A pair of young Orillia Terriers forwards have been selected to play in the inaugural Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Prospects Day at the Wilmot Recreation Complex on Saturday afternoon in Baden.
Dave Dawson, Orillia Packet & Times
Photos by Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times
Mike Duprey, who helped revive junior hockey in Orillia when he and several other local hockey lovers birthed the Jr. C Orillia Terriers in 2013, abruptly left his post as president on the weekend.
There was a moment, with six minutes left in the second period, that aptly summarized the very short season, to date, for the Subaru of Orillia Terriers. While on a power play, the sloppy Terriers surrendered a two-on-one that ended in another goal for Stayner and further deepened the hole the home side found themselves in.
Could Kellie Leitch become Canada's next Prime Minister? Leitch, a doctor who has railed against elites while also boasting she has 22 letters after her name, is the most provocative of the 14 candidates vying to become the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.
A rocky roller-coaster season came to a screeching halt for the Davenport Subaru Terriers Sunday night as the Penetang Kings roared back from a 3-1 series deficit to win three straight games – two in overtime – to eliminate Orillia from the post-season.
Bring on the Kings.
After a disastrous first quarter, things looked bleak for the Orillia Secondary School Nighthawks senior boys football team who found themselves down 15-0 against a strong Innisdale Secondary School squad.
One step forward, two steps back.
The Orillia Secondary School (OSS) senior boys opened the Simcoe County high-school football season with a dominant 27-0 victory over Collingwood Collegiate Institute (CCI) Thursday afternoon at the West Orillia Sports Complex.
It took the Toronto Blue Jays almost a full season to hit rock bottom. The Davenport Subaru Orillia Terriers might have accomplished the feat on opening night.
When every breath is a colossal struggle, a trip to the hospital or the doctor's office can feel like a marathon run through the heat and humidity of a tropical jungle.
In the aftermath of another bruising game in a long-forgotten hockey rink, a teammate congratulated a weary, wobbly Ryan Crowther on his fight -- for standing up for one of his brothers, for sacrificing his body, for fulfilling the unspoken code that has helped define the sport for generations.
It’s a three-peat for the Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School boys' hockey team.
With three seconds left on the clock, Isaac Emon capped an improbable comeback when he scored his third goal of the game to give Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School its third straight Catholic School Athletics of Simcoe County (CSASC) boys' hockey title Tuesday.
The Orillia Terriers, desperate for points as they make a late-season playoff dash, let a pair of two-goal leads slip away and settled for a single point after skating to a 5-5 draw with the Midland Flyers, Saturday night.
Twenty-four teams from across the province will attempt to net hard-court success this weekend at the 72nd annual Orillia Blackball Classic, the longest continuously running high-school basketball tournament in Canada.
Infused by newfound confidence and riding a suddenly unstoppable top line, the Orillia Terriers are making a late but determined dash to the playoffs.
The St. Joan of Arc Knights, football’s perennial powerhouse, did the improbable Saturday, winning their fourth consecutive senior boys Georgian Bay Secondary School Association (GBSSA) championship thanks to a masterful 43-13 victory over Orillia Secondary School.
Orillia's Nighthawks are soaring.