When the Niagara River Lions began looking for a new head coach, the National Basketball of League of Canada team conceded that the search would not be conducted in a “perfect world.”
A St. Catharines Rowing Club crew that represented Canada at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will continue to make a splash for many years into the future.
The last player with ties to the region taken in the NHL Draft is among the first to admit there’s a long road ahead of him if he hopes to crack the lineup in the league’s newest market.
Brock University’s gain will also benefit the St. Catharines Falcons.
A balanced attack on offence and standout play on defence kept the Fort Longhorns undefeated in the Niagara Regional Minor Football Association’s bantam division.
Sprint Cars were the toast of the tracks in Niagara on the weekend, and no one had more reason to celebrate than Dylan Westbrook.
Cole Hardy took a checkered flag Saturday night at Merrittville Speedway, but he refused to take all of the credit for the first victory of his racing career.
Conor Timmins won’t have too much time celebrating being selected 32nd overall in the NHL Entry Draft.
Years from now Lucas Smilsky will have plenty of reminders of his first season playing with the St. Catharines Falcons.