Dogs double up Wingham

The Kincardine Bulldogs are the only remaining unbeaten team in the Western Junior C hockey league.

The 'Dogs scored a 6-3 win earlier tonight (Friday) over the Wingham Ironmen at the Wescast Community Centre in Wingham.

Blake Underwood and Tim Dwinnell each had a goal and two assists, as Kincardine's big line once again paced the attack.

Tonight, Kincardine will try to make it five in a row when they host the Hanover Barons at the Davidson Centre in an 8 p.m. start.

For full details on Kincardine's weekend action, as well as the latest standings and league leaders, be sure to pick up Wednesday's edition of the Kincardine Independent.

West Hill edges out Knights

Jessilyn Wolfe takes the ball past a pair of West Hill Raiders during junior BAA soccer action yesterday at the Davidson Centre. Wolfe and the Knights lost 1-0. (Josh Howald photo)

The West Hill Raiders won a pair of soccer games yesterday in Kincardine.

The Kincardine District Secondary School Knights fell 1-0 in junior girls action, while the boys team was beaten 3-2.

See Wednesday's edition of The Kincardine Indpendent for full details and a complete round-up of the week's sporting action.

'Dogs to do battle with Wingham, Hanover

The Kincardine Bulldogs will be get the first real test in Western Junior C League action this weekend.

Tonight, the Bulldogs travel to Wingham to take on the Ironmen, as both clubs will put undefeated records on the line.

The Ironmen are 2-0, while Kincardine heads into weekend action with a 3-0 record.

Saturday night at home, the Bulldogs will host the 1-1 Hanover Barons. Last week the Barons scored a 5-4 win over the Walkerton Hawks.

Other action tonight will see the Walkerton, who is surprisingly still looking for its first win of the year, travel to Goderich to face the 1-2 Sailors. Meanwhile, the Western League's other winless team, the Mount Forest Patriots, will travel to Hanover to face the Barons.

Flying high

Sarah Durnin, 4, gives the ride a little help getting elevated at the Ripley Fall Fair’s midway Friday night. (Kiel Edge photo)

Junior soccer teams win in Chesley

The Kincardine District Secondary School junior soccer teams kicked off the season with wins yesterday.

Both the junior boys and the junior girls teams opened the Bluewater Athletic Associaiton (BAA) regular season yesterday in Chesley.

The girls team got goals from four different players and a shut out from Sam Bianco as the Knights beat the host Lady Cougars 4-0.

Meanwhile, the KDSS junior boys earned a 3-1 win over CDHS.

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Looking Back

Looking Back

From the Sept.20, 1978 edition of The Kincardine Idependent

*The Douglas Point Generating Station and Unit 1 of the Bruce A Generating Station were both in the throes of a shut down. Unit 1 has been down since Sept. 9 for warranty inspection of the turbine, and will be down until mid-October. Units 2 and 3 continued to operate at capacity, while construction of Unit 4 was on schedule. The 200-megawatt Douglas Point station was closed Sept. 8 for maintenance work and turbine inspection.

*Inez Brown, Miss Kincardine Fall Fair 1978, won the Miss Western Ontario crown at the Lucknow Fall Fair. Brown competed against 15 others for the title. Lucknow’s Sherri Jerome finished in third place. Brown was to advance to compete at the Miss Dominion of Canada contest the following summer.

Looking Back...

From the August 16, 1978 edition of The Kincardine Independent
  • More than 1,000 people turned out for the Kincardine Rotary Club’s sixth annual Lobster Boil. President Don Arscott said that about 500 lobster dinners and 600 fish and chip dinners were served at the event, which was held at the Community Centre. Though Arscott said the dinner was a success, he said the club would have liked to have sold another or 200 or 300 lobsters.
  • Driverless vehicles caused $1,700 in damages. A parked and unattended vehicle was left in gear at the Texaco gas station and rolled forward to strike the wall of a nearby motel room. The same day, a car at Zehrs rolled forward and struck another vehicle causing damage.

From under the rock

Thanks Eric, but you can use my name. I am the one you were referring to. I'm well protected by my rock and I'm very comfortable being under it.

Why can't we get rid of the hospital board? They must be like a union employee - that is of no value, a job for life. I got a real belly laugh when I heard the SBGHC head say in a radio interview: I don't know why the public went public and made such a fuss. Boy, he is out to lunch. I would hope the door strikes him severely on the posterior when he leaves, and maybe just enough to go forward and face down in whatever your readers wish.
I received first hand information on the reunion, as I have a small source. I don't need nor do I require names as the paper does the same thing; it gives you a mental challenge.

I read your diatribe and enjoyed it. Maybe Carol Mitchell is under a rock, but farther and deeper in the riding. She is a busy person and is always running out of breath running after McGuinty.