Fan’s View: Who Will Win the Super Bowl on Sunday?
This Sunday see’s the biggest football game of the year take place, with the Philadelphia Eagles facing the New England Patriots at Super Bowl 52 in Minnesota. Tom Brady is available for the Patriots despite ongoing hand issues but Rob Gronkowski is still suffering from concussion related issues. The... Read more
Jan 30 – Sports cast
Your sports news update for Jan 30, 2018. Read more
Jan 29 – Sports cast
Here’s Melysa Mezzapelle’s audio sportscast for Monday Jan. 29. Read more
Rookie Review, a blog for us sports rookies
When I was four, my parents signed me up for soccer. They got me a nice pair of cleats, shin pads that were a little uncomfortable, and a jersey in a weird shade of shiny green with a big 4 on the back. At the first game of the... Read more
Toronto FC wins MLS Cup and rallies for champions
Toronto Reacts To Gregg Zaun Apology
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Toronto Celebrates Grey Cup Win
By Melysa Mezzapelle, Karen Doradea & Jennifer Macfarlane On Tuesday, the Toronto Argonauts held their 2017 Grey Cup Championship rally at Nathan Philips Square. The event was hosted by TSN’s Cabbie Richards and Mayor John Tory. Thousands of fans filled the square in front of City Hall to join... Read more
Top of the Game: Humber Women’s Varsity Basketball Team
Uncover Humber’s varsity sport success through the women’s basketball team.  With the help of two time national player of the year Ceejay Nofuente, Humber’s women basketball team won bronze finishing in third after winning the national title last year. Humber is the most decorated college in the country with 47... Read more
Humber Hawks: Leaders on the court
It was a high-stakes game. Every player’s adrenaline was pumping at an all-time high. Walking into the CCAA National Championship, the Humber Hawks women’s basketball team were the reigning champions. They had gone to three straight nationals. They were undefeated in their season, and they were the top-seeded team... Read more
Humber’s rising star: Ceejay Nofuente
With five minutes left in the 4th quarter, number 24 for the Humber Hawks dribbles down the court and pulls up behind the three-point line for a contested shot. The basket counts and Ceejay Nofuente has just broke history. 55 points and 13 three pointers against Redeemer. Fourth year... Read more