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Big weekend ahead for Panthers
The Kitchener Panthers sure know how to entertain the kids.
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Kitchener Post team of the week
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the Waterloo Synchro club.

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Vindication for local qualifier Dynka
It was kind of a big deal for Sandra Dynka.
Faksa inks NHL entry-level deal
Radek Faksa signed an entry-level deal with the Dallas Stars on Friday, days after the club inked legendary fellow Czech Jaromir Jagr to a free-agent deal and traded for former Kitchener Ranger Derek Roy.
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Dynka excited for homecourt advantage
The long collegiate tennis season has Sandra Dynka looking forward to some time off.
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World class experience for Kitchener trio
Success has come fast and furious for Chris Green.
Panthers rake Leafs with big third inning
The Kitchener Panthers raked the host Toronto Maple Leafs for 11 runs in a decisive third inning outburst Wednesday for a 16-8 Intercounty Baseball League win at Christie Pits in Toronto.
Braves season comes to an end
The Kitchener-Waterloo Braves saw their Ontario Lacrosse Association season come to an end on Wednesday in Peterborough.
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Post team of the week for July 6
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the under-12 Kitchener Spirit girls. The team was a finalist at the Ancaster Heritage Soccer Days tournament on June 10.
D8 hands out inaugural academic awards
Resurrection and St. David Catholic Secondary School Catholic secondary schools and St. Mary’s High School led the way in inaugural District 8 Athletic Association academic all-star recipients.
Panthers inch closer to .500
The Kitchener Panthers downed the Barrie Baycats for the second time in a week with a 8-7 Canada Day win at Jack Couch Park in Intercounty Baseball League play.
Outlaws edged in NFC title rematch
A single point separated the Tri-City Outlaws from the Ottawa Invaders once again.
Another lead slips away on Panthers
The Kitchener Panthers watched another lead slip away late as the Brantford Red Sox scored five runs in the sixth and seventh innings for an 8-5 victory Thursday night at Jack Couch Park.
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Outlaws ready for championship rematch
Brian Adams sees plenty of parallels between his Tri-City Outlaws and their invading rivals from Ottawa.
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Braves back in the playoffs
There will be no scratching and clawing until the final game.
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Rangers land Petes' captain
The time is now for Steve Spott. With the Kitchener Rangers about to celebrate a major milestone and with players top-tier players on the verge of reaching the professional ranks, the team’s head coach and general manager signaled it’s time to give his roster an added injection of veteran talent.
Baycats rally past Panthers
The Barrie Baycats rallied for four runs in the eighth inning Tuesday night to down the visiting Kitchener Panthers 7-4 in Intercounty Baseball League action.
Steckle, Adams commit to McMaster
A pair of Kitchener athletes is taking their volleyball talents to Hamilton.
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