‘Dyed in the wool American’ would choose Canada

If transplanted American football player Michael Pinball Clemons had to choose between citizenship in Canada or the US – it wouldn’t even be close. The CFL Legend, who is a dual citizen with four Grey Cup rings to his name, would choose to be Canadian. Clemons expressed his love of Canada during the Victoria Playhouse… Read more »

The day Ben Hathaway saved the show

Ben Hathaway walked up to the cashier at the Reece’s Corners truck stop and recognized a Canadian football hero. Little did he know it would be an adventure he’ll tell to his grandchildren some day. The Alvinston man was on his way home from his welding job at Specialty Machine and Fabricating in Sarnia. He… Read more »

Wammes heading to worlds

Nick Wammes will be one of 13 athletes who will represent Canada at the Junior Track Cycling World Championships in Montichiari, Italy from August 23-27. On his Instagram account, the Dawn-Euphemia rider said he was “incredibly happy” to be named to the national squad to compete in the Men’s Sprint category. It’s the second year… Read more »

LCCVI tennis team finishes fourth

They were unranked, hadn’t played high school tennis since the fall and at one point had to drive through a rainstorm to finish a match, but LCCVI’s boys’ tennis team still triumphed. Senior Griffin Allen and Grade 9 student Matt Mueller were unranked heading to the OFSAA Tennis Tournament. Because there are no indoor courts… Read more »