Le camp multisports au Dôme Louis-Riel – parfait pour les jeunes athlètes enthousiastes

Par Dôme Louis-Riel Est-ce que votre jeune athlète a de la difficulté à choisir seulement un sport ? Il aura l’option de pratiquer une multitude de sports au camp d’été du Dôme Louis-Riel ! Laissez-le explorer toutes ses passions sportives — soccer, badminton, natation, volley-ball, basketball, football, athlétisme, et beaucoup d’autres ! « Les participants peuvent essayer…

Dome LR’s multi-sport camp the place to be for sports-loving kids

By Dome Louis-Riel Does your young athlete have trouble choosing just one sport? They can have it all at the Dome Louis-Riel’s Multi-Sport Summer Camp! Let them explore all their sports passions – soccer, badminton, swimming, volleyball, basketball, touch football, track & field, and many more! The camps align with Sport Canada’s Long-Term Athlete Development…

La Rubrique Rebelle : Louis-Riel & les Cumberland Panthers s’associent pour un nouveau programme de football

L’école secondaire publique Louis-Riel et le club de football Cumberland Panthers unissent leurs forces pour offrir le premier programme du genre à Ottawa. Il s’agit d’un programme hors-compétition tout le long de l’année scolaire de développement des habiletés de football , intégrée harmonieusement aux études.

Louis-Riel Sports

Les programmes Sports-Exploratoires (7-8e année) et Sports-Études (9 à 12) de l’école secondaire publique Louis-Riel offrent l’équilibre idéal entre les études et la pratique du sport. Il s’agit du programme de choix pour les élèves-athlètes qui sont motivés à atteindre l’excellence dans leurs activités scolaires et sportives. The Exploratory Sports (Grade 7-8) and Sports-Study (9-12)…

Roarin’ Riders

The Myers Riders (in photo) squeezed past the Nepean Eagles 20-12 to complete a perfect season and win the National Capital Amateur Football Association’s Peewee title on Nov. 3 at Nepean Sportsplex’s Minto Field. Alongside the Kanata/West Ottawa Knights, the Myers Riders were one of two associations to win a pair of A-Cup titles on…

NCAFA champs take on Quebec’s best

By Martin Boyce The National Capital Amateur Football Association season has wrapped up in historic fashion – with unique storylines sprinkled in between. It was a year of change and growth for the association, with the introduction of Tyke ‘6’ and the realignment of age categories to match Quebec standards. The realignment laid the groundwork…

Carter carries Carleton: A trio of Ottawa’s top football talent collided when it mattered most, and Carleton’s crop came out on top

By Charlie Pinkerton With bragging rights over the nation’s capital on the line, three locally-raised players came together in the spotlight of the final play of the biggest annual spectacle in Canadian university sport. With the Carleton Ravens down 3 points in double overtime of the Panda Game, quarterback Michael Arruda took the snap from…

Ottawa Sport Council’s Fall Sport Summit to tackle grants

By Dan Plouffe The Ottawa Sport Council will bring together the local sports community for its Fall Sport Summit the evening of Nov. 29 at Ben Franklin Place, set to cover a topic that’s become a crucial tool for community sports organizations’ advancement: creating successful grant applications. “Most sport organizations seem to be able to…

University Sports wrap up

Women’s rugby: Gee-Gees stifle Ravens, Move onto RSEQ semifinal The Ottawa Gee-Gees put an end to the Carleton Ravens best-ever rugby season. A combination of their 31-0 win over Carleton and a pair of recently announced forfeited wins from earlier this season by Laval, have also launched the University of Ottawa, coached by 2016 Ottawa…