Saints ends season with national tournament title

March 21, 2019   ·   0 Comments

The St. Andrew’s College Saints have returned to the national throne, winning the National Independent School Invitational Championship (NISIC) on home ice on Sunday.

Captain MacLean commits to WLU Golden Hawks

Junior A Aurora Tigers captain Steven MacLean is trading in his Tigers yellow for Golden Hawks gold.

Aurora’s Nembhard leads Gators into March Madness berth

Andrew Nembhard was given the opportunity of his lifetime in Friday’s basketball game for his University of Florida Gators.

St. Max Mustangs lasso fourth-straight YRAA title

By Jake Courtepatte Count ‘em: that’s four York Region championships in a row for the St. Max Mustangs girl’s hockey squad. One of the YRAA’s ...

Aurora students clean up with Athletic Awards at Pickering College

By Brock Weir Grace Robinson was off to what she describes as a “rough start” when she first stepped on the volleyball court last year, ...

Tigers bow out to Hurricanes in OJHL playoffs

A rollercoaster season met with a fizzle for the Junior A Aurora Tigers on Thursday...

Senior Panthers draw Waterloo in Provincial League opener

The Aurora Panthers are back in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League postseason. The organization’s senior squad picked up six points over the final seven games of the regular season to squeeze back into the playoffs, after missing out on the big dance this time last year.

Varsity Saints win seventh-straight CISAA title

Lucky number seven. The varsity St. Andrew’s College Saints are at the top of the prep school hockey chain for the seventh time in a row, after sweeping Ridley College in the CISAA championship series in two games.

Aurora’s Mizzi signs pro contract with Utah Grizzlies

The Ontario Junior Hockey League’s top scorer is turning pro. Joseph Mizzi left the Aurora Tigers organization last week to sign a contract with the ECHL’s Utah Grizzlies, jumping straight from the Junior A level to the professional ranks in an extremely rare feat.

Puck drops on second annual Aurora Cup

Student athletes from across Aurora’s elementary schools took a break from the classroom last Wednesday, instead getting their education on the ice in the annual Aurora Cup hockey tournament.

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