Bishop Smith Catholic High School captured first place overall at the Grade 10/11 badminton tournament held recently at Fellowes High School.
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.
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.
CARLETON PLACE – The Ottawa Junior Senators have a commanding 3-0 lead in the CCHL final series after a 2-1 overtime win in Carleton Place Monday night.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The local food banks recently received some much-needed donations thanks to officers at Garrison Petawawa and beyond.
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.
CHAPEAU – Maybe today, of all days, we need a hockey story with a wonderful ending.
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.
It was with heavy hearts that Pembroke Lumber King hopefuls hit the PMC ice Saturday.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings got a good look at some of its prospects this weekend at the annual spring evaluation camp.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The Petawawa Skating Club's first ever Battle of the Blades competition is being called a success.
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.
Two small but meaningful words spoken by a man at his very first book signing changed Theo Fleury's life forever.
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.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – As the snow vanishes with the advent of spring, so too is another competitive season for the racers of the Pembroke Nordic Ski Club.
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
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
The Pembroke Lumber Kings have their backs against the wall after losing 4-0 to the Ottawa Junior Senators at home Tuesday night.
SUDBURY - Samantha Csisztu gave a spirited performance as the province's best high school cross-country skiers competed at Laurentian University Campus.