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|Merry Christmas December 24th, 2014|
Best of the season to all the followers of sportkingston.ca. Thanks to one and all for your loyal support and kind words.
It's been a terrific year, with lots of good news and the launch of our new website. Still a few wrinkles to iron out, but we're getting there. Coming soon we'll have an update... [Read More]
|Brent Johnson 'flattered' and 'floored' to be having his number retired September 18th, 2014|
By CLAUDE SCILLEY
Brent Johnson expresses all the sentiments you'd expect of an athlete who so defined his craft that his old team has decided that, henceforth, no one will be worthy of wearing his uniform number.
"Flattered," he says. "Excited and happy and floored.
"It gives really nice... [Read More]
|Liz Boag scores 18 in losing cause at OUA all-star game May 4th, 2014|
Liz Boag of the Queen's Golden Gaels scored 18 points Saturday night but it wasn't enough to prevent the East from being defeated 97-90 in the seventh annual Ontario University Athletics women's basketball all-star game in London.
The East led 27-25 after the first quarter but trailed 44-43 at... [Read More]
|Merry Christmas! December 24th, 2013|
This is just a short note to wish all of my readers a very Merry Christmas and to thank you for your support of the sportkingston blog. I look forward to the resumption of the high school and intercollegiate athletic seasons in January and hope you'll join me for more news and insight into the... [Read More]
|New principal played football at RMC July 15th, 2013|
The incoming principal at Royal Military College is returning to the campus where he returned punts and kickoffs on the football field more than 30 years ago. Dr. Harry Kowal was Harry Kowal, mechanical engineering student from Petawawa and a backup receiver, when he played for the Redmen in their... [Read More]
|Brad Boyle misses cut at pro golf event in Alberta July 14th, 2013|
Brad Boyle's second foray into the Canadian PGA Tour did not go as well as his first. The Kingston golfer missed the cut at the Syncrude Boreal Open, which enters its final round Sunday at Fort McMurray, Alta.
Boyle, who finished 50th in the tour's first stop at Victoria last month, shot a... [Read More]
|Brad Boyle 50th in first event of Canadian pro season June 10th, 2013|
A four-over-par round of 74 Sunday left Kingston golfer Brad Boyle in 50th place at the end of the $150,000 Times Colonist-Island Savings Open, the first event of the Canadian PGA tour of the season.
Boyle, who began the tournament with a four-under-par round of 66 on Thursday, finished the... [Read More]
|Brad Boyle 22nd at Canadian PGA event June 8th, 2013|
Kingston's Brad Boyle begins play in the third round of the $150,000 Times Colonist-Island Savings Open in Victoria today tied for 22nd place.
Fifth after carding a first-round 66, Boyle slipped to a three-over-par 73 Friday to stand one under at 139 after 36 holes. He's six shots behind American... [Read More]
|Brad Boyle fifth after first round of $150,000 Victoria tournament June 6th, 2013|
Kingston's Brad Boyle begins Friday's second round in a tie for fifth place at the $150,000 Times Colonist-Island Savings Open golf tournament at Victoria, the first event of the season on the Canadian professional tour.
Boyle carded a four-under-par 66 on the Uplands Golf Club course, and is tied... [Read More]
|Tournament planned to launch golfer's pro career April 1st, 2013|
To launch Brad Boyle on his first season of professional golf on the Canadian tour, Loyalist Golf and Country Club will host a tournament Saturday, April 27.
The entry fee is $100, of which 75 per cent will go to support Boyle on a campaign of eight to 10 tournaments, starting in British Columbia... [Read More]
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