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Regi's Branna MacDougall bound for Iowa State University  November 23rd, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Sisters know. That’s why, when Branna MacDougall was agonizing over whose tempting scholarship offer she should accept, she wasn’t about to dismiss a candid observation from her kid sister, Brogan. “She said, ‘I don’t want to spoil your... [Read More]
Kingston athletes win three medals at national Legion track meet  August 11th, 2015
Cole Horsman of the Kingston Track and Field Club won two medals Sunday at the Royal Canadian Legion national youth track and field championships in Ste-Therese, Que. Horsman, a member of Team Ontario, was one of two medalists from the Kingston club. Hailey Wolfgram won a bronze medal in... [Read More]
Coach eager to have Nicole Armstrong back for her sophomore season  July 23rd, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY To a young Nicole Armstrong, it was the Emerald City. She had just won a gold medal at OFSAA in her first year of competition and her club coach, Steve Boyd, suggested to her that Villanova would be the kind of university she might want to think about attending one... [Read More]
Cole Horsman named to Ontario team for Canadian Legion track championships  July 9th, 2015
Cole Horsman of Kingston Track and Field Club has been named to the Ontario team that will compete next month at the Royal Canadian Legion national track and field meet in Quebec. Horsman turned in a splendid performance on the weekend at the provincial Legion championships in London, where... [Read More]
Cole Horsman a two-event winner at District G meet  June 28th, 2015
Ten local athletes won events Sunday at the Royal Canadian Legion District G track and field championships at Caraco Field. Among them, Cole Horsman of the Kingston Track and Field Club was the sole two-event winner, leading the field in both the 100 metres (11.53 seconds) and 200 metres... [Read More]
Kingston to host District G Legion track meet Sunday  June 26th, 2015
Kingston Track and Field Club will hold its first meet Sunday, mostly at Caraco Field. The fledgling club, just over a year old, will host the District G championships, the first step in the Royal Canadian Legion series that leads to a national championship in August. Track events,... [Read More]
Medals not what it's all about for Shirley Hughes-Ryan  June 7th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO, June 6—She’s got more of them than any other active Kingston-area athlete, but Shirley Hughes-Ryan will tell you it’s not about the medals. “It’s not a thing where I’m racing and trying to be first every time,” Hughes-Ryan... [Read More]
Frontenac's past meets its present—and likes what she sees  June 7th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO, June 6—When the first person to win a provincial medal in the 200 metres for Frontenac Secondary School found herself standing near the latest person to win one, she couldn’t resist. Cheryl Thibedeau had to meet Cole Horsman. “When I found out I... [Read More]
Final OFSAA track and field results, Day 3  June 6th, 2015
TORONTO—Results of Kingston-area athletes on the final day Saturday of the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships at the Varsity Centre: Hailee Banks, Rideau District Threw 10.32 metres with her second attempt and finished 11th in midget... [Read More]
Early OFSAA track and field results, Day 3  June 6th, 2015
Hailee Banks, Rideau District Threw 10.32 metres with her second attempt and finished 11th in midget girls shot put. Marissa Battle, Kingston Ran junior girls 200 metres in a personal-best 25.79 seconds, finished second in the second-fastest heat and qualified for this afternoon's final. Her... [Read More]
100 metre medalists  June 5th, 2015
TORONTO—Kingston Area athletes who have won medals in the 100 metres at Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships. Cole Horsman, Frontenac, silver, midget boys, 2015 Shade Makinde, Frontenac, silver, midget girls, 2005 Darcelle McCutcheon,... [Read More]
Cole Horsman second in closest finish of the day  June 5th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO—You know it's a close race when even the guys who were in it don't know who won. For almost a minute after the race ended, a cluster of midget age sprinters stood on the track, staring at the scoreboard in the end zone of the Varsity Centre, waiting to see... [Read More]
Kingston Area athletes strike silver at OFSAA  June 5th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO, June 5—Silver was the precious metal of choice for Kingston Area Athletes on Day 2 of the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships. Of the five medals won by local competitors, four were for second-place... [Read More]
OFSAA track and field results, Day 2  June 5th, 2015
