Local Players Have OHL Goals

OHL teams picked their future with the Priority Selection.

A number of Huron-Perth Lakers and Grey-Bruce Highlanders were eligible for the draft.  Also eligible was former Huron-Perth Laker and current Wingham Ironmen forward Jamie Huber.  The Goderich native was selected by North Bay in the ninth round.  The 16-year old bypassed his major midget year to play Junior “C”.

Stratford native Keaton Middleton was highest on the list for local players, going in the third round, selected by Saginaw 50th overall.  Two Grey-Bruce Highlanders went in the tenth round.  Kitchener picked Owen Sound native Jordan Caskenette and Sault Ste. Marie selected Flesherton native Kyle Betts.

Clinton’s Holdyn Lansink went to Erie in the 12th round.  Tara’s Logan Freiburger went to Owen Sound in the 14th round and Stratford’s Jared Nash was selected by Guelph in the 15th round.