As part of the Seaforth Centenaires' final game of the season, a 4-3 win over the Tavistock Royals, the team held a special hockey appreciation night on Saturday.
Allison Stevenson of Walton, the 17-year-old daughter of Ron and Nicole Stevenson, is currently living her Junior hockey dream as a member of the Kitchener-Waterloo Rangers.
For five years, Olivia McArter of Brussels has been pushing to get her hometown named the winner of Kraft's Hockeyville and 2020 is even more important on the village's calendar.
Despite some inclement weather on Saturday, several Blyth Brussels Crusaders teams were in action as the local hockey season begins its final act.
With just over a week left in the season, the Wingham Ironmen have increased their lead in the Provincial Junior Hockey League's North Pollock Division to three points over the Mount Forest Patriots.
A group of former NHL superstars made its way to Goderich on Sunday to take on a team of Goderich firefighters in a charity game aimed at raising money for the Huron Residential Hospice near Clinton.
On Jan. 17 the Seaforth Centenaires look to extend a two-game winning streak after downing the Petrolia Squires and the Milverton 4 Wheel Drives over the weekend.
Several Huron Heat girls' hockey teams found themselves in tournament action over the weekend, while others stayed close to home to take on their opponents.
The Wingham Ironmen posted three big wins over the weekend, overtaking the Mount Forest Patriots to reclaim first place in the Provincial Junior Hockey League North Pollock Division standings.
Local Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior A hockey clubs, the Clinton Radars and Seaforth Centenaires only had one match over the weekend and it was against each other where the Radars posted a convincing 7-3 win
The Blyth Brussels Atom Rep Crusaders swept the annual Greater Fort Erie Winter Challenge tournament over the weekend to claim the championship.
Things have been busy for the Huron Heat lately, with Huron County's female hockey players doing their county proud on the ice. On Sunday, area arenas were full of young women playing hockey under the Heat banner.
With playdowns on the horizon and the annual hockey season creeping towards an end, several teams from the Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey Association are keeping stride on the ice as 2020 begins.
Former Blyth Public School Principal Al Harrison has been recognized for his three decades of commitment to the sport of softball. On Nov. 23 in Oakville, Harrison was among several inductees to the Ontario Softball Hall of Fame.
The Wingham Ironmen sit three points behind the Pollock Division-leading Mount Forest Patriots after the Ironmen earned three-straight wins recently including a 5-2 win over the Patriots.
The Goderich Flyers won one and lost two over the weekend, falling to Kincardine and Walkerton, but posting a convincing 5-2 win over the previous division leaders, the Wingham Ironmen.
The Seaforth Centenaires doubled the Milverton 4 Wheel Drives in Western Ontario Athletic Association by a score of 6-3 (WOAA) Senior Hockey action over the weekend.
Team Cottrill, comprised of Katie and Shawn Cottrill of Belgrave, are currently ranked as the top mixed curling team in Canada.
Hullett athletes took part in the regional junior volleyball tournament at Goderich District Collegiate Institute in Goderich on Nov. 26. The Junior Girls played Brookside Public first and won all three games. Next, the girls played Clinton...
The Goderich Flyers had a rough weekend, dropping three straight games against Wingham, Mitchell and Mount Forest in Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) action.
The Seaforth Centenaires were bested by the Saugeen Shores Winterhawks by a score of 8-5 on Saturday in Seaforth, leaving the Centenaires in fifth place in the league at the end of the weekend.
The Seaforth Centenaires split two games over the weekend, posting a convincing 5-1 win over the Tavistock Royals on Friday night but falling to the Tillsonburg Thunder 3-2 in a shoot out on Saturday.