Ottawa’s own Sam Firth has been a rising force in Ontario junior lacrosse over the past few years. Now with the challenge of a new season underway, Sam and his Nepean Knights teammates will look to continue their ascendance from bottom of the table to championship contention.
Fresh off of the Golden Titans’ victory at the 19U Eastern Conference Championships, 18-year-old water polo star Diego Gonzalez has his sights set on the National Championship League finals in Calgary in late May, and then eventually, the Olympics.
In a season planned to be a program reset for Canada Topflight Academy – even before they lost their most notable star to injury…
Four women from the Nepean Jr. Wildcats were awarded a place on the All-Rookie Team of the NCAA’s CHA conference. They are: Lauren Bellefontaine, Abby Moloughney, Jade Burke and Sophie Wolfe.
Three new teams in the women’s division will be heading into League1 Ontario. Ottawa South United, Oshawa FC and Alliance United FC will all get the chance to showcase their superb athletes in what looks to be an exciting sixth season for League1 Ontario.
The Kanata Blazers Minor Peewee AAA team won the gold medal at the Bell Capital Cup to wrap up 2018. They posted a record of four wins, zero losses, and two ties in what would eventually come down to a 2-1 win over the Lambton Sting.
The Head Coach for Ottawa South United Soccer Club’s new League1 Ontario Women’s Team will be OSU veteran and multi-champion coach Abe Osman.