Knights win opener

Lose in Norwell tournament finals

The Kincardine District Secondary School girls volleyball team opened the season with a pair of wins Thursday afternoon.

This Mel Davidson hit was too much for the Walkerton District Secondary School Raiders last week. The point helped KDSS win the first set of the BAA season 25-23. (Josh Howald photo)

The Knights beat Walkerton District Secondary School in straight sets, the first set a close one at 25-23.

Later in the day, KDSS beat the Saugeen District Secondary School Royals to get kick of the Bluewater Athletic Association regular season schedule at 2-0.

Weekend split for Wolves

The Ripley Wolves put a pounding on the Shallow Lake Crushers Friday night in the first of two weekend road games.


Ripley (4-4-0-1) currently sits in sixth place in the WOAA Senior A North Division standings.


The Wolves beat the Crushers 10-3 before dropping a 5-3 decision the following night in Shelburne.


Friday night Ripley got two-goal performances from four different players. Darrin MacDonald, Travis Van Gaver, Nathan Gavey and Adam Shular each scored twice in the win. Shawn Detzler and Nick Locking each added a goal.


Shane falls to 4-3

Les Shane’s Kincardine rink was edged out 4-3 last Wednesday night in Hanover.

Shane’s BDO Dunwoody team was defeated 6-5 by Rob Lipsett’s Lora Bay rink to fall to 4-3 in Career Horizons Grey-Bruce Major Curling League play.

AL Hutchinson’s Owen Sound rink and Trevor Coburn’s rink are sharing first place overall in the league with identical 5-2 records.

Tonight’s action will take place in Chesley and Hanover beginning at 8 p.m.

Bulldogs win in shooutout

Earn win after blowing five goal lead in third

Blake Underwood and Tim Dwinell each scored a shootout goal to lead the Kincardine Bulldogs to an exciting 7-6 win in Kincardine Sunday afternoon.

Kincardine forward Tim Dwinnell fights past a pair of Mitchell Hawks during Western Junior C hockey action Sunday afternoon at the Davidson Centre. (Kiel Edge photo)

Drew Pegrum stopped both Mitchell shooters, while goals from the Western Junior C League’s top two scorers salvaged a win following a third period Kincardine collapse.

The Bulldogs held a 6-0 lead at one point, and entered the third period with a 6-1 lead.

Ripley hits the road

Wolves face Shallow Lake, Shelburne this weekend

The Ripley Wolves had the weekend off to host the team’s annual 3-on-3 tournament at the Ripley-Huron Community Centre, but are back in action this weekend.

The Wolves will play a pair of road games. Friday night the team will be in Shallow Lake to take on the 2-6-1 Crushers. Saturday night Ripley will be in Shelburne to face the undefeated Muskies.

The Muskies sit atop the Senior A WOAA’s North Division with a perfect 7-0 record. Ripley is currently in sixth place in the Division with a 3-3-0-1 record.

There were eight other games in the WOAA North over the weekend.

Knights win hockey opener

The Kincardine District Secondary School Knights opened the season with a 7-5 win yesterday in Meaford.

KDSS controlled the play in Thursday’s game against the Georgian Bay Secondary School Vikings from the start. The Knights built up a 7-3 lead and the Vikings scored a pair of late goals to make it close.

Brandon Mullen scored twice and added an assist for the Knights.

Other KDSS goals were from Scott Beaton, Garret Meurs, Charles Palmer, Jared Colling and Josh Gauthier.

Meurs had three helpers to finish with four points in the game. Other assists went to Beaton, Zac MacIntosh and Shawn Stewart.

Opening day draw

KDSS girls hockey team ties SHHS 1-1, boys in action tomorrow

The high school hockey season has begun.

The Kincardine District Secondary School girls hockey team opened the year on the road, and played the Sacred Heart Crusaders to a 1-1 tie.

The KDSS boys hockey team begins action tomorrow afternoon. The Knights will be in Georgian Bay to face the Vikings in the BAA regular season opener.

The girls team will be in action again at the Davidson Centre Nov. 27 when they play host to the St. Mary’s High School Mustangs of Owen Sound. The puck drops at 2:30 p.m.

The second game for the boys is also against the Mustangs at home, just a few days later. The boys will host SMHS on Monday, Dec. 1 for a 1:30 p.m. start at the Davidson Centre.

Wolves downed

Durham leaves Ripley with a shootout in

The Ripley Wolves lost in a shootout Friday night at home.

A shootout was necessary after Durham and Ripley could settle nothing in three periods of hockey and one overtime frame.

Ripley gets one point for the overtime loss, and now has a record of 3-3-0-1 in WOAA Senior A men’s hockey action.

Travis Van Gaver of the Ripley Wolves makes a move around a Durham defenceman Friday night at the Ripley Huron Community Centre. (Kiel Edge photo)

The teams traded goals in the first period. Dustin Catto and Travis VanGaver scored for Ripley.

Wins keep 'Dogs in first

Hawks two points back with game in hand

The Kincardine Bulldogs maintained a grip on first place with a pair of weekend wins in Western Junior C hockey action.

The Bulldogs edged out Hanover on the road before pasting the Goderich Sailors 7-2 at home Saturday night.

Meanwhile, the Walkerton Hawks kept pace, but still trail Kincardine by two points after beating Mount Forest twice on the weekend.

Saturday night the Bulldogs jumped out to a 5-0 lead before Goderich got on the board in the third period.

George Grammenopoulos stopped 17 shots to pick up the win for the ‘Dogs, while Goderich’s Cory Gascho faced 49 shots in defeat.

Home split for Shane

Major Curling League makes a stop in Kincardine

The Career Horizons Grey-Bruce Major Curling League made a stop at the Kincardine Curling Club Sunday for a full schedule of action.

Les Shane’s Kincardine rink used home ice to cruise to a 7-1 win over Doug Hamilton in the first draw of the day. Shane, however, was beaten by Don Shane’s Karn’s Roofing Rink 8-6 in the afternoon match-up.

Kincardine's entry in the Grey-Bruce Major Culring Leauge, pictured Sunday afternoon in Kincardine following a league game. In back are skip Les Shane and vice Mike Merawa. In front, seccond Graig Milburn, left, and lead Sam Turcotte. (Eric Howald photo)

The Kincardine games were two of the six played at the Kincardine Club Sunday.