When they hit the ice next winter, the Orillia Terriers will boast one of the league's top goaltenders, two top offensive forces and a solid nucleus of returning players. But it remains unclear who will serve as the team's general manager and who will coach the fledgling squad.
Dave Dawson, Orillia Packet & Times
Orillia’s Barb Crowther is the first elementary teacher to be recognized by the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board with its coveted Athletic Leadership Award.
The Orillia Terriers’ dynamic duo of Jake Shaw and Marty Lawlor, who led the team in points and comprised two-thirds of one of the most dangerous lines in the Provincial Junior Hockey League, were named the team’s co-MVPs at a year-end awards dinner this week.
For the Millwood Logistics novice AE Terriers, Saturday's game at the Milton Sports Centre was their Stanley Cup final. And the local group of eight and nine year olds didn't disappoint, playing like champions in a dominant 5-1 win that earned them a coveted Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship.
A hard-earned silver medal at Tuesday’s season-ending Georgian Grizzlies Shootout Tournament feels a lot like gold for the unheralded Lakehead University men’s hockey team. It has transformed what looked like a lost season into an unforgettable resurgence.
The Millwood Logistics novice AE Terriers are one win away from becoming the only Orillia team this year to win a coveted Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship.
Against long odds, the Lakehead University women's varsity indoor soccer team made history this week, earning their first win and scoring a berth in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) championship.
A long, impressive run came to a skidding halt in a tense Belleville gymnasium Tuesday night for a very strong Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School senior girls volleyball team.
The Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School girls hockey team is back on top.
After a dispiriting home-ice loss Thursday night, it looked like a chance to win an Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) title had slipped from the grasp of the Millwood Logistics novice Terriers.
Fighting a cold and battling the weariness of travel and high-level competition, Orillia's Lisa Brooking admits she didn't have her best race Saturday at the North America Central America and Caribbean Athletics Association (NACAC) cross-country championship in Boca Raton, Fla.
Ahead 3-0 and in the driver's seat, the wheels fell off Thursday night for the Millwood Logistics novice AE Terriers as they fell 5-4 in a heartbreaking playoff hockey defeat at Rotary Place.
The St. Joseph's Catholic High School girls hockey team earned a measure of revenge Thursday as they upset Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School 3-1 to win the Catholic School Athletics of Simcoe County (CSASC) A/AA championship title at Rotary Place.
Could Kellie Leitch become Canada's next Prime Minister? Leitch, a doctor who has railed against elites while also boasting she has 22 letters after her name, is the most provocative of the 14 candidates vying to become the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
The Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School senior girls' volleyball team extended their extraordinary run of dominance last week when they won their unprecedented fifth straight Georgian Bay Secondary Schools Association (GBSSA) championship.
Orillia's Chris McIsaac is Canada's top collegiate wrestler in his weight class. The powerful 5'7" technically-proficient wrestler went undefeated at the 2017 U Sports Wrestling Championship in Winnipeg on the weekend to earn the gold medal in the 61-kilogram division, helping Brock University sweep to the team title at the national event.
Orillia's Allison Marshall was named the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) volleyball player of the year at the 2017 OCAA Women's Volleyball Championship in Windsor on the weekend.
There will be no four-peat for the Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School varsity boys’ hockey team.
What’s the point? That’s the question that prevails in the wake of this week’s release of the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking of Ontario secondary schools.
Twin Lakes Secondary School graduate Sean Clendinning capped his improbable four-year varsity basketball career in style Saturday, putting an exclamation point on an impressive Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) run of hard-court dominance.