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Cherrey Minor Bantams grab 4-2 series lead
Blank Jr. Rangers 2-0 at Dufferin Arena Tuesday
Ironmen into championship round of Western Jr. C playoffs
Wingham and Walkerton are once again vying for the Western Jr. C championship.
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New OPP billing model brings savings to county "Wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. Then you will see how much Wellington County will actually save with the OPP's new billing model. Moreover, th"
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81’s jump out to 2-0 series lead over Rocks
ELORA – Two high-scoring offences were on display over the weekend during the WOAA Senior ‘AA’ semifinals, but the Mapleton-Minto 81’s were able to come away with a pair of wins over the Elora Rocks and take a 2-0 series lead.
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Cyclones hold off Dutchmen for Game 4 win
LISTOWEL – With their backs against the wall Tuesday night, the Listowel Cyclones live to fight another day in their Midwestern Conference quarter-final series with the Kitchener Dutchmen.
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Local athlete fences, swims and rides to World Cup bronze
MOUNT CARMEL — The bronze medal won by pentathlete Melanie McCann, whose hometown is Mount Carmel, is the first time a Canadian has won a medal of any colour in the history of the sport at the World Cup in Sarasota, Florida, which ran from Feb. 17-24.
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Exeter/Seaforth U19 take two wins on weekend
SEAFORTH — The Exeter/Seaforth U19A Provincial Ringette team hosted two games in Seaforth Feb. 28. The play started with a 5-4 win over Elora/Fergus U19A in Western Ontario League play and, after a four hour break, played Cambridge U19AA resulting in a 4-1 win in exhibition.
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Kings move on in playoffs after four-game sweep
The Elmira Sugar Kings secured their quarter-final series win against the Brampton Bombers on Tuesday, March 3 in Brampton as they defeated the team 5-3, winning their fourth straight game in the seven-game series.
Cherrey Minor Bantams split first two games of series
Major Atoms win pair of nail-biters against Kitchener
Kinsmen Intermediate Aces strike gold
Go perfect 5-0 at recent Oakville Hornets tournament
Trevor Sauder top defensive forward again
Cullitons’ veterans expect close, low-scoring series with Winter Hawks
Kinsmen Intermediates remain in first place
Another shutout win for Stratford Aces team Sunday
Atom Aces earn berth in West Division finals
Defeat Owen Sound Ice Hawks 3-2 in OT
Exciting weekend for U-8 Snipers
Ringette team posts road wins over St. Thomas and Dorchester
U-10 Cement Snipers give Lynx a good battle
Sunday in London
Thorup, Junior girls capture WOSSAA 'A' title
Dethrone London school three game to one in Friday’s volleyball final at DCVI
Masters goalie-of-the-month in Western Conference
Nationals have surprising 3-0 series lead on second-place Chatham Maroons
DCVI Senior girls capture bronze medals
At WOSSAA 'A' volleyball tournament last Friday at DCVI
Wiffen finishes second in OJHL scoring race
St. Marys native fires 53 goals in his final season of Junior hockey with Golden Hawks
 
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