Interesting off-season so far in local hockey circles. Grant Hebert going to Fargo, his brother Cameron coming to Cornwall, Nick Lalonde off to Ottawa. And, not quite local, but one of our favourite CCHL coaches heading out east. We’ll start there, with Sylvain Favreau, the infinitely likeable former coach of the Cumberland Grads. Had tried to get in touch with Favreau a few weeks back, when doing a story on Grant Hebert’s leaving the Grads to play in the USHL, with the Fargo Force.
It’s not the way the Cornwall OVFL Wildcats wanted the season to end. Well, it is in a way, with a victory, but the Wildcats won’t have to take the field to put that dent in the win column. Cornwall’s final game of the season, slated for Saturday at Joe St. Denis Field, was forfeited by the Brampton Bulldogs. “They said they didn’t have enough players, so they had to forfeit,” said Cornwall head coach Mitch Zappitelli.
For Sydney Seymour, it’s off to Ohio. For Morgan Hummel, Alexis Pataky-Saucier and Jessi Zandbelt, Calgary awaits. All four are members of the Cornwall Claymores rugby team, and the quartet will face some competition at a higher level in the coming weeks. Seymour will play with the U-18 Elite Ontario team, playing a series against Dennison University in Granville, Ohio on July 24-30.
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