Image © 2003, Ingelbert Lievaart II || Craig Dingman of the Toledo Mudhens throws a pitch.Image © 2007, Ingelbert Lievaart II || Neil Cooke of the I4C Victory team pitches at the 2007 ISC II Fastball Tournament held in Kitchener and Cambridge Ontario Image © 2007, Ingelbert Lievaart II || Neil Cooke of the I4C Victory team pitches at the 2007 ISC II Fastball Tournament held in Kitchener and Cambridge Ontario Knight # 44 Rob Schremp checks Colt # 26 Michal Birner during Friday night’s game at the John Labatt Centre where the undefeated Knights finished the sold out game with a 5-3 win over Barrie. Laurier Golden Hawk Josh Maltin tackles soaring Mustang Trevor McAninch. With emotions on edge throughout the entire game, London Knight #44 Rob Schremp grappled with Erie Otters: #23 Brett McLean, #5 Brian Lee and #20 Tomas Galasek for control of the puck during Friday night’s home game. Schremp scored 2 of the evening’s goals, helping bring the team to a 6 to 1 win over the Otters. The next home game will be against the Kitchener Rangers, Sunday, September 26, 2:00PM at the John Labatt Centre. To follow the Knights’ season more closely, please visit their website: http://www.londonknights.com. With Hamilton Screaming Eagles Defensive End, #94, Marshall Thomas at the ready as reinforcement, Eagles Line Backer, #55 Chris Claus and Eagles Offensive Guard, #97, Tony Parkes put the squeeze on London Silverback Running Back, #34, Sean Campbell as he made his way downfield. As strong as the Silverbacks are they were overpowered on home turf Saturday night in the TD Waterhouse stadium. The next Silverback’s game will be Saturday September 25th at 7PM vs. the Michigan Renegades. For more details , scores and stats, please visit: http://www.londonsilverbacks.com. London Silverback #34 Sean Campbell gains yards for the team as he successfully evades Hamilton’s Screaming Eagles in Saturday night’s home game in the TD Waterhouse stadium. Despite tight plays, brave tackles and faithful fans the Silverbacks suffered a loss to the Screaming Eagles. UWO Mustang #6 Guillaume Leroux charges forward despite Marauder #24 Tristan Clovis’s fearsome looking blockade. Valiant plays couldn’t fend off a loss to McMaster in Monday’s season opener. The final score was 53-32, Marauders favour. The next home game for the ‘Stangs will be September 18 at 2pm at the TD Waterhouse Stadium. On his knee for the tackle, Marauder #13 Defensive Back, Brandon Little couldn’t bring his opponent down in time. Backed up by teammate, Mustang #67, Offensive Lineman, Geoff St. Dennis, a hunched over lucky #13, Mustang Running Back, Trevor McAninch keeps the ball out of Marauder Defensive End #55, Jeff Robertshaw’s reach. The Mustangs played the McMaster Marauders in UWO’s season opener Monday in the TD Waterhouse Stadium, losing 53-32. McMaster University Marauder #55 Jeff Robertshaw, despite being leader of the team’s defensive efforts in Monday’s season opener, tackles Mustang #9 Christopher Hessel too late to stop the ball from taking flight in favour of the Mustangs. The Move-In-Monday crowd filled the University’s TD Waterhouse Stadium with over 8400 spectators. Though the throng of exuberant fans treated the ‘Stangs like winners they lost to McMaster 53-32.