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From the Stands: Storm looks to Baltisberger to help fill void
With the loss of defencemen Matt Finn, Nick Ebert and Steven Trojanovic, returning veteran Phil Baltisberger will be expected to take on a leadership role with the Guelph Storm this season.
Fans welcome to watch Storm training camp
It was a short off-season for the Guelph Storm, who made it to the Memorial Cup championship game on May 25.
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Monday, September, 01, 2014 - 1:01:38 PM
Why the lack of concern about coyotes? "We either need to build a giant fence about the perimeter of Guelph or learn to co-exist. According to Coyote Watch Canada, an advocacy group that's done presentations in Guelph (I attended one): "Relocating (or killing) coyotes is not recommen"
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Guelph is not Toronto "Oh sure it sounds good, but no substance. Just like Rob Ford, claim anything, accomplish nothing. Surely we don't want that here in Guelph, do we? Karen on the other had is all substance."
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Guelph is not Toronto "let's put the taxpayer first...sounds good to me"
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Ahh, the cottage life is the good life
From the Stands column by Paul Osborne: Ahh, the cottage.
Ultimate nation title
Underdogs have their day as Crash scores national title
They come from many different walks of life.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Hastings is home for baseball pals
In lawn chairs, shielded from the sun by the gentle sway of maple trees at David E. Hastings Baseball Stadium at Exhibition Park, sit three best friends.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Gargoyles knock off Hawks
Jeff Borysiewicz (No. 13) of the Grand River Gargoyles passes the ball while getting tackled during Ontario Australian Football League action on Saturday at Margaret Greene Park.
Sports stuff: Sister act in British Columbia
Guelph’s Katherine Stamp is headed west and joining her sister on the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds swim team for the 2014-2015 season.
World rugby silver for former Gryphons
Former Guelph Gryphons women’s rugby players have earned silver medals with team Canada at the Women’s World Cup of Rugby in France.
National championship for Crash ultimate team
The Crash team has made some serious noise in Waterloo.
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'Dr. Baseball' says farewell
Guelph’s Hastings Stadium just will not be the same without him.
Former Gryphons seek World Cup win
Former Guelph Gryphons women’s rugby players are representing Canada in the finals of the Women’s World Cup of Rugby on Sunday.
Disabled track event set
People across all disability groups are invited to train and compete in track and field events on Monday Aug. 18 at the University of Guelph’s Alumni Stadium.
Redcoats rugby players get it done on big stages
Guelph Redcoats players have been competing – and achieving success – on big stages recently.
Ball player picked for nationals
Bruce Yari, who did double duty this season and played for both the Guelph Royals and Silvercreeks baseball teams, is off to the national junior baseball championship.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Batter up!
Matthew Kidd takes a big swing and fouls off a pitch during baseball play on Sunday morning at the Guelph Lake Sports Fields diamonds.
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Court queens hitting city this fall
Kia Nurse is currently on the Canadian senior women’s basketball team.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Easy does it
Jeff Mailloux of the Accurate Litho & Print team flicks the ball to first base to record an out during slo-pitch action on Sunday at Guelph Lake Sports Fields.
Soccer Royals bounce back
The Guelph Royals topped the Saltfleet Strikers 3-2 on Wednesday in Ontario Women’s Soccer League play.
 
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