There was plenty of two-wheeled and four-wheeled excitement at the RJ Motosport Park on Sunday.
Danika Phillips has represented her city very well.
The St. Peter's Panthers are good at soccer again.
For the first time in franchise history, the Ayr Centennials have claimed the Clarence 'Tubby' Schmalz Cup as the best Junior 'C' hockey team in the province.
The Barrie Lawn Bowling club is preparing for the 2016 season and is seeking new members.
Bear Creek Secondary School in south-end Barrie will host its Relay for Life event on Friday.
London Knights forward Mitch Marner has been announced as the Ontario Hockey League's Red Tilson Trophy recipient as most outstanding player.
In 1997, a small but determined group of 20 girls, without even a proper field to call their own, got together and formed an under-20 girls' field lacrosse team. A new sport was officially born in the Sunshine City.
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After the opening weekend of the regular season, the Orillia Kings sport twice as many wins as they managed in their entire Ontario Lacrosse Association Jr. B season a year ago.
Katie MacIntosh and Leah Fahey decided to stay close to home.
The Barrie Baycats handed out their championship rings for the 2015 Intercounty Baseball League season on Saturday.
The words came out of Masai Ujiri’s mouth in the hallway just outside the Raptors dressing room, loudly and proudly and with a sense of basketball satisfaction.
(SUBMITTED) - The second annual massive fundraising initiative called “Move to Give” will take place simultaneously in eight communities Saturday.
Putting numbers up on the scoreboard isn't everything.
The Niagara IceDogs appear to be a team of destiny.
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A 17-year-old from Staten Island, N.Y., Kevin Labanc arrived in Barrie chasing his hockey dream.