Local midget hockey teams failed to collect any hardware at the 32nd annual Terry O’Neill Pembroke Regional Silver Stick’s Arthur Bogart Memorial (Midget) Tournament this past weekend.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings were outplayed 5-1 by the Hawskesbury Hawks at Friday night’s away game.
The Midget B Petawawa Patriots kicked off the final weekend of Silver Stick with a 3-2 triumph over the Ennismore Eagles on Dec. 2.
Rockwood girls and McNab boys served up two impressive victories to be crowned the 2016 county champions of the volleyball court.
Like many young Canadians in another era, the Maple Leafs came west seeking adventure.
Pound the rock has morphed into pound opponents. Dwane Casey's catch-phrase used to be all about working hard, chipping away, and one day breaking through.
He plays for Canada’s team, but Marcus Stroman will apparently be all about the stars and stripes at the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
There was shock across the NHL last Sunday night when Gerard Gallant was given his walking papers by the Florida Panthers.
One month to go. By now we mostly know which NFL teams are good or bad. Some remain on the fence, in between.
The shooting death of a CFL player in a New Orleans suburb was a “road rage” incident that started on a nearby bridge, a sheriff said Friday, as he urged against a rush to judgment and defended his handling of the case.
For the first time in many years, the Los Angeles Lakers were in Toronto with little buzz.
We all saw this one coming, didn't we? You have to figure Gary Bettman did.
It’s a funny thing this business of going from middle-of-the-road playoff team to actual contender.
Vancouver and Victoria will welcome the world’s top under-20 hockey players in 2019 when the cities co-host the world junior hockey championship.
I first met boxing coach Adrian Teodorescu in the mid 1980’s when he opened a gym on The West Mall in Etobicoke.
As the face of the Canada’s world junior team, Dylan Strome still flashes the odd grimace when he thinks about the twist his career has taken. And understandably so.
As his team wrapped up their first skate at the Scotiabank Saddledome since the completion of their six-game road trip, Brad Treliving addressed a handful of matters.
The Algonquin College Loggersports team may have been prevented from attending this past weekend's Grey Cup game in Toronto, but it was front and centre when Ottawa celebrated its first CFL championship in 40 years. Four members of the Algonquin College varsity team joined thousands of Redblacks fans who cheered on the players who pulled off a thri
Gerry Benoit will again be coaching the Ontario U-14 boys basketball team at the 2017 North American Indigenous Games.