They’re first in the country, and a first in the Guelph ringette record books, too.
This Ott to be good.
Jesse Kendall is trading in the blue hue of the Bishop Macdonell Celtics for the red threads of the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds.
Guelph’s Natalie Achonwa was picked ninth overall in the Women’s National Basketball Association’s 2014 draft Monday.
The top 90 under-18 football players in the province are gathering in Guelph this weekend as part of The Ontario Football Alliance’s second annual Red vs. Black weekend.
The Guelph Storm used a combination of relentless offensive pressure and smothering defence to defeat the two-time defending OHL champion London Knights squad four games to one to earn their way to the Western Conference final against the Erie Otters.
Almost 800 people took part in several races Saturday morning at the annual Marden Marathon, the first big outdoor local road race of the season.
The Centennial Spartans scored the District 10 senior badminton title on Thursday at John F. Ross CVI.
The U16AA Guelph Predators won the national ringette title on the weekend in Regina, Sask.
The Guelph Storm got past the London Knights 5-4 Friday night to win their best-of-seven, second-round OHL playoff series four games to one.