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Gryphon Crazies: It’s their big chants!

It was well before his time, but Dimitri Rakas is well aware that the Guelph Gryphons men’s basketball team played in front of huge, loud and proud crowds back in the day.

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Front-runners on fire

It’s been a couple of weeks since any of the top three teams in District 10 senior girls volleyball has tasted defeat in league play.

Guelph Storm: Tough sledding ahead

The Guelph Storm close the pre-Christmas portion of their Ontario Hockey League schedule playing three games in three days – all against the three teams ahead of them in the Western Conference standings.

Hurricanes split pair, wrap up 2014 Saturday

The Guelph Hurricanes had a shootout win and a regulation-time loss on the weekend in Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League play.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters the winner in winter run

Compared to last year’s inaugural Big Little Run, runners and walkers were treated to warm temperatures this past Saturday at the second annual winter event.

From the Stands: With players away for world juniors, new guys in charge

With Jason Dickinson and Robby Fabbri away with the Team Canada juniors it is time for the likes of newly acquired Luke Cairns and Chris Marchese to step up and take the lead on the Guelph Storm.

Lions stand alone in first

The St. James Lions are alone atop the District 10 senior boys basketball standings after beating Bishop Macdonell 59-52 in a battle of two 5-0 teams.

Swimmer sets record

Swimmer Alicia Denoon has set a new national race record at the Can-Am Para-Swimming Championships in Edmonton.

Synchro Christmas show Saturday

The Guelph Synchronized Swim Club is hosting its annual Christmas Water Show on Saturday Dec. 20.

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Gael-force wins!

A District 10 junior high school sports championship win often takes a back seat to the senior version.

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