CREEMORE — The Creemore Valley Hawks Atom Rep team waved and hollered from a fire truck Saturday, which paraded them around town wearing their red ball caps after they won the Ontario Minor Hockey Association Championship Saturday.
One problem with trying to charge establishments that show televised sports more money for those broadcasts is that it leads to a weird philosophical debate: What exactly is a sports bar?
If I know anything about the kids these days, what with their beards and their ball caps and their hoppy beers, it's that they do not pay for cable. I'm told that many of them don’t even own a television, the rascals.
It was a situation unfamiliar to almost no other Barrie Colt in franchise history. But coming into Saturday night, both Roy Radke and Anthony Stefano knew this was it.
Six senior swimmers from the Collingwood Clipper’s Swim Club (CCSC) qualified and competed at this past weekend’s Provincial Long Course Championships/AA Championships in Brantford.
You can hear him every morning of the radio playing tunes, talking about the issues of the day with co-host Marianne McCloud, but if you want to hear him talk with real passion, ask him about wrestling.
ALLISTON - The Alliston Hornets closed the door on the Stayner Siskins with a 6-5 overtime win in Game 4 at the New Tecumseth Recreation Centre in front of a cheering crowd of more than 800 people.
The Stayner Siskins are facing elimination at the hands of their most heated rival.
The Barrie Colts had done everything but get a result this week. Their hard work would pay off in dividends on Saturday.