SATURDAY AYLMER SPITFIRES HOCKEY:
At Aylmer = Dundas 3, Aylmer 1 (Dundas led 2-0 after two periods, Aylmer outshot Dundas 36-34)
Aylmer Goal = Vandepoele (Schruder, Maracle); There were 21 penalties in the third period.
Aylmer Record = W 2 L 7 OL 1; Next Games = Friday at Grimsby; Sat. host Norwich at 7:30
DIABETES CLINIC OFFICIAL OPENING IN AYLMER TUESDAY
West Elgin Community Health Care Centre announces the official opening of the East Elgin Diabetes Centre in Aylmer on October 27, 2009 from 3 to 6 pm. The East Elgin Diabetes Centre is one of two diabetes teams working from the West Elgin Community Health Care Centre. The diabetes team which is made up of a nurse and dietitian was placed in the Aylmer Baptist Church starting in the month of January 2008. With an expanding client base they moved in November 2008 to their current location above Shoppers Drug Mart at 5 John Street South Suite 201. (A Ribbon Cutting ceremony will be held at 4:30 pm. Any questions call 765-4797)
EESS SPORTS REPORT – by Erin McCorkle
Last week the Varsity Girls Field Hockey team ended their season with a TVRAA victory. The team traveled to TD Waterhouse stadium in London where they took on Strathroy. In sudden death overtime Holly Scherer scored a beautiful goal earning the Eagles a 2-0 third place win. Tuesday, the Jr. and Sr. Girls Basketball teams played Central Elgin from St. Thomas, the juniors beat the team 36-18 and the senior girls won 59-35. In a great week of basketball both teams went on to play Parkside. In two strong wins, with a score of 51-32 for the seniors and 54-41 for the juniors, the girls finished off their regular season play and begin playoffs this week. The Junior Boy’s Volleyball team took on West Elgin last week. The boy’s played extremely well against this tough team and took home a 3-0 victory. Last week wrapped up regular season play for Eagles Football. On Tuesday, the junior and senior boy’s teams played College Ave. from Woodstock. The juniors won 55-14 and the seniors defeated the team 44-8. Friday was the last home game under the lights for both football teams. Both Jr. and Sr. teams took on Huron Park. In a blowout victory the Jr. Boy’s defeated Huron Park 34-6. In an exciting game the senior boys ended their season with a 35-4 win. This week the Fall sports teams will begin playoffs. Good luck to all teams!
AYLMER FIRE REPORT: (“Hey, thats a long way to ride on the back of the truck”)
The only fire call last week was Monday evening, a false alarm about a smoke alarm going off, as the Monitoring Agency accidentally notified Aylmer, Ontario instead of Aylmer, Quebec!’