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ON THE ICE
LAWFIELD MINOR HOCKEY Atom — Leafs 2, Bulldogs 2. Leafs goals: Jake Herman 2. Bulldogs goals: Josh Barlow 2. Canucks 6, Canadiens 6. Canucks goals: Tyler Ballantyne 5, Jayden Bonas. Canucks assists: Jayden Bonas 2, Sam Shweihat, Joshua Carter. Canadiens goals: Kyle Murdoch 3, Jaden Smith 2, Julian Bozzo. Canadian assists: Kaiden Novakovich 2, Daniel Cassiano, Connor Flaherty. Peewee — Bulldogs 5, Senators 0. Bulldogs goals: Lucas Blunsdon, Jordan Rushton, Joseph Fitzpatrick, Jayden Harrison and Kalvin Bourgeois. Bulldogs assists: Armen Duckworth, Zane Dyer, Cole Tomlinson, Alex Katsaros, Bourgeois. S/O Andrew Dalgleish. Oilers 8, Senators 0. Oilers have earned the right to play in the Hamilton City Playdowns this March. Peewee Select: Lawfield Thunder 4, Jordan Station 1. Thunder goals: Quinton Davidson, Jordan Sprentall, Jake Casey, Ben Ballantyne. Lawfield assists: Casey 2, Ballantyne, Zane Dyer, Aidan McVey. Jordan Station goal: Riley Koop P.E.I. OLDTIMERS’ HOCKEY LEAGUE C.A.T. Lawn Care 5, We ’R’ Tops 2. C.A.T.: Fred Smith 2, John Peach, Bill Lucas, Rick VanKleef. We: Mike Kennedy, Daniel Rothman. Pipeline Repair Serivice 5, Buzzy Bee Flooring 3. Pipeline: Allistaire Kermack 2, Ward Branscomb, Tom Mobly, Jeff Stephens. Buzzy Bee: Doug Morrison 2, Chris Johnson. Brian’s Auto Centre 10, P.R.S.I. 5. Brian’s: Larry VanHerzele 3, Mike Merkler 2, Tony Altenburg 2, Mike Gallant, Greg Berlingeri, Don Higenell. P.R.S.I.: David Lloyd 3, Bill Osborne, Art Berlingeri. Lockhart Home Inspection 6, Ralph’s Signs 3. Lockhart: Jason Stewart 2, Mike Lazeo, Mike Lubrick, Gerry Salhani, Terry Rapozzo. Ralph’s: Mike Donovan, Bob Doucette, Bruce Arsenault. RNHL Cheeseman Division — First Ontario Credit 2, St Creek Choppers 2. First: Jay Bachand, John Groppo. St Creek: Anthony Foligno, Mike Schatz. RB Car Wash 5, VBL Bus Lines 3. RB: Mike Haslam 3, Shawn Lewandowski, Giovanni Serra. VBL: Josh Friday, Paul Kipp, Brian Huff. On Ice Goaltending 6, Mohawk Ford 5. On Ice: Ryan Yardley 2, Joe Demerling, Bill Latimer, Mike Spong, Steve Gairns. Mohawk: Nick Southall 3, Rick Hart, Mike McBurney. Brown Division — Hamilton Hardwood 3, Joslin’s Karate 2. Hamilton: Ed Mauer, Dan Volpato, Charlie Guthro. Joslin’s: Dan Halls, Brian Harbison. John Bear 4, Smart Shutter Canada 1. JohnBear: Bobby Wheat, Randy Cheeseman, Rob Windsor, Reno D’Agostino. Smart: Jay Monas. Aligned Capital 2, First Ontario Credit 0. Aligned: Cosmo Amore, Mike Richard. S/O Paul Belluz Hart Division — Carson Chiropractic 3, First Ontario Credit 2. Carson: Russ MacLeod, Brent Sim, Bill Barrett. First: Peter VanKester, Mike Gogishuili. Eagle Press 3, TCC Construction 3. Eagle: Paul Mariutti, Goegre VanArragon, Yvan Raymond. TCC: Bob Hickey 2, Roger St Pierre. Clairmont Electric 2, Hamilton Hardwood 1. Clairmont: Jim Cooper, Anthony Picone. Hamilton: Paul Popek Morasse Division — First Ontario Credit 1, E Romain 0. Ont goals: Dave Harrington. S/O Randy Case. Corbett’s Sports 2, Allstate Insurance 1. Corbett’s: Ed Creechan, Ross Hiscock. Allstate: Doug Dick. Mohawk Quad Pad 0, United Trophy 0. Mohawk: S/O Gord Kudlowich. United: S/O Terry Hewitson WEST HAMILTON MEN’S LEAGUE North American Hard Chrome 9, S&G Electric 8. Chrome: Gerry Groen, Dave Groen, Jason Law 2, Andrew Dikiandis, Mark Eady, Tim Groen, Adam Ricciardi, Eric Neilans. S&G: Matt Richardson 2, Mike Hetherington 2, Kyle James, Darrin Parnell, Justin Metham. Central Fabricating 6, Puck & Pitch 2. Fabricating: Zach Winger, Dave Washburn 2, Rick Woodcox, Ken Pagen 2. Pitch: Jim Barta, Pete Hibbert. Budd’s BMW Hamilton 6, RT Systems 1. Budd’s: Brent Abraham, Travis Eede, Kevin Duquette 2, Al Grant, Chad Filoon. Systems: Matt Eleftheriou
AROUND THE RINKS
HAMILTON RINGETTE ASSOCIATION U12 — Hamilton 6, Burlington 5. Hamilton goals: Tatum Robertson 3, Marisa Vriends 2, Hadley Diskos. Hamilton assists: Beth van Zanden 2, Jorja Weicker, Vriends, Diskos, Robertson. Burlington goals: Avery Jensen 3, Isabelle Lafleur, Evelyn Leslie. Burlington assists: Charelotte Breen 2, Sofia Karila, Erika Marozsan, Lafleur
