Lancers win LKSSAA Senior Badminton Championship


The Ursuline Lancers gained three division and total workforce titles on the LKSSA Senior Badminton Championships in Saint-François-Xavier, Sarnia on Saturday.

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The Ursuline Lancers gained three division and total workforce titles on the LKSSA Senior Badminton Championships in Saint-François-Xavier, Sarnia on Saturday.

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The Lancers completed with 62 factors, the McGregor Panthers had been second with 48 and the Penn Courtroom Patriots third with 38.

Within the boys’ singles ultimate, Ethan Vessetula of Ursuline defeated Ben Robertson of McGregor. Carver Michaud of Penn Courtroom was third, Tyler Ewald of Chatham-Kent was fourth, Luke Lalonde of Lambton Central was fifth and Jack Crowe of Penn Courtroom was sixth.

Ursuline’s Samantha Lozon gained the women’ singles ultimate over Penn Courtroom’s Taylor L’Equire. Yukino Kawashiri of Lambton Central, Jade Unsworth of McGregor, Ashlyn Spence of Chatham-Kent and Susan Wu of Northern rounded out the highest six.

Kurt Countryman and Jack Countryman defeated Sebastian Moreno and Nico Moreno in an all-Ursuline boys’ doubles ultimate. Penn Courtroom’s George Ansel and Elliot Yong, Northern’s Jackson Burr and Andrew Prepare dinner, Chatham-Kent’s Aidan Wheeler and Nolan Top, and Chatham Christian’s Andrew Luth and Evan VanMinen rounded out the highest six.

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Ryan O’Donohue and Hudson Denure defeated Caitlin Sammon and Jayde Melhuish-McGahan within the All-McGregor Women’ Doubles Closing. Ursuline’s Gillian Wells and Kylie Bondi, North Lambton’s Kelly Oliver and Jorja DeKaluwe, Lambton Central’s Madison Beresich and Camry Macaulay, and Northern’s Sprouh Joshi and Amy Schmidt rounded out the highest six.

McGregor’s Nathanael van Eyck and Cadence Becellare gained the combined doubles ultimate over Ursuline’s Andrew Goulet and Reese Kriederman. Chatham-Kent’s Abby Balan and Colin Holmes, Penn Courtroom’s Emma Hunter and Cameron Nichols, Penn Courtroom’s Sky Henderson and Graham McGuire, and Northern’s Kayleigh Rawson and Ryan Davis had been sixth to 3rd, respectively.

The highest six in every division certified for the SWOSSAA Senior Championships in Saint-François-Xavier this Saturday.

Penn Courtroom Secondary College will host the OFSA Championships on Might 5-7. Video games are scheduled at Penn Courtroom, Ursuline and St. Clair School’s Chatham Campus Healthplex.



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