They’re the hosts and they’ll be well represented. “We probably have the biggest team, in terms of numbers, just because it’s our meet,” said Sheilagh McNeil, head coach of the Cornwall Sea Lions, who are hosting the Snowflake Invitational this weekend. It’s a three-day meet at the Cornwall Aquatic Centre, starting Friday night and ending early Sunday evening. It’s also the only meet of the season the Cornwall swim club hosts.
A Canadian pipeline has opened up, leading directly to Robert Morris University. The origin? Fraser St., in St. Andrews West, home of the Hebert family. Three members of the Hebert clan will attend RMU on hockey scholarships. It will start next year, for the 2018-19 season, when Grant Hebert (currently playing with Fargo of the USHL) joins the Colonials. Younger brother Cameron (a member of the Cornwall Colts of the CCHL) will attend RMU the following year, skating alongside his older brother.
Mike Benedict Sr. passed away on Friday evening. He was 67. Benedict excelled on the lacrosse floor, an inductee in both the Akwesasne Box Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame. He was also a multi-sport athlete, playing four years of both varsity hockey and football, as well as two years of varsity baseball and track, at Salmon River Central School. In the game of lacrosse though, well, that’s where he shone brightest.
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