Photo courtesy of Robert Lefebvre/ Ottawa Junior Senators's players and staff gather around the Bogart Cup Saturday night after claiming the Central Canada Hockey League championship with a 5-4 win over the Carleton Place Canadians in game 5 of the final series.

Jr. Sens win Bogart Cup

CARLETON PLACE – The third time was definitely the charm for the Ottawa Junior Senators as the team captured the Bogart Cup Saturday night in Carleton Place.

Submitted photo: Quinton Hodgson of Fellowes High School signs his scholarship to play football at Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. Looking on is his high school football coach, PJ Weller.

Hodgson receives football scholarship

Quinton Hodgson is a punishing football player. He loves dishing out a big hit and through his four years of playing with the Fellowes Falcons he has earned a reputation for being one of the hardest hitters in the Lanark-Renfrew High School Football League.

Tina Peplinskie/Daily Observer: The Pembroke Boxing Club recently celebrated its official opening in Downtown Pembroke. Trying on some gloves and putting their dukes up for the occasion (from left) were Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski, Pembroke Deputy Mayor Ron Gervais, PBIA board member John Butler, PBIA vice-chairwoman Janna Fortin, PBIA chairman Michael St. Jean, assistant coach Benjamin Mathieu and Jay Burgoyne, head coach and club owner. Missing is assistant coach Greg Robert.

Sharing his passion

A retired soldier has assembled a team to create an environment that introduces the community to the rich history of boxing while making it accessible to everyone.

Tina Peplinskie/Daily Observer: Pembroke Lumber King players Noah Maika (left) and Jacob Smith visited the Pembroke Mall Wednesday along with their coach Dale McTavish in order to sign the condolence banner for their hockey brothers from the Humboldt Broncos.

PLK players sign banner

From Hockey Town to Humboldt and everywhere in between, communities across Canada and beyond are looking for ways to offer support to those grieving following the tragic bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos Jr. A hockey team.

Tina Peplinskie/Daily Observer : The Pembroke Lumber Kings handed out the hardware March 29 at its award event at the Pembroke Memorial Centre. Showing off their awards at the conclusion of the banquet are (back from left) assistant coach Keith Roach, Connor Warnholtz, Matthew Barnaby, assistant coach Ben Reinhardt, Jake Smith, Zachary Cross, head coach Dale McTavish and (front from left) Casey Rhodes, Noah Rowland and Malcolm Arseneau.

Lumber Kings hand out hardware

Members of the Pembroke Lumber Kings, coaching and training staff, billet families and volunteers gathered last week, one last time to celebrate individual achievements from the season that was.

Tina Peplinskie / Daily Observer: Goalies Jake Smith and Connor Hicks share a moment as members of the Pembroke Lumber Kings and Ottawa Junior Senators shake hands following Sunday night's game which saw Ottawa win game 6 of the CCHL quarter-final at the PMC.

Ottawa eliminates Pembroke

The Pembroke Lumber Kings's season came to an end Sunday night with a 6-1 loss to the Ottawa Jr. Senators in front of 945 fans at home.

Brendan Browne of the Pembroke Lumber Kings tallied a power-play goal Thursday night in Ottawa, to help lift his team to a 4 - 3 win over the Ottawa Junior Senators.

Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive, stayin' alive!

OTTAWA – The Pembroke Lumber Kings demonstrated some real character Thursday night. Backed into a corner and fighting for its playoff life, the team came out fighting on enemy ice and earned a 4 – 3 win over the Ottawa Junior Senators.The victory gets the Kings back into their Central Canada Hockey League (CCHL) quarter-final series with the Junior

The late great Roger “Elliot” Lepine enjoying some early-season trout fishing in Montebello, Quebec.

Spring, a magical time of rebirth outdoors

With ice huts soon flying south for the summer and wild turkey season around the corner, the smell of spring is definitely in the air.I don’t know about you, but the arrival of spring cannot come soon enough for me! Winter has its merit, I suppose, but after four months of snow and freezing rain, enough is enough. To hear the thumping drum of the f

Tina Peplinskie / Daily Observer: Pembroke Lumber Kings's forward Casey Rhodes cuts in towards the Ottawa Junior Senators's net while being watched closely by defenceman Devon Daniels and goalie Connor Hicks during the first period Tuesday night at the PMC. Hicks stopped 30 shots to earn the win in the 4-0 shutout in game 4. Ottawa leads the series 3-1.

Jr. Sens blank Kings

The Pembroke Lumber Kings have their backs against the wall after losing 4-0 to the Ottawa Junior Senators at home Tuesday night.

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