Sports

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.


Nose for the net

Matt Helm fires a shot that eludes Sacred Heart’s goalkeeper Tuesday afternoon. Ellis’ goal was  the first of the game in a 4-2 KDSS win over the visiting SHHS Crusaders. (Josh Howald photo)


Falling Meteor

This footrace ended with both players crashing into the Kincardine net, with the puck staying out. Here, Kurt Dunsbier heads to his net while Danny Skinner gets tied up with a Mitchell Meteors forward.  The atoms, who were in a Bracebridge tournament over the weekend, won 5-2. (Josh Howald photo)


Dogs pound Patriots 9-2

Blake Underwood and Tim Dwinnell combined for 12 points as the Kincardine Bulldogs pounded Mount Forest 9-2 Friday night on the road.

 

Underwood had hattrick for the 'Dogs and added three helpers, while Dwinnell scored twice and picked up four assists.

 

Devin Kemp, Dave Chessell, Ben Larsen and recent pick-up Brock Spencer each scored once in the win.

 

George Grammanopolous stopped 14 shots to earn his second win in goal for the first place Bulldogs, who improve to 7-0-1 on the season.

 


Points not a problem

The Kincardine District Secondary School senior girls basketball team put a royal beating on Saugeen District last week.

The Knights amassed an incredible 76 points in Wednesday afternoon’s affair, which they won by more than 50 points.

Jessica Quinn grabs possession of the ball as she collides with a Saugeen District Secondary School player during BAA basketball action Wednesday afternoon at the high school. The lady Knights pounded the visiting Royals 76-24. (Josh Howald photo)

It was 34-10 for Kincardine at the half, and it ended a lopsided 76-24.

The score actually could have been worse.


A good racket

KDSS tennis team has won three straight BAA titles

It’s hard to argue with results.

These results say that the Kincardine District Secondary School tennis program has won three consecutive Bluewater Athletic Association (BAA) championships.

KDSS claimed its third straight overall tennis title in Southampton Oct. 7 on the strength of tourney wins by the doubles team, the mixed doubles team and solid finishes from several singles players.

The mixed doubles team of Lydia Treidlinger and Michael Yun won gold, as did the boys doubles team of Troy Campbell and Anirudha Panditrao.

Meanwhile, both Mohini Nema and Jakeb Siekierski advanced in singles play after second place finishes at the BAA championship, which was delayed a week due to weather.


Wolves beat Elora

Nick Locking scored four times to help the Ripley Wolves dump the Elora Rocks Friday night in Elora.

 

The Rocks will have a chance for revenge Friday night in Ripley when the teams play their second game of a home-and-home series within the WOAA South Division.

 

It is Ripley's only game this weekend.

 

Kyle Boulton scored twice and added three assists, Darrin MacDonald had a goal and three assists, while Brock Lowry and Mike Burgess each scored once in the win.

 

Russ O'Handley and Chad Colling each had an assist in the game.


Running from school

The Bob Atkinson Memorial cross-country meet, better known as the “county meet” was Wednesday at Saugeen Bluffs, with all local elementary schools sending racers.

While no Kincardine area runners came home with a first place finish, several did fare well.

Hannah Davidson of Huron Heights Public School (HHPS) was second in the senior girls event, finishing behind only Hanover’s Fateema  Miller. Natasha Prehn of Ripley was seventh in the race.

The senior boys division was dominated by Huron Heights, who had four runners finish in the top-10. Sam Wilson was second, Ethan Carter, third; Brett Carter, fourth and David McFarlan was seventh.


Running over the competition

Jessica Quinn grabs possession of the ball as she collides with a Saugeen District player during BAA basketball action Wednesday afternoon at the high school. The lady Knights pounded the visiting Royals 76-24. (Josh Howald photo)


Knights earn 1-0 win

Shut out for Padfield

The Kincardine District Secondary School junior girls soccer team earned a 1-0 win Tuesday afternoon at the Davidson Centre.

Sara Gossell scored the only goal of the game early in the contest.

Sacred Heart High School's biggest chance to tie the game came late in the second half on a penalty.

However, Morgan Padfield stopped the penalty to secure a shut out and give the Knights a 1-0 win.

The junior boys team was holding a 2-1 lead on the Crusaders at the half on the strength of a Derek Satosek goal.

It finished 4-2 for Kincardine.