It’s the first time a Tier 1 Leaside football team has reached a city final.
Much like the chill of winter, the Tier 1 soccer playoffs are fast approaching for Malvern Black Knights.
As a bearded gent strode down to receive his award, it was hard to believe that Jeff MacDonald was young enough to be the Central Region honouree.
Malvern Black Knights stood tall on the mound in their varsity baseball game against Leaside May 12.
It’s the greatest number of teams the Toronto Leaside Girls Hockey League has ever hosted: 90.
Forest Hill Falcons had fire in their bellies Feb. 23 as they took on the Leaside Lancers in South Region quarter-final action.
It took five periods of play for a winner to be determined in South Region boys hockey quarter-finals Feb. 23.
Six years ago Susan Keaveney “grudgingly” signed her daughter Erica up for martial arts classes at Don Ritter’s Karate, relinquishing her hopes of raising a future Ginger Rogers.
Riverdale Raiders didn’t bring their A-game. That's what coach Trung Duong said of his charges at the senior girls South Region Tier 2 championship Nov. 10.
With three games on the season, last year’s TDSSAA champs Northern Red Knights sit atop the South’s A pool undefeated at 3-0, after beating Central Tech Blues 38-7, Oct. 8.