Posts Tagged ‘Sarnia Sports’

Sarnia team wins bronze medal in lawn bowling championship held locally

Bronze Women Novice 2014 - District 2 Sue MacDonald, Sandy Symes, Mary Winter

A Sarnia team won a bronze medal when the Ontario Novice Triples Lawn Bowling Championships were held in Sarnia on Sept. 6 and 7. Sixteen men’s teams and 16 women’s teams from across the province competed in the annual championships, held this year at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club. Novice competitions are for bowlers of […]

Sarnia Sting crushes London Knights in 7-1 contest

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By DAVE BORODY There are a number of players the Sarnia Sting will count on heavily this season as they make their way up the standings in the Ontario Hockey League. Two of those players are forwards Nikita Korostelev and Alexandre Renaud. The pair responded in a big way as the Sting crushed the London […]

Jay Clarke scores twice as Sarnia Legionnaires shut out St. Thomas Stars

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Cornel Felder and Hunter Johnson combined for a shutout Thursday night as the Sarnia Legionnaires down the St Thomas Stars 4-0, improving to 3-0-0 in preseason action. The Legionnaires started the scoring midway through the first period when Jay Clarke scored two goals just 34 seconds apart. The first goal came at the 10:59 mark […]

Sarnia Sting announce community tour

In partnership with Scotiabank and Badder Bus, the Sarnia Sting have announced their 2014-15 Community Tour. The Community Tour will make its first stop on Friday, September 19 at the Watford Community Arena before the Sarnia Sting’s 2014-15 campaign officially gets underway. In total, the Community Tour will visit six arenas across the region over […]

Sarnia Sting signs Jake O’Donnell to standard player agreement

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The Sarnia Sting has signed Jake O’Donnell to a standard player agreement with the club. Selected 61st overall in the 2014 OHL Priority Selection, O’Donnell is a two-way defenseman who is very responsible in his own zone, yet has the skill-set to contribute offensively. Last year, O’Donnell recorded 12 points in 31 games with the […]

Sarnia Sting down Saginaw Spirit in 3-2 shootout

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Jordan Kyrou was the hero in the shootout Monday afternoon as the Sarnia Sting began the preseason with a win against the Saginaw Spirit. The Sarnia Sting started the scoring as Ryan Vendramin made it 1-0 midway through the first period, with Kevin Spinozzi and Connor Schlicting picking up the assists. That lead held up […]

Legionnaires win 5-4 at home to Chatham

Opening Faceoff Wednesday Night between Sarnia and Chatham

Sarnia Legionnaires won a hard fought battle with the Chatham Maroons to improve to 2-0-0 in preseason action Wednesday, squeaking out a 5-4 win. For the second straight game the Legionnaires would start the third period playing catch up. But unlike in St. Thomas, this time they only trailed the Maroons by a 3-2 margin. […]

Late surge gives Sarnia Legionnaires a 6-4 win over St. Thomas Stars

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The Sarnia Legionnaires opened the preseason with a come from behind win in St. Thomas last night, Ryan Lyle and Shawn Moulis led the way. The Legionnaires started the scoring just 50 seconds into the second frame, with Moulis scoring the game’s first goal, assisted by Nick Sproviero. The Stars would answer back with four […]

Sarnia Minor Rookie Braves head to the OBA Championship as LDBA Champs!

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The Sarnia Minor Rookie Braves finished 4-0 last weekend to become the LDBA Champions. The Minor Rookie Braves had a strong season, finishing 1st in the LDBA with a 31-12-1 record. The Braves then went undefeated this past weekend in the LDBA Playoffs to become league champs. The team now gets ready for a trip […]

OPINION: Fighting, headshots and the rules that change as a result

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By JON MAILLET Last week OHL Commissioner David Branch released some new rule changes addressing staged fights and head hits in the Ontario Hockey League. It is no secret that Branch has targeted fighting in recent years, and given the attention to concussions, has been met with some fanfare. Granted, this issue of fighting is […]