The Glengarry News

Sabourin

Prowlers head into game three with playoff series tied 1-1

sean Mar 6, 2019 - 12:29pm

The Cornwall senior 'A' Prowlers split their first two semifinal series games with the Mont Laurier Montagnards, dropping the opener on the road 6-4, before rebounding 6-5 on home ice.

The third match is set for March 9 in Mont Laurier, with game four on Sunday, March 10, at 4 p.m., at Cornwall's multi-sport complex. The series is a best-of-five.

Of the county players on the roster, Maxville's Adam Wensink scored twice in the first two games and added an assist, while Martintown's Jesse Fontaine notched one marker. The team also includes Pierre-Luc Sabourin, a defenceman from Alexandria.

Prowlers set for senior 'A' hockey home opener

sean Oct 19, 2018 - 7:33pm

Coming off a 13-6 victory over the Cumberland Bandits last weekend, the Cornwall Prowlers senior 'A' hockey team will have its home opener on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Cornwall's multi-sport complex. Game time is set for 8 p.m, versus the Pontiac Comets, who are 0-2 on the season.

There is Glengarry county content on both sides, with Maxville's Adam Wensink suiting up for the Comets. The Prowlers have Jesse Fontaine and Pierre-Luc Sabourin.

Tickets are $8 for those 19 and over, $5 for ages 18 and under. A pre-sale of up to 100 tickets will be available at 812 Pitt St., Unit 52, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ticket sales at the door begin at 7 p.m.

Should the crowd exceed 700, there will be a draw of fans in attendance, the winner awarded a 55-inch TV.

Looking ahead, the team's second home game will be played Friday, Nov. 2, versus the Vaudreuil Titans, at 8:30 p.m.

Rowing Club open house scheduled for tonight

sean Apr 11, 2017 - 1:18pm

The Upper Canada Rowing Club kicks off its new season with an Open House and Registration event on Tuesday, April 11.  This is an opportunity for anyone interested in trying out the sport to come out and see the equipment, meet existing members, and ask questions. It's also a great chance for returning rowers to renew their memberships.

The club hosts a number of events and programs during the summer season, including the perennially popular Learn to Row courses.

The next course runs Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8 pm, from May 15 to June 7. There will also be a course running Tuesday and Thursday evenings, starting May 30. Cost of the course is $180, which includes a full club membership for the first year. Once qualified, rowers can use club equipment, attend group rows and social events, and participate in competitive regattas.

Club president Sylvie Sabourin points to the fun and addictive nature of the sport and its well-deserved reputation as a superb total body fitness activity in explaining rowing's burgeoning popularity.  

Here are ways you can reach the rowing club:

Another open house will be held on May 1.