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Junior A Tigers hit historic low

October 10, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Just under a month into the Ontario Junior Hockey League season, and the assets are already being shown the door for the Aurora Tigers.

Toronto Marlies returning to Newmarket this weekend

By Jake Courtepatte April, 1991: Missing the Calder Cup playoffs for the second straight year, the Newmarket Saints skated out of the Ray Twinney Complex ...

Under-11 AKBA Jays reign as OBA champions

The Under-11 Aurora King Jays are tops in the province. The AA squad took to the fields in Vaughan over Labour Day Weekend for...

Gardners are a family first in Aurora Sports Hall of Fame

By Jake Courtepatte For the Gardners, the game of hockey is a family affair. Drafted eighth overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1972 NHL ...

Ko holds off Henderson, victorious at CP Women’s Open

Junior links champions hosted at Magna Golf Club

Young golfers tee off ahead of this week’s CP Women’s Open

Aurora’s future sports stars honoured as Athletes of the Year

Aurora’s brightest student athletes have been recognized by Sport Aurora and the Town for their prowess on the field, on the...

Aurora’s Nusbaum hits the beach at Peru’s Pan Am games

Taking part in his first-ever Pan Am Games opening ceremonies on July 26 in Lima, Peru, Aaron Nusbaum was already three days into competition.

Aurora-King Jays back on top in Newmarket Silver Bat

For just the second time in the tournament’s 44-year history, the Aurora-King Jays are champs at the Newmarket Silver Bat tournament.

Aurora’s Nembhard named to Canada basketball roster

Andrew Nembhard is temporarily trading in his orange and blue for the red and white.

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