The Brussels Curling Club held its yearly bonspiel on the weekend. There were 10 teams on each draw to fill the five ice surfaces.
The Clinton Radars have jumped out to a 3-1 lead in their best-of-seven Western Ontario Athletics Association (WOAA) Senior Hockey semi-final series against the Tillsonburg Thunder.
Team Cottrill, consisting of Belgrave couple Shawn and Katie Cottrill, will be competing in their fifth-straight Canadian Mixed Doubles National Championship later this year, though not as Team Ontario.
The Blyth Brussels Atom Rep Crusaders traded victories with the Mariposa Lightning over the weekend, maintaining a one-game lead in the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) Atom 'C' semi-final playoffs.
The Wingham Ironmen have jumped to a 3-0 series lead over the Kincardine Bulldogs in the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) playoffs.
The Ontario Mixed Doubles Tour Championship, held in Wingham over the weekend, has been hailed as a success by organizers Shawn and Katie Cottrill.
The Clinton Radars eliminated the Seaforth Centenaires from the postseason over the weekend, winning back-to-back games in Clinton and Seaforth.
After eliminating the Wingham Ironmen in Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) action, the Blyth Brussels Atom Rep Crusaders have taken the first step towards winning their semifinal series against Mariposa.
St. Anne's Catholic Secondary School and South Huron District High School captured the top spots at the Huron Curling Championships that were held at the Wingham Golf and Curling Club last week.
As the season winds down, there is still a number of Blyth Brussels Crusaders teams on the ice hoping for one last push into the postseason.
The first round Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior Hockey playoff series between the Seaforth Centenaires and the Clinton Radars is tied at two games apiece with each team earning wins on home ice.
The Wingham Ironmen swept the Walkerton Hawks in the first round of the North Pollock Division playoffs in the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
The Citizen is a finalist for two Better Newspaper Competition Awards, handed out by the Ontario Community Newspaper Association (OCNA) in the general excellence and best sports photograph categories.
Team Cottrill, alongside the Wingham Golf and Curling Club, is hosting the first-ever Ontario Mixed Doubles Tour Championship later this month.
Matt Elligson of Blyth and Peter May of Goderich are behind the creation of Maitland Valley Grotto, a new indoor climbing facility in Goderich that is now open to the public.
The Provincial Junior Hockey League's 2019-2020 season ended over the weekend, leaving the Wingham Ironmen in second place in the North Pollock Division and the Goderich Flyers in second-last.
Blyth Brussels Crusaders' playoff runs were a mixed bag over the past week with teams posting wins and losses in their ongoing series.
While playoffs are fast approaching for Huron Heat teams, the coming weekend will see seven teams take part in various tournaments.