The Quinte Skyhawks will look for the second win of their expansion season in the East Division of the Ontario Football Conference junior category when they try to tame the York Lions Saturday at MAS 2. Kick-off is 6 p.m.
Five athletes, one builder and one team will enter the Belleville Sports Hall of Fame as the Class of 2018.
The Belleville Bulldogs senior women's team improved its spotless record to 4-0 in the Toronto Rugby Union's East Division with a 52-28 win over the Oshawa Vikings last weekend at MAS Park.
Three local products and one international student took home the top athletic awards for the 2017-18 academic season at Albert College during recent ceremonies at the Belleville institution.
No coach. Now, no GM.
As a fan of football, I would rank my favourite codes of the sport in this order: 1. rugby union; 2. rugby league; 3. gridiron (American and Canadian football); 4. Australian rules; 5. soccer.
There'll be a Cup parade in Toronto — Calder, not Stanley.
Belleville Minor Ball Hockey League results as submitted by the league:
Five members of Kenzo Dozono's Belleville SKI Karate School medalled at the 2018 Tiger Cup championships held recently in Toronto. The final local count was four gold medals, four silvers and two bronze:
The Toronto Marlies are still trying to become the first Toronto Maple Leafs farm club to capture the Calder Cup since 1982.
These days, Todd Smith spends a lot of his time playing the game of political hardball at Queen's Park.
Next hockey season, Jack Miller returns to a familiar spot — the broadcast booth.
The Bayside She Devils were provincial runners-up in the six-team girls division at the 2018 Barbarian Cup Ontario high school junior championships which wrapped up Monday with finals at MAS Park.
Denise Richards, 15, from Wooler, and 13-year-old Joseph Spinosa, of Milford, are the most recent recipients of SKIF Karate Canada 2018 Karate-Ka of the Year awards from the SKI Belleville Karate School.
The Quinte Skyhawks recorded their franchise-first victory just three games into their inaugural season — and it came on the road.
Top Belleville athlete at the OFSAA track and field finals at York University in Toronto on the weekend was standout hurdler Nate St. Romain of Nicholson Catholic College.
Chances are, Oliver Allen will return to the OFSAA track and field championships.
June 2 results from Brighton Speedway (top-five):
Peter Gabriel knew it wasn't going to be easy.