Sports

Winless streak snapped

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.

Dylan Llord of St. Catharines setting the pace in the Pro 4 Truck division at New Humberstone Speedway in Port Colborne. He was named the track's 2017 driver of the year. BERND FRANKE/Postmedia News

Racer keeps on truckin'

After collecting 15 checkered flags in just two seasons, Dylan Llord has yet another accolade to add to his racing resume – driver of the year at New Humberstone Speedway.

Justin MacPherson of the Niagara IceDogs tries to keep the puck away from Linis Nyman of the Kingston Frontenacs in OHL action at the Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines on Thursday

Penalties costly for IceDogs

The Niagara IceDogs were back home after playing five games on the road, but it was the Kingston Frontenacs who made themselves right at home in the winner’s circle.

Justin MacPherson of the Niagara IceDogs tries to keep the puck away from Linis Nyman of the Kingston Frontenacs in OHL action at the Meridian Centre in downtown St. Catharines on Thursday, November 16, 2017. Julie Jocsak / St. Catharines Standard/ Postmedia Network

Consistently inconsistent

The Niagara IceDogs were back home after playing five games on the road, but it was the Kingston Frontenacs who made themselves right at home in the winner’s circle.

River Lions tip off Year 3

The roster is set as season number three of Niagara River Lions basketball is set to tip off Saturday night at Meridian Centre.

The St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame honouring the late David S. Howes is located inside Meridian Centre.

The Class of 2017

Five different athletes from five different sports are the newest additions to the St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame.

Brandon Graziani of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish dodges Jorge Rodriguez of the A.N. Myer Marauders to bring in the winning touchdown to beat the Marauders 20-13 at Kiwanis Field at Seymour-Hannah Sport and Entertainment Centre in St. Catharines on Wednesday.

Snap decision pays off

Give the Notre Dame defence a game ball for limiting the three-time defending Ontario champions to one touchdown.