While a career in the military can be challenging, sports provide an outlet to decompress, gain additional fitness and interaction with others from across the base.
This is a homage to the rich history of athletes that have called the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory home.
Story by Jeff Gard/Total Sports Media June 1 was National Signing Day for the Canadian Junior Football League. The expansion Quinte Skyhawks wasted no time announcing their first signing in franchise history. …
Crosby had given his stick to his defenceman while the pair were defending a Philadelphia surge in the Penguins defensive zone
Opportunities for young women are endless in sports now as it relates to university and college. As the sport evolves and develops we are all hopeful that a viable and sustainable pro model is developed in the near future.
Preparing for varsity football season has been a case of two steps forward, one step back for the Quinte Skyhawks. Working to ensure a safe return to the sport, the Skyhawks developed a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan involving six phases.
For professional women’s team sports it has been even more dire, however there are signs of improvement.
As our community continues to grow and the gaps between our rural areas decrease, it only makes sense to allow for our sports associations to evolve and become more efficient in order to foster development of our athletes.
Jim Pankovich isn’t sure how the 2020 season will unfold for the Canadian Junior Football League. But, one thing he knows for sure is that the Quinte Skyhawks will be part of the season-opening kick-off for the 2021 CJFL campaign.
Before adopting the new moniker and logo, school officials approached the Chippewas of Rama First Nation — located across Lake Couchiching from Orillia, and now home to a popular casino — to seek approval for using the nickname.