HAMILTON – This season was quite the roller-coaster ride for the Bear Creek Kodiaks.
The Eastview Wildcats came into Burlington with plenty of confidence and expectation.
The inaugural Blue Puck Cup hockey tournament involving 10 area high schools from both the Catholic and public school boards was held on Wednesday in Barrie.
ORILLIA – The Bear Creek Kodiaks are alive and continue to thrive.
Thirty-three up, 33 down.
The Innisdale Invaders won the Georgian Bay Secondary Schools Association (GBSSA) 'AAA' senior girls basketball title on Tuesday night with a 36-30 win over the Orillia Nighthawks.
The Orillia Secondary School senior girls also had a stellar season as they went 6-2 in the regular season and showed steady improvement throughout the year.
St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School in Barrie hosted the girls basketball 'AAA' basketball Georgian Bay Secondary Schools Association (GBSSA) tournament on Tuesday.
The Banting Marauders have always been a team with great athletes.
On Tuesday, the Bear Creek Kodiaks season had been over for a few days.
The two best teams in the regular season will meet up in the finals.
No one has come close to touching the Eastview Wildcats this year.
The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSSA) provincial cross-country championships were held on Saturday in Port Hope.
The Nantyr Shores Tritons continue to ascend.
The Barrie North Vikings defeated the Bear Creek Kodiaks, 35-27, on Friday in the Simcoe County Athletic Association senior boys football semifinal at Bear Creek.
Basketball Night in Barrie organizers are again looking for high-school teams to compete in the fourth-annual event.
The Catholic School Athletics of Simcoe County (CSASC) will continue its girls basketball playoffs this week.
By this time of the year, teams have to be at their best.
The Bear Creek Kodiaks dealt a heavy blow to the Collingwood Fighting Owls during Simcoe County Athletic Association (SCAA) senior boys football semifinal action on Tuesday at Bear Creek Secondary School in Barrie.