With a full lineup for the first time in weeks, the Stratford Warriors' returning players made an immediate impact. Corson Searles scored the winning goal and Graham Brulotte had a goal and three assists as the Warriors blanked the Guelph Hurricanes 4-0 Friday night at the Allman Arena. It took Searles less than five minutes to remind the Warriors what they missed during his absence. The 19-year-old from Paris hadn't played since Nov. 21 and he found the back of the net 4:37 into Friday's game.
Rivals Mount Airy and East Surry were set to do battle on the hardwood for the first time in 2018 on Tuesday, January 23. However, the recent winter weather moved exams to that date and the basketball games to Saturday night. An intense night of basketball began with a double-overtime thriller in the JV girls game. The homestanding Lady Bears emerged victorious by a slim 41-39 margin. The Granite Bear JV boys kept their conference winning streak alive with a 45-35 victory.
The top of the Huron-Perth senior boys basketball standings are crowded, but St. Michael stands alone. The Warriors improved to 9-0 after a thrilling but controversial 51-50 win Wednesday over Stratford Central. “Anytime it's Central and St. Mike's it's always a battle,” Warriors head coach Steve Goforth said. “There was lots of emotion and lots of swings.”There was also drama.
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Selecting a term
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