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Varga’s on the verge
Under normal circumstances, it would be safe to say that Tyler Varga’s future is set. But after the roller-coaster ride he’s had during his college football career, nothing is a given.
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Hanging with the best of them
In 30 years since the first annual Court Heinbuch Classic in Kitchener and Waterloo, only one other local team has done what the St. Mary’s Eagles have done — make the finals.
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Trojans feeling the pressure
There is no doubting that the Forest Heights Trojans have a lot of pressure on them going into this season — but it’s a season full of unknowns.
Heinbuch Classic goes this weekend
Local WCSSAA boys basketball teams will have a chance to get a good look at the competition before the season — the first since 2011/2012 — starts.
Cameron Heights senior volleyball strong under new leadership
You could call it a coincidence, but the Cameron Heights Collegiate Institute senior boys volleyball team has found something in new head coach Frank Leung.
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From the bottom up
Football is a challenging sport to learn.
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OFSAA-bound Flames eager for Northern hospitality
Every year, regardless of whether it is boys or girls, you can usually find Bernie Burnett’s OFSAA-bound basketball teams tucked into a cozy cottage setting on the road.
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Matovic finds a silver lining
Like most local athletes in the public high school system, this year’s lack of extra-curricular activities has been a bummer for Vlad Matovic.
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Eagles sweep senior titles
With victory just a few points away, Sara Seiling looked like she had been here before.
Public school sports set to return
High school sports at Waterloo County public institutions are set to return.
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Forest Heights standout commits to Lakehead
Blair McNaughton is bolting to Thunder Bay.
WCSSAA holds off on winter sports schedules
The inevitable has happened. Waterloo Country secondary school athletics is on official timeout for the winter season.
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WCSSAA winter season in doubt
The future looked bright for the Huron Heights Huskies. Then they went out and beat one of the favourites for the WCSSAA senior boys basketball title.
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Schulz caps off special season with MVP award
Sarah Schulz found another reason to flash her 100-watt smile on Wednesday.
Gaels' McLellan headlines local all-stars
Cameron Heights standout Liz McLellan was named to the WSCSSAA senior girls basketball first all-star team, the association announced Thursday.
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Huskies capture first football title
The Kitchener Post team of the week is the Huron Heights Huskies senior boys football team.
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KCI snags coach special anniversary gift
Court time, clipboards and maybe a bouquet of flowers.
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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.
 
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