Eight high schools are hosting games at the 56th Standard Boys Basketball Tournament taking place Dec. 4-8 in St. Catharines and Thorold.
Volleyball players Jaydon Milne and Melissa McFadden are Niagara College’s top athletes for the week ending Sunday.
Special teams lived up to their name when the Niagara RiverHawks hosted the Simcoe Shamrocks in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s South Bloomfield Division.
Great Danes playing hockey in the home of the Niagara IceDogs?
It’s was the visiting Niagara IceDogs, not the Barrie Colts, who galloped out of the gate, but it was the Colts who had all the horses down the stretch.
Just how close are the top three teams in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Golden Horseshoe Conference?
Rowers made the biggest splash when the time came to select athletes of the week at Brock University.
The Niagara RiverHawks tied the Dundas Blues 4-4, but the Provincial Junior Hockey League team was still singing the blues on the trip home from Hamilton.
Brock University is among five Canadian host sites selected for new Rowing Canada hubs
The Niagara College men’s soccer team won’t begin competing for a medal until the Ontario championships get underway Thursday.
The exhibition games are done, the pre-season workouts are complete.
Hunter Gray was a four-star General when the Ontario Football League tyke division playoffs kicked off Saturday in St. Catharines.
The Niagara Riverhawks’ penalty killing unit picked a good time to come to life scoring three shorthanded goals in a 4-1 win over the host Mudcats Friday night in Dunnville.
They have always been the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Thursday night’s Provincial Junior Hockey League game at Gale Centre in Niagara Falls was a case of good news, bad news for the host Niagara RiverHawks.
"Undisciplined” play and “lazy penalties” couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Niagara RiverHawks when they faced the Port Dover Sailors on the road Sunday.
Niagara teams ended the Thanksgiving Day weekend on a losing note dropping both ends of an Ontario Football League doubleheader Monday in Burlington.
The Niagara RiverHawks got a jump start on Hometown Hockey weekend in Niagara Falls with a 4 -3 win over the Simcoe Shamrocks Thursday night at the Gale Centre.
Stefanie Pavlovich once again is bleeding Badger red, this time with a clipboard in her hand and a whistle around her neck.
Quinn Johnston returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown and the Niagara Generals never looked back after that on their way to a 33-15 victory over the Scarborough Thunder in Ontario Football League’s peewee division.