–Aylmer Council 7pm
–Mark Corey; of R1 Belmont; on March 13; in his 37th year; husband of Tina; son of Randy and Colleen of R1 Belmont; Visitation at Kebbels Funeral Home Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9; Funeral Wednesday at Kebbels at 11 am.
“WORLD JR MENS CURLING (Craig VanYmeren in Switzerland):”
-Sunday = Canada 7 China 1 (Canada wins bronze. Switzerland won Gold)
“AYLMER MIDGETS DOWN 2-0 IN OMHA FINALS:”
-Aylmer Midgets lost 2-1 in overtime in Kincardine Saturday and 5-3 in Aylmer last night so are behind 2-0 in the best-of-five OMHA finals. Next games are Saturday in Kincardine and Sunday in Aylmer.
“AYLMER ATOMS DOWN 2-0-1 IN OMHA FINALS”
– The Aylmer Atoms dropped a 6-5 decision in overtime to Mitchell yesterday here and thus are winless in the first three games of their best-of-five OMHA finals. Aylmer lost the opener 4-2 Thursday and then tied 2-2 in Mitchell Saturday in the opening matches. Next games are Saturday in Mitchell and Monday in Aylmer, if necessary.
SUNDAY IN AYLMER – There was no scoring in the first half of the game; then ten goals in the second half!. Trevan Ball (from Dylan Brower) put Aylmer ahead halfway through period two on a power play and then Mitchell Bakker (from Brower) with six minutes left moved Aylmer ahead 2-0. Mitchell countered with a goal a minute later and then Bakker scored again with two minutes left (from Ball and Mario Verhaege) to give Aylmer a 3-1 edge after 2 frames.
In the third period, Mitchell scored twice in the first minute, the second marker on a power play to tie 3-3. A minute later Bakker completed his hat-trick (from Duncan Matthews) to give Aylmer the edge again. Hower Mitchell scored twice in the middle of the period for their first lead. Aylmer scored with 5 minutes to go to notch things at 5-5 and thats how regulation time ended. Mitchell had a penalty at the beginning of overtime and Aylmer took a penalty three minutes later but neither side connected. Then Mitchell took another penalty with less than 2 minutes to go. But the visitors scored a shorthanded goal for the winner with one minute remaining.
MARCH BREAK ARENA ACTIVITIES:
-Skating= Mon- 10am-12; Tue – 11:30-1:30; Wed- 9 am-11 am; Thur- 11:30-1 pm ; Friday 10 am-12.
-Youth Program – daily – 10 am to 3 pm – for 16 to 18 years; $5