The death of Ayr Centennials captain Eli Palfreyman has rocked the hockey world, including Brantford where he is being remembered as a fierce competitor who was both tough and caring. Read More
Some of the James Gang’s biggest outlaws stayed home Saturday night and that may have been the difference as the North Stars edged the Kawartha-area bad boys 9-8 inside the Bayshore. Ennismore arrived in Owen Sound without their two top scorers, and although they hanged around in the contest they never mounted much of an […]
In a brief announcement on social media, news was shared late last week that Monty the piping plover has died. Monty’s unexpected death left members of Chicago’s birding community stunned, as well as those who’ve been following his romance with mate Rose from afar for the past four years. Read the full story by WTTW-TV…
The London Knights have played five entertaining games on home ice so far. But a 4-3 loss to North Bay before 8,954 Friday dropped London to 1-3-1 at Budweiser Gardens this season. They need to quickly turn their rink back into one of the most uncomfortable visits in major junior hockey. “We’re always trying to […]
Damian Warner is Athletics Canada’s 2021 athlete of the year. The 32-year-old Londoner was named the Jack W. Davies Trophy winner for his Olympic gold-medal and record performance last summer in Tokyo. He became the fourth multi-eventer in history to surpass 9,000 points (9,018), carried Team Canada’s flag at the Closing Ceremony and was named […]
Mt. Brydges native Mark Bujnowski earned one of Ontario university track and field’s highest awards and Western’s Hallee Knelsen claimed female rookie of the year honours.
Over 300 of the top track and field athletes in Grey-Bruce gathered at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine Monday for the 2023 Bluewater Athletic Association track and field championships. The top four finishers in each event qualified for next week’s Central Western Ontario Secondary Schools Association (CWOSSA) track and field championships, which are set for […]