Ryerson Rams Women’s Basketball thinking outside-in

The Ryerson Rams are focused on the ultimate prize. Wind of an impressive 13-6 regular season record coupled with their 10th straight playoff appearance was taken out of its sails by the disappointment of failing to defend their 2015-16 title. Rams finished 14th, 14th, and 15th out of 17 schools in three-point percentage (24.7), attempts […]

York Lions Women’s Basketball looking to take the next step

The York Lions are excited to start fresh. With seven first-year women joining the program and the departure of last season’s leading scorer Shauney Fischer, the hope is that change can be a good thing. “We’re trying to get out there and find kids who not only have basketball potential but are hard workers and […]

Javelin thrower Hannah Morningstar a role model for all

On the morning of her first major competition, Hannah Morningstar was struggling just to think. It was at the 2014 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) in Regina, Sask., and the then 13-year-old was trying to find a way to throw her javelin as best as she could. “On that day, I woke up feeling extremely […]

Mr. and Mrs. Brenton from Brantford outside Florida Auto Exchange Stadium

Canada comes together as one

From cap to t-shirt, tote bag to earrings, Toronto Blue Jays logos adorned Marilyn Ryerse’s outfit. Ryerse was one of thousands of fans who streamed into the Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on a sunny Tuesday afternoon to watch the Jays take on Team Canada in spring training action. But on this day, the most powerful stories had nothing to do with the boxscore.

Outfielder Connor Crile keeps it in the family

TAMPA, FLA. – From boxing matches in his childhood living room to baseball at the University of Tampa, Connor Crile was born to compete. As one half of a pair of twins, Crile didn’t have to look much further than his brother, Ryan, for an adversary to get those juices flowing. “We did everything together; […]