Eastern Commerce has sent more students to US post-secondary schools than any other school in Toronto.
On May 15, they sent five more (left to right): Iman Hassan to Lindenwood University, James Sylvester to Northwest Kansas Technical College, Tyler Stone to Howard University, Tayla Gibb to University of Detroit Mercy and Surayya Palmer to Arkansas Baptist College.
Hard work paid off for these young ballers, and we congratulate them! We’ll have more on this in our next edition.
We told you they were that good. The Marshall McLuhan track team is the fourth best high school squad in Canada! With a small squad of sophmores, the Rebels took on older students and still persevered!
Three students won medals in their national debuts! Congrats!
Check out our prior profile on the squad: http://mytowncrier.ca/mcluhan-rebels-getting-ready-to-run.html
To kickoff their 45th campaign in the Intercounty Baseball League, the Toronto Maple Leafs got out of the gates strong, beating the London Majors 9–4 on May 5.
Our game report: http://www.mytowncrier.ca/leafs-come-out-swinging-in-opener.html
Before the Northern Red Knights won their national title in ultimate last weekend, they faced off against an upstart team in the Leaside Lancers on May 2.
Check out our game report, a win for the disc chuckers!
The Northern Red Knights ultimate frisbee team are national champions!
Entering the championship as the third seed, the squad toppled top-seeded St. John’s-Ravenscourt from Manitoba in the finals! A close game throughout, the Red Knights came back to win via a “universe point,” a winner-take-all point in high school ultimate frisbee play.
(We’ll have more on the team later on)
The second Fight to End Cancer is drawing near, but the main event doesn’t feature big name pro boxers like Lucien Bute or Jean Pascal. The fighters are corporate suits, Matt Hehn, left, and John Morrison, looking to raise funds for the Princess Margaret Foundation.
Here’s our preview of the event, organized by Jennifer Huggins and the Kingsway Boxing Club.