An injection of new blood provided the Subaru of Orillia Terriers with renewed life as they recorded their first win of the season on the weekend.
Dave Dawson, Orillia Packet & Times
Noah Man, juggling many competing demands on his time, was thinking about quitting taekwondo, a sport he has been immersed in since he was eight. With one eye on the future, the teen knew it was important to keep working hard to maintain his 90% average, but he was also a member of two bands and had begun working at a local coffee shop to save for
There was a moment, with six minutes left in the second period, that aptly summarized the very short season, to date, for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers. While on a power play, the sloppy Terriers surrendered a two-on-one that ended in another goal for Stayner and further deepened the hole the home side found themselves in.
When Tyler Davidson was about 10 years old, his father bought him a motorbike. The youngster fell in love. He built makeshift wooden ramps in his backyard and learned to jump with style. Only the falling veil of darkness could get him to come inside.
The Parry Automotive Orillia Lady Kings U19A lacrosse team travelled to Niagara University in Lewiston, N.Y. over the weekend to compete in a seven-versus-seven fall ball women's lacrosse tournament. It was an opportunity for the team's core group of players who will be returning to the team next summer to hone their skills and see how they match u
A lack of depth and a wealth of inexperience proved to be a deadly combination for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers on the weekend as the club was drubbed in its first two games of the 2017-18 Provincial Junior Hockey League season.
In an era of analytics, some would say hockey is a numbers game. Right now, the numbers aren't adding up particularly well for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers.
For four weeks this spring, Jasmin Aggarwal was forced to wear a cast on her right leg. In July, she suffered a concussion following a harrowing crash in a cycling race. It might have put the brakes on competition for many. But the driven Orillia athlete refused to give up.
Courtney Brown is on top of the world. Literally.
New coach and general manager Keith Penna is beginning to put his stamp on the Subaru of Orillia Terriers. The local Jr. C squad signed a pair of players last week, adding size and youth to a team that is looking to rebound from back-to-back disappointing seasons.
As Chris Howe raced back into Couchiching Beach Park on the final leg of the Northern Triathlon Sunday morning, not one of the other 321 athletes vying for the title was in sight.
Dark clouds swirled and rain came down in wind-blown sheets just as the annual Kids of Steel was set to begin Saturday afternoon at Couchiching Beach Park. It was not ideal weather for an event aimed at encouraging kids to participate in a triathlon.
Oro-Medonte cyclist Brody Sanderson found a silver lining amid the waves of choking hot air that shrouded the country's hottest cyclists at the men's cross-country mountain biking competition at the Canada Summer Games (CSG) this week.
The 14th annual Kids of Steel Triathlon -- a swimming, biking and running event specifically designed for kids aged four to 15 -- will be held Aug. 19.
A quintet of Orillia Lady Kings helped Team Ontario reign at the recent Canadian Lacrosse Association U19 Women's Field Lacrosse National Championship in Halifax, N.S. Team Ontario went undefeated en route to winning the Canadian title, as they dominated teams from Nova Scotia, Alberta and B.C.
Orillia's Quintin Hoch-Bullen, making her much-anticipated debut on the world stage, helped Team Canada capture a silver medal at the Women's Lacrosse World Cup in Guildford, England earlier this week.
Horseshoe Valley's Peter Disera won the elite men's division at the 2017 Canadian Mountain Bike Championship in Canmore, Alta., on the weekend.
Jeff Hopkins and Ryan Crowther were long-time teammates, first while playing minor hockey in Orillia and later while playing junior hockey with the Couchiching Terriers.
Orillia was the centre of the universe for Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse on the weekend as the West Orillia Sports Complex became the headquarters for league action on both Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, 13 teams competed in the U15 age group - six in the A division (including the Orillia Lady Kings) and seven in the B division. On Sunday, team
In the golden glow of an undefeated season that was capped by a provincial championship, expectations were sky high for the Orillia Parry Automotive Lady Kings U19 team as it entered this year's Ontario Women's Field Lacrosse (OWFL) season.