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Flyers and Flags both win in weekend Jr “C” action

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Chris Archer scored twice to lead the Alvinston Flyers to a 5-4 win over Blenheim in Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League action from Sunday night. Alvinston, now 4-1 on the season, will take on Mooretown on Thursday at the Sarnia Arena at 7:10 pm.   Mooretown has won four straight, including a 6-3 win […]

Flags, Flyers and Kings all win in Junior “C” hockey action on Friday

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The Mooretown Flags scored three times in the opening eleven minutes of play last night and held on for a 4-3 win at Belle River in Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League action on Friday night. Kurtis Glowa led the Flags with a goal and an assist. His goal was the eventual game winner late […]

MMA coming to RBC Centre in December

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Mixed Martial Arts is coming to Sarnia-Lambton. The RBC Centre will be the home of the first ever MMA event in Sarnia-Lambton on December 3, 2011. The event, called "MELTDOWN in the Valley," will be a full card of sanctioned professional bouts, consisting of fighters from the area, across Ontario and the United States.  This […]

Alvinston Flyers hit the win column with a victory in Dresden

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Clint Rose broke a 2-2 tie with a goal at 11:53 of the third period to lift the Alvinston Flyers to a 4-2 Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League win in Dresden on Friday night. Dan Warner, Joe Archer and Brett Dalton also scored for the Flyers, with Dalon's marker being an empty-netter in the […]

Sting ready to kick off a new OHL season

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By DAVE BORODY After a flurry of activity during the off-season, the Sarnia Sting is ready to embark on what many predict could be their most memorable and exciting season ever. The Sting will being their 17th year in the Ontario Hockey League when they play host to the Erie Otters on Friday night. Game […]

Sting’s opening night lineup begins to take shape

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The Sarnia Sting has added additional depth to its lineup by claiming 17-year-old centre Adam Chapman off waivers from the Soo Greyhounds. Chapman, an eighth round draft choice of the Greyhounds in 2010, had two goals and three assists in 42 games with the Soo last season. He was also involved in five fights last […]

Alvinston and St. Thomas will play game five next week for St. Thomas and District League title

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The Alvinston Indians played host to the St. Thomas Storm on Thursday evening in Alvinston.  On what was a chilly night, a nice crowd was still on hand, for what ended up being a roller coaster of a game.     Alvinston and starter Kyle Crawford escaped harm in the first, when they left two […]

Indians and Storm rained out last night. Game four tonight

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The Alvinston Indians will try again tonight (Thursday, Sept. 15) to close out the best of five St. Thomas and District Fastball League final. The Indians will host the St. Thomas Storm tonight at 8 pm, leading the championship series, two games to one. The game was originally scheduled for last night (Wed), but was […]

Indians fall to St. Thomas. Game four in Alvinston tonight

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The St. Thomas Storm edged the Alvinston Indians, 3-2 in Fingal on Tuesday night to narrow the Indians lead in the best-of-five St. Thomas and District Fastball League final to two games to one. After Alvinston had erased a 2-0 deficit on RBI singles by Chris Drew and Jamie Shields in the sixth inning, the […]

Lambton Shores wins its Junior “B” season opener in a shootout

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Cody Trowell's shootout goal made Mark Davis a 5-4 winner over LaSalle in his debut as coach of the Lambton Shores Predators of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League The Preds clawed back from deficits of 3-1 and 4-3 to send the game into extra time before 351 fans on Saturday night at the Shores […]