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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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Daley back in the win column
Denton Daley is back in the win column and he’s looking for more.
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Exchanging blows
It has been years since boxers from Spennymoor, England, visited Kitchener.
Varga doesn't get a sniff in NFL draft, but signs with Colts
Tyler Varga wasn’t taken in the NFL draft, as many had expected. But it wasn’t all bad news for the former Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute student.
North Dumfries prepares for influx of golfers as LPGA Classic approaches
There is still a bit of work left to be completed.
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Off to the races
It’s early to claim a favourite so far in WCSSAA soccer, but if all things align for the Cameron Heights Golden Gaels, it could be a golden year.
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Bujold has dead aim on TO2015
Mandy Bujold is dead-set on the Pan Am Games.
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Smith out, Hiebert renewed as Rangers shake up front office
There will be a new skipper at the helm of the Kitchener Rangers, come next season.
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The Daley grind
Syd “The Jewel” Vanderpool remembers it ever-so clearly. He had a 5-0 record, and all of those wins came from knockouts. He felt invincible.
Athlete of the year nominees announced; Kitchener well-represented
Nine individuals and one pair of athletes are up for the prestigious Athlete of the Year awards. The awards, presented by Civitan Sports, include athletes from across Waterloo Region.
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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.
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