Andrew Doyle comes up big in Varsity Blues win

Andrew Doyle scored two goals as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated the Laurier Golden Hawks 4-2 on Saturday night in OUA men’s hockey action at Varsity Arena. The captain tied the game on a short-handed marker in the first, before netting the winner 1:25 into the third. Through the first four games of […]

Varsity Blues nip Gaels in women’s hockey shootout

Valencia Yordanov made 24 saves and Taylor Day scored the lone goal of the shootout as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues beat the Queen’s University Gaels 2-1 on Friday night in OUA action at Varsity Arena. This was the third straight meeting between U. of T. and Queen’s that ended as a 2-1 final, […]

Central Tech kicks off anniversary weekend with a win

Central Technical School’s football team started their school’s 100th anniversary weekend in just the right way Friday afternoon. The Blues defeated their rival Northern Red Knights 7-0 at Varsity Stadium in TDSAA high school football action. After Central Tech’s (1-2) Jordan Francis took his first punt return of the game inside the Red Knights’ (2-1) […]

Varsity Blues pick up first win of the season

Russell Turner had two goals and one assist as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues defeated the Concordia University Stingers 6-2 Saturday night in men’s OUA action. This was U. of T.’s second game in as many nights and Turner could see improvement in his game. “It feels really good,” said Turner. “Maybe yesterday I […]

Chaminade shreds Blessed Mother Teresa in ‘rusty’ opener

Like many high school football teams, the Chaminade Gryphon’s best athletes play both offence and defence, but the two-way players put on a show at home Monday afternoon. The 2014 champion Gryphons defeated the Blessed Mother Teresa Titans by a score of 36-6 in their TCDSB season opener. Chaminade quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back, and […]

Brampton Thunder overpower Varsity Blues in exhibition

Laura Fortino and Jocelyne Larocque, two Olympic gold medalists, came into Varsity Arena with their professional hockey team, the Brampton Thunder, to face the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. The result of this game was never up for debate. “U. of T. put up a good fight, but they are playing against national girls, they […]

Red Knights outduel Lancers in season opener

It was a battle of defence and special teams Thursday afternoon as the Northern Red Knights defeated the Leaside Lancers 12-3 in TDSSAA high school football action. But the low score shouldn’t have come as a surprise. While Leaside (0-1) was without starting quarterback Matthew Georgiadis, while Northern’s starting signal caller Treshaun Tran was playing […]

Northern Red Knights ‘expect to win a championship’

During a torrential downpour Tuesday afternoon most students at Northern Secondary School were happy to get their final period off for a teacher’s staff meeting. But for more than 100 young men it was no day off. The Northern Red Knights football teams have continually been one of the city’s best senior and junior squads […]

Jamal Murray taking his talents to Kentucky

The Kentucky Wildcats have become very familiar to top-end Canadian basketball talent. After adding Mychal Mulder earlier this year, and expected 2015 NBA draftee Trey Lyles last season, they increased their collection Wednesday evening when Jamal Murray declared he will be part of the Big Blue Nation for the upcoming season. The 6-foot-5 guard out […]