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Déja déja vu: Phoenix top the podium again
The Resurrection Phoenix are becoming a dynasty on the field hockey pitch.
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Young Eagles ready to take wing
The expectations were modest. Their nerves were aplenty. And OFSAA, that wasn’t even on the radar.

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Former WCSSAA contenders playing catchup
The Forest Heights Trojans and Grand River Renegades are still Kings of the Court in Kitchener when it comes to WCSSAA senior boys volleyball.
Binkowski joins Gladiator card
Kitchener-raised heavyweight Art “Cinderella Man” Binkowski will make his comeback to the ring Saturday during the Return of the Gladiators professional boxing card at Bingemans.
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Rangers gameday: Here comes Movember
Blond hair, patchy growth and all, Ben Thomson is giving Movember another go.
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Flanagan, Phelan repeat at CWOSSA champs
Ben Flanagan and Jaimie Phelan led a St. Mary’s sweep of the senior boys and girls titles at the CWOSSA cross-country championships last week in Guelph.
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Bringing the beat back to Kitchener
As a pro, Julius “Caesar” Bunda has never experienced the buzz of fighting in front of his hometown.
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Stairs sisters reunited at U of T
If not for the age gap, the field hockey-playing Stairs sisters could be considered triplets.
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Ranger gameday: Hosts face powerful Attack
Good luck capturing the Midwest Division.
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Rangers roll to home-opening victory
Turns out the Kitchener Rangers just needed some home cooking.
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Golden Gaels a busy duo
Winning CWOSSA tennis titles — that’s fun for Kenzie Arnott, a welcome distraction from her busy schedule as a Grade 11 international baccalaureate student at Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute.
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Rangers gameday: High-flying Gennies in town
East Avenue is finally open for action.
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Rangers home at last for 50th opener
Opening night can’t come soon enough for Trevor Burrell.
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Hemmerich breaks through for OUA title
Chris Hemmerich has had his fair share of close calls.
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Brothers bolster Rebels backfield
There is some brotherly blood in the Eastwood Rebels backfield this season.
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Children's Games contingent honoured
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the local contingent of International Children’s Games competitors. Nine athletes and two coaches were recognized by Kitchener city council recently for their participation at the Games in Daegu, South Korea this summer.
KSA hosting Summit Series celebration
The Kitchener Sports Association is hosting a Team Canada 1972 Summit Series celebration and reunion on Tuesday at the Edelweiss Sports Banquet Hall in Kitchener.
Tri City boxing back in Kitchener
The 12th annual Tri City Boxing Championship returns to Kitchener on Oct. 19 at Elements Night Club.
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