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Keith Montgomery

Remembering Keith (Monty) Montgomery

The Peterborough & District Sports Hall of Fame extend condolences to the family of Keith Montgomery.  Monty, a well known Peterborough athlete, passed away at Riverview Manor on Friday, March 17, 2017.  He was 88. Monty began his junior career with the Lakefield Legionnaires in 1946. In the 1947 season he played with the Peterborough Junior B […]

Aaron Sargeant is the 2017 Grand Prize Winner

And the winners are…….

Congratulations to Aaron Sargeant of Peterborough, the winner of the 2017 PDSHOF Annual New Vehicle draw.  Courtesy of Kawartha Chrysler, Aaron has a choice of one of the following vehicles:  2017 Dodge Grand Caravan, 2017 Dodge Dart, or a 2017 Dodge Journey. In the preliminary draw, the two $500.00 winners are Jack Nelson and Lee […]

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Sinopoli Sweater on Display at the Hall

The Peterborough & District Sports Hall of Fame has on display the autographed CFL sweater of Peterborough native and 2016 Grey Cup champion Brad Sinopoli. For his 6 receptions and 1 touchdown, Brad Sinopoli has had his name added to the Dick Suderman Trophy after being named the Most Valuable Canadian in the 104th playing of the […]

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Car Draw Officially Underway

With the press conference held on Tuesday November 15, the PDSHOF Annual New Vehicle Draw is officially underway. Tickets are available from members of the Hall of Fame, various local businesses (see list below), at the Hall of Fame in the Memorial Centre (Tuesday and Thursday mornings – 9 – 12), and at Peterborough Petes Games. Further […]

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Watch Now: A Virtual Tour of the PDSHOF

Please take a few moments to watch this overview of the PDSHOF, featuring past chairman Don “Red” Wasson. Many thanks to the team at Cogeco for putting this together! Link to Cogeco’s YouTube Video of the PDSHOF  

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Dr. Don Curtis

Administration
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 05/22/2013

Clinton (Jan) Magee

All-round Athlete
(25 Listings)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

Louis Yeotes

All-Sports
(3 Listings)

Latest listing 05/22/2013

Gary (Diller) Dalliday

Athlete / Builder
(5 Listings)

Latest listing 06/04/2016

Margaret (O'Donohue) Baker

Badminton
(6 Listings)

Latest listing 05/24/2013

HATTON_George WEB PORTRAIT

Baseball
(46 Listings)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

Roy Henderson

Basketball
(29 Listings)

Latest listing 02/08/2016

Nancy (Clarke) Sharpe

Biathlon
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 05/09/2013

J. T. (Jack) Playford

Bowling
(9 Listings)

Latest listing 06/04/2014

J. E. (Jackie) Dugan

Boxing
(7 Listings)

Latest listing 05/24/2013

Gary (Diller) Dalliday

Broadcasting
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 05/24/2013

ROLLIE GLOVER WEB PORTRAIT

Builder
(74 Listings)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

KENNER_HRH_(Roy) WEB PORTRAIT

Builder/Administrator
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

JOHN STEPHENSON WEB PORTRAIT

Canoe Designer
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

Leslie Christopher Crowe

Canoeing
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 05/23/2013

Robert (Bobby) Young

Coach
(1 Listing)

Latest listing 05/24/2013

Paul S. B. Wilson

Cricket
(3 Listings)

Latest listing 02/18/2017

Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Curling
(6 Listings)

Latest listing 05/24/2013

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Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

William Ernest (Ernie) Wasson

Ernie Wasson of Warsaw began his lengthy hockey career in Peterborough in 1895.  He would be the goaltender on three provincial championship teams (1895, 1902 and 1906) and starred in lacrosse, soccer and cycling as well. In 1896, the “Great Bicycle Race” was the highlight of the summer cycling season.  Thirty top local riders started [...]

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Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Milton G. Walker

Milton Walker, born 1875 in Hope Township, was the proprietor of the Peterborough Bicycle Works and an expert bicycle machinist.  He was the best local cyclist of the 1890s   He won the Midland and Peterborough cycling championship four straight years (1894 to 1897); finished third in an 1897 trophy race in Quebec and won a [...]

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Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

P.J. Sullivan

P.J. Sullivan was a pioneer baseball player in Ashburnham.  He played in the first recorded game for the local nine called the “Pine Groves” when they played Cavanville at the Circus Grounds near Little Lake on September 9th , 1876. That game marked the first newspaper mention of an organized game of baseball in the [...]

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