Shuren, Tatla named Ste. Cecile’s female, male athletes of the year
Stars rout Chiefs 13-3
Aleah Shuren and Pardeep Tatla grabbed the top awards at the annual athletic banquet for Acadamie Ste. Cecile.
Shuren was named the female athlete of the year. She was the MVP of the soccer and volleyball teams and the most improved player on the basketball team.
Tatla was named the male athlete of the year. He played basketball, volleyball and soccer and won a SWOSSAA tennis title with Kevin Hamilton.
The Colin Hood awards for all-around student/athletes went to Alexandria Vincent and Wayne Li.
Mic Mac 5 Selects 4
Jeff Gelinas was the winning pitcher as Mic Mac beat the Windsor Selects 5-4 Thursday in the major division of the Mic-Mac baseball league.
The Selects’ Andrew McKenzie went 3-for-3 at the plate.
Also, Justin Orton and Matt Glasmann each hit two-run homers as the Windsor Stars won 13-3 over the Windsor Chiefs.
Orton also pitched four innings for the win.
In the minor division, the Walker Homesites Midgets blanked Belle River 9-0.
Stu Ellenberger was the winning pitcher and Todd Morris hit a three-run homer as the Harrow Seniors beat Leamington 14-12 Wednesday in Essex County Senior League action.
Mike Kennedy added two hits for Harrow, while Leamington’s Ryan Sellon and Jeremy Tiborz had two hits each.
Pair of homers
Edwin Springer and Andy Roman had back-to-back home runs in the 10th inning, lifting Troy Jet Box over the Tecumseh Thunder Juniors 5-3 Thursday in Can-Am Senior League baseball action.
Andy Kaminski was the winning pitcher.
Scott misses cut
Kingsville’s Richard Scott missed the cut Thursday after the second round of the eGolf Bolle Classic at Sapona Country Club in Lexington, N.C.
Scott shot an even-par-71 for a 140 total, two strokes from the cut line.
Matt Hill, the grandson of former Windsor mayor John Wheelton, shot a second round one-under-par 70 and, at a 137 total, is nine strokes behind leader Lee Williams of Alexander City, Ala.
The third round is today.
Kingsville’s Aaron Berecz finished tied for sixth Tuesday at an Adam’s Junior Golf tour event at Boulder Creek Golf Course in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Berecz’s six-over-par 78 was three strokes behind leader Andrew Yeager of Grand Rapids.
Ross Scott used a pitching wedge to ace the 107-yard fifth hole on the gold nine at Kingsville.
His witnesses were Ron Pigeon, Lorrie Deneau and Ray Fields.
Hellenic’s Peter Efthymiou, left, battles Windsor Croatia’s Chris Shaw Thursday at the Hellenic Club. Croatia won 2-0.