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Saturday, May 15, 2021

Panthers back on the prowl

Pelham basketball resumes red zone training Off the court for more than two months because of the province-wide lockdown to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Brotherly love on the ice

Max and Alex Blanchard are reunited and it feels good. The brothers, who have played together in the past, are back together patrolling the blueline...

Brock wrestler battles bureaucracy

Jevon Balfour seeks reinstatement of Olympic spot Jevon Balfour thought he had taken the second-to-last step in his quest to represent Canada at the Tokyo...

Crossley rower signs with Eastern Michigan

Arden Schirru joins NCAA Division 1 rowing program Arden Schirru couldn’t wait for the start of the 2020 high school rowing season. Coming off a gold...

Panthers juggle three goaltenders

The Pelham Panthers feature a crowded crease this season. The Panthers have been operating with three goaltenders — Brayden Kelso, Duncan Rolleman and Jeff Kernichan...

Next gen heading to Western

Crossley’s Newton to play OUA volleyball An impressive blend of hard work, determination and athleticism resulted in Mya Newton signing a letter of intent to...

Crossley’s DelGobbo signs with Kent State

Former Canadian champ lands Division 1 golf scholarship When you win a Canadian golf title, the NCAA Division 1 recruiting process tends to get a...

Bonisteel ready to go

Fenwick native takes on new responsibilities The St. Catharines Falcons are asking Ben Bonisteel to grow up a little quicker than anticipated. The 17-year-old backstop...

Niagara Basketball United hits the floor

One look at Owen Dobbie’s face and you could tell the 17-year-old Pelham resident was loving his return to the basketball court. The Grade 12...

Coaching up a storm

Cyclones coach Maryann Mergl loves supporting kids For the past 27 years, Maryann Mergl has coached the E. L. Crossley Cyclones track and field team....