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Nighthawks take semifinal

After letting a comfortable 21-point lead slip through their grasp, the Orillia Secondary School senior boys' basketball team was in danger of seeing their stellar season come to a heart-breaking demise Tuesday.

Four high-school senior football teams were recognized for their efforts off the field Friday after competing in the Barrie Bleeds Football challenge, hosted by the Barrie Blood Donor Clinic. The event, to promote blood donation, had the group scored on attendance, number of donations, first-time donors, blood type and social media involvement. The winner, with 42 points, was the Barrie North Vikings. In the front row, from left, are Kyle Boyd-Noble, territory manager Elaine St. Pierre and Barrie North Vikings coach Gary Hamilton. In the back row, from left, are Adam Richards, Innisdale Invaders coach Rob Ashwood, Carter Matheson, Eastview Wildcats coach Jeremy Oxley, Bear Creek Kodiaks coach Doug Wilkey and Hunter Lang. MARK WANZEL/PHOTO

Barrie bleeds football

Four high-school senior football teams were recognized for their efforts off the field Friday after competing in the Barrie Bleeds Football challenge, hosted by the Barrie Blood Donor Clinic.

Basketball Night in Barrie, held at Eastview Secondary School on Wednesday, featured junior and senior players from the area. Here, St. Joseph's Jaguars Zach Jagmohan, right, races up court against Barrie North Vikings Ben Hutchins during a senior game. St. Joes won the contest 70-41 and the Jags' Trey Wilson had 27 points. Basketball Night in Barrie continues on Jan. 11.

Basketball Night in Barrie at Eastview

Basketball Night in Barrie, held at Eastview Secondary School on Wednesday, featured junior and senior players from the area. Here, St. Joseph's Jaguars Zach Jagmohan, right, races up court against Barrie North Vikings Ben Hutchins during a senior game. St. Joes won the contest 70-41 and the Jags' Trey Wilson had 27 points. Basketball Night in Barr

Fighting Owls take tournament gold

CCI Fighting Owls Senior Boys Basketball team captured the Queen's University Tournament Championship this past weekend. The team went undefeated 4-0 against teams from around the province, capping the weekend with a 54-46 win over Toronto Lawrence Park Collegiate in the final game.

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