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Living up to the hoop hype
Jamal Murray might as well just add the suffix MVP to his name.
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Team of the Week
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the Kitchener Lady Rangers Bantam A team. The Lady Rangers continued their streak, winning six straight games this past weekend to capture gold at the 2015 OWHA Provincial Championships.
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After the final whistle
Adam Bignell didn’t want to leave. The game was over and the Belleville Bulls were eliminated from the playoffs, but he stayed at the Yardmen Arena, swapping stories and signing autographs for fans well after the final whistle.
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Rangers get Knighted
A few “bad bounces” lead to the demise of the Kitchener Rangers in Game 3 of the opening playoff series against the London Knights, according to Rangers head coach Troy Smith.
Dutchmen's Fidlin swaps cities
Matt Fidlin, the now-former assistant general manager for the Kitchener Dutchmen, will be leaving the team.
Rez's Caza named volleyball co-MVP
Both Kristine Boileau of ES Père-René-de-Galinée and Kelsey Caza of Resurrection CSS were named co-most valuable players for District 8 girls volleyball.
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Building a field of their own
The Kitchener Minor Baseball Association was forced to think outside the box — or the diamond — for a space to practice.
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Team of the Week
The Kitchener Post team of the week is the U16A Kitchener Wildcats ringette team.
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Sportscreen inventors get their deal in the Dragon's Den
It was taped last year, but they can finally go public with it — the inventors of the Sportscreen have struck a deal with a dragon.
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Boxer Daley headed back in the ring in May
Coming off his world cruiserweight title fight in November, Denton Daley will make his return to the ring in Mississauga on May 9.
Fundraiser set up for Divo
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Rocking the house
If there’s anything Kerilynn Mathers knows like the back of her hand, it’s the back of her broom.
Hemmerich signs on with pro firm
Chris Hemmerich, a former Canadian National Amateur Team standout, has signed on with Higher Ground Sports Management Inc., an athlete representation and sports marketing agency based in Mississauga, last week.
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From beyond the grave
There is a new name on the CWOSSA championship plaque.
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Eagles downed by SJAM at CWOSSA finals
The St. Mary’s Eagles senior boys basketball team still has a chance to win OFSAA, but they won’t have their name on the Central Western Ontario plaque again this year.
Cyclones fight back against Dutchies
It seemed like it would be an easy four-game sweep for the Kitchener Dutchmen.
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Trojan triumph
The timing of the Forest Heights Trojans is impeccable.
 
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