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Torrie Wins Award + Attack Lose In OT

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Oct 31/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports


Softball Canada Awards

Softball Canada announced the award recipients who will be recognized at the Softball Canada Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet on November 16th in Richmond, B.C. 

Owen Torrie of Williamsford is one of the recipients of the Claude Deschamps Memorial Fund 

Torrie was part of Canada’s pitching staff at the WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship in Prince Albert. In 2019, he played for both the Shallow Lake Sting (U19) and Owen Sound Selects (U23), capturing a gold medal at the U19 Men’s Canadian Championship and earning the Top Player of the Championship Round award. 

 

Softball Canada Release

Softball Canada is pleased to announce the award recipients who will be recognized at the Softball Canada Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet on November 16th, 2019 in Richmond, B.C. The Banquet will be held in conjunction with the Softball Canada Congress and Annual General Meeting which will take place from November 14-16. As previously announced, Christman Lee (Official, British Columbia), Melanie Matthews (Athlete, British Columbia), Mike Renney (Coach, British Columbia), Greg Timm (Builder, British Columbia) and Brian Van Os (Official, British Columbia) will be inducted into the Softball Canada Hall of Fame at this Banquet. The event will also feature the presentation for Doug Chase (Athlete) who was accepted to the WBSC Hall of Fame in 2017.
                                                                     
The Kahunaverse Sports Coach of the Year award will be presented to Ted Birdsall from Vancouver, B.C. Birdsall has been coaching competitively for ten years, with a proven record of success in the White Rock Renegades Fastpitch Club. In the last nine years, his teams have come home with seven Provincial medals and three Canadian Championship titles. Starting in 2010, Birdsall took his U12 Renegades ’99 all the way through U16, coaching them for six years and taking four gold medals and one bronze at Provincials, as well as winning the Canadian Championship in 2015. He went on to coach the U16 Renegades ’02 for two years, winning Provincial and Canadian Championship gold medals in 2018. In 2019, he coached the first year U16 Renegades ’04 to a Provincial gold medal in July followed by a Canadian Championship gold medal in August, going undefeated in Calgary.
 
New for 2019, Softball Canada will recognize both a Fast Pitch and Slo-Pitch Umpire of the Year presented by Home Run Sports (a division of Kahunaverse Sports).
 
Frankie Billingsley, from Edmonton, Alta. has been selected as the recipient of the Kahunaverse Sports Fast Pitch Umpire of the Year award. She has been a Level V Fast Pitch umpire since 2011 and obtained her WBSC Certification in 2013. Frankie has been quite active at the international level, umpiring at 2014 USA Softball World Cup, the 2017 Japan Cup and the 2016 and 2018 WBSC Women’s World Softball Championships. In 2019, she worked the Canada Cup and a pair of other high-profile international events, travelling to Lima for the Women’s Softball competition at the Pan American Games and then to Surrey, B.C. for the WBSC Americas Softball Olympic Qualifier, both held in August. She is also a leader off the field, co-producing a Softball Alberta education podcast series, co-leading the Instructor/Evaluator clinic and served as a presenter at the Blue Convention.
 
The recipient of the Kahunaverse Sports Slo-Pitch Umpire of the Year award is Steve Camus from Welland, Ont. Steve earned his Level V Slo-Pitch Certification in 2007 and became a certified WBSC Slo-Pitch umpire in 2011. At the international level, he worked at the 2011 World Senior Master’s Games, participated in an exchange with USA Softball to work their National Championship in 2012 and officiated at the 2016 WBSC Co-Ed World Cup. He remains active on the field and umpired at this year’s Men’s Canadian Slo-Pitch Championship in Moncton. Off the field, Steve leads the largest provincial program in the country as the Slo-Pitch Umpire in Chief for Softball Ontario. He is the Umpire-in-Chief for many major events and leads several clinics each year. He was the UIC for the 2018 Border Battle and has been a UIC or DUIC at several Canadian Championships.
 
The Rose Hodgson Volunteer of the Year award will be presented to long-time Softball BC volunteer Dave Brewer who now resides in Leduc, Alta. Dave began volunteering in the sport of softball shortly after moving to Trail, B.C. in 1976. He first became the president of  his local men’s Fast Pitch league, and was then asked to recruit, promote and develop adult Fast Pitch throughout the Kootenays region as senior coordinator from 1985 to 1990. He joined the Board of Directors of Softball BC from 1990-1996 before taking a step back and turned his focus towards officiating, become a District Umpire in Chief for the Kootenays from 2000-2008. He then rejoined Softball BC’s Board of Directors from 2008-2018, also serving as the province’s Umpire in Chief from 2013 until he moved to Alberta last year.
 
