Organized sports socialization driving cases in schools, health unit says

The Grey Bruce Health Unit has identified a trend between organized sports and rising COVID cases within the region’s student population. However, the health unit said in most cases the transmission isn’t necessarily occurring within the games themselves, but during social activities before and after. An exception is with face-to-face sports such as basketball, where […]

More Attack games postponed as player tests positive for virus

The Ontario Hockey League announced two more postponed games involving the Owen Sound Attack this weekend due to the league’s COVID-19 protocols and one player on the team testing positive for the virus. According to a team release, the player is asymptomatic and all other players have either received negative test results or are awaiting […]

Owen Sound Attack sweep weekend in Flint

The Owen Sound Attack defeated the Flint Firebirds on Saturday night to sweep back-to-back games in the Michigan city. The win also gave Owen Sound the season series against Flint, going 3-1 overall. On Saturday night, Cedrick Guindon scored the go-ahead goal with three-and-a-half to play and Owen Sound held on for the win. Logan […]

London Nationals get all-clear after COVID benched team, coaches

The London Nationals are COVID-free. The Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League Jr. B club returned a full roster of negative tests and will be permitted to go back on the ice after an outbreak forced the postponement of three games this past week. Two players and members of the coaching staff tested positive for the […]

London Knights suffer ultra-rare shutout at home, ending rough weekend

The London Knights’ first-place cushion now feels like a slab of concrete. They can feel Guelph breathing down their necks in the Western Conference standings after being shut out 4-0 by the Storm before 7,865 Saturday at Budweiser Gardens. That’s a combined 8-1 drubbing on home ice in back-to-back games against Windsor and Guelph. London […]

BAA wrap: Winter Wolves howling out of the gate

Now curling, now basketball, now hockey. On badminton, on volleyball, on nordic skiing – – you get the idea. Winter sports are back on the high school circuit and some are already in full swing around the courts and rinks in the region as the Bluewater Athletic Association’s schedule gets some games in before the […]

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