Mayor Cam Guthrie is among the enthusiasts for a proposal to have the city build a bike park somewhere in the city where BMX and mountain bike riders can come together and test their skills.
Kaleigh Rafter has played softball in her fair share of countries.
From the Stands column by Paul Osborne: When the late David Hastings and I brought forward the idea for a Guelph Sports Hall of Fame in the early 1990s, it was done to not only preserve Guelph’s impressive sports history, but also to discover it. Some of the names were obvious entries from day one: Victor Davis, Joe Kaine, Lou Fontinato and Bill Sweeney to name but four.
From the Stands column by Paul Osborne: It is such a privilege being a father. I have three wonderful children that have grown up over the years through this column.
The Guelph Sports Hall of Fame grew by four members at the Kiwanis Sports Celebrity dinner and induction ceremony last Wednesday at the Italian Canadian Club.
Guelph’s Michael Ganson is looking to bring some basketball thunder to Thunder Bay. The local hoopster has committed to the Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball program for the 2015-2016 OUA season. Ganson starred for the Bishop Macdonell Celtics in Guelph before moving on to hoop it up for St. John’s-Kilmarnock in Breslau. There, he has been playing under [...]
Guelph’s Isaac Anesty has been drafted by the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball.
If you run into Barry Cullen in Guelph today, be sure to ask him to share a few stories about his days as a hockey player.
Not everyone gets to say they’ve seen their name up in lights.
The Guelph U17 Boys CYO Knights basketball team rode an undefeated 4-0 record on their way to winning the Ontario Basketball Association Ontario Cup Division 1 title on the weekend.