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Thursday, April 26, 2018 2:29:43 EDT AM

Ryen Stevens, left, and Aidan Lachine of the Pain Court Patriotes won the senior boys' doubles final at the SWOSSAA badminton championship in Windsor, Ont., on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Contributed Photo)

Ryen Stevens, left, and Aidan Lachine of the Pain Court Patriotes won the senior boys' doubles final at the SWOSSAA badminton championship in Windsor, Ont., on Tuesday, April 24, 2018. (Contributed Photo)

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OFSAA badminton players

Thirteen local players, including eight from Pain Court, have qualified for the OFSAA badminton championship May 3-5 in Windsor.

They qualified at the SWOSSAA senior championship Tuesday, also in Windsor.

Aidan Lachine and Ryen Stevens of Pain Court won the boys' doubles title. Patriotes teammates Matt Gaudrault and Joseph Zarebski are also going to OFSAA.

Autumn Hamilton and Sara Underwood of Pain Court qualified in girls' doubles.

Olivia Lozon of Ursuline and Rachel Benn of Pain Court qualified in girls' singles. Brenden Hunter of Pain Court is going in boys' singles.

Two local teams – Chatham-Kent's Jade Barko and Grant Spence and McGregor's Rachel Carleton and Jake Reid – qualified in mixed doubles.

Red Devils 'pretty boys'

The Wallaceburg Red Devils will host the Point Edward Pacers at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena in the Ontario Jr. 'B' Lacrosse League.

The Red Devils have a 1-1 record after losing 16-12 to the Far West Division-leading Windsor Clippers on Sunday.

“We have to get to hard work,” Red Devils assistant coach Jamie Knight said to the Wallaceburg Courier Press after the loss. “Last year when we were successful we were a lunch-bucket team and right now I would say we're a bunch of pretty boys.

“We got outworked for three periods, and that's why we lost the game.”

The Red Devils will end their four-game homestand against the Hamilton Bengals at 3 p.m. Sunday.

Carter Hastings, Sidney Powless and Cory Lucier are the Red Devils' leading scorers with seven points apiece.

Track meet postponed

The first LKSSAA pre-meet scheduled for Wednesday at Lambton Central was postponed due to poor weather.

The high school track and field schedule has two more pre-meets Wednesday, May 2, at the Chatham-Kent Community Athletic Complex at 3 p.m. and Wednesday, May 9, at Lambton Central at 3 p.m.

The LKSSAA championship meet will be Tuesday, May 15, and Wednesday, May 16, at the Chatham-Kent complex.

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