Weekly sports roundup

Jordan Ferris
By Jordan Ferris October 13, 2017 12:54

Weekly sports roundup

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By Jordan Ferris

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Holy Names student Jasmine Ly finished the two day OFSSA girls’ golf tournament with a silver medal. Ly entered the tournament shooting a first round 84. She followed that with a second round 73, leaving her two shots behind first place.

St. Clair Saints men’s soccer has moved into a tie for second place with a win over Lambton college Oct. 12. The team is tied with Niagara college and will play them on Oct. 15. The Saints hold a season record of 5-2-1.

Windsor Squash and Fitness is hosting the Squash Ontario Junior Gold #2 tournament from Oct.13 to Oct.15. The tournament will have squash players from the under 11, under 13, under 15, under 17 and under 19 age groups play.   




On Oct.11 the New York Yankees completed their comeback in the five-game American League Divisional Series. After pushing the series to game five the Yankees would beat the Indians 5-3. Didi Gregorius hit two home runs and got three RBIs. The Yankees now move on to play the Houston Astros in the American League Championship Series.

The Chicago Cubs defeated the Washington Nationals with a score of 9-8 on Oct.12 in game five of their National League Divisional Series. Chicago will now face the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League Championship Series.



The New Jersey Devils are undefeated in the start of the regular season after a 6-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs Oct. 11. Devils goaltender Cory Schneider made 47 saves  making him one of the game’s three stars. As well, Devils forward Pavel Zacha scored his first goal of the season on his first shot of the season.

Opening night in Las Vegas became emotional for the Vegas Golden Knights and their fans in attendance. The Knights played their first ever home game Oct. 10 dedicating their opening ceremony to all affected by the Oct. 1 mass shooting. The ceremony had each Knights player enter with a Las Vegas first responder and then observe a 58 second moment of silence — a second for each victim. Knights player Deryk Engelland, who is an Edmonton native living in Las Vegas, gave a speech before the game reminding the city they will always be “Vegas Strong.” The Knights went on to win with a score of 5-2 becoming the first ever expansion team to win their first three games.

Jordan Ferris
By Jordan Ferris October 13, 2017 12:54

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