This year’s recipients of the Claude Deschamps Memorial Fund are Julia Berka from Surrey, B.C. and Owen Torrie from Williamsford, Ont.
 
Julia Berka recently began her post-secondary education at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Kinesiology. A member of the Surrey Storm 2001A team, she has competed in a total of eight Softball BC Provincial Championships and four Canadian Championships, winning a provincial bronze medal in 2019 and silver at both the Provincial and Canadian Championships in 2017. She is also an assistant coach with the Surrey Storm 2007A team and plans on continuing to coach and becoming a teacher. Julia is also a Level 1 softball umpire.
 
Owen Torrie began a two-year Powerline Technician program at Conestoga College this Fall. A member of the 2018 Junior Men’s National Team, Torrie was part of Canada’s pitching staff at the WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship in Prince Albert. In 2019, he played for both the Shallow Lake Sting (U19) and Owen Sound Selects (U23), capturing a gold medal at the U19 Men’s Canadian Championship and earning the Top Player of the Championship Round award. Torrie also enjoys playing various other sports including hockey and has volunteered at a number of softball and Canpitch clinics with the OASA.
 
The Ethel Boyce Memorial Award will be awarded to Kim Vibert from Calgary, Alta. and Brendan Hagerman from Napanee, Ont.
 
Kim Vibert is in her fourth year in Kinesiology at the University of Calgary, where she recently completed her fourth and final year with the Dinos softball team by winning a silver medal at the 2019 Canadian Collegiate Softball Association (CCSA) National Championship after winning bronze in 2018. Kim played in a total of three Canadian Championships – she was named to the tournament All-Star Team as an Outfielder in 2016 (U18) and 2018 (Women’s) – and represented Saskatchewan at the 2017 Canada Summer Games. A natural leader, she is interested in shifting her focus towards coaching.
 
Brendan Hagerman started his second year of a Business Administration degree at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ont. He represented Canada at the 2018 WBSC Junior Men’s Softball World Championship and was recently named to the 2020 Men’s National Team Athlete Pool. Brendan has played for the Napanee Express since 2013, winning a silver medal at the 2017 U18 Men’s Canadian Championship and gold at the U19 event in 2018 while being named to the tournament All Star Team as a Catcher at both events. He also won the 2019 PJHL Clarence Schmalz Cup (Junior C Hockey) as a member of the Napanee Raiders.
 
The Softball Canada Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet will be streamed on Softball Canada’s YouTube page starting at 8:00pm PST on Saturday, November 16 and will be available to be viewed later. A cocktail reception will begin at 6:00pm with the meal at 7:00pm.
 
In addition to these awards that will be presented at the Softball Canada Congress, Softball Canada will be announcing new Athlete of the Year award recipients sponsored by Home Run Sports (a division of Kahunaverse Sports) in late November.

 

Ontario Hockey League

Flint Firebirds 4 Owen Sound Attack 3 (OT)
Hamilton Bulldogs 5 Barrie Colts 4
 

Firebirds 4 Attack 3  (OT)

Evgeniy Oksentyuk capped a terrific performance by going coast to coast in overtime to score the game winner.
Oksentyuk had a 2 goal 3 point effort as the Firebirds moved into 1st place in the Ontario Hockey League's Western Conference.

The Flint trailed 2-0 going into the 3rd period before Oksentyuk & Riley McCourt with a rocket tied the game.
Down 3-2 with netminder Anthony Popovich on the bech for the extra attacker, captain Ty Dellandrea tied the game with a bank shot bbehind the goal line to mforce overtime

The win for Flint extends their franchise record win streak to 5 in a row.

Friday, the Firebirds are at Sarnia to face the Sting.

Attack captain Aidan Dudas scored twice & had a 3 point game while underage first rounder Deni Goure had the other Owen Sound marker

Sergei Popov had 3 assists in the loss.

With the point for losing in overtime, Owen Sound moves to 8-3-1 & 1m good for 1st in the Midwest Division

Friday, Owen Sound is at Kitchener to face the Rangers in a divisional matchup. ( 7 pm for Terry's Trailer Service-Kia of Owen Sound Bearadio on 560 CFOS )

 

1st Period
1, Owen Sound, Goure 3 (Popov, Dudas), 11:42. 

