Two riders have yet to lose a feature eight weeks into the motorcycle racing season at Welland County Speedway.
Pete Reid is happy that when history repeated itself Saturday night at Merrittville Speedway, it was recent history.
The race is set, and the horses have been chosen for the 81st running on the Prince of Wales Stakes, the second jewel of the Canadian Triple crown.
A young woman accusing former Windsor Spitfire Ben Johnson of raping her in a washroom stall three years ago has launched a $3.95-million civil lawsuit against the NHL hopeful.
There’s a silver lining to the storm clouds that rained out the feature races at Merrittville Speedway for the second time this season.
Thousands of people are expected to fill the stands at the Fort Erie Race Track to watch the next leg of the Canadian Triple Crown, the Prince of Wales Stakes.
Two South Niagara Rowing Club members are among nearly 50 athletes selected to represent Canada at the World Rowing Championships next month in the Netherlands.
Two New Humberstone Speedway division leaders gained ground in the points race with victories in their last turn around the dirt track in Port Colborne.
Jacob Tessier scored four touchdowns and Lucas Gaudet kicked five two-point conversions as the Welland Port Colborne Optimist Club Tiger-Cats blanked the West Niagara Steelers 52-0 to remain undefeated in the Niagara Regional Minor Football Association’s peewee division.