By Doug Kennedy
The Kincardine Bulldogs indoor volleyball tournament is back, after a two-year break because of COVID. It will be from May 5 – 7 at the Davidson Centre. You can sign up on the Bulldog’s website. There is a business division on Thursday night and competitive and recreational divisions on Friday and Saturday. Schools will be able to use the courts during the 10 days the sand is in the arena.
The Wingham Ironmen defeated the Kincardine Bulldogs 4-2 in their first round of playoffs. It was 1-1 going into this week. It started on Tuesday in Kincardine, when Wingham won 3-2 in overtime. Nolan Koetsier and Bryce McFadden both scored for the Bulldogs, with Steven Grant picking up two assists.
Wednesday night in Wingham, the Bulldogs won 3-2 in overtime.
Liam Colhoun scored the overtime winner for the Bulldogs. Gavin Down and Jordan Beisel also scored for the Bulldogs.
On Friday night at home, the Ironmen won 4-1 in front of another big crowd. Ben Nauta scored the lone goal for the Bulldogs.
Saturday night in Wingham, the Ironmen scored two third period goals, to come up with the 3-2 win.
Joshua Jacklin was in net for all six games of the playoffs.
Wingham starts in Hanover on Tuesday night and Mount Forest is in Mitchell on Wednesday night, to start the other semi-final series.
In WOAA senior hockey, Seaforth defeated Clinton 1-0 in the first game of the league final.
Shallow Lake and Petrolia are tied 1-1 in the lower division final.
Our U9 novice rep. team won the Silver Stick Championship in Ayr this past weekend. Jared Adams and Kent Liddle coach the U9 team .Congrats to the U9 team.