It was a battle of defence and special teams Thursday afternoon as the Northern Red Knights defeated the Leaside Lancers 12-3 in TDSSAA high school football action. But the low score shouldn’t have come as…
Leaside High School
There are no excuses for the Leaside Lancers this football season.
A teen eco-activist wants his family, friends and neighbours to speak up about climate change. Chateur, a grade 9 student at Leaside High School, has launched a campaign urging his friends, family and the community…
[audio:http://torontoobserver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/ballard_highschoolsoccerpodcast.mp3|titles=ballard_highschoolsoccerpodcast] Despite an emergency lockdown due to a firearms incident, Leaside High School and Monarch Park Collegiate Institute battled to a 0-0 draw in senior boys soccer at Monarch Park on Wednesday afternoon. Students at…
For the second straight year, The Leaside Lancers stole the show at East York Collegiate’s annual Friday Night Lights game.
With over 2000 fans packing the grandstands and lining the playing field, the Lancers trounced the Goliaths, 35-7.
For the Leaside Lancers, the biggest opponent turned out to be themselves.
The offensive engine coughed and sputtered all game for the Leaside Lancers but defence and special teams kept the bus rolling.
Lydia Akinyi’s parents died of HIV/AIDS when she was just eight years old. She, her twin sister and younger sister were left homeless and starving.
Quarterback Mike Kanopoulos had a rushing touchdown and a field goal in the Leaside Lancers’ 10-2 victory over host East York on Friday night, ruining the Goliaths’ home coming.