The Owen Sound Attack concluded the tune-up season with a tidy 4-1 victory over the North Bay Battalion Saturday afternoon inside the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre. Read More
The Western Mustangs aren’t the only ones with home Vanier Cup aspirations.
The Ontario Hockey League’s trade deadline passed by at noon Monday with the Owen Sound Attack laying dormant and satisfied. Attack General Manager Dale DeGray confirmed his team stayed put this year, electing to ride into the homestretch with the athletes already stabled in the Scenic City. The only moves made were those done in […]
Talk about a pressure cooker. The Owen Sound Attack returned home late Friday night after getting stomped 9-1 by the Knights in London only to be greeted by a city hopped up on hockey and soaking in the national spotlight. Saturday’s Scotiabank Sportsnet Hockey Day in Canada hosted by the Scenic City culminated in the […]
On a cool fall day in 2007, Robin Pacquing slipped on a wetsuit, grabbed a surfboard and headed into Lake Ontario.
As a teenager, Pacquing had been a huge Baywatch fan and learned to love surfing during a family trip to Hawaii. As an adult, she went on to surf the waves off Tofino, British Colombia, never dreaming she might do the same just outside her door.
Shortly after Western’s Mitchell Bowl victory Saturday, Mustangs rookie Max Von Muehldorfer found his older brother Ben for a lengthy on-field embrace. While the 18-year-old defensive lineman was joyful for a chance to earn a Vanier Cup berth, it was bittersweet because it meant the end of the U Sports road for Ben, a St. […]
The senior football team at Sir Wilfrid Laurier secondary school has been suspended until the end of the week following allegations a team hazing at the high school went much further than just egg-throwing at teammates.