A pair of Brock Wild teams won tournament championships over the weekend, with a third narrowly missing out.
Beaverton native Lori Josephson was proud to suit up for the Ontario Blues at the recent Canadian National Rugby Championships.
The squad posted a 2-2 record during the competition, which was held July 16 to 22 in Saskatchewan, losing to Equipe Quebec and the Prairie Wolfpack before closing with wins over British Columbia and Nova Scotia.
Basil McRae will lead the Class of 2018 into the Brock Sports Hall of Fame.
The Beaverton native, who played 576 games in the NHL, will be inducted Saturday (April 21) morning during the Breakfast of Champions event hosted by the Township at the Sunderland Town Hall.
Owen Shier is willing to put in the work required to make his hockey dreams a reality.
The 16-year-old Sunderland resident was drafted by the Windsor Spitfires in the eighth round (159th overall) during Saturday’s (April 7) OHL draft.
A Sunderland hockey player will be battling for a spot on the Windsor Spitfires this summer.
Owen Shier, 16, was drafted in the eighth round (159th overall) during Saturday’s (April 7) OHL draft.
After suffering an injury that kept her on the sidelines for much of the season, a Brock Township teen returned to the court to help her team to a national college basketball championship.
Cannington native Jaime Gordon and her fellow Humber Hawks won the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association championships over the weekend.
A pair of skaters from Brock Township capped off their seasons with phenomenal showings at the provincial championships.
Mackenzie O’Grady and Cally Finley – who both train in Woodville – participated at the Skate Ontario STARSkate Provincial Championships in Kingston over the weekend.
After suffering an injury that kept her on the sidelines for much of the season, a Brock Township teen returned to the court to help her team to a provincial college basketball championship.
Now, Cannington native Jaime Gordon and her fellow Humber Hawks have their sights set on winning a national title.
The Township and the Brock Community Health Centre (CHC) have teamed up to sponsor free public skating at all three Brock Township arenas over the March break.
A fourth class of inductees will soon be joining the Brock Sports Hall of Fame. The Township has issued a call for nominations, which are open