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Mount Forest blanks Orillia 11-0 in weekend action

One step forward, two steps back. That seems to be the best way to describe the fortunes of the Subaru of Orillia Terriers as they near the end of the first quarter of their disappointing Provincial Junior Hockey League season.

Submitted photo Regent Park Public School’s Kayden Beebe, 12, smiles after completing the muddy three-kilometre course at the Simcoe County Area Cross Country Running Championship this week at Mount St. Louis Moonstone. The Grade 7 student was born with cerebral palsy and uses a walker, but doesn’t let that stop him from wrestling, running and other interests. He ran the course alongside his dad, Wade, and was cheered on by many other competitors as he navigated the hilly terrain.

Runner has no plans to slow down

During his first cross-country running season at Regent Park Public School three years ago, Kayden Beebe stumbled during a practice, spilled to the ground and chipped his front tooth. "It was nasty, I can tell you that," recalls Kayden, grimacing at the grisly memory. "There was a lot of blood."

Terriers best Schomberg

Sparked by strong play from rookies and newcomers, the Subaru of Orillia Terriers skated to a hard-fought 4-3 win over Schomberg Thursday night. The much-needed victory snapped a four-game losing skid as the Terriers improved to 2-7 in Provincial Junior Hockey League play.

Family-doctor pilot project launched

There are many people in Orillia and area who do not have a local family doctor. So, when they require medical care, these “unattached patients” typically land in the emergency department of Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH).

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times Orillia Secondary School receiver Quin Bartlett corrals a pass from quarterback Jacob Johnson to earn a first down as the Nighthawks battled Eastview at the West Orillia Sports Complex. The Barrie team scored 17 fourth-quarter points to earn a 31-13 victory.

OSS lost to Eastview 31-13

After being on the wrong end of two routs to open their Simcoe County Athletic Association season, the Orillia Secondary School senior boys' football team was looking to get back on track this week against the undefeated Eastview Secondary School squad from Barrie.

Caledon Golden Hawks crush Terriers

While it's still early in the Provincial Junior Hockey League season, the trends are not encouraging for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers.

Submitted Peterborough’s Cory Johnston, pictured, teamed up with fiancée Kerrilee Delong to win the 30th annual Orillia Fall Challenge. The duo was tops among the 34 teams that competed in the two-day Competitive Sport Fishing League event Saturday and Sunday on Lake Couchiching.

Fall Challenge leaves local anglers reeling

When it comes to professional fishing, size matters. Just ask Cory Johnston, who teamed up with his fiancée, Kerrilee Delong, to capture the Competitive Sport Fishing League's (CSFL) Orillia Fall Challenge title on the weekend.

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times Noah Man shows the form that helped him win a gold medal at the National Taekwondo Championships in Calgary and a bronze medal at the Pan Am Cadet and Junior Championship in Costa Rica. The Orillia Secondary School student, who began the martial art in 2010, has high hopes for a successful year in his final year of junior competition this year.

Noah Man, an OSS student, invited to join elite team

Noah Man, juggling many competing demands on his time, was thinking about quitting taekwondo, a sport he has been immersed in since he was eight. With one eye on the future, the teen knew it was important to keep working hard to maintain his 90% average, but he was also a member of two bands and had begun working at a local coffee shop to save for

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times Orillia forward Ben Schryer managed to get in behind the Stayner defence and got a Grade A scoring opportunity that was foiled by Siskins goalie Zach Levac. Moments later, Schryer scored to give the Terriers a short-lived 1-0 advantage. Stayner cruised to a 14-1 win over the Terriers in a Wednesday night contest at Rotary Place.

Orillia team currently sitting in last place in division

There was a moment, with six minutes left in the second period, that aptly summarized the very short season, to date, for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers. While on a power play, the sloppy Terriers surrendered a two-on-one that ended in another goal for Stayner and further deepened the hole the home side found themselves in.