Shuren, Tatla named Ste. Ce­cile’s fe­male, male ath­letes of the year

Stars rout Chiefs 13-3

Windsor Star - - HOCKEY / LOCAL -

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.

El­len­berger hurls

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.

Berecz sixth

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.

Lo­cal ace

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.

SCOTT WEBSTER/The Windsor Star

Hel­lenic’s Peter Efthymiou, left, bat­tles Windsor Croa­tia’s Chris Shaw Thurs­day at the Hel­lenic Club. Croa­tia won 2-0.

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