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Police Foundations put to the test

Police Foundations put to the test

STORY, VIDEO, AND PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI Sheridan College was among five schools this month to compete in an annual police test, which is mandatory for anyone in the province who wants to be a cop. Police Foundations students from Sheridan, Niagara, Mohawk, Centennial and Georgian competed in the second annual Physical Readiness Evaluation for […]

Oakville native creating a buzz in rookie campaign

Oakville native creating a buzz in rookie campaign

STORY BY TODD CORDELL Oakville native Matt Spencer is generating a lot of buzz around the OHL. The 16-year-old defenseman not only made the Peterborough Petes lineup out of camp, but he’s been playing pretty big minutes and producing for a team that is currently sitting in playoff position. Spencer has five points through his […]

Bruins fall to Mohawk in volleyball season opener

Bruins fall to Mohawk in volleyball season opener

  STORY AND PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI Sheridan’s men’s volleyball team were defeated by Mohawk Mountaineers 3-1 in the Ontario College Athletics Association season opener Oct. 31. Mohawk also proved to be a challenging start to the season for the Lady Bruins who were downed in a trio of sets. Returning Bruin Josh Butler produced […]

Oakville native taking OHL by storm

Oakville native taking OHL by storm

STORY BY TODD CORDELL Oakville native Adam Craievich isn’t lighting up the league, but he couldn’t ask for a much better start to his OHL career. Through 17 games, his Guelph Storm is first place in the league and owns an impressive 14-3-0 record. Though Craievich has two goals, three points and a plus-1 rating […]

Qualifying Matches Photo Feature

Qualifying Matches Photo Feature

PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI The Seneca Sting blew out St. Lawrence Kingston Oct.25 with a 6-0 win to advance them into the finals. In the following match Algonquin Thunder advanced defeating the Humber Hawks 1-0 in a close game to determine the championship rivals. Check out the championship results from the Algonquin versus Seneca final […]

Thunder strikes at Sheridan College

Thunder strikes at Sheridan College

STORY AND PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI The Algonquin Thunder was crowned the 2013 Ontario College Athletics Association women’s soccer champions over the weekend. The event was held at Sheridan College’s Trafalgar campus on Oct. 26. Algonquin defeated their East Division rivals, the Seneca Sting, 2-1 in the championship game of the 2013 Belair Direct OCAA […]

Oakville native making smooth transition to OHL

Oakville native making smooth transition to OHL

STORY BY TODD CORDELL Oakville native Jesse Barwell is making waves around the OHL. At just 16 years of age, Barwell made a quality Mississauga Steelheads team straight out of training camp and has been a key contributor offensively. The skilled forward has seven points in 15 games, which puts him top five on the […]

Bruins headed to playoffs

Bruins headed to playoffs

STORY AND PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI Both of Sheridan’s soccer teams qualified for the Ontario College Athletics Association (OCAA) playoffs last week, giving them a chance to play for the championship on their home turf. The men’s soccer team will take on the Redeemer Royals and the women will be facing the Lambton Lions, both […]

Hall of Fame recognizes athletes who shone brightest

Hall of Fame recognizes athletes who shone brightest

STORY BY MATTHEW LOWE Once a Bruin, always a Bruin. The latest inductees to Sheridan College’s sports Hall of Fame epitomize that philosophy. Members of the 1989-1990 men’s volleyball team were inducted to the Hall of Fame in a ceremony Saturday. Also inducted were: Harry Vlachos (men’s basketball 1970-1972,) Jon Falcon (men’s hockey 1974-1977) and […]

Bruins battle it out at Homecoming

Bruins battle it out at Homecoming

STORY AND PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI Sheridan’s Homecoming saw great displays of performance, intensity, sportsmanship and action from the Bruins and their respective opponents Saturday. The Lady Bruins rugby team was first to play, taking on the first loss of their eight game season, falling 14-5 against Seneca Sting. Team captain Shannon Paterson earned the […]

Bruins earn a tie and a shutout in Homecoming matchup

Bruins earn a tie and a shutout in Homecoming matchup

STORY BY KYLE CALOREN PHOTOS BY DAVID PELOSI The Sheridan Bruins women’s and men’s soccer teams ended their Homecoming games with a tie and a win respectively. The Lady Bruins (3-2-1 OCAA) had a tough time matching the Mohawk Mountaineers, and while ball possession was even, Mohawk took the lead in the last few minutes […]

Back-to-back losses not a setback for Bruins

STORY BY KYLE CALOREN PHOTOS BY KYLE CALOREN Despite back-to-back losses Saturday morning at Sheridan’s Homecoming, the men’s and women’s varsity rugby teams were not disappointed, and neither were the fans. The Lady Bruins rugby team (1-1 OCAA), came out aggressive, and kept the pressure on until they scored a try near the end off […]