Monarch Park opens new stadium

Some projects have a large impact on an organization. Others have an impact on a community. The new stadium built at Monarch Park Collegiate will have an impact on both. With an official-sized turf soccer field and the largest indoor track in Toronto, the new facility will be of benefit to students as well as […]

Malvern boys win first doubles title in 25 years

Malvern Collegiate Institute’s boys’ doubles tennis squad defeated Woburn on Oct. 22 for the City Championship banner. It’s been 25 years since Malvern has won this title. From left: Adrian Hutcheson, Andrew Bourne-Kaponeridis, Austin Schmied, Matt Miller, Abe Rogers, Josh Riendeau, Max Georgeff, Nico Curtis and Bowen Pausey.

Neil McNeil runners see great results

The cross-country teams at Neil McNeil have been raising the bar lately with some impressive achievements. Coach Steve Masterson, who has been at the school for 17 years, praised the hard work of his runners for their recent results including their fifth consecutive TDCAA championship. Other achievements this year included a third place finish at […]

Balmy Beach paddlers bring home the hardware

Paddlers from the Balmy Beach Canoe Club returned home from the national championships in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia last month with 17 medals, placing ninth overall. The club’s paddlers won five golds. The team of Conrad Hopp, Nigel Rockett, Nick Robson and Ryan Nash took the gold in Juvenile Men K4 1000m. KC Fraser, Tamlyn Bohm, […]

Eight Balmy Beach paddlers set to compete in Rome

In just over a month, Canada will be sending 14 paddlers to Rome, Italy, to compete for Team Canada at the ICF Marathon Worlds Championships. Eight of these athletes are members of and paddle for the Balmy Beach Canoe Club. Each of these paddlers competed in May at the Bradford-West Gwillimburys Marsh Mash ICF world […]

ABYC hosts Ontario Summer Games sailing

During three perfect summer days, about 35 boats and 50 sailors raced for gold, silver and bronze at Ashbridge’s Bay Yacht Club in the Ontario Summer Games, held August 17-19 .  The sailors, in the 13-17 year old age group, qualified for the Games through a series of events across the province, with the final […]

Toronto Beaches girls win silver at Provincials

The Toronto Beaches U11 girls team finished an unprecedented regular season of Ontario Women’s Field Lacrosse, culminating with a second place overall ranking. The team made the final four at Provincials by winning games against Owen Sound, Orillia and St. Catherines. In the semifinals, Mimico pushed the Beaches to the brink, but Bailey Jacobs scored […]

Ashbridges hosts Olympic beach volleyball qualifier

On Saturday, July 7 at Ashbridges Bay, four beach volleyball teams battled for two spots representing Canada at the Olympic Games in London. All four teams qualified for the Olympics in Mazatlan, Mexico, at the end of June, but failed to place in the top 16 in the world to automatically qualify for the games. […]

Sports

Zooey Smash ‘em well, left, from Toronto’s Derby Debutantes, lays a shoulder on Holly Hox of Windsor’s Border City Brawlers on June 23, in GTA Rollergirl action at Ted Reeve Community Arena. The game, won by the Brawlers, was the second of a double header. For upcoming games, including an all-day, 14-team tournament on July […]

Malvern girls win fourth rugby title

The Malvern girls rugby team has once again claimed the TDSSAA Championship after defeating Newtonbrook 31-5 on May 28. Newtonbrook struggled throughout the match, with many of their girls unable to cope with the over-30˚C weather at the Sunnybrook fields. “It was a really tough game. It was very hot. We didn’t expect it to […]