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Red Devils' Cole scores four

POINT EDWARD – Tanner Cole scored four goals as the Wallaceburg Red Devils beat the Point Edward Pacers 18-8 on Tuesday in the Ontario Jr. 'B' Lacrosse League.

Cory Lucier added two goals and four assists as the Far West Division-leading Red Devils improved to 4-1.

Marshall Powless had two goals and three assists. Tyler Brown and MacCoy Abrams also scored twice.

The Red Devils led 4-3 after one period and 12-7 after two.

Each team had four players tossed for a line brawl late in the third period.

Kyle Dawson had a goal and four assists for the Red Devils, Carter Hastings had a goal and three assists, and Owen Martin, Bailey Skye, Tyden Hill and Sidney Powless also scored.

Cecil Jacobs made 45 saves for his first win of the season.

The Red Devils have won three in a row. They'll host the Owen Sound North Stars at 7 p.m. Saturday and the Guelph Regals at 3 p.m. Sunday at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena.

 

Lancers, Tartans triumph

The Ursuline Lancers split an LKSSAA girls rugby doubleheader Tuesday with the St. Patrick's Fighting Irish in Sarnia.

Britney Goodhand scored three tries and Maddison Segeren added two as the Lancers won the senior game 53-0.

Natasha Smids added one try and four converts. Selena Bushey, Savannah Emmott and Pyper Copeland had one try apiece.

Maddy Shakespeare of Ursuline and Isabelle Rossi of St. Patrick's were the maids of the match.

The Lancers lost the junior game 20-10. Victoria Armstrong and Brianna Dedecker each scored one try.

At Wallaceburg, the Tartans beat the Great Lakes Wolfpack 27-5 in the senior league.

Stephanie Brown scored two tries for the Tartans. Marcella Nahdee, Hailey Dumais and Lindsay Jardine added one apiece. Emily Tapp kicked a convert.

 

Seys on All-GLIAC team

Ursuline graduate Brendan Seys of Wayne State University has earned All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-team honours for men's golf.

Seys, a sophomore from Port Lambton, posted a 72.9 stroke average in 24 rounds at 11 tournaments.

He won three events and had five top-five results. He had eight top-25 results.

Seys was the GLIAC freshman of the year in 2016-17.

This season, he won the Kyle Ryman Memorial, GLIAC North Invitational and Bucknell Invitational tournaments. He had six rounds in the 60s, including a career-low 67.

Redshirt senior Crawford McKinlay of Ridgetown also golfs for Wayne State, which has been chosen for an NCAA Super Regional.

The Warriors are the fourth seed in the Midwest Region. They'll play May 7-9 in Findlay, Ohio.

 

Butzer second in MEAC

Senior Mackenzie Butzer of Chatham helped the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats women's golf team win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Showcase recently at Savannah, Ga.

Butzer also placed second in the individual standings with a three-round total of 10-over 226.

She shot 82, 71 and 73 to finish eight strokes behind teammate Yudika Rodriguez.

The Wildcats will wrap up their season at the PGA National Minority Championships on May 11-13 in Port St. Lucie, Fla. They're the defending champions.

 

Cyclones are Cup champs

The Listowel Cyclones beat the Caledonia Corvairs 4-1 on Tuesday to complete a four-game sweep of the Sutherland Cup final.

The Cyclones are the Ontario Hockey Association junior 'B' champions for the first time.

Nolan Gardiner of Tilbury had seven goals and 10 assists in 20 playoff games for the Corvairs, who lost only once in their previous four series.

Also Tuesday, the Lakefield Chiefs won the Schmalz Cup as OHA junior 'C' champions with a 4-0 victory over the Glanbrook Rangers in Game 5 of the best-of-seven final.

 

Dukes' Supryka gets assist

DRYDEN, Ont. – Ex-Chatham Maroons forward Josh Supryka had an assist for the Wellington Dukes in a 4-1 loss to the Dryden GM Ice Dogs in Tuesday's opener at the Dudley-Hewitt Cup.

The Dukes will play the Thunder Bay North Stars on Wednesday and the Cochrane Crunch on Thursday in the round-robin at the Central Canadian junior 'A' hockey championship.

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