King City’s MacLennan defends trampoline title

July 19, 2017   ·   0 Comments

For the sixth time, Rosie MacLennan is the national women’s trampoline champion. The native of King City and KCSS graduate threw down what she called a “safe” routine on Saturday at the Canadian Gymnastics Championships at Durham College in Oshawa, her first competition since earning gold at the Summer Games in Rio.

Ella Stables earn titles

  Schomberg’s Ella Stables brought home some hardware from the recent Syracuse International Horse Show in New York. Shannon Ella, with Hackney Pony named No ...

King City’s Formenton drafted by Senators

Alex Formenton is headed to the nation’s capital. The left-winger from King City did not have to wait long to hear his name called on the second day of the NHL’s annual entry draft, when the Ottawa Senators announced him as their second round pick, 47th overall.

Country Day School cleans up at OFSAA track

Seventeen years in the making, Country Day School was back at the top of the podium not once, but twice in the Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools Championship recently in Belleville. Grade 10 student Wilson O’Neill shattered the almost two decade-long drought with a gold medal in both the junior boys 100m and 300m hurdle events, in Canada’s largest high school sporting event.

Wake Series kicks off wake season at Spray Lake

Summer has officially arrived at Spray Lake. The watersport and activity centre on Keele Street in King played host last weekend to the premiere Roots Wake Series tournament, a two-day boat and cable showcase of some of the top wakeboarding and wakeskating talent Ontario has to offer.

Golf tournament working to send kids with disabilities to summer camp

The sun was shining on the annual Friends of We Care Golf Challenge last Wednesday, a reminder to those involved of who they were there to support. Another sellout crowd of close to 70 golfers were on hand at Kettle’s Creek Golf Club, Cardinal’s executive course, to raise funds to allow kids with disabilities to experience summer camp through the Easter Seals program.

Nobleton tennis courts given new life with resurfacing

The Nobleton Sports Park received a shiny new coat this spring, with all four tennis courts getting a much-needed resurfacing. The upgraded courts were unveiled at a special ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sunday to coincide with the Nobleton Tennis Club’s opening day.

Nobleton Public School junior boys win championships

The Nobleton Public School Junior Boys’ basketball team had a very successful season, culminating in two championship titles. They began their season in April and ...

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