Nobleton player crowned World Junior champ

January 11, 2023   ·   0 Comments

As Dylan Guenther slotted home the game-winning goal in overtime against the Czech Republic last week, it wasn’t solely a victory for Team Canada but it was also a big victory for Nobleton and King Township.

CDS student committed to play D1 hockey in Providence

In her youth, Hannah Clarke was always an arbiter for competition. She was never one to back down from a challenge and even if that meant going up against her brother Caleb and his friends.

Schomberg native took the road less travelled and now he’s finding success at SPIRE

Schomberg native Riley Melvin understands what it’s like to not be gifted with a talent, but to achieve it through belief and effort. In an exclusive interview with the King Weekly Sentinel, the 18-year-old joked that he had zero athletic ability growing up.

We Care tourney sets new record

Close to 200 friends, family, sponsors, golfers and volunteers stepped up to raise $28,316 this year at the annual We Care golf tournament,This brings the ...

Tom Ellison Field dedicated

The Township of King officially unveiled the Tom Ellison Field at the King City Memorial Park Hardball Diamond recently. Ellison has spent many years dedicating ...

King City teen captures gold at North American Youth Championships

King City native Tristan Tobin captured the gold medal at the North American Youth Championships in Traverse City, Mich. The 14-year-old, in her first appearance at NAYC, finished in first place alongside her teammates Mathilde Candele, Livia Martin, Taylor Wood and Ashlynn Crowley.

King City Secondary School says goodbye to dedicated teacher, beloved sports coach

Bradley Matwijec, all decked out in his King City Lions attire, is accompanied by a piece of memorabilia from all of his sports he coached ...

King Royals at festival

The King United U11G Royals woke up to a beautifully sunny and clear day early Saturday, June 25 and headed to The Robbie Soccer Festival. Like all tournaments, the girls packed their vehicles with their soccer gear, but this time, there was more: approximately 30 litres of lemonade and freshly baked cookies to support a good cause.

King City Skating Club wins team trophy in Buffalo

While everyone was enjoying the cottage, a cold brew and a barbeque dinner over the long weekend, King City Skating Club were dominating on the ice and raking in the silverware. The competition, hosted by the Skating Club of Western New York, took place at the Holiday Twin Rinks in Cheektowaga, NY. King City Skating Club brought with them 24 skaters to the competition and each of them finished no less than eighth place.

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