On campus

Ryan Lambert (Blessed Trinity) contributed 13 points as Mount Allison dumped St. Mary’s 39-8.

B's score in double digits

Ryan Miotto netted a hat trick to take over the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League's goal scoring lead, and the Welland Junior Canadians skated past the Buffalo Regals 10-3 to move into third place in the Golden Horseshoe Conference.

Top kicks in qualifier

Alex Latham and Aaron VanVelzen netted goals to give the visiting Niagara Knights a 2-1 victory over the Cambrian Golden Shield and a berth in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association men's soccer championships.

Panthers back in win column

Joel Nagy, Shane Donovan, Mitch Rossit and Mason Ash each scored a goal to give the visiting Pelham Panthers a 4-2 victory over the Buffalo Regals.

Niagara's Brooke-Lyn Murdoch, shown driving to the basket in this file, was a force on both sides of the ball when the Knights opened the women's college basketball season Friday night in Brampton. BERND FRANKE/Welland Tribune

Split decision on hardwood

Trouble wasn't a Bruin – a Sheridan Bruin – when the Niagara Knights tipped off the 2016-17 women's college basketball season with a 77-47 victory Friday night in Brampton.

Welland Junior Canadians goaltender Brandon McCorriston, shown making a stick save against the Pelham Panthers in this file photo, backstopped the junior B hockey team A 3-0 victory over Pelham for his second shutout of the season. BERND FRANKE/Welland Tribune

B's blank Panthers

Brandon McCorriston stopped 44 shots for his second shutout of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League season backstopping the Welland Junior Canadians to a 3-0 victory over the Pelham Panthers.

The Niagara Falls Canucks fell 4-2 to the visiting Caledonia Corvairs Friday night

American happy to be a Canuck

Off to a solid start with the St. Catharines Falcons, Owen Green was caught off guard when he was traded to the Niagara Falls Canucks last week.