Nobleton’s Bertola medals in national gymnastics

June 12, 2019   ·   0 Comments

A whirlwind start to the 2019 schedule has seen one of King’s most agile athletes reaching multiple podiums. Long-time gymnast Pietro Bertola came home late last month from Carleton University in Ottawa with a silver medal in both pommel horse and rings at the Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics, posting scores of 11.650 and 12.700 respectively.

Kettleby’s Di Girolamo taking on international sevens competition

Dylan Di Girolamo has been surrounded by rugby his entire life. Yet he faces his stiffest competition next month in donning the red and white. Canada’s Under-18 men’s sevens team head coach Nigel D’Acre recently announced the squads for the upcoming Men’s U-18 Can-Am Sevens Tournament, to be held at Fletcher’s Field in Markham on July 11-13.

Skaters bring home medals

The King City Skating Club had 19 skaters travel to Buffalo and compete in the 30th annual Spring Skate Festival held by the Skating Club of Western New York during the long weekend.

Beth Underhill scores double Victory at CSI2* Caledon National

The only thing better than winning once is doing it twice as Canadian Olympian Beth Underhill proved at the CSI2* Caledon National show jumping tournament held May 15 to 19 at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Caledon.

King’s Pietrangelo leading Blues on historic run

For just the second time in the past two decades, the St. Louis Blues are competing in the NHL’s Western Conference Finals. And it’s King City’s own Alex Pietrangelo, with the “C” on his chest, that sits at the centre of the action.

Local curler Gorsline coaches team to Canadian bronze

Bruce Gorsline, a member of the King Curling Club, has just returned with his Ontario Provincial Wheelchair team from Boucherville, Quebec as participants in the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Championships.

CDS graduate Goodrow plays hero in Sharks’ series win

Only seven minutes of ice time, but a memory to last a lifetime. Country Day School graduate and ex-Cyclone varsity player Barclay Goodrow put the icing on the cake in the NHL’s San Jose Sharks’ first round series with the Vegas Golden Knights late last week, burying the overtime winner that marked an incredible late-game comeback for the Sharks to move on to round two.

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