Bulldogs Skate Past Petes

The Hamilton Bulldogs, buoyed by thousands of screaming public school kids, came out flying and never looked back, dominated the visiting Peterborough Petes 4-0. The rare day game, one of two they play in front of local school kids, is always a (loud) hit for players and fans alike. Here’s a look. – Barry Gray

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Hamilton Remembrance Day

Thousands packed Gore Park in downtown Hamilton for the 99th annual Remembrance Day Garrison Parade and Service. Lest We Forget. – Barry Gray

     The colour party leading the parade down James St. North to Gore Park.

 

Saluting Officer Lieutenant General Paul Wynnyk reviewing garrison parade as it passes on James St. North.

 

Members of Hamilton Police Service march past.

 

     Ed Penner salutes atop Clancy on James St. North wearing WWI uniform.

Corporal Matthew Braund, wearing WWI uniform, standing at cenotaph.

 

     The Silver Cross Wreath, laid by Linda Learn & Albert Graham.

 

Col. Peter St. Denis and Chief Warrant Officer Grant Lawson of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders lay a wreath.

 

RHLI Private Laura Sones plays the Last Post.

 

Pipe Major Scott Balinson of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.

 

An Indigenous group from Cathedral High School perform a traditional drumming song.

 

Parade Marshall Rod Paddon salutes.

 

Planes from Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum fly past.

 

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More Dominates St. Mary

The St. Thomas More Knights continued their march to the HWCDSB senior boys football championship with a convincing 53-7 victory of the St. Mary Crusaders at STM. Here’s a look at the action. – Barry Gray

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HWDSB Senior Boys Football Final

In a hard fought contest for the city public championship Westmount and Sir Allan MacNab clashed

at Ron Joyce Stadium. MacNab went on to defeat Westmount 13-12

Photos Gary Yokoyama,Hamilton Spectator

Ancaster Waterdown Girls Bball

Playoffs are in full swing in most sports in Hamilton now, and girls basketball is no exception. Waterdown hosted the seniors from Ancaster in a quarter final game, and dominated the game, winning 59-15. Here’s a look at the action. – Barry Gray

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