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Senior champs win big
The Bishop Macdonell Celtics, the defending District 10 senior boys basketball champions, opened their 2014-2015 season with a comfortable 34-point victory.
Sports Stuff: Making waves on rugby pitch
Local female rugby players have earned big honours for their play on their respective post-high school teams.
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Hoops all-stars named
A Guelph CVI guard has been named District 10 senior girls basketball MVP for the 2014 season while an Our Lady of Lourdes guard has earned the junior award.
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Top seed knocked off
Top-seeded Pickering high school was beaten by 26 points in the finals of the OFSAA AAAA girls basketball championship Saturday in Guelph.
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Junior Gryphons go for seconds
Four Guelph junior Gryphons hockey teams came away with second-place finishes at the 43rd annual Guelph Minor Hockey Association Powerplay Tournament on the weekend.
Dream run ends for Crusaders
The Our Lady of Lourdes Crusaders football team’s impressive run has come to an end.
From the Stands: Corner turned in Storm land?
Was Sunday’s 3-0 win over the Kitchener Rangers a turning point for the Guelph Storm?
Basketball Gryphons roar back to top Gaels
The Guelph Gryphons turned a 17-point halftime deficit into a seven-point victory over the Queen’s Gaels at home Friday night in OUA men’s basketball play.
Celtics go 2-2 at OFSAA
The Bishop Macdonell Celtics reached the consolation semifinals of the AA OFSAA girls basketball championships Saturday in Kingsville before losing by four points.
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Hockey town!
The skate laces are being tightened as the Guelph Minor Hockey Association’s 43rd Powerplay Tournament takes place this weekend.
Rouge in overtime puts Lourdes in final
A rouge in overtime in cold, windy and snowy conditions has lifted the Our Lady of Lourdes Crusaders into the CWOSSA football championship game.
Provincials tip off
The provincial (OFSAA) AAAA girls basketball championships tip off today in Guelph.
Veteran jerseys fetch big bucks
The Guelph Storm’s special “Veterans” jerseys worn for their Nov. 9 game versus London have brought in a total of more than $14,500 via online auction.
Celtics seeded seventh
The Bishop Macdonell Celtics are seeded No. 7 at the 18-team provincial (OFSAA) AA girls basketball championships taking place this week in Kingsville.
From the Stands: Trade season is on the way
With Windsor’s trading of first round NHL pick Josh Ho-Sang to the Niagara IceDogs last week it would seem to signal the beginning of the trading season in the Ontario Hockey League.
Yates Cup drought continues
The University of Guelph Gryphons hopes of winning the Yates Cup fell short on Saturday in Hamilton.
Basketball Gryphs win home openers
Both the University of Guelph Gryphons men’s and women’s basketball teams won their home openers Saturday versus winless Algoma.
Schedule all set for OFSAA hoops
The 2014 AAAA OFSAA girls basketball championships in town this week won’t have any Guelph schools competing.
 
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