Toronto Varsity Blues midfielder Amanda Woodcroft took home the Most Valuable Player award, becoming the first Toronto player to do so since 2008.
A first-year player on a veteran-laden team stepped up to score the only goal of the game as St. Thomas More captured a third straight HWCAA field hockey championship.
The Junior B hockey squad posted a win and a loss to Fort Erie Meteors and Caledonia Pro Fit Corvairs respectively in weekend Golden Horseshoe Conference action.
After leading her team to a semi-final victory on Saturday, Cindy Nelles has been recognized as the OUA Female Athlete of the Week.
It was not a good night for Mohawk’s basketball teams as they both lost their OCAA regular season openers at Humber.
Art Oliver Jr. continues to impress with his perfection on the Hamilton lanes.