The Innisdale Invaders don't have a single Grade 12 student on their senior team.
The Georgian Grizzlies golf season wrapped up on Friday at the 2014 PING Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) national golf championship.
The Georgian Grizzlies badminton team competed in their first Ontario Colleges Athletic Association invitational tournament of the season this past weekend at the Humber Cup.
The Georgian Grizzlies men’s volleyball team had an impressive showing at the Northern Cup hosted by Cambrian College in Sudbury this past weekend.
The final game of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) regular season had big playoff implications on the line for both the Georgian Grizzlies and the Conestoga Condors on Sunday afternoon in Kitchener.
The Georgian Grizzlies women’s volleyball team showed well at the Niagara College Invitational in their final tournament before the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) regular season gets underway this week.
Barrie Colts goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood and winger Brendan Lemieux have both been tapped to play for Team OHL against the Russians in the upcoming Super Series.
The Innisdale Invaders senior boys volleyball team added four more wins to their season's perfect record by outscoring all opposition two-to-one en route to defeating the host Collingwood Collegiate Fighting Owls in the Collingwood Invitational championship match this past weekend.
The lawyer for Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov insists his client never hit his girlfriend, and says his arrest resulted from confusion caused in part by the Russian couple’s limited ability to speak English.
The tweet appeared around noon Wednesday, some two hours after Ottawa had been rocked and shocked by the shootings that have left this entire country numb.
The Pittsburgh Penguins showed solidarity with their Canadian neighbours on Wednesday night.
The lawyer for Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov says his client will likely never be charged with any offence since it’s “clear to me there was no crime here.”
Week 2 is done ... already? That was fast. Let's get you caught up on the NHL's young season. Or, if you're caught up, let's answer a question or two for you.
Croatian amateur boxer Vido Loncar and his ringside coaches have been given provisional life bans by world body AIBA after he hit a Polish referee and continued punching him on the floor after losing a youth bout.
So many topics to cover with three weeks left in the regular season and so little time, so let's get right to it, shall we?
If defenceman Slava Voynov expected the Los Angeles Kings’ front office to have his back, he was mistaken
Canadian Milos Raonic kept his chances of appearing in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals alive with a first-round win at the Swiss Indoors Tuesday in Basel.
One of the easiest predictions to make about this World Series is that, more often than not, the outcome would be determined by the bullpens.
We'll know soon enough just how well these storybook Kansas City Royals can take a punch in the mouth.