With first win of the season, new BlackJacks coaching staff hopes slow start is turning around
After several hectic days which included the firing of their head coach, the Ottawa BlackJacks won their first game of the season.
BlackJacks dismiss head coach Charles Dubé-Brais, hire uOttawa’s James Derouin
Ottawa BlackJacks fire their head coach after slow start to the season.
Rapper J. Cole’s star power stuns BlackJacks in 98-81 loss to Scarborough
J. Cole and the Scarborough Shooting Stars surged past the Ottawa BlackJacks with a 98-81 win on Thursday.
Target missed: BlackJacks lose season opener in thrilling ‘Elam Ending’
The Ottawa BlackJacks open their season with a hard fought loss to the Fraser Valley Bandits.
UOttawa’s Asya Bartley selected for U Sports female apprentice coach program
Asya Bartley, of uOttawa, has been selected for the U Sports female apprentice coach program.
‘A place of second chances’: Ex-Yankees prospect Jacob Sanford gets shot at redemption with Titans
Ottawa Titans find a home for outfielder Jacob Sanford after the young player was cut from the New York Yankees system.
Titans bats get just enough in 3-1 win over Grizzlies
Ottawa Titans keep up their low-scoring winning ways over the Gateway Grizzlies.
Pitcher Evan Grills dominates for Ottawa Titans in historic home opener
The Ottawa Titans franchise is still in its infancy. But in the much-anticipated return of professional baseball to the nation’s capital on Tuesday, Evan Grills made history. The team’s starting pitcher from nearby St. Albert, Ont. struck out 15 batters in eight scoreless innings, leading the Titans to a 2-0 win over the Evansville Otters in the first home game…
Ottawa BlackJacks hope ex-NBA talent will lead way to 2022 CEBL championship
The Ottawa BlackJacks are looking forward to a new season of great basketball in the capital.
Ontario rivals, COVID pose challenge as Carleton Ravens aim for 16th men’s basketball crown at Edmonton finals
Carleton University men’s basketball team’s record helps it gain a spot in the Final 8 basketball tournament in. Edmonton this weekend. Other teams and COVID-19 stand to be the team’s foes.
Volunteers help ease food insecurity in Alta Vista seniors building but often it’s not enough
Cathy Hamilton, a resident of the Clementine Towers in Alta Vista, started a food pantry in September 2021 to address food insecurity in her building.