Against the wall, “Team Toba” stood tall when it mattered most, on Thursday. Being tied with Team Wisconsin in the same pool, Manitoba battled it out with them, as a win confirms a chance for a “better” matchup moving forward in the tournament. And they did just that, as Manitoba took the game in three […]
Olympic medallist Andre De Grasse wasn’t participating in the city’s Terry Fox Run Sunday. The sprinter passed by the route of the run at noon, which was when the annual event ended. De Grasse was heading to the Markham Pan Am Centre for a ceremony to honour local Olympians. The city will name a street in De Grasse’s honour. The mayor, Frank Scarpitti, rode along in the convertible.
ST. LEO, Fla. – Canadian Zach Lysyk is working on taking the success he found in high school into his career playing NCAA Division II lacrosse at Saint Leo University. Lysyk, from Oshawa, Ont., who has two goals and one assist in six games this season, attended Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School where the […]
ST. LEO, Fla – For Saint Leo University freshman lacrosse player Charlie Kurtenbach, athletics is in his DNA. The young Lion’s player is the son of Adam Kurtenbach, a former college lacrosse player at California’s Whittier College, while his grandfather, Orland Kurtenbach, played 20 years in the NHL and was the first captain of the […]
PALM HARBOR, Fla. – Stanford graduate Patrick Rodgers has had a great start to his first full PGA Tour season, kind of like fellow alumni Andrew Luck did in his rookie year with the Indianapolis Colts. Rodgers has had two top-10 finishes this year as well as five top-25 results while playing in nine events […]