Author: Christian Mota-Pyette

Canada is heading to the 2022 FIFA World Cup Canada clinches its first World Cup soccer berth since 1986. https://twitter.com/CanadaSoccerEN/status/1508200731421163520 Oh, Canada! Team Canada defeated Jamaica 4-0 at BMO Field on Sunday. Cyle Larin opened the scoring, which proved to be the game-winning tally. Additionally, Tajon Buchanan and Junior Hoilett scored for Canada. Jamaica’s own goal was the final marker. Moreover, qualifying on home soil made the victory that much sweeter! The 2022 FIFA World Cup takes place in Qatar, while the tournament runs from Nov. 21 – Dec. 18. https://twitter.com/onesoccer/status/1508201972637310983 Barrie Jr. Sharks playoff run comes to an end…

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Barrie Sports: Weekend Edition is Powered by Perfect SZN. Celebrate every season at Perfect Szn. Indulge in pub classics & great drinks! Find them at 353 Anne St. North in Barrie, Ontario. Barrie Jr. Sharks make their playoffs debut The Jr. Sharks kicked off their playoff debut today against the Mississauga Jr. Hurricanes at 12:45 pm. Further, the tournament is held in Mississauga at Westwood Arena. Afterward, the Sharks tangle with the Nepian Jr. Wildcats at 5 pm. The top four teams advance to the semi-finals on Saturday. The tournament finals conclude on Sunday. This 12-team tournament features the best of the region’s…

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The Baycats work together with Vintage Throne Barber Lounge to rename the team’s home stadium. Vintage Throne owner Sabrina Di Tommaso (left) with Barrie Baycats President Josh Matlow (right) Vintage Throne joins the Baycats family Baycats fans, there’s a new sponsor in town! Vintage Throne Barber Lounge is the new stadium name sponsor for the Barrie Baycats. Moreover, formerly known Coates Stadium had its new name & sign officially unveiled on Thursday afternoon. In addition, this exciting new partnership brings the dawn of a new era for the Baycats. “It’s surreal. We’re excited with this new partnership and what’s to…

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The Barrie Jr. Sharks compete in their first-ever playoff tournament this weekend. Just who are the Barrie Jr. Sharks? The Sharks are a junior-level competitive program playing in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL). Comparatively, the team’s male counterpart is the Barrie Colts. So, if the Colts are so renowned in Barrie, why aren’t the Sharks? While the Colts possess the necessary revenue and sponsors, the Sharks do not. Consequently, too few are aware of how talented these women are. Head coach Ed Mauro can attest to that fact. “We have a tremendous group of girls here who deserve some…

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Barrie Colts weekend results The Barrie Colts suffered back-to-back losses to the Oshawa Generals and North Bay Battalion. The Colts welcomed the Generals to Sadlon Arena on Saturday night. It took a shootout to settle this game. As a result, the Generals skated away victorious, 5-4. In addition, Generals forward Ryan Stepien scored the decisive shootout goal. Matteo Lalama made 15 saves for the Colts, while Roenick Jodoin & Chris Grisolia each collected three points. https://twitter.com/OHLBarrieColts/status/1505364434042167302 Next, Colts Country travelled to North Bay Memorial Gardens to battle the North Bay Battalion. The Sunday matchup resulted in a 3-2 defeat…

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