TORONTO—Results of Kingston-area competitors on the second day of the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships at the Varsity Centre: Marissa Battle, Kingston Ran junior girls 100 metres in 12.788 seconds, finished third in the slow heat... [Read More]
Notion of pride in fourth place rings hollow for OFSAA athletes  June 5th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY TORONTO, June 4—One day, they may reflect and allow themselves to feel a measure of pride for being, at a point in time, the fourth-best person in the entire province in their particular athletic endeavor. On this day, however, the best Emily Fawcett and Michael... [Read More]
OFSAA track and field results Day 1  June 5th, 2015
TORONTO—Results of Kingston-area competitors on the first day of the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships at the Varsity Centre: Mary Baker, Regiopolis Notre Dame Threw 24.64 metres on her first attempt and finished 22nd in midget girls... [Read More]
OFSAA track and field schedule  June 4th, 2015
Schedule of events, with local athletes who have quaified for the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships, June 4-6 at the Varsity Centre in Toronto (x—subject to qualifying):   THURSDAY  2 p.m. —Junior girls discus (Emily... [Read More]
Cole Horsman faces a formidable challenge at OFSAA  June 4th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Of the 71 Kingston-area athletes who will test their mettle against the best track and field athletes in the province this weekend, perhaps none is facing a more daunting challenge than Cole Horsman. Horsman, the splendid midget-age sprinter from Frontenac Secondary... [Read More]
Long-established records fall on final day of region meet  May 30th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY BROCKVILLE—Conditions were right for rewriting the record book Friday, and some of the East region’s most venerable marks were erased on a warm, sunny afternoon at Thousand Islands Secondary School. Foremost among them was the senior boys long jump record, set... [Read More]
68 Kingston-area athletes qualify for OFSAA  May 30th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY BROCKVILLE — One boy was never really that active, athletically. The other loves track, but never seriously trained for it until several weeks ago. As different as their backgrounds may be, Emmett Bravakis and Max Taylor have a few things in common. Teammates at Holy... [Read More]
OFSAA qualifiers  May 30th, 2015
BROCKVILLE—Kingston-area athletes who have qualified for the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships, June 4-6 at the Varsity Centre in Toronto: Bayridge (5) Adam Burggraf, junior boys discus Mavrick Snider, junior boys long jump, triple... [Read More]
East region track and field results, Day 2  May 30th, 2015
BROCKVILLE—Top three performances in the each event, and other Kingston-area athletes who qualified for the 66th Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations championships on the final day of the East region qualifying meet Friday at Thousand Islands Secondary School: BOYS 100... [Read More]
Brogan MacDougall keeps the record book in the family  May 29th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY BROCKVILLE—So, Brogan MacDougall is asked, what does you sister think of you breaking all her records? “I don’t think she likes it very much,” MacDougall said, with an impish grin that suggests any familial indignation may be feigned, but that makes... [Read More]
OFSAA qualifiers  May 29th, 2015
BROCKVILLE—Kingston-area athletes who qualified for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations track and field championships on the first day of the East region qualifying meet Thursday at Thousand Islands Secondary School: Bayridge (2) Cierra Vandermeer, senior girls pole... [Read More]
East region track and field results, Day 1  May 29th, 2015
BROCKVILLE — Top three performances in each event and other Kingston-area qualifiers for the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association track and field championships on the first day of the East region qualifying meet Thursday at Thousand Islands Secondary School: BOYS 200... [Read More]
Merik Wilcock has a flair for success  May 28th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Jeff Sanderson says no two hurdlers—even the good ones—are exactly the same. “Each hurdler has to develop their own little flair, their own way that they succeed,” said Jeff Sanderson, who coaches the intricacies of the discipline at Sydenham High... [Read More]
Loyalist's Claire Millard excels in a 'terrifying' event  May 27th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Ah, yes. Claire Millard does, indeed, remember her first hurdles race. “It was terrifying,” she said, a trace of residual horror briefly washing over her face as she recalls the day. “I had only gone over three hurdles before then, fully, so when I... [Read More]
