Travel football in Ontario is in for some drastic changes heading into next summer.
Bernie Puchalski, St. Catharines Standard
Bernie Puchalski has worked in newspapers in Niagara since 1989, starting at the Niagara Falls Review and with the St. Catharines Standard since 1998. He has been sports editor since 2002
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