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Waterloo Warrior Mens Varsity 2015-16 Hockey Schedule

Here it is.  This years schedule for Warrior Hockey. Head Coach Brian Bourque and his team head into this season with high expectations.  As in years past, this years on ice product as exciting as…
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SJAM’s Hodzic wins Moser MVP award

WATERLOO — Sir John A. Macdonald Highlanders head coach Steve Maloney calls his star player Mr. Double-Double and it has nothing to do with coffee. What we’re talking here is consistency, as in Nedim Hodzic’s…
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The KW Synchro Club – getting Girls in the Pool

Many people who see the graceful movements of synchronized swimming often mistake this for an easy sport. In truth, it is just the opposite – synchronized swimmers are some of the strongest and fittest athletes….
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Rangers Lose First Game of Playoffs 3-1 to the Knights

Darby Llewellyn scored the lone Kitchener Rangers goal in a 3-1 loss to the London Knights on Friday night. The Knights lead the best-of-seven Western Conference Quarterfinal series 1-0. The Knights opened the scoring seven…
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AA – Minor Midget – Kitchener Jr. Rangers Minor Midget AA’s win Alliance AA Championship

The Jr. Rangers capped off their incredible season defeating the London Jr. Knights in game 6 of the Alliance AA Championship series going undefeated (3-0-3) in the finals winning the series 9 points to 3. …
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KSA announces more donations

(l-r) KSA’s Chair of the Hockey Helps the Homeless Legacy Grant Program, John Thompson, Tesa Recaj and Christine Rier (House of Friendship), and Bill Pegg (President of the KSA). Bill presented Tesa and Christine with…
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KSA announces more donations

(l-r) KSA’s Chair of the Hockey Helps the Homeless Legacy Grant Program, John Thompson, Tesa Recaj and Christine Rier (House of Friendship), and Bill Pegg (President of the KSA). Bill presented Tesa and Christine with…
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Success starts from the “TOP” at ROW

  On December 7, John Fauteux stood behind the blocks of the Toronto Pan Am Sports Complex, ready to race the fastest 18-and-under swimmers in the world at the Ontario Junior International Meet. Fauteux was…
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Success starts from the “TOP” at ROW

  On December 7, John Fauteux stood behind the blocks of the Toronto Pan Am Sports Complex, ready to race the fastest 18-and-under swimmers in the world at the Ontario Junior International Meet. Fauteux was…
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