The Milton Sports Hall of Fame (MSHoF) celebrated their 2020 inductees at the Milton Sports Centre on October 30th. The MSHoF recognizes and honours the sports accomplishments and contributions of our community while inspiring the youth of Milton. You can find more information about MSHoFand their volunteer-driven organization at miltonsportshof.com
October 16th outside the Home Depot Plaza marked the 9th edition of Game On Street Hockey Tournament which has raised over $27,000 for the Reach out Centre for Kids (ROCK).
The weather listened to the Mayor of Milton and the rain didn’t come! All day long both kids and adults were having a blast. This was marked the return of the physical in-person event (last year was virtual) and it was held in a controlled environment where attendees had to show proof of vaccination at the entrance before being admitted. MC Chris Mei helped officiate the event and kept the energy going throughout the day.
You could say that softball is in her blood. From when she was in diapers, Sydney Teague has been getting dirty on the softball field…and there is no place she would rather be.
The 13 year old Milton slugger and her teammates on the 2008 birth year Brampton Blazers ‘08 fast pitch softball team recently captured Gold at the PWSA U14 – 2 Provincial Championships in Cambridge.
A series sweep in the semifinals over Port Perry ‘07, set up a best-of-three finals vs a strong Wilmot ‘07 team. Game one of the final series was a nail biter; a 2 – 1 last inning walk off win for Brampton.
Milton’s prestigious award of Youth Athlete of 2021 has been awarded to Ismail Hassan. He graduated from St. Francis Xavier Catholic School in Milton in June. Ismail helped
his school win the Halton Regional Championship and a triple-A OFSAA bronze medal in 2020.
Watching videos of his prowess on the basketball court, it is obvious that he is a sure force to reckon with in any game! He appears to have a keen ability to shoot and score! With over 500 hours for volunteering
Events’ Ontario Softball Cricket League’s (EOSCL) season is over. The organization completed its third season September 22 with a pair of matches at Sherwood Community Park.
It started six years ago as a conversation between Milton Orthotics, and Wellness Centre Owner Angelo Posteraro and Rotary Club member Rod McLachlan. The two men wanted to help the community, and get kids active. “It supported physical activity, and supported a charity.”
The last weekend in June kicked off Events Ontario Softball Cricket League (EOSCL). Saturday June 23 was an event at Paramount Restaurant to unveil the team jerseys and captains. The league expanded from eight to 17 teams this season including teams representing town councillors.
April 28 marked the end of Milton Youth Recreation Centre (MYRec)’s basketball season at MyFest 2018. Awards were given out kicking off an afternoon of family fun and celebration at the Milton Sports Centre.
Rain, and cold wind failed to dampen the community spirit as runners gathered at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre (MNCC) on May 12th. It was the third annual Run for Milton organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at – Milton Chapter to raise money for the Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF).
In the spring of 2015, when the doors opened to the Mattamy National Cycling Center (also known as the Velodrome), a new era for competitive cycling in Milton and surrounding areas was born.