Chase Pearson: Hobey Baker Award Nominee.
Char-Lan Skating Club members.
Cornwall Sea Lions have all been nice this year.
Minor Atom HTR Construction Rapids Claim Gold in Jay Peak.
New Season Sees Grant Cooper Back on Ice.
From the Bottom to the Top with the Cornwall Novice Celtics.
Cornwall Hosts Provincial Baseball Championships.
Jeremy Latour Wins Top Football Award, Arts Award, and Excels in Academicss.
Barnes Commits to Penn State: Will Play for 2018–19 Colts.
Two Local Lacrosse Players Bond Away from Home.
More Than Just Hockey ‘Pre-game’ Hosts: Ron MacLean and Tara Slone.
Great Weather, Great Turnout at the Summerstown Trails.
NGS Peewee C Braves Claim Gold.
Three Brothers Pursue Their Hockey Dreams.
The Seaway Valley Rapids Minor Atoms Are in the Christmas Spirit, Anxiously Awaiting the Arrival of Santa Dec 25th.
Sports Energy: Celebrating Our 60th Edition and 5th Year in Publication.
Panthers and Falcons - 10th Annual Charity Bowl.
Cornwall River Rats Win Home Tournament.
Annual Cornwall Triathlon Coming Up This August.
Road to Success From CMLA To Colorado Mammoth(NLL).
At What Age Do We Become Hooked On Sports?
Cornwall Rookies Honoured after Remarkable Season.
Tony Luis – Finally Fighting in his Hometown.
Caelan Cameron Keeps Pucks Out — Maxime Delisle Puts Them In.
Kristy Pidgeon Wins Gold Medal as Part of Team Ontario.
World Junior Hockey Championship Pre-Tournament Game.
NGS Novice B Rep Braves team is in the Christmas Spirit.
Cornwall Spink Brothers sign pro hockey contracts with Toledo Walleye.
Cornwall’s old-timers hockey organization, the Cornwall Hubs, celebrate 56 years of hockey memories.
Cornwall Curling Centre will present the 20th Annual AMJ Campbell Shorty Jenkins Curling Classic taking place at the Cornwall Curling Centre from September 15 through September 18.
A Pearson Family Portrait With an NHL Connection.
Another season of Spring League football is coming to an end within the Cornwall Minor Football Association.
The Cornwall Peewee Celtics went 6 and 0 to win the Peterborough Laker Classic.
Green Valley’s Blair MacDonald was one of the former great Oilers to grace the Rexall Place ice during the closing of the historic arena in Edmonton.
The Seaway Valley Minor Bantam “AA” Rapids claimed the OEMHL Championship over the #1 ranked Kanata Blazers in an exciting seven game final series.
Local 17-year-old international target shooter Mary Patrick is reaching for Olympic success.
Cornwall Multisport Member Rob Lefebvre crosses the finish line at the recent Dion Ignite the Night Snowshoe race at Upper Canada Village on January 9th.
Cornwall’s Tony Luis, ranked as one of the best lightweight professional boxers in the world,
The Cornwall Atom B Typhoons are in the Christmas Spirit, anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa on December 25th.
Doug Carpenter will never forget the friendship he had with Jacques Richard. Here he looks over a photo of the two, back when they were young talented ball players in the Cornwall area.
The Seaway Valley Novice A Rapids travelled to Richmond Hill to participate in the Richmond Hill Stars AA tournament. The team claimed gold.
With a roster general manager Roy Ledoux calls “veteran laden”, this group of players and solid leaders went home victorious, winning the Founders’ Cup Lacrosse Nationals in Calgary, but not without challenge.
Chase Pearson took time to relax at his family cottage on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in Long Sault in July. The Cornwall native was drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in the fifth round, 140th overall, earlier this summer.
Nineteen-year-old Nick Struthers and his mother Nancy Struthers are making a splash in Cornwall by introducing a new sport to the community called hydro flight.
Const. Nygel Pelletier works for the Cornwall Police. However, for years before he came to his current job, he spent his days travelling around North America, refereeing professional hockey.
On April 12, Soki Mike Bissonnette received his 10th Dan Black Belt during a Karate seminar at L’Heritage Secondary School in Cornwall.
In April, the Cornwall Colts will be hosting the 2015 Fred Page Cup Eastern Canadian Championship. Round-robin games between four Junior A teams.
