Greg Reid of the Kincardine District Secondary School boys curling team releases the rock last week in the BAA opener against Saugeen District Secondary School at the Kincardine Curling Club. The Knights were defeated 10-4, but bounced back with a 13-3 win yesterday at home against Walkerton. Skip Mark Craven led the Knights into action again today (Wednesday) in Chesley against the CDHS Cougars. (Josh Howald photo)
Brody Hayes of the Kincardine District Secondary School boys hockey team ran over the John Diefenbaker Seconcdary School Trojans from Hanover last week at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. The scored four unanswered second period goals en route to a 4-1 win over JDSS. The Knights visit Sacred Heart tomorrow (Thursday). (Josh Howald photo)
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Kincardine's Kaleb Smith pressures a Walkerton forward during peewee rep hockey action last week in Kincardine, as goaltender Everett Luinstra watches. The pair got help from the backcheck, however, and Coleman Meyer found an open Austin Hogg in the slot, who beat Luinstra with a high wrister in a 5-1 Walkerton win. These two teams were at it again last night in Walkerton, with Kincardine dropping a close 3-2 decision. The Legion peewees will host Listowel Tuesday night at the Davidson Centre. For the full story, see this week's print edition. (Josh Howald photo)
By Josh Howald
There was no Bluewater Athletic Association banners to bring home Friday, but both the junior and senior girls basketball teams did leave the BAA Final Four tournament in Owen Sound with a couple of CWOSSA tournament berths.
Both Kincardine District Secondary School basketball teams are at CWOSSA today (Wednesday) and tomorrow in Guelph. The seniors opened the tournament with a five point loss to Southwood. Playing without the team's top defender, Jessica Satosek, KDSS played well in a 38-33 loss.
KDSS is in tough, with one loss and the next game against perennial CWOSSA contenders Bishop Mac.
The Kincardine Theatre Guild's production of Oliver! The Musical debuts tomorrow (Thursday) night at the Kincardine Centre for the Arts. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. Here, at dress rehearsal Sunday evening, Fagin, played by John Low, explains his line of work to Oliver (played by John Graham. (Josh Howald photo)
The Kincardine District Secondary School girls basketball program is gearing up for Bluewater Athletic Association Final Four Friday in Owen Sound.
Both the KDSS junior and senior girls basketball team have advanced to Friday's championship tournament after winning quarter-final playoff games earlier this week. The seniors hosted Walkerton District Central School on Monday, and ran to a 22-14 win over the Riverhawks. Robyn Quinn had a game high seven points for Kincardine. Kelsey Douglas led all WDCS scorers with six points. The win eliminated the Riverahawks, and sends KDSS to the BAA tournament tomorrow (Friday) at OSCVI in Owen Sound.
Hundreds of Canada Geese gathered on the lake between Lambton and Harbour Streets Wednesday evening after 6 p.m. to enjoy one of the few good days remaining. Perhaps they were discussing a trip south. (Eric Howald photo)
Jack Nancekivell, president of the Kincardine and Community Health Care Foundation, holds up the entry of the second place winner Ron McGarvey after the draw for a $5,000 travel voucher. The grand prize was won by Kincardine's Stephen Marcotte. The draw was held Sunday afternoon at Malcolm Place. (Josh Howald photo)
The Kincardine OldStars hockey team paid the hall rental cost for the Hockey Day in Kincardine fundraiser in support of Doug Kennedy. Here, Mike Reaume, left, presents a cheque to one of the event organizers, Warren Beisel of the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs. More than $50,000 was raised at the event. (submitted photo)