On his way to home plate, Jonathan Brouse of the Kitchener Panthers slips through the clutches of catcher Tyler Plumpton of the Barrie Baycats during IBL action at Coates Stadium in this file photo. Mark Wanzel/FILE PHOTO

Baycats champs again

The Barrie Baycats won their second-consecutive IBL title Tuesday, defeating the Kitchener Panthers in five games.

Veteran goalie Gordie Weiss keeps his attention focused on the puck — not the battle in his crease — during the Orillia Terriers’ pre-season game against Midland Sunday night at Rotary Place. Weiss stopped 19 of 20 shots he faced, but the Terriers lost 4-0. DAVE DAWSON/POSTMEDIA NETWORK

Terriers split games

The Orillia Terriers split a pair of pre-season games on the weekend as they continue to prepare for the 2015-16 Junior 'C' season.

Next step in waste plan

The process to determine where the county's proposed organics processing and materials management facilities will be located was recently approved by

Delighted owner Jessica Mahon reunited with Ovi the cat, missing for 2 years - thanks to information provided by a microchip, at the Alcona Animal Hospital in Innisfil. SUBMITTED

The cat came back

INNISFIL - Ovi the cat is back with his owners, two years after he went missing – and it's all thanks to a microchip.

Chairman of the Barrie Terry Fox Run, Patrick Scott, is hoping residents will help fulfil Fox's Marathon of Hope wish 35 years later by each donating $1 to raise $145,000 on Sept. 20. CHERYL BROWNE /BARRIE EXAMINER

Terry's legacy lives on

One of Patrick Scott's earliest memories of Terry Fox was film footage of the Canadian icon practising for the Prince George marathon in 1979.