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Maggie (Deas/Mamuza) Roys

Maggie (Deas/Mamuza) Roys

Growing up in Hamilton, Maggie was a champion in many sports – volleyball, bowling, tennis, softball, diving and swimming. She competed at the 1956 Olympic swimming trials, losing out to her teammate. Basketball was the sport where she made her mark as an elite player. She won numerous Ontario titles and appeared in six national […]

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Doug Miller

Doug Miller

Born in Peterborough in 1927, Doug played lacrosse, hockey, boxing and bowling. He played minor, Intermediate and Senior B lacrosse in Peterborough and in 1949 played for the Toledo Ohio Seltzers and with the Windsor Webster Motors in 1951 in the Canadian-American Lacrosse League. He coached the Peterborough Juvenile B Lacrosse team to a Provincial […]

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Maurice H. (Lefty) Reid

Maurice H. (Lefty) Reid

The legacy of Maurice “Lefty” Reid spans a broad spectrum from bowling, basketball and softball to Hall of Fame curator. He was the City of Peterborough bowling champion in the late 1950′s at Duffus, Playfair and Lakeview lanes and holds the City high triple score of 1143. In 1959 he bowled seven 900 triples and […]

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Peter J. (Jim) Conlin

Peter J. (Jim) Conlin

The late Jim Conlin was a good athlete whose dedication to sport went far beyond the playing field. He played softball, hockey and football, and was a superb bowler. He spent 38 years as a player, coach and executive of the city’s Men’s Softball Association; in 1982 he was made a Life Member and was […]

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J. T. (Jack) Playford

J. T. (Jack) Playford

Jack Playford was born in Peterborough in 1911. He was an outstanding athlete who shone particularly in softball and five-pin bowling. His first venture into City League softball was at age 14 and he starred for many seasons with the old Sugar Bowl teams which won numerous City League titles, once adding the Eastern Ontario […]

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R. G. (Bobby) Crowe

R. G. (Bobby) Crowe

R. G. (Bobby) Crowe retired as a ballplayer at age 37 but his enthusiasm, commitment and contribution to sport is reflected in successful achievements as an athlete and coach. Bobby involved himself in all aspects of the game of softball, and at all competitive levels, over a span of more than 40 years. From 1941 […]

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Joan (Dunk) Smith

Joan (Dunk) Smith

Pick a sport, any sport, and Joan (Dunk) Smith has either played it or knows something about it. She is the prototype all-round athlete. Joan has played (and well) basketball, bowling, hockey, badminton, tennis, curling, softball, golf, swimming, track and field, ice and roller skating, and other sports. She even played on an all-girl lacrosse […]

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Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Isabel (Bullock) Henderson

Isabel Henderson was a gifted athlete who excelled in many sports - softball, basketball, golf, curling, skiing and bowling.  Her talent and tenacity made her a quality player in all of them.  During the 1940s when softball was popular among women, Isabel was one of the best pitchers in Ontario, first with Westclox Ladies, then playing at […]

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Diana L. Drury

Diana L. Drury

Born in 1961, Diana excelled as a local Peterborough athlete. At age 9, she bowled a record-high 346 game. She played with the Lakefield Kingdon Lumber Ladies Fastball Team from the age of 13, winning two Provincial Championships. She was Peterborough Junior Female Athlete of the Year in 1977. Diana was elected to the Kenner […]

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