• Mustangs open senior boys rugby season with convincing win
  • North girls soccer kicks off
  • Wolves dominate AABHN South badminton
  • AABHN North junior badminton
  • Adiwinata brothers shine at AABHN North senior badminton tournament

Mustangs win second straight senior basketball title

By Brian Smiley The Brantford Collegiate Institute Mustangs have gone back-to-back in winning the AABHN senior boys basketball championship. A year after capturing a thrilling come-from-behind title in the Athletic Association of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk final against Assumption College, the Mustangs came back again, this time defeating the McKinnon Park Secondary School Blue Devils 62-55 at home. PLEASE CLICK TO READ THE FULL. STORY

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McKinnon Park edges Mustangs for junior girls volleyball title

By Brian Smiley Two evenly matched teams battled down to the wire as McKinnon Park Secondary School defeated Brantford Collegiate Institute on Thursday to claim the AABHN junior girls volleyball championship. In the final, it was the first-place BCI Mustangs (11-1 regular season, 1-0 in playoffs) facing defending Athletic Association of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk champion MPSS Blue Devils (10-2 regular season, 1-0 in playoffsPLEASE CLICK THE LINK TO READ…

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Trojans gain momentum for boys hockey playoffs

By Brian Smiley North Park Collegiate is hoping a strong regular-season finale and a little bit of a melee at the end its game against St. John’s College on Tuesday will go a long way toward a playoff win next week. Up against one of the league’s powerhouses at the Gretzky Centre, the Trojans (1-9) were edged 1-0 by the Green Eagles (7-0-2). North Park stuck with SJC on the…

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Eagles down Trojans 4-0 in girls hockey

  By Brian Smiley North Park Collegiate’s girls hockey team was able to hold the fort for one period on Monday before the floodgates broke open. Facing St. John’s College in an Athletic Association of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk game at the Gretzky Centre, the Trojans (2-8) allowed three second-period goals on their way to a 4-0 loss against the Green Eagles (5-4). PLEASE CLICK TO READ THE FULL STORY

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PJC senior boys basketball team a ‘privilege to coach’

By Brian Smiley Pauline Johnson Collegiate’s senior boys basketball team ended the AABHN season without a win but that doesn’t mean progress wasn’t made. Falling 76-26 to the St. John’s College Green Eagles (5-7) on Tuesday at home in the final game of the Athletic Association of Brant, Haldimand and Norfolk regular season, the Thunderbirds (0-12) never got down despite their winless season. CLICK TO READ THE FULL STORY

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