McCormick loses remaining
Heath McCormick of Sarnia needed to accept second place on the U.S. Olympic curling group trials.
McCormick misplaced to John Shuster 7-5 in Game Three of the best-of-three males’s remaining Saturday in Omaha., Neb.
Shuster, of Superior, Wis., will symbolize the United States on the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. He’s the primary American male roller to make 4 Olympic groups.
McCormick, who was born in Lansing, Mich., gained Game 1 within the remaining Thursday and misplaced 9-Four in Game 2 on Friday.
“We came here knowing that we were very capable of doing this,” McCormick stated in a USA Curling information launch. “We had the right attitude all week, we stayed positive, fought back a couple times when we needed to, and just unfortunately didn’t get it done.”
Shuster began Game Three with three factors within the first finish. McCormick replied with two within the second however was by no means capable of tie the rating.
McCormick scored one within the ninth for a 6-5 recreation, then Shuster used the hammer to get one level within the 10th.
Tournament raises $47Okay
The sixth annual Simon Warder Memorial Squash Tournament wrapped up Sunday on the Huron Oaks Squash Club in Bright’s Grove after elevating greater than $47,000.
Bluewater Health’s prostate most cancers clinic and St. Joseph’s Hospice will every obtain $23,700.
The event has raised $157,370 in reminiscence of native squash legend Simon Warder since its inception.
Nikki Todd of Regina beat Diana Garcia of Mexico within the women’s ultimate on the skilled aspect of the pro-am event Saturday. Ashley Davies of England gained the lads’s remaining over Chris Hanson of the United States.
The newbie finals have been Sunday.
“We will be back next year with an even bigger prize purse and even more pro players,” committee member Gary Delavigne stated in a information launch. “We had incredible sponsor support allowing us to bring in this 360-degree Show Glass court, giving fans old and new an opportunity to watch a squash match like never before.”
Flyers’ streak over
The Petrolia Flyers’ seven-game profitable streak ended Sunday with a Four-1 loss to the Admirals in Amherstburg.
The Flyers’ streak is the longest this season within the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Stobbs Division.
Kole Keating scored within the third interval after the Flyers (10-Eight-Zero-Three) had fallen behind Four-Zero.
Flyers goalies Jakob Knowles and Riley Collins mixed for 28 saves. Ben Larder made 37 for the Admirals (10-Eight-2-1), who tied the Flyers for fifth place.
On Saturday, the Flyers beat the Mooretown Flags Four-2 in entrance of 298 followers on the Mooretown Sports Complex.
The Flyers led Four-Zero after the primary interval as Zach VanEyk scored two objectives. Keating and Hunter Bryce added singles.
Garrett Miller and Logan Gardner scored for the Flags.
Knowles made 51 saves for the Flyers. Jake Wilkins made 33 for the fourth-place Flags (11-7-1-1).
On Friday, Flags goalie Nolan Hakr made 17 saves in a 5-Zero street loss to the Lakeshore Canadiens.
Lions cut up two video games
The Lambton Lions are Four-Three within the OCAA males’s basketball league after splitting two video games on the weekend at Lambton College.
They misplaced to the Sheridan Bruins 107-81 on Saturday after beating the Conestoga Condors 101-63 on Friday.
The Lions women’s workforce is Zero-7. Lambton misplaced to Sheridan 82-62 and to Conestoga 75-63.