Liberty Ann Moghrabi dominates most basketball courts she steps on. Now if she could just get away from Sally Asante and Grace Kusi, everything might be perfect.
Toronto teams give to area neighborhoods: Malvern and the Kingston Road-Galloway Road neighbourhood will be receiving presents from Toronto’s four major sports teams. The Leafs, Jays, Argos, and Raptors have joined together with the Youth Challenge Fund, to create “Team Up for Youth”, an initiative that focuses funds on programs for kids in GTA neighborhoods. […]
While high school football may be generally moving out to the suburbs, it’s still thriving here at West Hill Collegiate Institute. As the number of teams dwindles across the city, West Hill’s program continues to have strong junior and senior programs. The only problem, coaches say, was trying to get enough equipment for each player. […]
Shawn Scott, 22, of East-Scarborough is taking a non-traditional approach to professional baseball. Scott, a third baseman and pitcher for the Oshawa Talons of the Ontario Senior Baseball Association, will head south of the border on Dec. 16 for his final 2009 tryout with the single-A West Virginia Power. Where most young Canadian prospects tend […]
It’s not every day a high school can boast that one of their former students is an Olympic medalist. But Pope John Paul II Secondary School had a lot to be proud of when Priscilla Lopes-Schliep brought home a bronze medal in the 100-metre hurdles from Beijing this summer.
The 13th Paralympic Games proved to be lucky for east Scarborough’s Adam Lancia and Abdi Fatah Dini. They brought home a silver medal in wheelchair basketball last week from Beijing.
From a distance, a Grade 12 student makes his way to the lobby. While standing 6’5″ he appears as a man among boys when the hallway fills with students and their dreams at the sound of the lunch bell. This face however does not need to dream, as he worked hard at school and basketball […]
Sunday mornings at West Hill High School usually mean empty hallways and locked gyms. That’s all changed since the Just For Kicks Soccer Camps began using the school for their Spring Fever camp. The gym is packed full of parents cheering on future David Beckham’s and Mia Hamm’s as they work though a series of […]
To the average Canadian, melting snow and shining sun is a warm and comforting reminder of the summer to come. To Leanne Fernandes, it’s so much more than that.
Bad timing and a poor effort put a premature end to the hockey season for the Mowat Gaels. After a decisive 8-2 win in the city quarter-finals against the Richview Saints, the favoured senior boys Gaels fell to the Humberside Huskies 4-1 in the city league semifinals at Herb Carnegie Arena on March 19.