Amateur Athlete

 2006 Inductee

Doug Zonneville
Born:  Sarnia, Ontario

Doug Zonneville played several sports that included SMAA baseball, Lacrosse and hockey throughout his youth and adult career.  In 1972 Doug was a member of the All Ontario Juvenile Championship Lacrosse team.  Later in life Doug became both a coach and referee in the sport.  In 1978 he was the Assistant Coach with the Pt. Edward Pacers Junior B lacrosse team who captured the Founders Cup.  In the winter months Doug played hockey and in 1971/72 he played on the Bolger Lodge Juvenile hockey team that won the All Ontario AAA Juvenile Championships.  Doug was a member of the Petrolia Squires Intermediate C hockey team that won 2 All Ontario Championships.  In Senior A hockey, Doug was a member of the 1979 & 1981 Allan Cup Championship team.  Doug continued to play Old Timers hockey for local teams and the Electrical Union.  Doug won MVP at the annual IBEW Provincial Tournament in 1987 and Top Scorer in 1996 and 1998.  Doug then switched to coaching and as a coach led his team to two Championships in 2004 & 2005.  In 2005 Doug was named Coach of the Tournament.

Doug also played fastball in the Town and Country league and later turned to SloPitch where in 1987 was a member of the Provincial Slo Pitch Championship team.  He currently remains active in a weekly two pitch league and in the winter he continues to Referee minor hockey.  Doug is married to Wendy and together they have 3 children Stephanie, Jacqueline, and Chris.

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