Ron Hungerford has a coaching career worthy of a place in the Brockville and Area Sports Hall of Fame, but upon arrival at TISS in 1976 the coach had to build the team from the ground up.
Oakwood wins 14th basketball city championship in last 15 years, advancing to OFSAA.
Despite being down by double-digits, Fenton injected a pulse throughout the Saints team. He used his speed to attack the basket against Oakwood defenders. On defense, he created steals of his own to get Richview out in transition.
It is not an hour after his senior boys basketball team had secured their spot in the Toronto District Secondary Schools Athletic Association (TDSSAA) city championship final Thursday afternoon at Ryerson University.
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…
According to Sheila Sprenger, mom of Richview Saints cross- country runner Jillian Sprenger, her daughter hated running at first but after attending practice at the Etobicoke Track and Field Club, it was love at first site.
If Eastern Commerce Saints are to repeat as city women’s 4A basketball champs, it likely will be on the shoulders of Tayla Gibb.
The Toronto Observer’s Natalie Sequeira brings you athletes at the top of their game from high schools around Scarborough.
A sea of students in their navy blue school uniform took over the gym’s bleachers as they chanted “King! King! King! King!” and “Lions! Lions! Lions! Lions!” all while stomping their feet and clapping their hands in unison.
You could feel the vibrations from the crowd’s chants and the nerves from the opposing team.
R.H. King Academy hosted the TDSB East Region Senior Championship volleyball game on Nov. 9, featuring Birchmount Park Panthers and the R.H. King Academy Lions.
There are many who believe you can’t be a true champion until you defend your title, and the cross-country team at Birchmount Park is taking that sentiment to heart.