Local rally: Robinson makes Grand Prix debut, Maroons make moves

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Alyssa Robinson of Ridgetown and her ice dance partner Jacob Portz of Calgary finished seventh on the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating circuit in Slovenia.

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Robinson seventh at the Junior Grand Prix

Alyssa Robinson of Ridgetown and her ice dance partner Jacob Portz of Calgary finished seventh on the ISU Junior Grand Prix figure skating circuit on Saturday in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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They finished sixth in free dance after finishing 11th in rhythmic dance. They finished with 132.09 points.

It was the first Junior Grand Prix for the sophomore team. They represent the Calalta Figure Skating Club in Calgary.

Natalie D’Alessandro and Bruce Waddell of Toronto took bronze with 161.79 points.

Russia’s Vasilia Kaganovskaia and Valeriy Angelopol won gold with 167.22 points, while Katarina Wolfkostin and Jeffrey Chen of the United States took silver with 163.25 points.

The Maroons acquire a veteran striker

The Chatham Maroons added experience on Wednesday when they acquired 19-year-old forward Isaac LeGood from the LaSalle Vipers.

LeGood is a LaSalle native who collected four goals and nine assists in 42 games with the Vipers during the 2019-2020 season in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League.

The six-foot-two, 180-pound Good is entering his second junior season.

The Maroons also sent rookie forward Ian Campbell of Kent Bridge to the Blenheim Blades of the Provincial Junior Hockey League.

Campbell, who turns 18 in October, hasn’t collected any points in two games with the Maroons this season.

Ex-Maroon Ford returns to SPHL

Former Chatham Maroons forward Gus Ford has signed with Macon Mayhem of the Southern Professional Hockey League.

Ford, 26, finished the 2019-20 season with the SPHL Quad City Storm after completing his four-year career in NCAA Division III at Northland College. He did not play in 2020-21.

The Tillsonburg native played two-season games with the Maroons.

Woodman now on Elks’ active roster

Chatham defensive back Josh Woodman has transferred to the active Edmonton Elks roster after signing with the CFL team last week as a free agent.

He was in the lineup for a 34-24 loss to the Redblacks on Tuesday night in Ottawa.

He was initially put on the Elks’ suspended list as he completed the necessary COVID-19 quarantine period before joining the team.

The Elks (2-5) are tied for last place in the West Division. Their next game will be on Friday October 8 in Winnipeg.



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