Eric Lamaze retires Olympic bronze medal mount, Fine Lady 5

December 22, 2021   ·   0 Comments

Fine Lady 5, the horse that carried Canada’s Eric Lamaze to an individual bronze medal at the 2016 Olympic Games, was officially retired in a ...

CDS teacher inducted into Queen’s Men’s Rugby Hall of Fame

The Country Day School teacher and long-time senior boys’ rugby coach Sandy Townsend was inducted into the Queen’s University Men’s Rugby Hall of Fame at the end of November. A lover of the sport since his youth, Townsend said he was incredibly pleased to be inducted into his alma mater.

Beth Underhill Joins Eric Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable

Canadian Olympian and King native Beth Underhill has joined Eric Lamaze’s Torrey Pines Stable with bases in Brussels, Belgium, and Wellington, FL. The new collaboration will see Underhill competing at the highest levels of show jumping with the horses of Torrey Pines Stable.

Golf tournament proceeds help Vitanova’s programs

A fundraising golf tournament has resulted in a scholarship to help others. The tournament, in support of Vaughan’s Vitanova Foundation, raised more than $60,000. Of that, $8,400 will be put in the scholarship fund that will be in Andrew Robinson’s name.

Terriers defend home turf, send Cougars home with a loss

The Orillia Terriers took down the Schomberg Cougars 8-5 in the Cougars’ only match-up last week. Travelling north and into hostile territory, the Cougars knew this was going to be a tough match-up. The Terriers sit in second place in the North Carruthers Division whilst the Cougars sit one spot behind.

Cougars scored 14 goals over two games, crushing their opponents

The Schomberg Cougars crushed their arch rivals the Alliston Hornets 7-1 last Thursday before heading out to Midland to take on the Flyers and taking care of business in a 7-2 affair. At this point in the season, it’s not much of a surprise that the Cougars can put teams away like this as the boys continue to make a name for themselves across the PJHL as one of the most potent offensive clubs in the league.

Country Day School sees more athletes off to university on scholarships

n retrospect, you truly can’t paint everyone with the same brush. But what you can do is guide everyone with the same compass. At The Country Day School it’s quite clear how students who attend the school are guided. Grow, educate and motivate students to take the road less travelled that ultimately leads to success.

King City native begins first pro rugby season with the Exeter Chiefs

McKinley Hunt wasn’t nonplussed when she went to the national rugby tournament in her first high school year at The Country Day School. There weren’t very many “niners” that tagged along, but she was one of the fortunate ones to get the nod to start.

Award winner Brent Morning is forever thankful

It was Brent Morning’s life-long dream to skate at Maple Leaf Gardens. He was getting used to his walker on skates, but when the opportunity presented itself, there was no question he was going to learn how to skate and make it happen.

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