New record set in pole vault

February 16, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Bill Rea Athlete Alysha Newman, who trains at Bolton Pole Vault, now holds the women’s record for an indoor vault in Canada. The 22-year-old ...

North Dufferin Baseball gears up for 2017 season

The North Dufferin Baseball League will hold its annual general meeting and 2016 awards presentation March 12 at the Lisle Legion. League membership, players and ...

Oilers jump into lead in senior hockey standings

Feb. 6 saw the two top teams face each other in the Caledon Senior Hockey League, and when things had settled, the Jiffy Lube oilers ...

Double Win for Caledon girls’ hockey in Huntsville

Golden Hawks keeping pace with Stayner Siskins

By Jake Courtepatte It’s time for the rest of the Provincial Junior Hockey League to take the Caledon Golden Hawks seriously. The league’s worst offense ...

DQ Athletes of the Week — Feb. 9, 2017

Golden Hawks to face Siskins in PJHL first round

By Jake Coutepatte It’s been a challenging year for the Caledon Golden Hawks, but the junior C club’s biggest challenge yet lies ahead. With the ...

Nobletoyz Athletes of the Week — Feb. 2, 2017

The weather last Saturday was unseasonably warm, putting a damper on the annual Alton Mill Pond Hockey Classic. But organizers were ready with Plan B, and players left the pond to take part in the grand Canadian custom of street hockey. “We had to roll with what came,” Alton Mill co-proprietor Jeremy Grant observed. Councillor Johanna Downey was sent on a break away by Inspector Ryan Carothers of Caledon OPP.
Photos by Bill Rea

Pond hockey tournament ends up on the street

Very successful week in Florida for Eric Lamaze

Canada’s Eric Lamaze scored his first win of the 2017 competition season, taking victory in the $35,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round III ...

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