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Rockin’ Rebelles Profile: Kadhom earning top-level opportunities in soccer

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Haider Kadhom fell in love with soccer the moment he first started playing in the park as a young boy. Now 16, the Grade 11 Louis-Riel high school student has translated that first flame into regular appearances on some of the biggest soccer stages for athletes of his age.

OSU Force Academy Zone: OSU alum Twardek to debut for Canada

Updated On: February 3, 2017
Ottawa South United Force Academy product Kris Twardek will achieve another major milestone in his young career when he makes his first appearance in an international championship for Canada come the Feb. 17-Mar. 5 CONCACAF continental men’s under-20 tournament in Costa Rica.

High school boys' soccer and tennis city champions crowned

Created On: December 22, 2016
The national capital association held its city finals this fall for two sports on the springtime OFSAA calendar – boys’ soccer and tennis.

Ottawa Sportspage cover story: From Orphan, to Champion

Created On: December 8, 2016
Ottawa goalkeeper Kayza Massey produced a mammoth FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup upset over USA while playing for Ghana, but her journey to get there is even more remarkable.

GGs step up to national silver for new all-time uOttawa best

Updated On: December 8, 2016
A pair of decorated locally-brewed University of Ottawa Gee-Gees veterans have a shiny new silver medal to add to their large collections of rugby prizes thanks to their program’s all-time best finish at the Canadian university women’s rugby championships Nov. 2-6 in Victoria.

Local soccer players win friendlies with Canada, Gloucester takes bronze at nationals

Updated On: December 8, 2016
Ottawa South United product Kris Twardek scored the winning goal in a 2-1 road victory over Honduras for the Canadian men’s under-20 soccer team in its first of two friendlies on Nov. 12.

WOSC & OSU boys make history as region’s first OPDL champs

Created On: December 8, 2016
The Ottawa South United Force under-15 boys and the West Ottawa Warriors U14 boys put their names in the record books as Eastern Ontario’s first-ever Ontario Player Development champions – in the process extinguishing any lingering doubts about Ottawa soccer clubs’ ability to compete with their Toronto counterparts.

Local coaching vet Mateas 1 of 3 additions to OSU staff

Updated On: December 8, 2016
Ottawa South United Force Academy has hired three new elite-level soccer coaches, pulling talent from overseas and western Canada, and also adding one of Ottawa’s most experienced high-performance coaches to the mix.

OSU soccer players follow up historic title with junior boys’ XC medals

Updated On: November 2, 2016
Junior boys’ champion Jack Pensom celebrated his second title within a week as his Glebe Gryphons won the Oct. 27 national capital cross-country team competition on the heels of his Ottawa South United Force under-15 boys’ soccer team clinching Ottawa’s first-ever Ontario Provincial Development League championship four days earlier.

2 OSU regular season champs lose away rematches in OYSL soccer finals held in runners-up’s backyards

Created On: October 17, 2016
Two local soccer sides won their divisions only to lose the championship finals on the road against the teams they’d beat in the regular season standings.

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