Lakeside’s academic and sports program can accelerate your child’s progress. Click to read about Tyler, one of Lakeside Academy's bright, young student athletes.
Soccer fans in the Durham Region will be able to fill their soccer fix as the Ridgebacks host nine days of soccer action at Vaso’s Field this season.
The most import factor to remember is the impact your skates will have on your skating stride if they are not fitted properly, says skating instructor Scary Mary.
On any given day there are over 100 sporting events happening in our area.
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The Whitby Girls Softball Association continues to grow in its efforts to provide softball fun for girls from ages five to twenty-four. The WSGA now has second-generation players on their diamonds.
At Durham Total Sports, we know how hard it can be to find information about local sports organizations so we have been doing the hard work for you. Click here to view our comprehensive list of community sports in Durham Region. Let us know if we missed any!
Whether you are an elite athlete, a teenager or active adult who wants to stay fit and healthy throughout your life, it takes planning, goal setting, program progression, commitment and consistency to create health, fitness and performance results.
Durham Boxing Academy and Fitness outlines the amazing benefits of boxing that go beyond the regular training you can do at a local gym or recreational facility.
Fuelling up before you hit the ice is critical to your overall performance.
High School captures both the male and female Tier 1 AAA LOSSA titles in 2017.
Young hockey players must realize how important it is to attend practice regularly. Don’t just tolerate a practice – have fun and enjoy the learning process!
Former Oshawa Generals player and Hockey Hall of Famer Eric Lindros headlines a stellar class of inductees in 2016.
Started by a group of English immigrants who missed their favourite sport from back home, the Wanderers Rugby Club was formed in 1949.
Chris Krause realized that Canadian boys had few opportunities to participate in contact sports after high school and started the Vikings Rugby Club in 1959.
Lacrosse star Gavin Prout, OHL commissioner David Branch and CFL player Jason Pottinger comprise the group of 2016 inductees.
The Warriors would like to welcome Joel Johnson as the Head Coach for the 2017 season. Joel brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to the Warriors. Joel played his minor lacrosse in Whitby before moving on to play with the Green Gaels where he won the Founders Cup in 1998 and 2000. After his junior career finished Joel played for the Brooklin Redmen and Brooklin Merchants.
Joel was an assistant with the Warriors in 2016 and has also coached in the Whitby Minor, Edge, Team Ontario, CLAX, Oshawa Blue Knights, and Green Gaels Brooklin Redmen and Brooklin Merchants before getting into coaching.
He coached the 2016 Brooklin Merchants to the Ontario championship and a third-place finish at the Presidents Cup Junior B organizations.
Joining Jeff behind the warriors bench this year is Shawn Williams. Williams is very well known in the lacrosse community as a former NLL star and Brooklin Redmen player and will serve as an associate coach for the Warriors this year.
Warriors Home Schedule
May 16: vs St.Catherines, 8 pm
May 23: vs Orangeville, 8 pm
May 30: vs Kitchener-Waterloo, 8 pm
June 6: vs Burlington, 8 pm
June13: vs Brampton, 8 pm
June 17: vs Six Nations, 4 pm
June 20: vs Barrie, 8 pm
July 4: Peterborough, 8 pm
July 7: vs Mimico, 8 pm
July 11: vsToronto, 8 pm
(All games at Iroqouis Park, Pad 1)
We strive to instill passion for the game of lacrosse. We have some exciting things in the works. Here is our season at a glance. Click to read more about our 2017 plans.
The Whitby Eagles Girls Softball Association are fielding a total of eight elite REP teams for the 2017 season.
Enroll now for the 2017 school year at Lakeside Academy, a dynamic private school for student-athletes.
"Scary Mary" outlines the importance of powerful strides, body positioning and offers a coaches training tip.
The Olympic Sports Development Camp is perfect for the beginner, intermediate and advanced level athletes & active youth who are interested in improving their game. The Sports Performance Coaches will challenge your child to improve their sport skills in a fun learning environment. In addition to Sports Performance Training, this camp will also include: Sports nutrition, Mentorship from leaders within the community (Olympians, Champions, Successful Entrepreneurs), Media Training, Student-Athletic Academic Training, Weekly Excursion. The camp is open to kids ages 7-14. Go to www.running4yourlife.ca to register.
Whitby Challenger Baseball is starting on Saturday, June 17th. The Challengers take the field at Peel Park every Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. ... Do you know a team that can assist our players? We’re in search of “Buddies” to help our players at the plate, around the bases and in the field. We’d love to see volunteers every Saturday until the end of August. Community Service Hours are available for high school students ... On Saturday, June 3rd, Marigold Ford at Dundas and Anderson in Whitby, will be hosting a Drive4URCommunity at their dealership. Take a free test drive, and Ford of Canada will donate $20 to the Whitby Challengers. They could earn up to $6000! ... Please bring a little extra cash because they’ll be having fabulous raffles, and a BBQ! Smiles Guaranteed!
Whitby added former NHL defenceman Paul Ranger, hockey coach Mike Primeau and lacrosse star Jennifer Johnson to its Sports Hall of Fame during Induction Ceremonies on April 22. Click to read more about the athletes inducted.
To cap off a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) athletic department, Fabio Campol and Kylie Bordeleau and were named the athletes of the year. Click to read more.
Ajax native and OCAA women's basketball scoring leader Lindsay Pancham was named athlete of the year for the third time, joining more than a dozen other athletes recognized for their excellence in sports at the college in Oshawa. Click to read the full story.