David & Mary Thomson Titans have completed their three-peat. As in Tuesday’s semi-final, it was the performances of Jahziah Bell and Cameron Brown that carried the Scarborough club to a third-straight Senior Tier One Basketball…
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Huge performances by Cameron Brown and Jahziah Bell led David & Mary Thomson CI to an 85-35 victory over W.A. Porter CI, cementing their third-straight East Region finals berth.
Morris Peterson, former Toronto Raptor, isn’t hitting three-point shots anymore, but he’s still finding a way to help out the people of Scarborough.
Cold weather and snowfall did not stop students at UTSC from participating in a familiar game to Harry Potter fans: Quidditch.
From a young age, Shawn Tessier maintained a strong work ethic and professional attitude that translated into his passion for hockey.
The game may have ended in a disappointing 52-20 loss for the women’s basketball team at the University of Toronto Scarborough but the mood was still positive. This wasn’t just any game, after all. Organized by Give 1NE, the basketball game was co-ordinated to help raise money for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Three times a week, youth punch, jab, bob, and weave their way to gaining self confidence. In the quaint Malvern neighbourhood, they are using body boxing as a safe way of relieving stress.
For years Canada’s best young wheelchair basketball players have been leaving the country to pursue superior opportunities.
2012 Paralympic gold medal winner Tyler Miller has watched as friends and teammates departed in search of high-level training.
Clyde (The Glide) Drexler, an NBA Hall-of-Famer and member of basketball’s original 1992 U.S. Dream Team, landed in Scarborough on Sept. 28 as a key draw of the NBA Big Tour. The tour’s stop at Scarborough Town Centre also featured the NBA’s Larry O’Brien Championship trophy and the Raptors’ dance pack and mascot.
Scarborough’s L’Amoreaux Community Recreation Centre (2000 McNicoll Ave.) will play host to a nine-week local pilot project launched by the City of Toronto in association with Canada Basketball.