Penalties-Woolley Os (interference), 3:40; McCourt Flnt (unsportsmanlike cnd.), 19:30; Woolley Os (hooking), 19:30.


2nd Period
2, Owen Sound, Dudas 5 (Popov, Lyle), 3:30 (PP). 

Penalties-Oksentyuk Flnt (slashing), 2:51; McMaster Os (cross checking), 7:51; Holmes Flnt (tripping), 11:13; Philip Os (hooking), 12:08; Samanski Os (interference), 15:39.


3rd Period
3, Flint, Oksentyuk 5   0:48. 
4, Flint, McCourt 4   5:49. 
5, Owen Sound, Dudas 6 (Groulx, Popov), 8:42. 
6, Flint, Dellandrea 7 (Oksentyuk, Kolyachonok), 19:50. 

Penalties-No Penalties


OT Period
7, Flint, Oksentyuk 6   1:45. 

Penalties-No Penalties


Shots on Goal
Flint 9-6-11-1-27
Owen Sound 16-7-12-3-38.

Goalies
Flint, Popovich 7-2-0-0 (38 shots-35 saves)
Owen Sound, Guzda 6-3-1-1 (27 shots-23 saves)

Power Play Opportunities
Flint 0 / 3
Owen Sound 1 / 2


Referees-Ryan Elbers (9), Anthony Tapper (37).
Linesmen-Michael Johnstone (41), Kevin McArthur (47)

Attendance = 2,455




Bulldogs 5 Colts 4

Jan Jenik scored twice and had a 3 point game as the Bulldogs shaded barrie in a school day game

Overage defenceman Kade Landry, sniper Arthur Kaliyev and Logan Morrison also scored for Hamilton.

Tyson Foerster scored twice for Barrie while overage forward Jacob Tortora and Matej Pekar had single markers for the Colts

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Flint                    13 10 3 0 0 20
Owen Sound    13 8 3 1 1 18
Saginaw            16 9 6 1 0 19
Windsor             13 9 3 1 0 19
Kitchener           13 6 3 2 2 16
Erie                     14 7 5 0 2 16
Guelph               13 6 4 1 2 15
London               12 6 4 1 1 14
Sault Ste Marie 15 6 8 1 0 13
Sarnia                  13 5 8 0 0 10


EASTERN CONFERENCE

Oshawa           14 11 2 0 1 23
Sudbury          16 9 7 0 0 18
Peterborough 14 10 4 0 0 20
Ottawa            13 9 4 0 0 18
Barrie              14 8 5 0 1 17
Hamilton         16 7 8 1 0 15
Niagara           15 5 7 2 1 13
Mississauga   13 4 9 0 0 8
North Bay        14 3 11 0 0 6
Kingston          14 1 10 2 1 5



Kia CHL Top 10 Rankings – Week 7

Sherbrooke Phoenix (13-1-2-0)
Edmonton Oil Kings (10-1-3-0)
Oshawa Generals (11-2-0-1)
Prince Albert Raiders (9-2-3-0)
Chicoutimi Sagueneens (10-3-2-0)
Moncton Wildcats (12-3-0-0)
Cape Breton Eagles (12-4-0-0)
Owen Sound Attack (8-3-0-1)
Everett Silvertips (9-3-0-0)
Flint Firebirds (9-3-0-0)

 

Honourable Mention:

Peterborough Petes (10-4-0-0)
Portland Winterhawks (8-3-0-1)
Windsor Spitfires (9-3-1-0)

 

TEAM OHL LEADERSHIP GROUP ANNOUNCED FOR 2019 CIBC CANADA RUSSIA SERIES

The Ontario Hockey League, in collaboration with the Canadian Hockey League and Hockey Canada, today announced the leadership group for Team OHL ahead of the 2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series.
Owen Sound Attack forward Aidan Dudas will lead Team OHL, wearing the 'C' for both Games 3 and 4 set for Thursday November 7 in Kitchener and Monday November 11 in London. He'll be joined by assistant captains Kevin Bahl of the Ottawa 67's and Ty Dellandrea of the Flint Firebirds.

A 19-year-old from Parry Sound, Ont., Dudas leads the Attack in scoring with 18 points (4-14--18) through 12 games this season. The Owen Sound captain is in the midst of his fourth OHL season after being the club's first round (10th overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection. The 5-foot-8, 168Ib. centre was a fourth round (113th overall) pick of the Los Angeles Kings in 2018 and has amassed 166 points (69-97--166) over 204 career OHL regular season contests, tacking on an additional 15 career (9-6--15) postseason points over 33 contests. Known across the league as a fierce competitor, Dudas was voted the Western Conference's hardest worker in the 2018-19 OHL Coaches Poll.
Dudas has represented Hockey Canada on the world stage three different times, winning silver with Canada Black at the 2016 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge where he recorded five points (1-4--5) over six contests. He then won gold at the 2017 Hlinka Gretzky Cup before representing Canada at the 2018 IIHF World Under-18 Hockey Championship in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk, Russia.

