The Wingham Ironmen kicked off the long-awaited 2021-22 Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) season with a pair of wins over the Walkerton Hawks and the Goderich Flyers.
Volunteers spent Sunday afternoon preparing the curling arena for the upcoming season at the Walkerton Golf and Curling Club. The past two curling seasons were altered or interrupted by COVID-19 restrictions put in place by the province. With all curlers needing to be double vaccinated, along with a
Three long-time members of Walkerton FC are leaving the club – Jeff Roberts – past president for many years, and coach; Steve Cobean – referee co-ordinator, Lakeshore Soccer League president and scheduler, coach, referee (he did the majority of this summer’s games); and Bettyanne Cobean – treasurer.
Following the completion of another successful PGA Tour season, Corey Conners dropped by the Listowel Golf Club earlier in September for a round and some fellowship amongst his biggest fan base. Included was Listowel’s Grayson Carter, the 2021 junior champion at LGC, a title that Conners also held y
While Friday night’s score may not have accurately depicted how close the game actually was against the Stratford Warriors, the Listowel Cyclones still needed a big bounce-back game in their 2021-22 regular season home opener on Sept. 26 at the Steve Kerr Memorial Complex. And they certainly got it.
If the pre-season game Wednesday, Sept. 22 is any indication, Hawks fans are in for a thrilling season of PJHL action. The first period was scrambly and the visiting team kept the action close to the Hawks’ net, scoring twice before the end of the period. The Hawks settled down in the second and thi
It was a game that nearly didn’t happen at all due to scheduling issues with the officiating crew, but the Listowel Cyclones and Elmira Sugar Kings did ultimately wind up playing their final matchup of the GOJHL preseason on Sept. 17.
Director of Recreation and Community Services Vicky Luttenberger spoke at length to North Huron councillors regarding the staffing shortage at both the North Huron Wescast Community Complex and the Blyth Community Centre, saying if they didn’t make some changes, the options would be limited for keep
North Huron council received a letter, signed by the Wingham Minor Hockey Association executive, requesting that they reconsider the ice rates or consider some support for the upcoming season.
The Grey-Bruce Special Hockey Foundation is seeking participants and sponsors for the upcoming hockey season.