Chatham-Kent Sports Year in Review: November 2015
November 2015 was a busy month for Chatham-Kent athletes, with several championships, team changes, and much more. Here are the top sports stories from Chatham-Kent during November 2015.
- Williams, Nicholas Win OUA Bronze: Tegan Williams and Amber Nicholas helped Western win an OUA bronze medal in women’s rugby, defeating Queens 20-10.
- Green MVP In OFC Championship: Chatham’s Clark Green was the championship MVP for the Windsor AKO Fratmen as they defeated the Ottawa Sooners 21-11 for an Ontario Junior Football title.
- Broad To Team Ontario: Wallaceburg’s Madison Broad swam her way onto Team Ontario after several spectacular performances throughout the year.
- NCAA Debut for Carleton: Bridget Carleton didn’t miss a beat stepping into the NCAA, leading her Iowa State Cyclones in her opening games on the hard court.
- Gagner Wins Horizon Title: Sydnye Gagner helped her Oakland University Grizzlies win a Horizon Conference title, and advance to the NCAA tournament in her freshman season.
- Hopkins Leaves Maroons: Chatham Maroons captain Brayden Hopkins decided to leave his team and join the Junior C Blenheim Blades to close out the 2015-2016 campaign. Ian Faubert was named captain in his place.
- Johnson, Oulds Win National Crown: Chatham-Kent runners Delainey Johnson and Ally Oulds helped their Windsor Legion team win a 2015 National Cross Country Championship.