The Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers snapped their six-game losing streak on the weekend, crushing the Huntsville Otters 5-1 at the Canada Summit Centre.
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Editor’s note: Three accomplished athletes have been nominated as Orillia’s top athlete for 2016. The Packet & Times is profiling the nominees. Today, we conclude with a profile of Owen Kaczanowski.
In what was likely a first-round playoff preview, the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers did little to strike fear into their prospective opponents Wednesday night, falling 7-3 to the visiting Alliston Hornets in an uninspiring effort at Rotary Place.
Editor’s note: Three accomplished athletes have been nominated as Orillia’s top athlete for 2016. The Packet & Times is profiling the nominees. Today, we feature Quintin Hoch-Bullen.
Editor's Note: Three accomplished athletes have been nominated as Orillia's top athlete for 2016. Over the next three days, The Packet & Times will profile the nominees starting today with Jasmin Aggarwal.
Often, tax-paying citizens are frustrated when those in power -- whether that's at the municipal, provincial or federal levels -- refuse to give them an audience and opt to turn a blind eye to their concerns. That cannot be said of Orillia's current city council.
A behind-the-scenes heavyweight in boxing and three outstanding athletes who honed their skills in their hometown and went on to represent Orillia with distinction on the provincial and national stage will be inducted into the Orillia Sports Hall of Fame in April.
As any homeowner can attest, if you don't stay on top of minor maintenance issues at your humble abode, you will inevitably run into major problems. So, imagine the challenge of trying to stay on top of the issues that arise in a landmark public building such as the iconic Orillia Opera House.
Beset by nerves in front of a raucous home-court crowd, the Orillia Secondary School senior boys’ basketball team stumbled to a slow start that proved costly in the pressure-packed 73rd annual Orillia Blackball Classic championship game Saturday night.
What a weekend of hockey. The 21st annual Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament wrapped up Sunday with championship games in 16 divisions, and when the final gold medal was handed out, 101 teams from across the province had competed in more than 185 games at seven arenas around the region.
Canada’s longest continuously running high-school basketball tournament debuted at a new venue Friday, when action tipped off in the gleaming, new gym of Orillia Secondary School (OSS), which opened last year.
Despite a new goalie, old problems continued to haunt the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers Thursday night as they were dumped 5-1 by the host Schomberg Cougars.
The puck dropped Friday morning to kick off the 21st annual Orillia Hawks Girls’ Hockey Tournament at local arenas.
Danny Lutes, perhaps the best hockey player of his era, died in a car crash earlier this week in Vancouver. He was 63.
Three outstanding local athletes have been nominated as Orillia’s Athlete of the Year for 2016.
For local high-school basketball players, the annual Orillia Blackball Classic is a rite of passage. It's a tournament they all desperately want to win. But it's also a favourite of teams from throughout the province because it is the longest continuously-running high-school basketball tournament in Canada.
When Chapter 725 of the city's municipal code was written, nobody had cellphones in their pockets and the idea of a service like Uber was not even a gleam in some bright computer coder's mind.
The city’s most popular hockey tournament will be bigger than ever this year. This weekend’s 21st annual Orillia Hawks Tournament, organized by the Orillia Girls Hockey Association (OGHA), will feature 101 teams – breaking the record 83 teams that attended a year ago.“We were able to secure extra ice in Barrie and Gravenhurst and that allowed us to
As the Provincial Junior Hockey League's regular season winds down, the Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers have fallen into the bottom of the standings - a dangerous position they wanted to avoid.
Without question, we've been inundated with a lot of snow in recent weeks. But, it's winter in Canada and to expect otherwise would be foolish. And yet, it seems the City of Orillia did not expect it - or certainly is not prepared to deal with it.