The win keeps the Titans’ playoff hopes alive, though they’ll need to win all three remaining games, plus get some help from other teams.
A Toronto Maple Leaf alumni team will face off against Our Nation’s Heroes in a Portraits of Honour Foundation fundraising effort on April 5.
Players across Ontario know Wesley Lau for his hits, kills and points. Among his Condor teammates, he’s also a respected and modest leader.
Head coach Cavell Johnson says better teamwork has led to the Titans’ recent victories — and will be the key to a playoff berth.
The team faced tough challenges along to the road to victory, but eventually prevailed over other regional soccer clubs.
The Conestoga Condors will travel to Algonquin to compete for a spot in the OCAA championship tournament at Humber College.
Don’t let the NHL’s hype fool you — younger sports fans without the nostalgic attachment to hockey are steadily shunning ice rinks for hardwood, writes Matthew Nowell.
As the Sheridan Bruins prepared for the playoffs, Conestoga head coach Haiqi-Liu remained optimistic about his squad’s prospects for next year.
Conestoga’s back-to-back weekend wins gave credence to their head coach’s notion that the players have “bought into being a team.”
Despite the losses, both the men’s and women’s teams are intent on the learning the lessons they’ll need to apply to the new OCAA season next year.
Success in the future will require teams to restructure mid-game and implement creative plays, said one analyst.
Head coach Matthew Buckley believes Conestoga’s team is tight and competitive, but needs to find a way to keep up its energy through the third and fourth quarters.
Conestoga’s women went to five sets, ultimately losing their contest, while the men took straight sets for the win.
Tri-City Roller Derby opened their practice space for a meet and greet on Sunday, Nov. 25 to people who are curious about what goes on within their roller derby league in hope of recruiting new skaters, volunteers and fans.