Local wrestlers make Team Ontario roster
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May 14, 2013  |  Vote 0    0

Local wrestlers make Team Ontario roster

St. Marys Journal Argus

Two local wrestlers have made Team Ontario which will compete at the Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, Que. later this summer.

Laura Barr, in the 90 kg. division, made the Ontario team as did Stratford’s Clayton Pye at 75 kg. at the Summer Games trials in Beamsville earlier this month. Barr is a member of the St. Marys Wrestling Club.

Pye, a Grade 12 Northwestern student, had to defeat the No. 1 and No. 3 seeds in Canada to make the provincial squad.

Barr, a Grade 12 student at Medway in Arva, and Pye will be training with Team Ontario and travelling to the U.S. for tournaments in preparation for the Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, Aug. 2-17.

Two other members of the St. Marys club, Amber Fergusson, of Seaforth, and Jamie Steckly, of Stratford, also competed at the Summer Games trials, but did not make the Ontario wrestling team.

SNO-PITCH CHEQUE PRESENTED TO RONALD MCDONALD HOUSE

A cheque for $2,700 was recently presented to a representative from Ronald McDonald House of Friendship in London.

The money was raised at the annual St. Marys Sno-Pitch tournament, run for the third straight year by the St. James Club of St. Marys.

SIMPSON HELPS REVOLUTION WIN BRONZE AT PROVINCIALS

KITCHENER - St. Marys resident Shauna Simpson helped the Stratford Revolution U-19 girls capture the bronze medals at the basketball provincials here recently.

Revolution finished first in their pool in round-robin play, but lost a heart-breaker to an Ottawa team, 51-46, in the semi-finals. Simpson had 11 points in that game.

Stratford defeated another Ottawa team, 52-32, for the bronze.

MURRAY & ANN EGGERT MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Rostock Athletic Society presents the 1st annual Murray and Ann Eggert Memorial golf tournament Saturday, June 15 at St. Marys Golf and Country Club.

It’s a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Admission is $100 per person. The format is a best-ball foursome.

For more information or to register, contact Randy and Cathy Wicke at (519) 393-5725, e-mail c.wicke@quadro.net or call Bonnie Fisher at (519) 305-1397.

Registration forms can be dropped off at Northern Reflections in the Stratford Mall or the Rostock Post Office.

All proceeds will go to the Rostock Ball Park Restoration Project.

TENNIS CLUB OPEN HOUSE ON MONDAY, MAY 20

St. Marys Social Tennis Club is hosting an open house on Monday, May 20.

Come down to the tennis courts at 7 p.m. to meet members, play a few games, and find out what the club is up to this year.

Contact Andrea Macko-Hodges for more information at 519-280-1240 or andrea.macko@gmail.com.

LONDON SALUTES CANADIAN BASEBALL ON JUNE 28

LONDON - The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, along with Lerners Lawyers and the London Convention Centre, is hosting the 3rd annual London Salutes Canadian Baseball breakfast on Friday, June 28 from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. here at the London Convention Centre.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to hear from these four special guests: George Bell the only Toronto Blue Jay to win the MVP award, Tim Raines a Montreal Expos legend, Fergie Jenkins the greatest Canadian pitcher ever, and 2011 Inductee and the best closer in Blue Jays’ history Tom ‘The Terminator’ Henke.

Other guests include Inductees Rob Ducey and Jim Fanning.

For more information, call the CBHFM at 519-284-1838.

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