Ontario Hockey League Playoffs
Western Conference Quarterfinals
Kitchener Rangers 3 Plymouth Whalers 1
Ryan Murphy scored the game winner on a power-play and Brandon Maxwell had a 35 save performance in goal for the Rangers
Plymouth leads the best of 7; 2-1
Guelph Storm 7 Saginaw Spirit 3
Taylor Beck scored twice for Guelph who lead the series 2 games to 1.
Michael Latta continues his strong post season, picking up 3 points for the Storm
Windsor Spitfires 6 Erie Otters 2
The Spitifres exploded for 3 goals in a 62 second span early in the 3rd Period to bust open a tight game.
Jack Campbell made 30 saves for Windsor who have won 2 in a row and lead the best of 7; 2-1
Eastern Conference Quarterfinal
Sudbury Wolves 5 Ottawa 67's 3
Former Owen Sound Attack forward Mike Lomas scored for Sudbury who lead the series 2-0
Game stories & more are posted under " Latest Sports Stories "
Ontario Hockey League Playoffs Tonight
Western Conference Quarterfinal
London Knights at Owen Sound Attack
The best of 7 is tied 1-1
Game time is 7 pm at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore
Following the game, join Rico Zorzati for the Bear's Den at Shorty's Classic Grill on CFOS
The Owen Sound Attack Pak is heading to London on Thursday night for Game 4 of the playoff series against the Knights.
There are seats available on the bus for fans interested in going to the game at the John Labatt Centre.
To book your seat, or for more information, see the Attack Pak at their booth on Tuesday night during Game 3 or call Helen at 934-2318
Ontario Junior C Quarterfinal
Belle River Canadiens 5 Wheatley Sharks 2
Belle River leads the best of 7; 3-1
Wednesday, the Walkerton Hawks host the Alliston Hornets in Game 4 of their Quarterfinal
Alliston leads the best of 7; 2-1
Game time tomorrow is 8:30 pm at the Walkerton Community Arena
Team Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing's Iain Hayden wrapped up the CSRA Ontario Provincial Pro Open Snowcross Championship at Kitchener with podium finishes on Saturday and Sunday.
Hayden, who is from Holland Center, led the provincial points chase all season.
A bus trip has been organized to see the Toronto Rock game on Saturday April 8th against the Buffalo Bandits.
Two coaches coaches will going, departing from Wiarton at 3 pm with a pick up in Owen Sound
The cost of the trip & game ticket is $ 60
To book your seat, or for more information, call Chris at 519-534-5413
Blue Water Farmer's Bonspiel
The Jim Irons rink won the Tannahill Family Trophy
The Irons rink includes Bob Chisholm, Bob McKenzie & Wayne Duquette
The Jean Walker rink won the Carl Morrison Memorial Trophy
Wall Tech Curling
at the Grey Granite Club:
Fred Ruddle 10 Gary Adams 7
Fred Parsons 8 Rob Lipka 2
Bob Morrison 9 Richard Graham 8
Gord Kletzel 9 Andrew Smith 2
Wayne McDonald 9 Jim Gardhouse 4
Wayne McDonald along with Torben Hawksbridge, Dennis Grummett and Bruce Jobe finished first to win the Wall Tech Drywall Trophy.
Bob Morrison, Doug Bumstead, Jim McGill and John Anderson were the runners-up.
The Wayne McDouald rink will play Gord Kletzel's First Draw team of Dave Smith, Dennis Grummett and Rick Calder, tomorrow night at 7 pm for the Men's Club Championship.
Western Regional Novice Ringette
St Mary's 8 Owen Sound Bayshore Skate Sharpening Extreme 2
Southwest Lower Lakes League Girls
Saugeen Maitland Lightning 3 Bluewater Hawks 2
Brooklyn Irwin scored on her shootout attempt to lead the Lightning to the division championship.
The Lightning will now advance to the Championship weekend tournament in Oshawa on April 3rd
Georgian Bay Peewee Consolation Championship
Owen Sound Hyundai Attack 4 Midland 3
Trent Duncan scored twice for Hyundai who swept the series 3 games to none
Kick It Up Dance Competition
at Blue Mountain Resort
Dancemakers of Owen Sound won 11 awards
Among the Group awards the Novice Ballet Small Group & Novice Acro Small Group finished first overall.
Abby Moore & Anna Beckett received Gold standings for their performances