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Brantly Kuipers scored for the Dresden Kings in a 5-1 loss to the Lakeshore Canadiens on Monday in the PJHL Stobbs Division.

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Kings lose to Canadiens

Brantly Kuipers scored for the Dresden Kings in a 5-1 loss to the Lakeshore Canadiens on Monday in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Stobbs Division.

The Canadiens led 3-0 after one period and 5-0 after two before a crowd of 156 at the Ken Houston Memorial Agricultural Centre.

Kings goalie Connor Ogg gave up four goals on 28 shots before Rhett Devries stopped eight of nine.

Jake Nimmo scored four for the Canadiens (6-1-0-0) and Matt Tovell made 31 saves.

The Kings (2-4-0-0) will host the Blenheim Blades at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Martial arts medallists

Chatham’s Armstrong Academy of Martial Arts placed third in the team standings while winning 26 medals , including six gold, at the London Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Open on the weekend.

Rain Pfaff won two gold medals in adult purple belt, Chase Mason won silver and bronze, and Chad Seng bronze.

Rob Rankin won gold in adult blue belt, and Robbie St. Jean and Kelsie Parish won silver.

Enoc Villanueva and Stephane Charette won gold in adult white belt, Rick Van Every silver and Megan Friesen bronze.

Christopher Matias won gold in youth colour belt, Devon Klassen silver and Ryan Klassen bronze.

The youth grey belt medallists were: Aidan Armstrong, Breanna Klassen, Griffen Bayley and Honour Clark, gold; Lincoln Kocsis, Maxwell Bayley, James Truax and Ethan Felhaber, silver; and Darchan Alfaro, Chhoeuy Seng and Owen Diemer, bronze.

Lacrosse skills camp

Leave Your Mark Lacrosse will hold a weekly fall skills camp starting Thursday at Edward International Academy, 430 King St., in Wallaceburg.

The camp is for 7-12 year-olds (tykes, novices and peewees).

The seven-week camp will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. every Thursday through Nov. 28, except for Oct. 31.

The fee is $150. Full equipment is required.

Contact Jamie Knight at jknight@leaveyourmarklacrosse.ca to register.

Fordham-Miller helps Mustangs

Austin Fordham-Miller of Morpeth made three solo tackles and three assisted tackles in the No. 1 Western Mustangs’ 45-42 win over the Waterloo Warriors in OUA football Saturday in London.

Teammate Zach Lindley of Chatham had three assisted tackles and a fumble recovery.

Minor Atoms win, tie

The Kent Minor Atom ‘AA’ Cobras beat the Belle River Jr. Canadiens 4-3 on Sunday with goals from Zach Raspburg, Keaten Copeland, Cameron Arnew and Ethan Lenover. Arnew had a two-point game.

Ashton Dittmer had two goals and an assist, Lucas Raspburg also scored twice, and Lenover had a goal and four assists Friday in a 7-7 tie with the Windsor Jr. Spitfires.

Bryson Pretty added a goal and an assist, Fisher Clark also scored and Copeland had two helpers.

Bantam AEs win on road

Max Reaume had a hat trick and one assist in the Kent Bantam AE Cobras’ 8-1 road win over the Windsor Jr. Spitfires on Sunday.

Jonah Knotek added two goals and two assists. Carson May, Carter Nicholson and Colin Day also scored.

Bantam Cyclones start well

The Chatham-Kent Major Bantam ‘AAA’ Cyclones have a 6-2-1 record in Alliance Hockey despite losing 1-0 to the Windsor Jr. Spitfires on Saturday at Chatham Memorial Arena.

Colton Graham, Brayden Degelas and David Brown scored in a 3-1 win over the Lambton Jr. Sting recently in Sarnia. Jake Vancoillie was in net.

Graham, Brown, Ryan Cronheimer, Rorey Elson and Kyle Greene scored in a 5-4 win over the Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs in Komoka. Vancoillie was the winning goalie.

Trent Ledrew scored twice in a 7-2 road win over the Cambridge Hawks. Elson, Brown, Carter Navage, Connor Tucker and Owen Kalp added singles.

Cronheimer scored and Tre Altiman had the shutout in a 1-0 road win over the Hamilton Huskies.

Degelas tied for the tournament lead with eight points as the Cyclones went 2-1-1 at the season-opening Alliance Hockey Bantam AAA Face-Off in Essex.

Tucker and Elson scored in a 4-2 loss to the Huron-Perth Lakers.

Degelas, Brown, Ledrew, Elson, Graham, T.J. Pollard and Brenden McKay scored in a 7-2 win over the Kitchener Jr. Rangers.

Pollard tallied twice in a 5-2 win over the Cambridge Hawks. Degelas, Brown and Ethan Waddick also scored.

Graham, Tucker and Greene scored in a 3-3 tie with the Brantford 99ers.

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