by Pauline Kerr

Mushball! The Fanily Ties team defeated Hit the Grass 6-5 during the weekend’s mushball tournament in Tiverton.

Soccer star


By Doug Kennedy


Jaydon Troke has played a lot of high-level soccer at a young age. Jaydon started in Timbits soccer when he was three years old and played house league in Kincardine until he was eight.


When he was nine, Jaydon joined Huron United. That was the year he decided to play goal. Playing on a weak team where he would face a lot of shots probably helped him become a better goalie. An Owen Sound coach recruited him to play under-10 soccer for the Owen Sound United. That helped him gain the confidence to try out for Guelph Junior Gryhons three years ago.


Names added to sports wall of fame


By Doug Kennedy

The Kincardine Sports Wall of Fame has seven new members this year. One will be added in the builder’s category and six athletes will be added to the wall of fame.


Lurgan Beach-connected Keely Brown makes history with hall of fame induction


By Barb McKay


A world class athlete with ties to the Kincardine area is the first Ringette athlete to be inducted into the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame.


Keely Brown, whose parents Doug and Bobbie Brown are Lurgan Beach residents, was one of a dozen athletes – some Olympic medal and world championship winners – to be inducted during a banquet in Red Deer earlier this month. Brown is a Ringette goalie who started playing in Ontario before joining Edmonton WAM! of the National Ringette League. She competed in 19 Canadian Ringette Championships, winning nine gold and eight silver medals.


Satosek leads Huron United


By Doug Kennedy

Huron United played their fourth game of the current SWRSA premier league season on this past sunday. Their opponent was the Madmen from Shelburne. Gerritt Satosek headed home the first goal from a corner kick from Andreas Derksen. Satosek doubled the score in the first half. Gerritt missed out on a hat trick, hitting the crossbar with another header in the first half.


Klassics in top 10


By Doug Kennedy


The Kincardine Klassics gymnastics club qualified four athletes to compete in the Level 3-5 Ontario Championships this past weekend. It was hosted by the Forest City Gymnastics Club at the Western Fair Agriplex in London.


Line drive


Kincardine’s Cubs played a double header against the Lucan Irish 9 on May 27 at Tout Field and finished victorious in both games. Brad Fraser hit a line drive past first base in the first inning. (Tammy Schneider photo)

A first for Kincardine


By Doug Kennedy


Garrett McFadden has won the 2017-18 Canadian Hockey League Humanitarian of the Year Award in Junior A hockey.


It is unbelievable for a Kincardine resident to win an award like this. It was presented to him this past weekend in Regina at the Memorial Cup. Garrett is in charge of McFadden’s Movement, which is a movement to support mental health. Congrats Garrett, you make Kincardine proud.


Hockey adventures


By Doug Kennedy


Josh Howald’s overseas inline hockey ended in the semi-final with a 7-1 loss to Switzerland. The Swiss lost in the final in overtime to the French team. Josh’s team went 3-0 in round robin, defeating Hungary, Great Britain and the U.S. They beat the U.S. in the quarter final before losing out. Josh said it was an unbelievable experience.


“We definitely had some ups and downs, some frustrations and some awesomeness. It’s a trip I’ll never forget, anyways.”


Garrett McFadden named OHL Humanitarian of the Year


By Doug Kennedy

This is the first time someone has won the Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy twice in their OHL career. Garrett McFadden has raised more than $20,000 for his program, called McFadden’s Movement. He introduced an ambassadors program where the money raised goes to local mental health resources.