Playing sports is part of the post-secondary school experience for many students. That’s no exception at Loyalist College in Belleville.
Any student-athletes attending Loyalist College in Belleville this fall are encouraged to pre-register for the tryouts for their chosen sports if they haven’t already been in contact with the coach.
Centennial Secondary School in Belleville recognized its athletes recently with its year-end banquet. In addition to the major sport awards, each team that was able to run this year also recognized athletes.
Why would anyone want to coach? It’s a good question. I was asked this very question a few weeks ago. Coaching isn’t just about a few players out on a field, court or rink. It’s about parents, grandparents, opponents, referees, other coaches, league mandates, executive committees, and most recently Covid and lockdowns, the list goes on.
Local Highschool Sports Championships
There’s something about team sports that Clover Boyd loves. It doesn’t matter if it’s volleyball, soccer or rugby.
Competing at the provincial championship was a huge accomplishment, but the Quinte Christian High School Eagles were grateful just to have a volleyball season this year.
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.
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.