It was a long road to victory for the Blessed Mother Teresa Titans, but they made it. After a 96-49 rout over Michael Power on Feb. 24, they defeated rivals Father Henry Carr 67-46 last Monday to take the Division One basketball title.
A former student of Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate is considering a pro hockey future.
With the snow outside starting to melt, Scarborough’s many young hockey players are looking for something to keep them active and their skill levels high. For many the answer is lacrosse, made possible by The Scarborough Stars Lacrosse Association.
For the 12th time in 28 years, Bruce Delaney’s team has swept to victory at the Ontario provincial senior curling championships. He defeated Kirk Ziola of Chatham Granite Club 10-1 Jan. 18 at the Scarboro Golf and Country Club. Delaney was definitely not expecting such a big difference in scoring. “We expected this to be […]
It seemed like there wasn’t even enough time for the sweat on the 2008 Seneca Sting Invitational court to dry before this year’s champs, the West Hill Warriors’ senior boys, were back in practice. After taking the top spot, the boys were back on the court in their home gym for practice first thing after […]
Janice Connell sits alongside other parents, students and teachers on the bleachers and watches the first game of the season for the Sir Oliver Mowatt Collegiate’s indoor varsity soccer team. As her son blocks the ball from a Stephen Leacock Collegiate player, Connell stands up and cheers.
There is usually pressure for senior high school students to decide which college or university they want to attend but for Maurice Walker, that pressure is a little higher. His parents, fellow classmates, teachers and even some university basketball coaches are anxiously waiting to hear his decision.
The volleyball season is over, but a new tradition is just beginning for players in east Scarborough. The first annual East Region senior boys’ volleyball all-star competition was held on Dec. 10 at Woburn C.I. to celebrate competition and camaraderie between high schools in the east end, including Mowat C.I. and West Hill C.I.
They’re three cool dudes, ice cold. That is because they are hockey players on Sir Oliver Mowat C.I.’s senior boys’ hockey team which has been consistently ranked in the top ten in Toronto all season. A big part of the mean Mowat Gaelsis their top line.
The Pope John Paul II girls’ basketball team ended their season on a high note with a sixth place finish at the OFSAA provincial AAAA championships two weekends ago in Sarnia.