Features from October 2016

Freshman cross-country runner on the road to recovery


Posted on Oct 24, 2016
Cambrian Golden Shield cross-country freshman Wyatt Kennedy is sincere when he claims to have little to no expectations of the 2016 OCAA season. Far more than most, the 21 year-old native of Manitoulin Island is simply thankful to be able to enjoy the trails and courses across the province. This stands to reason when one...

Women’s Soccer team advances to quarter finals


Posted on Oct 24, 2016
With a record breaking season already in the books, there was no really good reason for Tiffany Johnson to slow down come playoff time. The OCAA all-time leading scorer in women’s soccer, and single season record holder with 28 goals this year, Johnson scored twice on Saturday at home, helping the Cambrian Golden Shield advance...

Cambrian volleyball men travel the road to respectability


Posted on Oct 14, 2016
The 2016-17 Golden Shield volleyball season is fast approaching, and fans will soon notice that there are a number of new players on the men’s team. Coach Tom Sutton says there is an air of optimism that goes beyond the annual “slate is wiped clean” early season enthusiasm. “It’s a little different make-up than the...

Meet soccer star Tiffany Johnson


Posted on Oct 11, 2016
On Friday, October 7, in a game against Loyalist College, the Cambrian Golden Shield’s own Tiffany Johnson of Val Caron entered the record books as the top scorer in OCAA women’s soccer with a total of 58 career goals (and counting). Already number one in the league in scoring this season, the two goals she netted on Friday bring her...

Cambrian College opens larger, enhanced space for HVAC program


Posted on Oct 6, 2016
Cambrian College’s popular Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) program has moved to a bigger and brighter space on campus. The new 7,612 square foot building features an enhanced training and teaching environment that houses state-of-the-art HVAC equipment, including furnaces, boilers, appliances and fireplaces, a simulation lab, and a classroom for 40 students. An event was...

Coach Margarit steps down after 17 years


Posted on Oct 4, 2016
Stability within the coaching ranks within the world of post-secondary sports is often a key indicator of program success. The ability of that familiar face at the helm, with the résumé as long as his or her arm, to attract top recruits to the school is undeniable. In that sense, the Cambrian Golden Shield women’s...
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