Sandra Gage is going on the Welland Sports Wall of Fame as a builder for her work behind the scenes in basketball and soccer.
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Bernd Franke, in the newspaper industry since 1977 and regional sports editor for the St. Catharines Standard, Niagara Falls Review and Welland Tribune, was born to work in journalism: his parents met through a classified ad.
April showers will bring May racing.
It was the best finish of Ryan Sucise's racing career at Merrittville Speedway, but the driver from Ransomville, N.Y., said he was just along for the ride.
As running backs in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) go, someone who is all of 5-foot-8, tips the scales at 185 pounds — and is a freshman to boot – isn’t likely to move the chains all that much.
Mike Hominuck Jr. followed the advice of legendary comedian W.C. Fields when the time came to choose between Canada’s national sports.
Henley gold is the most precious metal in rowing on this side of the pond.
Niagara College’s loss will be Brock University’s gain.
Action in the Niagara District Baseball Association’s senior men’s division is scheduled to get underway on the second weekend in May.
Ken Tarling, an honorary life member at Twenty Valley who since 2007 has been competing on various senior tours around the world, is being inducted into the Ontario Golf Hall of Fame.
Bulldogs and wolves don’t travel in the same pack, but they soon will be in St. Catharines.
Haven't we seen this before?
The Welland Jr.Canadians won’t be changing the chief contractor now that they have completed the first floor of a rebuild.
It’s been a long 24 hours — and counting — for drivers in the mod lite racing class at Merrittville Speedway.
Self-determination and self-discipline are two hurdles Kendra Leger doesn’t need to overcome on the way to achieving a personal best in hurdles.
Kalar Sports Park, the home for boys and girls soccer in Niagara Falls, will the home to girls high school rugby later his week.
Success at the 2017 Canadian Championship will definitely be relative for the St. Catharines Boxing Club.
Like those letter carriers celebrated in the unofficial slogan of the U.S. Postal Service, Merrittville Speedway delivered despite encountering adversity.
A basketball wasn’t available to use as a prop at a Wednesday news conference announcing St. Catharines being awarded an international hoops tournament.
It wouldn’t take much to kick off a pickup game if all the recruiters interested in adding Teddy Mansell to their programs met on the gridiron.
An investment in banking has already returned big dividends to Merrittville Speedway, and the stock car racing season hasn’t even started.