The under-13 boys’ and girls’ soccer teams from Rimouski, Que. shone under the big city lights at the first Ottawa TFC Capital Cup Tournament & Festival on June 22-23 in Orleans.
Ottawa South United Force teams and players are making a big impact close to home regionally, provincially, across the continent and even overseas this summer, as the club’s name continues to spread far and wide.
From home to Hawaii, a half-dozen recently-graduated Louis-Riel high school students will play varsity sports with post-secondary athletic scholarships in hand come this fall.
Une demi-douzaine d’élèves de l’École secondaire publique Louis-Riel porteront les couleurs d’équipes sportives universitaires, et ce, d’ici à Hawaï, dès l’automne prochain, eux qui ont mérité une bourse d’études.
Adam B. Halawa is an Ottawa native who has always had a passion for sports.
ouis Riel’s men’s and women’s soccer teams shared in provincial high school medallist glory at the OFSAA ‘A’ Soccer Championships.
Emma Yau concluded a standout competitive rhythmic gymnastics season with a silver medal at the June 7-9 Ontario Championships at the Markham Pan Am Centre.