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Spits win streak ends, Saints set record

Updated: Jan 23, 2023

The Windsor Express are 0-2 following a 105-83 loss in London against the Lightning Saturday night. Nick Garth led the Express with 19 points. Windsor's bench outscored London's 40-28 with Latin Davis leading the way with 15 points.


London outscored Windsor 35-14 to open up an 22 point halftime lead.


With six returning players he is hopeful the Express will rebound from a 2021-2022 season that saw the team go 4-17. "To get them with a full season acclimated to what we're trying to do, this is probably one of my favourite groups."




The St. Clair men's basketball team earned two victories this weekend and broke a school record. The Saints scored an impressive 123-82 win over Conestoga Saturday breaking the previous school mark of 120 regulation points last reached during the 2018-2019 season. Shakael Pryce led the way with 28 points.




The Windsor TFC 2009 boys earned a silver at Chocolate Milk Futsal Cup in Sterling Heights, Michigan.

The team was undefeated heading into the gold medal game and lost in penalty kicks in the championship game.






Brett Harrison scored three goals and added two assists to lead the Windsor Spitfires to an 8-7 win over the Barrie Colts Saturday night. All three of Harrison's goals were scored in the 2nd period as Windsor opened up a 7-4 lead. The Colts would storm back to tie it early in the third but Colton Smith found the back of the net at 10:02 as Windsor held on for their 6th straight win.


The Spits couldn't notch lucky number seven as they lost Sunday in Oshawa. The east division cellar dwellers scored three first period goals and opened up a 7-3 after two periods. Liam Greentree scored a pair of goals 26 seconds apart early in the third and cap off his hat trick but Cameron Butler scored at 10:43 and potted an empty netter as the Generals snap Windsor's win streak with a 9-5 win. t.



The University track and field team won 16 medals at the Youngstown Invitational and Mike Lints Invitational. The Lancers earned four gold, seven silver and six bronze medals. Anthony Atkinson set a new school record in the men's weight throw reaching 17.65 meters. Windsor is on the road again next week and will host the OUA championships in late February.

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