Local Roundup: Montcalm golden to lead seven local athletes to podium at Loaring Classic

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Seven athletes from the region earned a medal at the Johnny Loaring Classic track meet held at Alumni Field on Saturday.

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Former Canadian Olympian Noelle Montcalm, who competed for the University of Windsor Athletic Club, was the only area athlete to secure a gold medal. High school product St. Joseph won the women’s 400-meter hurdles in 58.83 seconds.

Three other University of Windsor Athletic Club athletes earned silver medals. Rose Forshaw was second in the women’s discus with a throw of 39.73 meters, Caleb Keeling was second in the men’s high jump with 1.98 meters and Stephanie Aldea took silver in the women’s 1,500 meters in a time of 4:13.82 , which was just 6/10ths of a second behind the winner. Ben Tilson, who ran for the Border City Athletic Club, took the silver medal in the men’s 400 meter hurdles when he came to the medal in 52.45 seconds from the first heat.

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Ema Kralike, who also competes for the University of Windsor Athletic Club, won a bronze medal in the women’s pole vault by clearing 3.45 metres, while Paul Popescu, who competes for the Windsor Legion, won a bronze medal in the men’s 1,500 meters in 3 won: 49.47.

Clippers earn splits

The Windsor Clippers shared two weekend games in the Ontario Lacrosse Association Junior B League.

The Clipper rallied to earn a 10-8 road win over the Elora Mohawks on Sunday after losing 6-9 at home to the St. Catharines Athletics on Saturday.

On Sunday, Zane Dalpe scored four goals and six points for the Clippers (6-2-0) as the club handed Elora their first loss of the season. Nathan DeThomasis scored three goals, Malikye Good, Max Frattaroli and Jack Bulmer added lone goals while Chase Cosgrove made 55 saves against the Mohawks (10-1-0).

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In Saturday’s game, Xander Derkatz scored three goals and five points for the Clippers, while Dalpe, Frattaroli and Good scored one goal each against the Athletics (7-4-0).

League1 Ontario

Tecumseh SC drew 1-1 away with the North Toronto Nitros in the women’s Premier League in League1 Ontario on Saturday, while Windsor TFC lost 5-0 in the men’s Premier League en route to Waterloo on Saturday.

Teagan Handley scored four minutes into the second half to rally Tecumseh (1-1-3) against the Nitros (3-1-2).

TFC (0-4-2) conceded four first-half goals against Waterloo (2-3-1) as the club continue to seek their first win of the season.

Rosenstadt gymnastics

All four members of Rose City Gymnastics Club advanced to the 2022 Ontario Championships in women’s artistic gymnastics for Level 6 plus after competing in Ottawa.

Part of the competition had to be postponed due to weather, but Sara Fazekas won the overall title in Level 6 aged 15+.

Sophia French received a special Flight, Height and Tight award in the vault.

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