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Scoring & schooling
Givani Smith scored his first and second ever Ontario Hockey League goals on the weekend.
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Thrills and skills
Tyler Clarkson flings the ball forward during a basketball skills competition on Saturday at Our Lady of Lourdes high school.
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Sports Stuff: Kohler lifted the Vanier Cup
A Guelph Gryphons Vanier Cup champion has passed away.
Ringette tourney celebrates its 35th
The Guelph Ringette Association is celebrating its 35th anniversary tournament this weekend.
Shoot for the Cure game
The Guelph Gryphons women’s basketball team hosts Brock on Saturday for a game that is part of the Shoot for the Cure fundraising campaign.
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Three in the key
Guelph Special Olympics basketball player Jeremy Fyfe (with ball) battles three Mississauga defenders in the key during hoops action on Sunday at Our Lady of Lourdes high school.
From the Stands: Injury-riddled Storm forge ahead
I have never seen a Guelph Storm team as riddled with injuries as this year’s edition.
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Full-time football for Fitzy winner
This gridiron man is an ironman.
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Hat trick of golds for locals
Guelph wrestlers earned three senior gold medals at the Guelph Open championships on Saturday.
Storm weekend a red-hot ticket
It looks like the Sleeman Centre will be the place to be this weekend as two of the Canadian Hockey League’s top 10 teams, one of them featuring phenom Connor McDavid, visit the Guelph Storm.
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Fun for all!
It’s not often players on opposing teams share a smile after a point is scored, but such was the nature of an event Saturday at the University of Guelph’s Gryphon Fieldhouse.
From the Stands: Storm comfortable with coaching
The Guelph Storm will push to the end of the season without Scott Walker as their head coach and in a strange sort of way his sudden resignation wasn’t completely unexpected.
Canes roar back
The Guelph Hurricanes erased a 4-1 second-period deficit on their way to beating Brampton 7-5 on Saturday at home.
Hoops Gryphons winless in nation's capital
The Guelph Gryphons men’s basketball team gave up 100-plus points twice on the weekend in road losses against the nation’s top two teams.
Top football award earned by Crusader
For the second straight year, an Our Lady of Lourdes Crusader has earned the top award in District 10 football.
Bonspiel under way
The 82nd annual Tarlton-Robertson Memorial Masters Bonspiel wraps up today at the Guelph Curling Club.
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Pair making waves
Joëlle Zavitz and Sabrina Barnes have their eyes on the synchro prize.
Gryphon named to Team Canada
Erin Houle of the Guelph Gryphons field hockey team has been named to Team Canada for the Field Hockey Indoor World Cup next month in Germany.
 
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