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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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A timeout from tech "[...] media was very interested in covering this event. We were featured in The Record, CTV news, the Kitchener Post and the Canadian Mennonite. We also had a number of radio stations request interviews, including a [...]"
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Clearing snow needs a happy medium "[...] On Tuesday of last week, The Record published a column by Professor Alejandro López-Ortiz calling on our cities to plow sidewalks like they do roads. This week, Kitchener Post columnist James Bow also called on Kitchener to investigate offer"
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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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Rangers gameday: Look forward to Fronts, Aud debut
They've gone north and west, now it's out east again.
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Strongman survives with bruised arm, ego
Craig Bongelli is counting his blessings after dodging another life-altering accident. But the local strongman has no plans to give up his favourite sport.
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Bongelli back in the saddle
Craig Bongelli’s first year as a professional strongman has not been what he had envisioned.
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Fitzgerald finds Mutual respect for father's passion
Before the Sun Life tower was staking its claim on the Kitchener-Waterloo skyline, lawn bowling was sowing its first seeds of inspiration with Darryl Fitzgerald.
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Rangers gameday preview: First-place 'Hounds loom large
The Rangers hit the road for the third and penultimate time this weekend before the grand reopening of an expanded Kitchener Memorial Auditorium on Oct. 19.
Rangers part of local anti-doping pilot
Some of the biggest names in local athletics are teaming up to launch a three-pronged attack on doping in sports.
Pair of Kitchenerite drafted by NLL clubs
On the same week Kitchener’s Steve Dietrich was inducted into the National Lacrosse League hall of fame, a pair of fellow Kitchener natives saw the door open to their potential professional careers.
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Local lands tryout with Lakers’ D-league team
Imad Qahwash grew up idolizing Nick “The Quick” Van Exel and Kobe Bryant.
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KW crowned Ontario’s curling capital of 2013
Three high-level curling events are coming to the twin cities in 2013.
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