Lions announce Grade 11 student as new captain

July 1, 2020   ·   0 Comments

There’s a new body and mind at the helm of King City Secondary School’s hockey team. Graduating captain Carter Diceman passed the torch and the number 8 jersey over to Michael Critelli this past week.

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.

King City Basketball Club wants more for local children

Alessandro De Simone is a real estate agent by day. But once the Steve Madden dress shoes make their way to the closet and the suit precipitously flies on to the chair after a long day, he is a basketball enthusiast; maybe even a connoisseur.

Cardinal Golf Club celebrates 30th anniversary in style

Since this year’s opening on Victoria Day, it hasn’t been the most picturesque moment to begin the 30th anniversary for Cardinal Golf Club. Remaining patient through this difficult time has finally turned into a grateful reward. Not only has the club made booking your tee-times simple through their app the golf course is ensuring the safety of its players more than ever before. Also, players can enjoy and the opportunity to play “foot-golf” beginning this Friday.

Equestrian schools find slight hope in phase one

To say the COVID-19 pandemic has been a wild ride for equestrian facilities across Ontario might just be an understatement. Equestrian schools have continued to incur heavy losses and without adequate support from the Canadian government, the road was going to continue heading further south.

King City’s Formula 4 star itching to return

King City native and 15-year-old Formula 4 driver Nicholas Christodoulou continues to train as the NACAM Championship’s restart is in limbo. The Scuderia Martiga driver says he spends his time at home on his racing simulator, exercising and watching movies.

Nobleton’s Pecchia ecstatic for NCAA D1 hockey scholarship

Sports has a peculiar way of saying patience is a virtue. Years of hard work and little results on paper, might leave you helpless. It may bemoan a player to believe, this is not for them. When really, it could be. Once you break through the barrier that has stood in your way for so long it might leave others bemused; but not you. Some might say this player is a one-year wonder, but those critics have seemingly viewed their opinion from one perspective. The others, who recognize the tenacity, the grit and the determination through the confines of the numbers are the ones that will give you a call.

King City teen is off to Windsor

The Windsor Spitfires selected 15-year-old King City native Nicholas De Angelis, 36th overall in the Ontario Hockey League draft a few weeks back. The feeling of excitement and joy steadfastly led to utter relief for De Angelis and his proud family.

King Curling Club to host Provincial Wheelchair Championship in 2021

This is the moment the people of King have been waiting for. For the first time in over 50 years of existence, the King Curling Club has been selected to host the Provincial Wheelchair Championship in January 2021 at the Trisan Centre.

AlteX Academy takes drones to a whole new level

If you are driving down Lloydtown-Aurora road and happen to see a sign named “AlteX Academy,” it might be worth passing by and having a look at some of the high-tech, proverbial drones that are available. Yes, those things.

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