The Niagara IceDogs’ lettermen will have a combined seven years experience in the Ontario Hockey League when the 2017-18 gets underway tonight on the road against the Hamilton Bulldogs.
Women’s golfer Shannon Rowan, men’s golfer Adam Graham and baseball player Nick Spillman are Brock University’s top athletes for the week ending Sunday.
Good things came in threes for Niagara teams competing in the Ontario Football League, and we’re not just talking field goals.
When it comes to selling tickets for a university hockey game, a sword dating back to the early 1800s certainly makes the cut
Lucas Hazelton and Justin Savoie rushed for touchdowns and the offensive line shared the game plan as the Niagara Generals tamed the York Lions 23-21 in Ontario Football League peewee action.
Two Wellanders, each in their second season playing soccer in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA), are the Niagara College athletes of the week.
The Brock Badgers women’s rugby team improved to 2-0 routing Trent Excalibur 97-7 Saturday afternoon in front of a hometown crowd.
After missing out on a medal at the Ontario championship on penalty kicks, the Niagara Knights kick off the men’s college soccer season today hoping to take the next step and finish in the top three.
Who will score, and who will soar, for the Niagara RiverHawks in 2017-18 began taking shape Tuesday night when the Provincial Junior Hockey League team opened training camp at Gale Centre in Niagara Falls.
Ryan Hickey scored a career-high four tries and the Brock Badgers opened the men’s university rugby regular season with a 49-12 victory over the visiting Waterloo Warriors.
The toughest part about racing on Tuesday’s opening day of the Canadian Sprint Canoe Kayak Championships wasn’t necessarily the other paddlers, it was winds swirling up 50 km/h that made navigating the Welland International Flatwater Centre’s North Course extremely difficult.
Saturday nights in August are about to get a lot more exciting.
Whether it’s the regular Tuesday night or one of the few Wednesday nights on the kart racing schedule at Merrittville Speedway, one thing hasn’t changed.
Denis Morris Catholic High School wrapped up 2016-17 by presenting school and team awards to the following student athletes:
Lakeshore Catholic High School in Port Colborne presented 2016-17 school and team awards to the following student athletes:
Joey Priestley is the driver who has yet to be beat this season in the karting program at Merrittville Speedway.
The Toronto Maple Leafs aren't just committed to moving up the standings.
Five fighters from Modern Vision Mixed Martial Arts spent a lot of their time on the road recently and very little of it on the ropes.
A former Niagara IceDogs goaltender is dead at the age of 24.
Abu Kigab was a key contributor on the court Sunday when Canada made basketball history.