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Bandits ousted from first round of playoffs by Six Nations

July 18, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Jake Courtepatte The postseason was over for the junior C Caledon Bandits just a little more than 24 hours after the opening draw. Back-to-back ...

Brewers topple Dodgers in battle of Bolton

By Jake Courtepatte The first of two meetings between the AA baseball teams in Bolton this season is over, and for now, the Brewers wear ...

Tire guys finish ball hockey season in first

There were some close games last Tuesday as the Inglewood Ball Hockey League closed out the regular season. The campaign ended with 360º Tire Service ...

Caledon owned horse ran in the Queen’s Plate

By Bill Rea The result was not quite what he was hoping for, but Caledon resident George Ledson felt satisfaction that his horse made it ...

Good week for Kim Farlinger at Equestrian Park

By Bill Rea A swift horse can make a major difference in competitive show jumping, and that’s just what Orangeville’s Kim Farlinger had last week. ...

Brewers’ winning streak has been extended to five games

By Jake Courtepatte The Bolton Brewers are making a push to the top of the standings with only three weeks to go in the North ...

Top two teams pull a little more ahead of pack

Last Tuesday night saw the final evening of Inglewood Ball Hockey League action in the arena in Inglewood for this season. It saw the top ...

Island Lake hosts annual fishing derby

By Jasen Obermeyer Get out the fishing lines, rods and bait, as Friends of Island Lake host their ninth annual Bass Fishing Derby this weekend ...

Osler Open golf tournament raises more than $308,000

Golfers teed off at Lionhead Golf Club in Brampton to raise funds for William Osler Health System Foundation’s 11th annual Osler Open: Brampton Invitational Golf ...

Brewers hit a winning streak

By Jake Courtepatte Chalk up three in a row for the Bolton Brewers. The AA ball club won both games of a doubleheader last Thursday ...

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