Dr. McPherson was a competitive athlete in football, hockey and lacrosse. After his playing career ended, he continued his involvement in local sports in executive capacities. Angus McPherson captained the 1901 Ontario Rugby Football Union championship team and was secretary-treasurer of the OHA Intermediate Championship team that same year. The year previous McPherson had served in the same capacity with the 1901 OHA Junior Championship team. He succeeded W.A. Buchanan as OHA Treasurer in 1903 and held that office until retiring after the 1907 season.
Integrity, dedication, unselfishness — all trade marks of Brian Condon who is recognized as one of the best fastball pitchers in Ontario and perhaps the best homegrown ever in Peterborough. His peers cite him as a shining example, an unselfish leader, organizer and diligent worker at every level from tots to adults. He was the […]More Info
Neil E. Wasson
Neil came from an athletic family and built a reputation as a hustling competitor in both softball and hockey. In hockey his first taste of championship play came in 1948 when the Lakefield Bantams went to the OMHA finals. His 1955 Peterborough Petes Jr. B team were Ontario semi-finalists and in 1956 Neil led the […]More Info
Bob (Chub) Delahey
Bob Delahey has made a unique contribution to hockey and lacrosse in Peterborough as a player, dedicated trainer, administrator, coach, referee and volunteer for more than 40 years. Born in Peterborough in 1935, Bob grew up playing lacrosse and hockey and as a trainer never lost his competitive edge. He was a trainer of the […]More Info