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Scilley,ClaudeClaude Scilley is a journalist who spent most of his career in the sports department of the Kingston Whig-Standard, where he  began covering high school and intercollegiate sports in 1972.

A leading authority on all levels of sport in the Kingston area over the last four decades, Claude has been recognized for his work by the Ice Skating Association of Ontario, the Ontario Lacrosse Association, Ontario University Athletics and Queen’s University. In 2008 he received the K.J. Strachan Award for editorial writing from the Ontario Newspaper Association.

A graduate of Loyalist Collegiate in Kingston and Queen’s University (Commerce ’78) Claude serves as treasurer of the Kingston Kings junior lacrosse club.

Claude is now writing independently at https://cscilley.wordpress.com

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5 Comments
  1. Great to see Claude here – a great supporter of Queen’s and Kingston sports, and truly deserving of this paltform!

  2. Hey Chuck … so glad to see you writing here. You’re on of the best!

  3. Wayne Lewis permalink

    Keep it going Claude. Don’t forget to give us your views on some of the Greater Kingston Senior Soccer Association’s games in the adult league. All a part of covering local sports. It would be appreciated.

  4. J. Metcalfe permalink

    Dude, Mac last OUA loss was to Western in Week 2 of 2011 season after which Mr. Quinlan got into his tiff that led to his 3 game suspension!! Keep writing, I will read!!

    Ed Note: My mistake!

  5. Great site! Will definitely help spread the word that it is available! Keep up the great work.

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