At this fight against Cornwall’s Tony Luis -- the main event of ESPN’s Friday Night Fights being shown live across the USA -- the odds makers had made Dargan a 7 to 1 favourite to defeat Luis.
"I was at home in Chesterville listening to the River Kings play by play station 101.5 Real Classic Rock one day last season, when they offered tickets to the next River Kings game. I called in and won. I was thrilled with the antics that night and the calibre of the hockey was much better than expected and we just kept coming back." That’s how Cornwall River Kings owner Steve Moreau happened into our midst.
Dale Swerdfeger’s pride and joy is the ice at the Long Sault arena, and he does all he can to make sure it always measures up to its reputation, even if it means the people in the stands need to bundle up a bit more. You’ll often find him here, playing, refereeing or making sure the ice is hard and fast.
It is one thing to win a championship at a local level, but to carry that on so that you can claim provincial supremacy, well, that’s something altogether different. It is, however, exactly what the La Citadelle Patriotes girls’ basketball team managed to do, seemingly with incredible ease.
Most of the players on the Rothwell Osnabruck senior girls basketball team have been playing together for six years, and it shows in their won-loss record. They recently won gold at the St. Matthew Fall Classic Invitational tournament.
For Cornwall’s Moe Racine, his induction into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame on September 20th, was a long time coming. Forty years to be exact.
Dr. Joel Leger and his team mates at Cornwall SpineCarePlus. Diagnosing and treating minor problems before they can develop into major issues is but one of the many services performed by the staff at Cornwall Spine Care Plus.
Football University's 2014 Camp Fuels Football Dreams. Ethan DaSilva shows his skills.
It takes a special kind of person to successfully complete some of the tricks and jumps that Mackenzie Petrie has mastered on the wakeboard.
On the weekend of May 2-4, the Upper Canada Girls U16 basketball team won the Bronze medal at Provincials, winning 43-38 against the Blessed Sacrament team from Hamilton.
According to his father, Jakob Loucks is having the time of his life, whether he is playing football or lacrosse for Canisius High School in Buffalo, New York.
Cornwall youth loves playing golf - Nicholas Valiquette with golf coach Adam Holde.
“We made it,” yelled Owen, age three as he returned to the trailhead.
It’s Tournament Time Again: Cornwall Minor Hockey Bantam/Midget Tournament reaches 52 teams.
Experiencing the Canada Ocean Challenge - Shawn Maloney, and friends Andy and Denis.
The River Kings had plenty to celebrate on Saturday night with a 6-1 victory over Thetford-Mines.
The new logo, sweaters and socks are a big hit with the players on the Pee Wee “B” Cornwall Colts.
The smiles on the faces say it all. Francois Lemay had 33 young players as his 79 Goaltending camp at the Benson Centre.
With a bye in the first round of the playoffs, the players on the Cornwall Celtics Jr. “C” lacrosse team had plenty of time to rest, heal and prepare for their goal of winning the Meredith Cup.
Kayaking kid, Cornwall’s Zackary Zwanenburg, doubles up on National Team success.
Gentlemen, start your engines! On May 19th, the checkered flag will drop for the first time in 2013 as Cornwall Motor Speedway (CMS) hosts the first race of the Canadian Nationals Series. This feature, presented by Gaetan’s Chip Stand, is a 100 lap DIRTcar series for 358 Modifieds.
Marc Beckstead is very happy that his hockey career has taken him to Kingston.
Cornwall Peewee “B” Rep Colts came away as champs as they won the gold medal at the 2013 Empire State Cup tournament in Rochester, N.Y.
The Cornwall Major Midget B Colts and the South Dundas Lions are all winners as they played for charity drive.
The South Stormont Bantam “B” Rep team stands behind the 700 food items they collected as part of a team building exercise.
You can always tell that summer is just about over when the local hockey teams start to hold tryouts. The Morrisburg Lions recently started preparing for the 2012-2013 season with tryouts at the Benson Centre.
Kaylee Arsenault of St. Andrews and Captain competing at Ferme Beaulieu in Ste. Justine de Newton, QE earlier this summer.
Longevity Acrylics Wildcat Tyson Lafave being hunted down by Wilson Funeral Home Wildcat Braeden Keenan at the Joe St. Denis field. Longevity took the victory in a tight game 20-16 to capture first place overall in the Spring Peewee Division.