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The noise level at the Highbury Canco arena last Thursday night, March 28, was loud as 1,246 fans — including some from

One of the Leamington Flyers’ long-time volunteers has been honoured by the Ontario Junior Hockey League for her hard work and countless

The Talbot Trail Blazers U15C team rode a five-game winning streak to the Ontario U15 Tier 2 Championship over the Easter weekend,

Leamington Skating Club’s Dash Sheeler finished eighth in Ontario in STAR 5 Men’s (013) at the Cassie Campbell Community Centre in Brampton

After a close season series, the Leamington Flyers and Milton Menace continue their challenge, battling for a spot in the West Conference

The Talbot Trail Blazers U15C squad capped off a 5-1 round-robin Bluewater League playoff record with a dominating five-points-to-one final series win

After a first taste of playoff overtime before 1,044 fans here on Thursday, March 14, the Leamington Flyers topped that with a

Despite the heroic acrobatic efforts of netminder Ethan Handley, the Wheatley Omstead Sharks, icing a lineup wrought with injuries, proved to be

There couldn’t have been a better time for the Leamington Flyers to cure whatever had plagued them during the regular season’s final

The Sun Parlour Curling Club hosted the SWOSSAA curling finals on Tuesday, March 5, with two local teams competing in the boys

Despite a series win of 4-1, the outcome of the Wheatley Omstead Sharks playoff future was only finalized with just over a

Breanna Williams, 15, who skates with Leamington Skating Club, won gold and bronze medals at the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games (SOCWG)

It’s been a rather long season and as relishing as it was to finish third in the West, the Flyers need to

The first round of the 2024 playoffs finds the Wheatley Omstead Sharks grinding their way against an admirable opponent, the Mooretown Flags.

The excitement is mounting for local 15-year-old skater Breanna Williams, as she is set to compete in her first Special Olympics Canada

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