Destin Pearson, of the Eastview Wildcats, gives Karl Winder of the Orillia Nighthawks the slip during senior high school football action on Wednesday at Eastview Secondary School. The Wildcats went on to win 28-22.
There's not much of a bench for the Eastview Wildcats.
The cross-country season comes to a head on Wednesday.
(STAFF) — A rain-soaked day at St. Joan of Arc Catholic High School on Monday saw some surprises.During the ‘AAA’ Catholic high-school championship game, the St. Peter’s Panthers defeated the top-seeded Joan of Arc Knights, 6-0, and will move on to the ‘AAA’ Georgian Bay Secondary Schools Association (GBSSA) championship, scheduled for Thursday, Oc
The Catholic School Athletics of Simcoe County (CSASC) girls flag-football playoffs were postponed on Thursday and have been pushed back to Monday.
The St. Joan of Arc Knights continue to be the cream of the crop among Catholic high schools in the Barrie area.
The Nantyr Shores Tritons continue to spear the competition.
The Bear Creek Kodiaks blanked the Nottawasaga Pines Timberwolves, 61-0, during senior boys high-school football action Wednesday at Bear Creek Secondary School.
It's been a season of growth for the Barrie North Vikings.
After a disastrous first quarter, things looked bleak for the Orillia Secondary School Nighthawks senior boys football team who found themselves down 15-0 against a strong Innisdale Secondary School squad.
This may not be the Innisdale Invaders of a year ago.
The Innisdale Invaders faced the Eastview Wildcats during senior boys high-school football action on Friday as part of the Georgian Football Festival at Georgian Sports Field.
This may not be the record-setting St. Peter's Panthers of a year ago.
The Catholic Football Celebration was held Tuesday at the Barrie Community Sports Complex in Midhurst and featured four high-school games.
The Orillia Secondary School (OSS) senior boys opened the Simcoe County high-school football season with a dominant 27-0 victory over Collingwood Collegiate Institute (CCI) Thursday afternoon at the West Orillia Sports Complex.
A positive mental attitude that helps keep their teams buoyed is why Stayner Collegiate Institute chose Jake Underhill and Emma Astrauskas as their senior boys and senior girls athletes of the year.
Lucas McDonald is graduating secondary school on a high note.
Heidi Ohrling doesn't like the spotlight, preferring to talk about her team and the development of the younger athletes.
Ron Andrews still remembers the day he arrived at Barrie Central Collegiate some 25 years ago and took over the reins of the school's senior rugby program.