For Nicola Djogo, competing for Canada on the global basketball court was the experience of a lifetime.
Ancaster snowboarder Brad Martin marries Natasha, is named by Canada Snowboard to national halfpipe team
Snowboarder Brad Martin has had a very different summer, indeed.
Ancaster Jr. Avalanche’s bench boss says he doesn’t foresee his team losing a step this season despite the departure of some key 20-year-olds, including top scorer Zach Nieminen.
In Ancaster Vets Slo-pitch action, the plucky Pirates defeated the first-place Indians 13-7.
The Ancaster Little League Major All Star team went 4-1 and defeated host Oakville 6-3 to claim the 2014 Adam Fedoruk Memorial Championships.
Two answered goals late in the third period carried the Brampton Bombers to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Ancaster Avalanche in Golden Horseshoe Conference pre-season play last night at Morgan Firestone Arena.
Hockey Night in Ancaster returns tonight, Aug. 26, when the Ancaster Avalanche plays its first Golden Horseshoe Conference pre-season Junior B game against Brampton Bombers at Morgan Firestone Arena at 7 p.m.
The Dundas Little League Major teams have been working hard as another season of baseball winds down.
Martin and Mercedes Nicoll will lead their teammates to the upcoming 2015 FIS World Championships in Kreischberg, Austria, in January.
Ancaster’s Abby Stuart brings home bronze from Canadian fast-pitch championships in British Columbia
Twelve-year-old Abby Stuart added a shiny bronze medal to her trophy collection this summer.