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Tigers split home-and-home with Spirit

November 22, 2018   ·   0 Comments

A four-point performance over the weekend has the Junior A Aurora Tigers pulling away from the competition in the OJHL’s North division.

Panthers riding two-game win streak

The Aurora Panthers are making moves in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League standings. The intermediate squad turned around a three-game losing streak with a pair of wins over the weekend, picking up a crucial four points to jump three spots in the PWHL rankings.

Varsity Saints off to a roaring start

The varsity St. Andrew’s Saints are picking up right where they left off on the ice. The division-one squad bowled through the competition in the first weekend of CISAA action, going a perfect 3 – 0 against...

Bain, Doolittle land in Aurora Sports Hall of Fame

Connections past and present marked the inductions of both basketball coach Robert Bain and late ex-NHL linesman Loring Doolittle into the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame, made official at the annual induction dinner last week.

Tigers fall to Cougars in powerhouse battle

Give round one of the cat fight to the Cougars. In the only regular season meeting of the Junior A Aurora Tigers and Cobourg Cougars, the Cougars came out on top in a 4 – 1 final Friday night at the Aurora Community Centre.

Ex-Saint Newhook shortlisted for NHL draft

At just seventeen years of age, Alex Newhook is well-travelled playing the game he loves. Going coast-to-coast from his hometown of St. John’s, Newfoundland, to Aurora, and now landing in Victoria, British Columbia, the speedy centreman may soon find himself on an NHL roster.

Family, charity the focus in Aurora Sports Hall of Fame induction

Add four more names to the growing list of Aurora sporting icons. Paolina Allan, David Morland IV, Loring Doolittle, and Robert Bain were welcomed into the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday as...

Ormond makes history with fourth OFSAA Cross-Country title

Make it a clean sweep, and a new Ontario record, for Aurora’s Cameron (Cami) Ormond. Ormond made history in Dundas on Saturday in capturing her fourth straight OFSAA cross country gold medal, the first woman to ever do so while becoming the second to win four throughout her high school career.

Sports Hall welcomes coach, linesman into Class of 2018

For the first time in two years, the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame is welcoming new members for their contributions on the other side of the whiteboards and whistles.

Aurora reclaims title in Battle of Yonge Street

The Newmarket Minor Hockey offices are about to get a hint of black and yellow. The thirteenth edition of the Battle of Yonge Street saw all teams across the Aurora and Newmarket Minor Hockey landscape meet on the ice over the weekend, split between the Aurora Community Centre and Newmarket’s Magna Centre.

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