Multisport star Prevost to be honoured Saturday

The French Cultural Centre Jolliet will honour multisport star Carolyne Prevost of Sarnia with a free bilingual event Saturday at the Francophone Community Centre.

Carolyne Prevost of Sarnia, Ont., competed in her first CrossFit Games in August 2019 in Madison, Wisc. Photo: Carolyne Prevost's Twitter (@cprevost27) jpg, SO

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The French Cultural Centre Jolliet will honour multisport star Carolyne Prevost of Sarnia with a free bilingual event Saturday at the Francophone Community Centre.

The social runs from 5-7 p.m. and the ceremony from 7-9 p.m. at 901 Rapids Parkway.

Prevost is a Sarnia Lambton Sports Hall of Fame inductee who has won 11 national championships in five sports (hockey, taekwondo, soccer, ball hockey and Cross-Fit).

Her resume includes seven years in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League and two NCAA hockey championships with the Wisconsin Badgers.

Guests can listen to speeches by her relatives, coaches and trainers, watch a highlight video, and see many of her awards and jerseys. Prevost will sign autographs and pose for photos.

There will be free snacks and a cash bar.

Donations will be accepted for Prevost’s next Crossfit competition.

Wolfpack lose SWOSSAA finals

The Great Lakes Wolfpack lost to the Essex Red Raiders 3-1 in the SWOSSAA senior boys’ volleyball AA final Thursday in Essex.

Essex won 25-16, 25-15, 30-32, 25-14 to qualify for the OFSAA championship Nov. 21-23 in Stratford.

Also, Great Lakes lost to Kingsville 60-32 in the SWOSSAA junior girls’ basketball AA final.

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