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  • Brantford Warriors waxed in Wilmott

    Brantford Warriors waxed in Wilmott0

    WILMOTT — A horrific start to Saturday’s Jr. C lacrosse matchup between the Brantford Warriors and the Wilmott Wild, in Wilmott, dug a 6-0 pit that Brantford couldn’t escape from, despite a valiant third period effort. In the end, the first place Wild won it 10-7, for its third win of the young season against

  • Caledonia Pro-Fit coach Mike Bullard

    Caledonia Pro-Fit coach Mike Bullard0

    Caledonia Pro-Fit coach Mike Bullard was pretty blunt when asked about Tuesday night’s Game 4, of their Sutherland Cup series against the underdog Listowel Cyclones, Tuesday night at the Haldimand Centre. The Corvairs were down three games to none before the game. “There’s no tomorrow,” he said. “Everybody is going to have to bring everything they got tonight.” Photo by Jim Windle

  • National Lacrosse League Unveils Its New Championship Trophy

    National Lacrosse League Unveils Its New Championship Trophy0

    PHILADELPHIA  – The National Lacrosse League (NLL), the largest men’s professional indoor lacrosse league in North America, recently unveiled its newly redesigned finals trophy, named the National Lacrosse League Cup. Featuring the NLL Star, the trophy reflects the League’s new brand direction and provides a dynamic design fit for a champion. The NLL Star, introduced

  • Corvairs to battle Cyclones for Sutherland Cup

    Corvairs to battle Cyclones for Sutherland Cup0

    CALEDONIA — On Wednesday the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs begin the last leg of a journey that began September 2017 with a 4-3 win over Elmira. Between then and Wednesday’s opening of the Sutherland Cup best-of-seven series against the Listowel Cyclones, Caledonia won 45 games, lost four and one OT loss for the best regular season

  • Corvairs find going tougher against Elmira

    Corvairs find going tougher against Elmira0

    CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs were one win away from sweeping the Elmira Sugar Kings Tuesday night in a game that will miss our deadline. That, after taking Game 3, 4-1 Monday night at the Haldimand Centre Arena. Jesse Barwell scored twice for the Corvairs with single goals scored by Sean O’Brien and Andrew Burns. Brandon McCorrison earned

  • Ducks being eaten by Sharks

    Ducks being eaten by Sharks0

    SAN JOSE, CA — The Anaheim Ducks had their collective backs against the wall going into Monday’s Game 3, down two games to none, in the first round of the NHL playoffs, best-of-seven series. The Ducks kept it close for the first 20 minutes, with Brandon Montour setting up a beautiful fake shot from the point and