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Windsor Essex Sports Weekend Recap

Here's a look at this weekend in #WindsorEssexSports




The Windsor Express improved to 4-6 with a 119-86 win over Flint United. For the third time in the past four games Billy White led Windsor in scoring with 21 Sunday afternoon. He also had 15 rebounds and six assists. Windsor begins a mini four-game series against the KW Titans starting Wednesday in Kitchener. The Express host the Titans Friday at the WFCU Centre in their next home game.



Connor McCracken was the Colenutt Signs "Champion Of The Game" Saturday night as the Essex 73's beat Wallaceburg 11-0 to clinch first place in the Stobbs division. They have now won five straight games. The Lakeshore Canadiens beat the Thunderhawks 7-2 Friday night for their 7th win in a row. Lakeshore at Essex Tuesday night.






The Windsor Spitfires salvaged got a win on the final day of their three-game eastern road swing with an 8-4 win over Kingston. Matthew Maggio was the game's first star with a 2 goal, 2 assist effort. Shane Wright returned to the roster after sitting Friday night in Ottawa and had a goal and an assist. Windsor returns home Thursday to host the London Knights who have a one point lead over the Spits atop the Western Conference.



After losing a stinker Thursday night at home to St. Thomas, the Leamington Flyers rebounded Friday to beat St. Mary's 4-3 and clinch the Western Conference title. They'll face Sarnia in the first round.

The LaSalle Vipers lost 6-3 to St. Mary's Sunday night to finish 4th. They'll host Chatham when they open the second season this week.



The Lancer men's volleyball team swept the Western Mustangs 3-0 to advance to the OUA semi-finals. The men's hockey team eliminated Brock from the playoffs with a 6-4 win Saturday night at the Capri Recreation Complex. The Lancers took the best-of-three series 2-0. Both the men's and women's track and field team placed 4th at the OUA championships hosted by UWindsor. Stay tuned for our video and meet recap this week.


The women's basketball team at St. Clair survive to play another game beating Loyalist 69-67. The Saints advance to the Final 8 for the 9th straight season.





Here's video of the Windsor Clippers supporting the Windsor Polar Plunge for Special Olympics. The event was a great success and has raised over $300,000 since 2015.


And finally here's a look at the OCAA men's Final 8 bracket taking place this week at the St. Clair Sportsplex.




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