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From the Stands: Storm escapes with crucial win
It wasn’t a do or die scenario but had the Guelph Storm not won Game 2 of their Ontario Hockey League Western Conference quarterfinal game against the Owen Sound Attack, the road back would have been mighty steep.
Runners take top awards
A pair of runners earned Athlete of the Year honours for the University of Guelph Gryphons 2014-2015 sports season.
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Hoop stars tip off
District 10 all-stars will face all-stars from the Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge areas tonight (Tuesday) at the University of Guelph.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Target practice
Nancy Taylor throws a dart at the board while warming up for the Merv Tilbury Memorial Dart Tournament at Louie's on Lewis lounge and hall on Saturday afternoon.
From the Stands: Storm, Attack a contrast in styles
It will be the skill and speed of the Guelph Storm against the grinding, defensive style of the Owen Sound Attack in the Ontario Hockey League’s Western Conference quarter-final that begins Friday night at the Sleeman Centre.
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Preds ready for national stage
If experience and familiarity travelled in suitcases, the Guelph Predators U19AA ringette team would likely go over their checked baggage weight limit on their flight to the national championships.
Four new inductees welcomed to Hall
The Guelph Sports Hall of Fame will induct four new members at a ceremony in the spring.
National golds for Guelph grapplers
Guelph Wrestling Club members struck gold at the national senior wrestling championships in St. Catharines on the weekend.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Football star a quick study on the mat
If a movie was to be made about Job Reinhart’s rapid rise to wrestling success, it would most likely fall in the category of short films.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
Stars shine
Rachelle Clayton of the Guelph CVI Green Gaels bumps the ball during a District 10 senior girls volleyball all-star game at John F. Ross CVI.
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This third is a first
A pair of Guelph players have helped make sporting history at a Breslau high school.
From the Stands: Captain, Storm fighting for home ice
The leadership skills of talented Guelph Storm captain Jason Dickinson will need to shine from here on in.
CIS Hockey: Men's Gryphons earn bronze, women fifth
The University of Guelph Gryphons earned the bronze medal at the national (CIS) men’s hockey championships in Halifax.
CIS hockey: Men shoot for third, women for fifth
The University of Guelph Gryphons hopes for a gold medal at the CIS men's hockey championships were dashed on Saturday afternoon.
CIS hockey: Men into semifinals, women lose heartbreaker
The University of Guelph Gryphons have reached the semifinals of the CIS men's hockey championships.
Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac
A first and a last for Gryphons captain
Captain Katie Mora is relishing last call at the ol’ Gryphons saloon.
Head coach a super fan
The University of Guelph women's hockey Gryphons have made their run to the CIS championships with head coach Rachel Flanagan off on maternity leave.
Gryphs go national
One is looking to be the best out west and the other is shooting to be the beast of the east.
 
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