The Wallaceburg Red Devils improved to 2-1 on the year with a 14-8 win over Guelph.
Opening night at South Buxton Raceway saw some familiar faces in the winner’s circle.
Trevor Bogaert led the Wallaceburg Tartans to a 30-7 Jr. boys football win over John McGregor Friday.
Sherry and Gary Lemesurier took over managing the track this year and made some changes to the track.
The Wallaceburg Red Devils lost 15-4 to Six Nations in Junior B lacrosse action.
Ontario’s governing Liberals will deliver the provincial budget today, which is expected to contain tax increases for tobacco products, aviation fuel and high-income earners.
Highbury Canco Corporation is still working to finalize a manufacturing, warehousing and distribution contract with HJ Heinz.
Chatham-Kent councillors are offering their full support in the effort to renovate the sports field at Lambton Kent Composite School.
The Essex 73’s are down but not out of the Schmalz Cup finals, as the series shifts back home for game three.
Belle River native and captain of the Barrie Colts Aaron Ekblad is the OHL’s Defenceman of the Year.