The Char-Lan Skating Club’s season-concluding showcase is scheduled for Sunday, March 25, and the theme is superheroes. The event will begin at 2 p.m.
The 2018 edition of the Raisin River Canoe Race is booked for Sunday, April 15, with online registration available at https://goo.gl/h5dmML
A discounted advance entry fee is available until April 11.
The 30 km downstream course from St. Andrew’s West follows the Raisin River, through Martintown (and over the dam for those who are adventurous) to Williamstown.
The event is open to all types of canoes and kayaks. Participants should be prepared for cold water, variable river currents, and weather conditions.
GSL men’s knockout action is scheduled for March 22 at the dome, starting at 8:30 p.m., with the best-of-three final series slated to kick off March 27.
The ladies’ knockout round was scheduled for last night (March 20), with finals set to open on Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
The full schedule was published in last week. We will have updates on our website at sportsintheglens.com and more coverage in future newspapers.
Girls championship games will take place Sunday, March 25. The U13 title tilt is booked for a 9 a.m. start, followed by the U16 match an hour later.
Alexandria’s peewee ‘C’ Glens are vying with the South Stormont Selects for the 2018 LSLMHL championship.
The final series was scheduled to open last night (March 20) in Alexandria, with game two booked for March 23 at 7 p.m. in Long Sault. The third tilt will be back in Alexandria the next day, starting bright and early at 9:30 a.m.
If needed, a fourth contest will be played March 25 in Long Sault, at 1 p.m. Game five, if necessary, will follow on a date to be determined.
Men’s rec. hockey
The annual Crybaby Cup hockey tournament in Maxville is booked to take place this weekend. The event traditionally marks the end of the hockey season for local men’s recreational teams.
Alexandria’s emergency services hockey tourney, which was to take place this weekend after being rescheduled from January due to a snowstorm, has been cancelled this year, but organizer Chloe Crack tells that it will return in 2019.
County coaches and managers are encouraged to submit team results and special achievements. E-mail [email protected]garrynews.ca
EYE ON THE PRIZE: Ethan Mulhearn, a member of the CCHL Cornwall Colts who hails from Williamstown, looks for a rebound off Hawkesbury Hawks goaltender Matthew Petizian.
CONTACT: Char-Lan’s Findley Hope rocks a South Dundas player, on the Williamstown ice.