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Murray picks Kentucky
In a highly publicized announcement, Kitchener native Jamal Murray announced last week he will attend the University of Kentucky for the 2015-2016 season.
Jamieson excited to show Canadian might at games
Two years ago, Sean Jamieson had a chance to represent Canada in the qualifier for the World Baseball Classic, but this time it’s even bigger.
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Kitchener’s Stairs, Waterloo’s Woodcroft named to Pan Am squad
Kitchener’s Brienne Stairs and Waterloo’s Amanda Woodcroft have been named to Canada’s national team for field hockey.
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Playing keepaway
It’s a dark, crude indoor soccer arena, but for Ricky Gomes, it’s a vivid reminder of his youth.
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Taking on the world
It just came in the mail last week — the final bit of Team Canada swag for para swimmer Alec Elliot.
Everyone wins during Pan Am relay
I was warned — it goes much, much too fast. Last Thursday, I had the honour of being one of 3,000 torch bearers for the Pan Am relay as a part of the Waterloo leg of the event.
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Mandy makes it
Technically, Mandy Bujold didn’t even have to throw a punch to make it to the Pan Am Games.
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The Catamount kid
Most Grade 9 students are more concerned about where the next party is, rather than where they will pursue their post-secondary education.
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Pan Am celebration scheduled for June 18
The Pan Am torch is making its way through Kitchener and Waterloo — and you’re invited to celebrate the historical moment.
Panthers back in the win column
The Kitchener Panthers continued their winning ways during an unusually busy part of the schedule last week.
KMBA hosts baseball day next week
In an effort to raise awareness for the sport of baseball in Kitchener, the Kitchener Minor Baseball Association will host a “Baseball Day in Kitchener” event on June 20 at Breithaupt Park.
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Rens to regroup
The Grand River Renegades already had their win. The CWOSSA championship would have just been the cherry on top.
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Hot shot trot
Kitchener Panthers slugger Scott David rounds the bases past Burlington Cardinals pitcher Brandon Hillier during the Panthers’ home opener at Jack Couch Park last Thursday. The Panthers lost the game 8-7, their first loss of the season. The Panthers return to Jack Couch on Thursday to play against the London Majors at 7:30 p.m.
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Team of the Week
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the KW Vipers midget boys basketball team. The Vipers won silver at the 94-team provincial basketball championships this past weekend in London. The Vipers were seeded No. 4 in Division 1 and won three straight pool games to advance to the finals. They defeated No. 8 Toronto Fire 44-39 in double overtime, No. 5 Blessed Sacrament of Hamilton 66-59 in overtime, and the No. 1 Waterloo Wildhawks 64-5. In the finals, the Vipers lost a hard-fought game 41-38 to Brantford.
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Panthers back in the den
On paper, the Panthers look good. But for manager Dave te Boekhorst, it’s not quite good enough.
Poje, Weaver take Athlete of the Year award
For the second time in their ice dancing careers, Andrew Poje and Kaitlyn Weaver have been named recipients of the Civitan Athlete of the Year award.
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Renegades storm on
It’s almost automatic now. The Grand River Renegades girls soccer team is headed to the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics Association finals.
On the hunt for treasure
The Kitchener-Waterloo Gymnastics Club is one of the longest serving in Canada and it just keeps on trucking.
 
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