Ottawa 67's fourth-year defenceman Kevin Bahl will join Dudas as an assistant as he suits up for Team OHL in his third CIBC Canada Russia Series. The 6-foot-7, 240Ib. native of Mississauga, Ont. has four points (2-2--4) through 13 games this season after helping the 67's win an Eastern Conference title last spring. Bahl has registered 60 points (10-50--60) over 196 career OHL regular season contests and was a second round (55th overall) pick of the Arizona Coyotes in 2018. The former second round (31st overall) OHL Priority Selection choice back in 2016 has appeared in 26 career OHL playoff contests, recording 11 points (1-10--11) along the way.

Bahl has represented Canada internationally three different times, competing for Canada Red at the 2016 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge before winning gold at the 2017 Hlinka Gretzky Cup. He also represented Canada at the 2018 IIHF World Under-18 Hockey Championship, putting up three points (1-2--3) over five games.
Nineteen-year-old Ty Dellandrea has tallied 14 points (6-8--14) over 10 games for the 9-3-0-0 Flint Firebirds who are off to their best start in club history. The Firebirds captain is in the midst of his fourth OHL season after being the club's first round (5th overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection. Dellandrea has amassed 160 points (68-92--160) over 194 career OHL regular season games and was a first round (13th overall) pick of the Dallas Stars in the 2018 NHL Draft. The 6-foot-1, 190Ib. native of Port Perry, Ont. made his professional debut following the end of last season, recording three points (2-1--3) over 11 games with the AHL's Texas Stars. Dellandrea fared well in the 2018-19 OHL Coaches Poll, being voted the Western Conference's best faceoff man as well as the conference's second-best playmaker.

Dellandrea is a four-time representative of Hockey Canada, suiting up for Canada Red at the 2016 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge before winning a gold medal at the 2017 Hlinka Gretzky Cup. He competed in both the 2017 and 2018 IIHF World Under-18 Hockey Championships, registering five points (2-3--5) over a combined total of 10 games.
All three players were invited to Hockey Canada's National Junior Team Summer Showcase.
In 16 years of competition against the Russian National Junior Team, the OHL has played to a record of 25-6-1 following a 3-1 win in Sarnia and a 4-0 loss in Oshawa last season.

2019 CIBC Canada Russia Series Schedule:

Game 1 – Monday November 4 at Saint John, NB
Game 2 – Tuesday November 5 at Moncton, NB
Game 3 – Thursday November 7 at Kitchener, ON
Game 4 – Monday November 11 at London, ON
Game 5 – Wednesday November 13 at Saskatoon, SK
Game 6 – Thursday November 14 at Prince Albert, SK



Ontario Junior Hockey League

Georgetown Raiders 2 Collingwood Colts 1
Buffalo Jr Sabres 4 Pickering Panthers 2   
Toronto Jr Canadiens 3 Cobourg 3 ( 2OT )
 

Raiders 2 Colts 1  ( 2OT)

Nolan Lowe scored the winner for Georgetown in double overtime

Payton Schaly had the goal for Collingwood

Tomorrow night, the Colts are at Burlington to go against the Cougars


Period 1
(no scoring)

Period 2
Georgetown - Graeme McCrory (Mitchell Hewitson, Craig Spence) 2:59
Collingwood - Payton Schaly (Will Redick, Justin Kyle) 19:01

Period 3
(no scoring)

Overtime
(no scoring)

2nd Overtime
Georgetown - Nolan Lowe (Eric Russell, Craig Spence) 2:03


Tonight

Stouffville Spirit at Brantford 99'ers 7:30 PM
Trenton Golden hawks at St Michaels Buzzers 7:30 PM
 


North Division

Collingwood 18 9 6 1 2 21
Stouffville 18 9 8 0 1 19
Markham 18 8 8 0 2 18
Pickering 16 7 9 0 0 14
Aurora  18 3 12 0 3 9


West Division

Oakville 18 14 3 1 0 29
Burlington 18 13 4 1 0 27
Georgetown 17 9 4 2 2 22
Brantford 16 8 8 0 0 16
Milton              17 5 9 2 1 13
Buffalo 15 6 8 0 1 13


