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Judo coach holding tough
Producing national champions is nothing new to Bob Zettl.
Rangers open camp next week
It’s a different sort of pre-season for the Kitchener Rangers.

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Renegades power Preds to title
From worst to first, longtime football teammates Conner Mackay and Nate Walker are going their separate ways this fall as champs.
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No pressure kid
Welcome to the team. Oh, and no pressure, kid.
Hemmerich ties for second
Kitchener’s Chris Hemmerich finished in a tie for second last week at the Canadian Men’s Amateur Championship in Cumberland, Ont.
Panthers on the brink
The Kitchener Panthers were on the brink of defeat in the Intercounty Baseball League semifinals Thursday night at Jack Couch Park.
County boys move on to rugby final
The under-16 Waterloo County boys completed the Niagara Rugby Union gold division regular season recently, placing second with a 5-2 record.
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Whip ready to crack into action
Fitz “The Whip” Vanderpool was ready to fight anyone, anywhere and at any time when he reversed his retirement earlier this year.
Panthers' Game 3 postponed until Wednesday — updated
The Kitchener Panthers host the Brantford Red Sox tonight — that is unless soggy conditions force another postponement in the Intercounty Baseball League semifinal series.
Panthers playoff game postponed again
A blast of soggy weather is playing havoc with the Kitchener Panthers’ home playoff schedule.
Locals clean up at track nationals
Waterloo Region athletes cleaned up on the track late last month during the Canadian junior track and field championships in Winnipeg.
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CJFL Preds back on the prowl
Jake Marken is eager for the start of his second Canadian Junior Football League season.
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Hudyn overwhelmed by national team nod
Overwhelmed by emotion but excited at the opportunity, Michelle Hudyn is getting a chance to follow in the footsteps of Kitchener’s lone 2012 Summer Olympic athlete.
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IBL Panthers back in second round
It’s unfamiliar territory for the Kitchener Panthers.
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Girls just want to have fun
Grass skirts, spirited sing-a-longs and rowdy Red Barn hotel parties. Even in their 60s, 70s and 80s, the lawn bowling enthusiasts of the Ladies Three-Day Tournament know how to have some fun.
Defending NFC champs ready for playoff push
The Tri-City Outlaws have busted free.
Former Olympian joins Waterloo Region synchro
Jin Na, a former Chinese Olympian, has been added to the coaching roster at Waterloo Regional Synchronized Swimming Club in Elmira.
Panthers close to upset
The Kitchener Panthers had a chance to eliminate the second-place London Majors on Aug. 2 at Jack Couch Park in the Intercounty Baseball League playoffs.
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