Kingston Area athletes sparkle on final day of EOSSAA track meet  May 23rd, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY BROCKVILLE, May 22—Collectively, athletes from Kingston Area schools had a splendid day Friday on the final day of the Eastern Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships. Individually, the performances shone just as... [Read More]
EOSSAA track and field results  May 23rd, 2015
BROCKVILLE—Top three performances in each event, and other Kingston-area athletes who qualified for the East Region meet, on the final day of the annual Eastern Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships at Thousand Islands Secondary School. BOYS 100... [Read More]
Brogan MacDougall breaks her sister's record—again  May 22nd, 2015
Three Kingston Area athletes were winners Thursday on the first day of the annual Eastern Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships at Thousand Islands Secondary School in Brockville. One of them, Regiopolis Notre Dame midget runner Brogan MacDougall, for... [Read More]
EOSSAA track and field results  May 22nd, 2015
BROCKVILLE — Top three performances and other Kingston-area athletes who qualified for the East Region meet on the first day of the Eastern Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships at Thousand Islands Secondary School: BOYS 1,500 Metres Senior... [Read More]
'Perfect citizen' Mavrick Snider gaining by leaps and bounds  May 21st, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY When it came to running fast and jumping far, a young Mavrick Snider didn’t really need a lot of help. Then came high school, where the track and field teams all had coaches, people trying to help his opponents to get as good as he was. There were also those who saw... [Read More]
Paul Bates starting to have fun—and success  May 21st, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY Paul Bates won two races at the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships, but perhaps the one he enjoyed the most last week was the one he didn’t win. “I like the long distance,” he said, “but the (800... [Read More]
KASSAA notebook: Sydenham repeats as team champion  May 15th, 2015
Sydenham won both the boys and girls team championships and, of course, the overall team title Thursday as the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships concluded at Caraco Field. For the third year in a row Holy Cross was second in all three... [Read More]
Records fall on final day of KASSAA track and field championships  May 15th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY What’s a measly six centimetres, anyway? The width of a playing card, or the depth of a pound of butter, six centimetres is not a lot in the realm of athletics. At least, that’s what Amanda Black was thinking Thursday afternoon. She’d finally cracked a... [Read More]
KASSAA track and field results, Day 2  May 14th, 2015
Top three performances on the final day of the annual Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships Thursday at Caraco Field. BOYS 100 Metres Senior — Devin Leblanc (Holy Cross) 11.8 seconds, Konner Burtenshaw (Ernestown) 11.9, Tyrell Downer... [Read More]
KASSAA track and field results, Day 1  May 14th, 2015
Top three performances in each event Wednesday on the first day of the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association track and field championships, at Richardson Stadium and Caraco Field: BOYS 1,500 Metres Senior — Ben Workman (Kingston) 4 minutes 5.3 seconds, Kieran... [Read More]
Outstanding performances by Ben Cross, Brogan MacDougall highlight first day of KASSAA meet  May 14th, 2015
By CLAUDE SCILLEY There’s a saying that’s sometimes heard around the throwing competitions at track and field meets: It just takes one. It’s usually reserved for struggling competitors, those who are not doing well, and need to be reassured that even a poor day can turn on... [Read More]
Kingston-area athletes win 21 events at final pre-season meet  May 9th, 2015
A pair of midget-age competitors from the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association continued their winning ways Friday at the 16th annual Michelle Foley Bay of Quinte Invitational high school track and field meet in Belleville. Sarah Bell of Kingston Collegiate and Cole Horsman... [Read More]
Brianna Burgess, Cole Horsman each win twice at TISS track meet  May 3rd, 2015
A pair of midget-age athletes were the only two Kingston-area competitors to win two events each at the 39th annual Podium Sports-Hungerford Invitational high school track and field meet, a two-day event that concluded Saturday at Thousand Islands Secondary School in Brockville. Brianna... [Read More]


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