Laval’s Annie Lacombe spoiled Marlies Klekner-Alt’s chance for a hometown victory, earning the girls’ division title by five strokes over the Louis-Riel high school student at the Canadian Junior Golf Association’s Nike Golf Junior Series/Stephen Ames Cup Qualifier event May 12-13 at Grey Hawk Golf Club.
Basketball referee of 60 years receives lifetime achievement award for technical official
Updated On: January 26, 2012
In some respects, Jim Ward shows his age. But there is one place where the 76-year-old doesn’t look anywhere close to that number, and that’s when he’s officiating a basketball game.
CJGA Team Canada Member Awarded Helena Harbridge Sportsmanship Award
Updated On: November 26, 2011
The Canadian Junior Golf Association (CJGA) is pleased to recognize the 2011 winner of the Helena Harbridge Sportsmanship Award. Marlies Klekner-Alt, 17, of Ottawa, Ontario has earned the honourable distinction for an award that recognizes sportsmanship, dedication, and commitment in the game of golf.
Video: Henderson runs away with OFSAA golf title
Created On: October 14, 2011
Brooke Henderson blew away the competition to win the OFSAA girls' golf festival title on Thursday, Oct. 13 at Loch March Golf and Country Club. The Grade 9 Smiths Falls District Collegiate Institute student shot a 2-under 70 to win by five strokes.
National capital champ to contend for OFSAA girls’ golf prize
Updated On: October 12, 2011
A few local contenders should be in the mix as the national capital association prepares to host the best high school golfers in the province for Thursday’s single-round OFSAA girls’ golf festival at Loch March Golf and Country Club.
Familiar rain greets golfers at high school finals
Created On: October 4, 2011
Of course, a 10-day forecast isn’t much to go on, but organizers of the OFSAA girls’ golf championships will be happy to know that just a few clouds and a high of 15 is the expected weather for Oct. 12-13.
National capital high schools to host four OFSAAs this school year
Created On: September 30, 2011
With school back in session, it won’t take long before fall tryouts and practices are taking place at high school fields and gyms across the city.
And for many student-athletes in Ottawa, that new sports season begins with the chance to create some lasting memories in their hometown with the national capital association set to host OFSAA championships for four different sports in 2011-12.
Ravens welcome new men's golf & rowing coaches
Updated On: September 14, 2011
Carleton University’s Department of Recreation and Athletics is pleased to welcome two new coaches to the Ravens family for the 2011-12 season.
Andrew Donaldson will take over head coaching duties for the men’s golf team, while Ed Fournier will coach Carleton’s rowing program.