It isn’t Major League Soccer, but soccer fans in Detroit and Windsor-Essex finally have their professional team.
It may be August, but some local hockey fans already have their sights set on the coming junior-B season.
The Windsor Spitfires have picked up a commitment from their top import draft pick.
In a darkened hockey arena, the retired number of a former Windsor Spitfire hangs, though the player it honours may not think that is the only highlight of his career.
LaSalle’s Kylie Masse will be coming home with yet another medal from the FINA World Championships in Gwangju South Korea.
A former Windsor Spitfire said he can’t wait to give back to the community that supported him over the years.
Masse had a time of 58.60 seconds, just 0.25 seconds ahead of Minna Atherton of Australia.
Have you ever wanted to see the most famous trophy in North American sports? You’ll have a chance Sunday.
There will be a new face in charge of the Windsor Spitfires.
A first-time champion of the links was crowned this weekend at the second annual Windsor Championship.