South Division

Tor Patriots 18 15 2 0 1 31
Tor Jr Can 19 11 4 2 2 26
St Michaels 19 8 8 0 3 19
Mississauga 19 7 9 1 2 17
North York 18 6 8 1 3 16
Brampton 18 7 11 0 0 14
 

East Division

Wellington 19 15 3 1 0 31
Trenton 21 14 6 0 1 29
Whitby             17 7 6 1 3 18
Cobourg 18 5 9 3 1 14
Lindsay 19 3 14 1 1 8




Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

Bradford Bulls 5 Bancroft Rockhounds 2

Hughie Sheppard scored twice for the Bulls

The Knights of Meaford start a stretch of 4 games in 4 days all on the road tonight when they visit the New Tecumseth to Civics.
 

North Division

New Tecumseth 18 14 4 0 0 28
Bradford Bulls 14 10 4 0 0 20
Temiscaming      12 9 3 0 0 18
Ville-Marie          13 8 4 0 1 17
West Nipissing 16 8 8 0 0 16
Bradford Rattlers 13 7 6 0 0 14
South Muskoka 15 6 7 0 2 14
Almaguin          17 6 10 0 1 13
Meaford            8 5 3 0 0 10
Bancroft          15 5 10 0 0 10
Ottawa              16 1 15 0 0 2


South Division

North York 15 11 3 0 1 23
St. George 12 11 1 0 0 22
Kingsville 15 9 3 0 3 21
Windsor 15 7 6 0 2 16
Durham 16 8 8 0 0 16
Niagara 13 6 6 0 1 13
Northumberland 13 4 6 0 3 11
Tottenham 14 4 9 0 1 9
Toronto 15 4 11 0 0 8
London 9 4 5 0 0 8




PJHL West

Mooretown Flags 5 Wheatley Sharks 2


PJHL South

Glanbrook Rangers 4 Dundas Blues 3  (OT)


The PJHL Players of Month for the Pollock Division in October have been announced;

The Miller Insurance MVP of the Month is Ryley Cribbin of the Mount Forest Patriots

The Howick Insurance Rookie of the Month is Ryan Goetz from the Hanover Barons


Pollock Division Standings 

Wingham 15 11 3 1 0 23
Mount Forest 13 10 2 1 0 21
Mitchell 14 8 5 0 1 17
Kincardine 12 7 5 0 0 14
Hanover 12 6 5 0 1 13
Walkerton 14 2 11 0 1 5
Goderich 14 2 12 0 0 4

 

PJHL Carruthers Division Tonight

Alliston Hornets at Orillia Terriers 7:30 PM
Schomberg Cougars at Stayner Siskins 8:00 PM


Carruthers Division Standings

Stayner 12 8 4 0 0 16
Orillia      12 8 4 0 0 16
Alliston 11 7 2 0 2 16
Schomberg 15 7 6 1 1 16
Penetang 13 7 6 0 0 14
Caledon 14 5 7 1 1 12
Huntsville 12 4 8 0 0 8
Midland 13 4 9 0 0 8



Bluewater South Senior Girls Basketball

Sacred Heart Crusaders 27 Saugeen District Royals 15


Senior Girls Basketball Standings

South

Walkerton (A) 8 7 1 14
Kincardine (A)             7 5 2 10
Sacred Heart (AA) 8 4 4 8
J Diefenbaker (AA) 8 3 5 6
Saugeen (AA) 7 0 7 0


North

Georgian Bay (A) 10 8 2 16
St. Mary's (AA) 9 7 2 14
Owen Sound (AAA) 10 7 3 14
Grey Highlands (AA) 10 4 6 8
Peninsula Shores (A) 9 3 6 6
Bruce Peninsula (A) 10 0 10 0


 
Bluewater South Junior Girls Basketball

Sacred Heart Crusaders 30 Saugeen District Royals 28
Kincardine District Knights 38 John Diefenbaker Trojans 13


Junior Girls Basketball Standings

South

Walkerton (A) 8 8 0 16
Sacred Heart (AA) 8 6 2 12
Kincardine (A)             7 3 4 6
Saugeen (AA) 7 2 5 4
J Diefenbaker (AA) 8 0 8 0


North

St. Mary's (AA) 5 4 1 8
Bruce Peninsula (A) 5 4 1 8
Owen Sound (AAA) 6 3 3 6
Georgian Bay (A) 6 0 6 0




