Alec McGregor kept the McGregor Panthers' winning streak alive and Lauren Edwards ended the Ridgetown Royals' drought Thursday.
CKSS, Ursuline, McGregor honour top athletes
The annual Dr. Jack Parry Awards ceremony will be Thursday at the Ursuline College Chatham theatre at 7 p.m.
It was a golden day for the Golden Hawks.
The host Pain Court Patriotes split two games Friday and missed the playoffs at the OFSAA 'A' girls soccer championship.
The host Pain Court Patriotes were 1-1 on the opening day of the OFSAA 'A' girls soccer championship Thursday.
McGregor Panthers head coach Tom Page didn't mind a a few players telling him, “I told you so,” after their biggest win of the season.
Confident but not cocky, the Chatham-Kent Golden Hawks are right where they expected to be.
The wait is nearly over for the Pain Court Patriotes, who have known since last year they'd end this season at the OFSAA championship.
Camille Blain of Chatham-Kent won two more individual events Saturday to finish with three wins at the OFSAA West Regional track and field meet.
Emma Pegg of Chatham-Kent broke a 36-year-old record in the midget girls' 400 metres at the OFSAA West Regional track and field meet Friday in Windsor.
The McGregor Panthers beat Lamothe-Cadillac 2-0 in the SWOSSAA 'A' senior boys' soccer final Thursday.
The Chatham-Kent Golden Hawks survived a late scare to earn a trip to the OFSAA 'AAA' girls soccer championship Wednesday.
The Northern Vikings' season was almost over before it began.
With nine fifth-year players, the Ursuline Lancers are loaded with experience.
The Chatham-Kent Golden Hawks got their revenge Tuesday.
High school sports were postponed again Monday due to the latest weather alert from Environment Canada.
James Clarke has seen plenty of high school games called off due to snow and fog, but he can't recall any before Friday being postponed because of air pollution.
One bad inning was the Wallaceburg Tartans' downfall in the LKSSAA baseball final Thursday.