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Minor Tigers battling in York-Simcoe finals

March 22, 2017   ·   0 Comments

2017-03-23-07

The Tigers are roaring. Seven AMHA rep teams booked their ticket last weekend to the York-Simcoe Hockey League finals, a number more than doubling any other team among the league.

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Wodehouse golden again at OFSAA

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3HL Tour bringing fast-paced hockey to Aurora

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2017-03-23-07

PeeWee Tigers play on for Coach Kyle

A sea of black, white, and yellow pays tribute to popular coach who died earlier this month.

2017-03-16-09

Tigers still alive in OMHA finals

Two AMHA teams are still looking to bring an OMHA title back to Aurora. Both the Novice AA and PeeWee A Tigers are clashing in...

2017-03-16-08

North Dufferin Baseball League hands out awards

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2017-03-16-07

Minor Midget Express in tough to repeat OHL Cup title

In Minor Midget hockey, the Triple Crown is the highest achievement: a Silver Stick title, an OMHA championship, and an OHL Cup. While this year’s crop of York-Simcoe Express talent will not be able to accomplish the feat done by their predecessors one year ago, they still have the opportunity to capture their second straight OMHL Cup this week.

Put your best feet forward for CHATS and help local seniors

In just a few short years, our seniors population will outnumber the youth creating a major crunch for care, but you can help close the gaps by lacing up for the CHATS Walk for Wellness.

2017-03-16-06

SAC takes home fifth straight league title

For the past half decade, the St. Andrew’s Saints have been the top team in prep school hockey.

2017-03-09-09

Panthers eliminated in shootout heartbreaker

Ottawa was harsh to the Aurora Panthers, who saw a 2 – 0 series lead in the opening round of the Provincial Women’s Hockey League playoffs diminish over their weekend road trip.

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