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Zorra Fuzion - PeeWee B Provincial Champs!
April 16, 2013 - The Zorra Fuzion Girls PeeWee B team accepted medals from Mayor Lupton in recognition of their recent Provincial Championship win! The team photo includes:
Back Row: Assistant Coach Rob Oliver, Assistant Coach Jeff Irwin, Lindsay Bessegato, Abbey Luther, Katie Irwin, Brynn Oliver, Belle De Graafe, Megan Bates, Trainer Anne Goor, Coach Curtis Gartly
Front Row: Keelie Eaton, Kira PreKup, Rachel Gartly, Jenna Winter, Makala Egan
Absent from photo: Assistant Coach Morgan Bates
Thamesford's Christine Reid Finishes 30th in Age Group At New Zealand World Tri Games
"Christine Reid of Thamesford, Ontario came in at 3 hours 14 minutes and 17 seconds making her 30th in an age group of 43 women (55-59) at The New Zealand Tri Games this October 22, 2012. She was the third Canadian across the finish line on what turned out to be a pleasant and dry race day. While much of the focus in Auckland fell on the elite athletes as they chase vital points in their final push for the World Championship and season ending rankings, the eyes of the global triathlon community were also much on the age group events, with world titles and rankings on the line in 5 year age brackets for men and women." Congratulations Christine!!
Zorra's own Karen Calder writes about the upcoming baseball season in her blog. Check it out here.
Congratulations Embro Girls Baseball Team!
At the December 20, 2011 Council meeting, Mayor Margaret Lupton and Councillor Gord MacKay present medals to some of the girls from the Embro baseball team for their Championship win at the Ontario Rural Softball Association!
Congratulations Embro Darrin Dood Peewee Hockey team!
Two Zorra local league teams competed in the Mason Berube Memorial Tournament in Dresden on the weekend of November 26, 2011. Thamesford beat Embro in the preliminary round in an exciting sudden death shootout 2 to 1. On Sunday the two Zorra teams met in the finals and the Embro Darrin Dodd Peewees won the championship by a score of 3 to 1.