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Flag foot­ball

The fi­nal of adult in­door flag foot­ball is set, as reign­ing cham­pion TOC will take on the Cho­lettes on April 28, at 4 p.m.

In semi­fi­nal ac­tion last Sun­day, TOC blew the doors off Car­tunes 32-0, while the Cho­lettes de­flated the Ballers 64-12.

Steak curl­ing

The Alexan­dria Curl­ing Club hosted its steak bon­spiel last week­end, with 40 teams in­volved.

Kate Mac­Don­ald, Char­lene Ryan, Alain Larocque, and Wan Wei claimed two- game- high hon­ours, while fin­ish­ing as run­ners-up were Gavin Ly­di­ate, Shelly Ly­di­ate, Glen Ly­di­ate, and Kaitlen Allen.

Win­ning on one-game-high was the four­some of Dou­gal Ma­cLeod, Linda Vick­ers, Judy Ma­cLeod, and Shelly Car­rier. Run­ners-up were John Ma­cLeod, Lance Lavi­o­lette, Rene Trot­tier, and Bob Allinotte

The sea­son-cap­ping bon­spiel , con­vened by Peggy Lafave, fea­tured vit­tles pre­pared by Sue Derby ( Fri­day night), Shirley Se­cours (Satur­day lunch), Heidi Salib, and Patti Gauley (Satur­day sup­per), and Heinz Wag­ner, who was the chef in charge of cook­ing the steaks.

En­ter­tain­ment was the bandArea Code 613 on Fri­day night, and the Cad­dells, Lee MacK­in­non, and Paolo Stante on Satur­day.

Bos­ton Marathon

St. Raphael’s Nancy McDonell, 47, ran the sto­ried Bos­ton Marathon on Mon­day, com­plet­ing the 26-mile course in 3 hours, 38 min­utes and 13 sec­onds.

Cathy MacLean, 66 of Alexan­dria, is a vet­eran of the run, fin­ish­ing this year in 4:34:38.


Char-Lan DHS’ se­nior boys soccer team com­peted last week at a Kingston tour­na­ment, ded­i­cat­ing their play to stu­dent Billy Den­ni­son, who passed away the pre­vi­ous week­end. The Cru­saders lost their three matches: 2-1 to Smiths Falls (Dy­lan Spence), 1-0 to Earnestown, and 4-0 to KCVI.

Coach Sean O’Far­rell says, “All in all, it was a good ef­fort by the boys, con­sid­er­ing the emo­tions we were all go­ing through. Good start to the sea­son.”

The school’s ju­nior squad, led by coach Kevin O’Far­rell, lost two games, but beat Corn­wall’s St. Joseph’s in a shootout to take home the ‘B’ cham­pi­onship.

As for the re­main­der of the pre-sea­son, the boys will fo­cus on run­ning and pass­ing drills.

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