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Sean Reilly of the Kitchener Panthers rests his bat on his shoulders as he gets intentionally walked during Intercounty Baseball League action against the Guelph Royals on Monday afternoon.
Sports Stuff: Goalie at Memorial Cup with Generals
A Guelph goaltender will look to have a rather divine hockey experience starting this week in Quebec City.
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Throw show
The District 10 track and field championships took place Wednesday and Thursday as athletes sought titles and berths into the Central Western Ontario Secondary Schools Association (CWOSSA) track and field championships.
From the Stands: Comparing Storm greats
A while back I shared my reasoning as to why I felt defenceman Drew Doughty was the best player to ever wear a Guelph Storm uniform.
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Goal!
Hayley Ferguson, left, is congratulated by St. James Lions teammate Louie Bieman after Ferguson opened the scoring in their District 10 girls soccer game against Centennial on Thursday afternoon.
From the Stands: It's a special time to be an OHL fan
There are many wonderful things about having an Ontario Hockey League team in your city.
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Great balls of Fire for hoops trio
They’re Fired up for the Ontario Cup.
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Third is the word
Tyler Stoltz of the Ontario Outlaws U15 baseball team sprints to third base during double header action against Stoney Creek on Sunday at Joe Kaine Park.
From the Stands: Tough Crummer a hit with fans
When you think of the most popular Guelph Storm players ever, the name Bob Crummer always surfaces.
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We have kickoff!
Tough high school rugby players probably didn’t mind the weather they got on opening day this week. It wasn’t all that pleasant for spectators though.
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Within reach
Devin Struyk of the Guelph CVI Green Gaels grabs the ball against an outstretched Erin Raiders arm during District 10 season-opening junior boys rugby action on Monday at the University of Guelph.
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Footy Friday
Paige Kane (left) of the John F. Ross Royals battles for the ball against Lauren Hinchliffe of the Bishop Macdonell Celtics during the University of Guelph women’s soccer high school girls preseason tournament on Friday.
Gryphon runner up for big honour
University of Guelph Gryphons runner Ross Proudfoot has been named a finalist for the prestigious Canadian Interuniversity Sport BLG Award.
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Headed to the hoop
Lucas Nini runs to the basket during warmups ahead of a basketball benefit game on Saturday afternoon at Our Lady of Lourdes high school.
From the Stands: Storm coach, GM will be back
Guelph Storm general manager Mike Kelly and head coach Bill Stewart will be back with the Storm again next season. Although details have not been officially confirmed by the team, it is thought that each signed a one-year deal.
Storm swept by the Soo
The final game was the closest, but just not close enough for the Guelph Storm.
From the Stands: Storm star sits in Game 3 loss
It was an angry and frustrated Robby Fabbri who walked in to face the media after being benched for two periods in the Storm’s 6-1 loss in Game 3 of their playoff series against Sault Ste. Marie.
Guelph pair picked in draft
A pair of Guelph players were drafted in Saturday’s OHL Priority Selection.
 
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