new coaches with NCCP training.


Two games, one point for Bulldogs

By Josh Howald

A four-game win streak came to an end for the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs on the weekend.

Wingham's Josh Higgins searches for a loose puck as a Kincardine defender dives to cover it with his glove and goalie Ethan Primeau recovers from a save. (Josh Howald photo)


Weekend split for Wolves

Ripley dumps Cents in home opener

By Josh Howald

The refurbished Ripley Wolves looked good on the weekend, winning a Saturday night home opener to capture a weekend split in WOAA Senior AA hockey action.

That leaves the Wolves tied for second place with four other teams in this extremely young season with a 2-1 record. After beating Saugeen Shores 2-1 in the season opener, the Wolves were in Clinton Friday night to face the defending champion Radars.


Four in a row for Bulldogs

By Josh Howald

And just like that, the Nicol Insurance Bulldogs have a solid record, are within striking distance of the league's top clubs and have a four-game win streak on the go.

The Kincardine Bulldogs celebrate one of five third period goals against the Hanover Barons Thursday night at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine, as Hanover Barons Zack Vokes and goaltender Chase Krompocker look on. (Josh Howald photo)


Wolves home opener Saturday night

By Josh Howald

After a big opening night win in Kincardine, the Ripley Wolves had a weekend off to recharge and prepare for the 2017-18 WOAA Senior AA hockey season.

The new-look Wolves have continued to add talent, size and skill to the club, as they displayed with a 2-1 win over the Saugeen Shores Winterhawks at the Davidson Centre during Hockey Day in Kincardine. But the grind begins Friday, and continues Saturday night as the Wolves will play their first game of the season in front of a hometown Ripley crowd.


Oh, Pu

London Knights forward Clifford Pu reacts to Sean Durzi's overtime goal that gave the Owen Sound Attack a 4-3 win last Sunday afternoon in London. (Josh Howald photo)