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Fight night for mentor
Some of his younger students might say the change they see in their coach is Justin credible.
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Say what?
Isaac Poirier (bottom) of the Bishop Macdonell Celtics shows his frustration after being called for a foul as a Centennial Spartans player he collided with remains momentarily on the turf (top left) during District 10 senior boys soccer semifinal play Tuesday at the U of G.
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National soccer event to head here
The University of Guelph has been named host of the 2016 men’s university national soccer championship.
Rangers topple Storm
After going a perfect 8-0 against their Highway 7 rivals last season, the Guelph Storm are 0-2 against the Kitchener Rangers so far this season.
Footy finals rematch set
The Centennial Spartans face the John F. Ross CVI Royals today in a rematch of last year’s District 10 senior boys soccer final.
CWOSSA races run here today
The Central Western Ontario Secondary Schools Association (CWOSSA) cross-country championships take place today (Thursday) at the University of Guelph Arboretum.
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On the watch
Hasib Niazi is framed by colourful leaves as he documents the District 10 football game between the John F. Ross Royals and the Our Lady of Lourdes Crusaders on Friday.
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Bumped up
Kyle Lortie, left, of the Guelph CVI Green Gaels gets to a hard serve as teammate Ethan Dolderman looks on during the 2014 GCVI Gaels Junior Boys Volleyball Tournament on Friday at GCVI.
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Royal city connection for K.C. Royal
The World Series starts tonight and one of the participating teams, the Kansas City Royals, has a local connection.
From the Stands: Younger Carroll stepping in for Storm
It is not unusual to see a Guelph Storm player with “Carroll” on the back of his sweater.
Late kick lifts football Gryphons
A 41-yard field goal by Daniel Ferraro with 1.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter lifted the Guelph Gryphons to a 49-46 win over Western on Saturday at home.
Soccer Gryphons seek revenge
The Guelph Gryphons host Wilfrid Laurier Wednesday in a first-round OUA men’s soccer playoff game.
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Crusaders cruise
The scoreboard doesn’t paint a pretty picture for the Bishop Macdonell Celtics as Celtic ball carrier Graham Brodie (right) takes on the Our Lady of Lourdes defence during District 10 football play Friday at Lourdes with the hosts leading 38-7 in the first half.  
Sports Stuff: Local lad's first OHL goal comes vs. Storm
On Thanksgiving Monday, Connor Bunnaman helped knock the stuffing out of his hometown Guelph Storm and their four-game winning streak.
High five for football Gryphons
The University of Guelph football Gryphons are riding a five-game win streak after a 44-24 victory over Carleton on Friday night at Alumni Stadium in Guelph.
Rugby Gryphons paste Laurier in playoff match
The Guelph Gryphons women’s rugby team hit triple digits in points on their way to a 102-0 win over Wilfrid Laurier Friday in OUA quarterfinal play.
From the Stands: Storm star talks Blues
Guelph Storm fans are hoping to see Robby Fabbri return to the line-up Friday night when they host the Niagara IceDogs.
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Top two teams downed
The top two teams in District 10 senior girls basketball likely headed into the long weekend with some long faces.
 
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