Bluewater North Senior Boys Volleyball

at St Mary's High School

Owen Sound District Wolves 2 St. Mary's Mustangs 0
St. Mary's Mustangs 2 Peninsula Shores Phoenix 0


Senior Boys Volleyball Standings

North

St. Mary's (AA) 6 5 1 10
Owen Sound (AAA) 5 3 2 6
Peninsula Shores (A) 5 0 5 0


South

Sacred Heart (AA) 5 4 1 8
Saugeen (AA) 5 2 3 4
Walkerton (A) 6 2 4 4

 

Bluewater North  Junior Boys Volleyball

at St Mary's High School, Owen Sound

St. Mary's Mustangs 2 Owen Sound District Wolves 0
St. Mary's Mustangs 2 Georgian Bay Thunder 0
Owen Sound District Wolves 2 Georgian Bay Thunder 0


Junior Boys Volleyball Standings

North

St. Mary's (AA) 12 12 0 24
Owen Sound (AAA) 12 7 5 14
Bruce Peninsula (A) 12 6 6 12
Grey Highlands (AA) 12 5 7 10
Georgian Bay (A) 12 0 12 0


South

Sacred Heart (AA) 10 10 0 20
Walkerton (A) 12 8 4 16 17
Saugeen (AA) 10 5 5 10
Kincardine (A)              10 2 8 4
J Diefenbaker (AA) 12 2 10 4




The Bluewater Football Championship is tomorrow afternoon at Victoria Park in owen Sound.

The Owen Sound District Wolves face the St Mary's Mustangs

Kickoff time tomorrow is 2 pm

 

 

Wednesday Morning Ladies Bowling League

Ron Downs at Royal LePage & Krueger Custom Steel both had 33 points on the day

Brenda Gamble had the high single & Darlene Wiseman rolled the high triple

Suzanne Turp from participation Lodge rolled a career high 113




Owen Sound Puffer Hockey

Thom Construction 5 M & M Food Market 4

Terry Harris scored the game winning goal for Thom Construction


Great Lakes Drywall 7 Tamming Law 1

Chris Jones scored twice for Great lakes Drywall


Hobart's 3 Gary Byers Sound & Lighting 2

Aaron Murray had a 2 goal game for Hobart's



Minor Hockey

Bantam

Chatsworth Howell Transport Rebels 4 Walkerton Capitals 2

Emmett Jackson scored twice for Howell Transport while Jackson Greig & Aiden Callahan-Cummings added singles



Owen Sound Futsal

Under 10

McGregor Auto 7 CSN VR Collision 6
TD Bank 9 King Courier 3
 

McGregor Auto 7 CSN VR Collision 6

Goal scorers for McGregor Auto were; Cole Kamrath 2, Wyatt Baker 2,Bryson Lantz 2, and Ben DeBoer 1.

Goal scorers for VR Collision were; Benjamin Ditkovsky 2, Wyatt Stafford 3, and
Cole McKee-Highfield 1.


TD Bank 9 King Courier 3

Goal scorers for TD Bank were; Zoey Lute 1, Hunter Ward 3, Nathan Baker 1, Nicholas Thompson 3, and Vincent Johnston 1.

Goal scorers for King Courier were; Connor Vigliotti 2, and Nicholas Thompson 1.


 

Minor Lacrosse Executive

Owen Sound Minor Lacrosse Association nominated the 2019/2020 Board this week.

The President for the upcoming season is Sharon McKeachnie

Among the notable members of the new board is CFOS announcer Marc Butuk who is the Referee In Chief and Tournament Convenor.
 

Past President-Troy Bonterre
President-Sharon McKeachnie
1st Vice-Jenn Morrison
2nd Vice-Jess Walker
3rd Vice-Kelly Wilkins
Treasurer-Shelly Shakes
Secretary-Megan McCartney
Registrar-Lindsay Lavalley
Scheduler-Daryl Hindle
Referee In Chief and Tournament Convenor-Marc Butuk
Sponsors & 50/50 Director-Sandy Barfoot
Website-Sean Mason
Equipment Manager-Jason Hellyer
Directors: Beth Bisson, Adam McKeachnie, Amber McIlmoyle, Emily McKeachnie, Aaron Hornick, Scott Luckhardt, Brandy McLaurin, Ethan Woods, Andrew Barfoot, Andrew Reid, Gail Elliott, Meredith Keeshig, Tom Merrifield, Cynthia Masters, Sarah Kerr, Chris McGregor


 

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