The Intercounty Baseball League (IBL) announced Wednesday that the Guelph Royals have taken a leave of absence effective immediately to pursue new investors.
Hockey Canada has announced its development camp rosters for the under-18 level as well as for players recently drafted into the Canadian Hockey League out of the minor-midget ranks.
Enjoying the sunny weather during the first day of summer, Susan Danac took the opportunity to play some tennis with her son, Brock Hughes, at the Barrie Community Tennis Club at Queen’s Park on Wednesday.
Jake Julien was not a football player.
The Barrie Baycats extended their undefeated streak to 13 games with a 10-3 victory over the Burlington Herd, Tuesday night.
Tom Oldershaw will once again be putting the pedal down to bring attention to poverty and the homeless.
Orillia's Ali Van Yzendoorn will test her mettle against the world's top cyclists later this summer and her goal is to bring home a medal.
Barrie’s St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School has announced its student athletes of the year for 2016-17.
Several well-known names familiar to local hockey fans as well as some former Barrie Colts are up for grabs in the National Hockey League expansion draft.
The Barrie Colts have signed a pair of players drafted in last year’s Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.
Carlos Costa is something of a legend in the world of marathon swimming.
SUNRISE, Fla. — Former NHL MVP Chris Pronger eventually wants to be a general manager, and Florida Panthers GM Dale Tallon saw that as an opportunity.
“We’re real.” And with that, George McPhee exhaled.
The Blue Jays sweated out (literally) a 7-5 victory over the Texas Rangers at steamy Globe Life Park on Wednesday night.
CHICAGO — As young Gabriel Vilardi slowly buttons up the pinstriped Chicago Cubs jersey he has just been handed, it’s not the shirt on his back that has a leather-lunged fan in the stands voicing his playful displeasure.
The unofficial fashion police have spoken. And their verdict: The Vegas Golden Knights are winners even before they’ve filled out their roster.
Eight was not enough for the Blue Jays on Tuesday.
Masai Ujiri is basically in juggling mode right now, but it’s nothing new.
LAS VEGAS — George McPhee couldn’t sleep last night.