HAMILTON OLYMPIC CLUB <bullet> Athletics Ontario Youth/Senior Championship Meet in Toronto. In the youth category, Alec Purnell set an indoor best of 51.65 sec in winning gold medal in 400 m race. Daunte Henriques took bronze medal in the 60 m dash in a time of 7.19 sec on Saturday, then returned Sunday to earn silver medal in 200 m with a time of 23.05 sec. Also running well in 200 m race were Randy Tshikuna with a time of 23.94 sec, Marqus Rookwood going 24.25 sec and Eric Justason 24.62 sec. Simon Black took home silver medal in the weight throw with a toss of 16.09 m. His indoor best, with the new ‘rotational’ technique, of 12.59 m was good for fifth place in shot put event. Running up an age group, Jasmine Buckridge participated in senior women’s category. She came sixth in 800 m with a time of 2:26.40 and seventh in 1500 m with 5:04.28. The midget-aged Ontario vs. Québec dual meet was held as part of Saturday’s competition. Nifaiya Robinson took control in the 300 m race, winning gold with his time of 37.30 sec.
HFA Varsity Tiger Cats registration at St. Thomas More High School, 1045 Upper Paradise Rd., cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Copy of Birth Certificate or Passport is required. For information contact Jennifer@ticatsvarsity.com
Hamilton Lacrosse Association, offers players, coaches and volunteers in person registration dates to get you signed up for the 2017 lacrosse season. Returning players and field lacrosse players (boys and girls) can register online today. All new Box lacrosse participants must register at one of the following in person registrations: Wednesday, Feb. 22 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Morgan Firestone Arena; and Sunday, March 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mountain Arena. hamiltonlacrossec.com
Dundas Girls Softball League, registration and indoor skill development sessions will take place on Tuesday, Feb. 21 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Bernadette Catholic School, 270 Governors Rd., Dundas. At 6:30: 4-10 year olds (boys are welcome 8U), at 7:30 girls softball aged 10-18 years old.
Sessions will continue to end of April. For more information and to register on line visit www.dgsl.ca Stoney Creek Mixed Adult Baseball
Association, Co-Ed league for over 40 years. Looking for new teams for this 2017 or future seasons. Play in Stoney Creek at Eastdale and Winona diamonds on Tuesday and Friday’s. Games are 9 innings. May till September with a year end playoff tournament. Call: Bruce 905-531-7591 or Brad 905-308-2057
Hamilton Oldtimers’ Baseball
Organization, registration. HOBO has openings for hardball players age 35 and up for upcoming season. Games played Sundays at Mohawk Sports Park, diamonds 4-6, starting at 9 a.m. Season runs May to September. Registration fee $200. Visit www.leaguelineup.com/hobo for registration form. For more information, contact Mike Filinski at 289-260-5530. HOBO also offers a 55-and-over division playing hardball Wednesdays at 10 a.m., same diamonds and months as above. This division is looking to expand. Players from all levels of baseball are welcome. Registration fee $125. For a registration form or more information, email or call Bob Spence at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-385-4038.
Mixed golf league at Twenty Place Retirement Community. Golf at Chippewa Golf Course, on Chippewa Road, Thursdays at 8 a.m. starting May 4. Membership is $10, plus an optional $30 for the closing banquet. League green fees are $29 walking, $41 riding. Contact Al 905-679-4800 or Karen 905-679-9768
HLA one-hour try-before-you-buy Feb. 18. The session will give brand new players the skills necessary to start their box or field lacrosse season. For boys and girls from tyke (2011) to bantam (2004) age groups. Email email@example.com There is a $10 floor fee, payable at the session. Participants require a caged helmet. hamiltonlacrosse.com
GIRLS FIELD LACROSSEW
Girls’ field lacrosse winter skills clinic. HLA is proud to provide teams in the U11, U13, U15 and U19 divisions of OWFL. Girls who play know that field lacrosse opens opportunities at the OUA, NCAA levels and more. If you are looking for a sport to advance your skills in hockey or basketball, give lacrosse a try. This clinic welcomes new players at all age divisions. Clinic runs Saturdays until March 4 (not Feb. 18), from 11 to 12 p.m. New and returning players welcome. Fee $15 each, held at Wentworth Triple Rinks. Reserve your spot or for more information on girls field lacrosse, email firstname.lastname@example.org @HLAgirlsfield hamiltonlacrosse.com
THINK MARCH BREAK BASKETBALL
Maga Basketball 13th Annual March Break Basketball Camp at Bishop Tonnos CSS focusing on its 1000 Shot Program & Advanced Ballhandling Series. Shooting and Ballhandling focus. Boys and girls 7 to 14. $215 (HST incl.). Family rates and team rates. Certified teacher coaches, 8:1 ratio. Contact Steve Maga to register 905-518-6778 email@example.com. magabasketball.com