m w88club_ww88top_dang ky w88

From left: Carson Waite, Natasha Luffman and Anna Davidson. (Submitted photo)

Super Chargers

Three was not a crowd at the recent Centennial Secondary School 2017-18 post-season athletic awards banquet as a trio of Chargers shared senior Athlete of the Year honours.

Bayside's best

Paige O'Gorman and Angelo Knappett walked away with senior Athlete of the Year awards as Bayside Secondary School recently honoured its brightest and best from the 2017-18 Devils sports season.

From left: Fraser Moodey, Christina Pilgrim, Rama Younes and Boluwatife (Tife) Oyeniyi-Adebayo. (Submitted photo)

Premier Panthers

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.

Trenton vs. Bayside in the 2018 Barbarian Cup junior girls rugby semi-final round Monday at MAS Park. (Catharine Frost for The Intelligencer)

Bayside second at Barb Cup

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.

NCC hurdler Nate St. Romain (Canada Summer Games file photo)


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.

Quinte (blue) vs. Newmarket Denison in opening-round action Thursday at the OFSAA AA boys rugby championships at MAS Park. (Don Carr photo)

Saints surprise

The host Quinte Saints almost pulled off the upset of the tournament, dropping a tense 19-12 decision to No. 3 Newmarket Denison on opening day of the OFSAA AA boys rugby championships Thursday at MAS Park.

Nicks on mission

Inspired by his favourite NHL team's last Stanley Cup victory in 1993, a Belleville soccer coach is borrowing a page from the Montreal Canadiens history book to help motivate his squad at the OFSAA A boys championships starting Thursday in Niagara Falls and Fort Erie.

Former Quinte Saints female Athlete of the Year, Jean Anne Meagher (Hounslow) embraces one of her former QSS coaches, Rick Locke, at last weekend's athletic alumni gathering at the school. (Submitted photo)

Saints celebrate

There were hugs and handshakes — and probably a few tears too — as more than 100 former athletes and coaches from Quinte Secondary School gathered at QSS last weekend to say goodbye to the institution that will close its doors forever at the conclusion of the current academic year.

Action from the East Regionals track and field championships held recently in Kingston. (Ian MacAlpine/Postmedia Network)

Next stop: OFSAA

Belleville's Nate St. Romain was among a handful of Bay of Quinte gold-medalists at the 2018 East Regionals track and field championships held recently at the Invista Centre in Kingston.

High school roundup

In a dramatic curtain-drop for field lacrosse at Moira Secondary School, the host Trojans rallied to defeat the visiting Kingston Frontenac Falcons 7-6 on a last-second goal by Dakota Brown.

On the right track

The Brighton-based East Northumberland Blue Dragons won the overall team title at the 2018 COSSA track and field championships Thursday at TASS in Peterborough.

Titans on top

The St. Theresa Titans are the 2018 Bay of Quinte varsity baseball champions after taming the PECI Panthers 2-1 in the gold-medal game this week.