Soccer in Mountain and Chesterville

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by Julian Whittam The North Dundas United Soccer Club (NDUSC) is offering summer outdoor soccer programs for children aged 3 to 12 in Mountain and...

Local man promotes outdoor fun with new winter game

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A local man has created a new winter game that is perfect for COVID-19 and beating the winter blues. As part of an effort to...

Friday’s OT win completes series with a 5 games to 1 victory

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The Winchester Hawks played the Char-Lan Rebels on Friday, March 19 in Winchester. The Hawks won 3 - 1. Danny Johnson and Kyle Leonard...

Local teen curler achieves Provincial success

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by Melanie Sharpe Mya Sharpe, a local Spencerville teen and Grade 9 student at St Michaels Catholic High School in Kemptville, was part of a...

Seaway Surge Baseball announces Local House League in 2021

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The Seaway Surge Baseball Club is pleased to announce we are coordinating house league baseball in Grenville County which is Kemptville and Surrounding Areas...

Demons U11 Rep B team wins league championship

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Players from the North Dundas Minor Hockey Association’s U11 Rep B team smiled for a photograph shortly after playing their way to a victory...

Seaway Surge gearing up for a full season of baseball

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The Seaway Surge Baseball Club is back on the field this weekend, as teams prepare for their first full season of baseball since 2019....

New Player Assist Program to help hockey families financially impacted by Covid-19

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The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) has announced a new Player Assist Program to help hockey players under the age of 7 by providing...

THE CUP COMES HOME

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by: Savannah Coleman, Minister of Communications North Dundas District High School has had some exciting events happen over the last couple of weeks! We have...

Winchester Hawks

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The Winchester Hawks lost 3-5 against the Richmond Royals in Winchester on Friday night, December 18. The team is allowed to play scrimmage games...