Cornwall Standard Freeholder : sport
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Cornwall Colts drop Family Day home game 6-1 to Kanata Lasers  00h36 18 février
Todd Hambleton
Ouch. The Jr. A Colts had some energy in the stands Monday for the annual Family Day matinee at the civic complex, but the Kanata Lasers likely zapped Cornwall’s playoff hopes for good, beating the home team 6-1. It may have been closer than the final score would indicate, but the Lasers got full...
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Cornwall Prowlers outlast Deseronto to advance to EOSHL championship  01h20 16 février
Todd Hambleton
This article has been updated to add more photos, related content, and to make small corrections for grammar and style. The Cornwall Prowlers are moving on to the Eastern Ontario Senior Hockey League playoff championship. And they made it look easy. . . and at times on Saturday afternoon, they made...
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Cornwall Colts’ 4-2 loss to Hawkesbury may have killed playoff hopes  21h35 14 février
Standard-Freeholder staff
The Cornwall Colts remain in 11th place in the Central Canada Hockey League’s Jr. A loop after a 4-2 loss at home to the Hawkesbury Hawks on Thursday. The Colts struggled on offence throughout the game, allowing the Hawks a mid-period goal in the first and never regaining the lead in a game that...
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Away Games: Injury-riddled AHL campaign for Amerks’ Remi Elie  20h27 13 février
Todd Hambleton
Remi Elie’s pro hockey career has been continuing this season fairly close to home. Elie, 24, of Green Valley, skates for the Rochester Americans, geographically one of the closest AHL teams to Cornwall and area, about a four-hour drive from the Seaway Valley. It’s definitely not deep in the heart...
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St. Joseph’s Panthers appreciated the chance to play and finish first  00h12 13 février
Todd Hambleton
LONG SAULT You’ve got to love the occasional certainty in sports. For the St. Joseph’s Panthers, there’s this one: they appreciate any opportunity to hit the ice. We’re just excited to play, whenever we can, said Panthers girls’ team player Mikeala Coleman, after St. Joseph’s beat the Char-Lan...
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Great weather for start of SDG high school championship curling  00h00 13 février
Todd Hambleton
Wednesday’s sunny and mild conditions were perfect for SDG high school curling. And that’s saying something for an indoor sport, because long-time event organizer Ian Wilson, a teacher at Cornwall Collegiate, has come to expect the worst. Four years in a row it’s been postponed because of a snow...
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South Stormont Sports Hall of Fame seeking nominees for 2020  22h57 11 février
Francis Racine
LONG SAULT Do you know of any talented athlete living or playing in South Stormont? If so, the South Stormont Sports Hall of Fame would like to hear from you. The call for nominations for the 2020 induction ceremony was officially launched by on Feb. 5, with a May 1 deadline for adult nominations...
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Cornwall Gymnastics Club hosts second qualifying meet, attracts 150 athletes  22h44 11 février
Francis Racine
There was a great big jump in attendance at the Cornwall Gymnastics Club’s second provincial qualifying meet on Saturday. We’ve been planning it and organizing it for months, said club president Tracy Bradley. This is only our second year. Last year we had about 40 athletes and this year there’s...