Determined university football star’s road to CFL draft not an easy one

It’s 6 a.m. at Monarch Park Stadium. It’s quiet except for the sounds of a lone man’s feet as he sprints down the track. Just then a roar pierces the near silence. “Toronto Argonauts! BC Lions! Hamilton Tiger-Cats!” “Calling out these team names gives me the willpower to keep going,” York Lions running back Errol Brooks said later. “It helps me visualize where I want to be one day.”

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Hosting a Super Bowl party? Feeding guests means lots of prep

The Super Bowl — the biggest sporting event in North America — is set to take place in just a few days. And just like the players in the big game, getting ready to host a Super Bowl party at home means a lot of hard work, says Frasier Kennedy, sous-chef at The Fox at 35 Bay St.

Laurier’s Luis Foulidis brings his coaching passion to the gridiron

As one of the founders of the reborn Sir Wilfrid Laurier C.I football program, Louis Foulidis strongly believes in instilling a work ethic with the boys he coaches. That means passing along the values and advice he received while a player at West Hill C.I. from his former coach, teacher and mentor Bob Jackson, who […]

Sir Wilfrid Laurier dominates 4th quarter for decisive victory

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Blue Devils scored 20 points at home in the fourth quarter to upset the Sir John A. Macdonald Black Scots 26-6 in Tier One Boys Football on Wednesday. Tied at 6-6 to start the final frame, Blue Devils running back  Sam Goffin caught the ball on a kick return and ran 40 […]

Argos lose to Ti-Cats 33-19 as another slow start dooms them

Toronto Argonauts head coach Scott Milanovich knew his team’s first half offensive woes were eventually going to haunt them. It finally happened Friday night. Hamilton quarterback Henry Burris found receiver Bakari Grant for two crucial plays, including a 15-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, to give the Tiger-Cats a 33-19 win over Toronto at […]