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Pick Your Poison Trail Run takes place this weekend
On your mark, get set, go!
The “Pick Your Poison” trail run gets underway this Saturday, April 30. Furthermore, this 12.5 km course at Horseshoe Valley offers participants one, two, or four loops of road terrain distances. The trail provides challenging climbs along with switchbacks.
In addition, aid stations will be available throughout. Course finishers will receive rewards for their efforts.
For further information, visit their website here.
Barrie Colts play pivotal Game 5 of OHL playoffs
The Colts came up short on Wednesday night against the Mississauga Steelheads. After five periods of action, the Steelheads narrowly escaped with a 3-2 win in double overtime. Moreover, the first-round series remains deadlocked at 2-2.
Jacob Frasca and Tyson Foerster scored for Barrie, while goaltender Matteo Lalama made 33 saves.
In any event, the Colts return to Paramount Fine Foods Centre for Game 5 against the Steelheads. The puck drop is at 7 pm. A victory on Saturday will push the losing club toward the brink of elimination.
Additionally, the Colts gear up for the OHL Priority Selection Draft. Further, rounds 1-3 of the draft begin tonight at 7 pm.
Simcoe County Rovers make their road debut
The Rovers FC’s men’s and women’s clubs hit the road this weekend. Moreover, the women’s team travels to Centennial College to face Alliance United FC, and the men visit Master’s FA at L’Amoreaux Complex.
The Rovers made their inaugural debut last Sunday at J.C. Massie Field. Barrie welcomed the Rovers with open arms and was not disappointed. Consequently, the women’s team cruised to a 3-0 victory while the men battled to a 1-1 draw.
What’s more, the Rovers announce their participation in the 2022 Credit River Cup. The Rovers aim to establish themselves in the soccer community with a strong showing. Simcoe’s Rovers compete against three League1 Ontario Mississauga clubs to be crowned Credit River Cup champions.