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Digital athletics comes to St. Clair

Digital athletics comes to St. Clair

🕔10:53, 7.Apr 2017

  By Ryan Blevins      St. Clair College is bringing Canada’s first varsity eSports team to Windsor next fall.    In an unprecedented move, the St. Clair College Student Athletic Association has announced the addition of their 15th varsity

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Scoring an advantage

Scoring an advantage

🕔12:42, 31.Mar 2017

     By Garrett Fodor    Canada’s women’s national hockey team is hoping practicing against men will prepare them for their upcoming tournament.    Before the team travels to Plymouth for the 2017 edition of the IIHF Women’s World Championship,

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Lancers overcoming odds

Lancers overcoming odds

🕔11:53, 24.Mar 2017

  By Garrett Fodor   The University of Windsor men’s hockey team is proving the benefits of staying the course.    The Windsor Lancers were eliminated last season in the first round of the OUA playoffs after having a mediocre .500 season.

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Measuring up to success

Measuring up to success

🕔11:21, 24.Mar 2017

By Garrett Fodor    The sport of hockey is evolving, yet there is still a notion that size makes a player. One local player is proving this stereotype and teams wrong.    Listed at 5-5  and 140 lbs, Tyler Scott

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:24, 24.Feb 2017

By Noah Gecelovsky NHL The Detroit Red Wings hosted the New York Islanders Feb. 21 at Joe Louis Arena. After being tied in the first period, the Islanders pulled ahead in the second and further in the third winning the

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Wolverines faltering

Wolverines faltering

🕔13:54, 17.Feb 2017

  By Garrett Fodor The Wolverines are struggling on the ice this season. The University of Michigan Wolverines are known as one of the top NCAA institutions when it comes to producing athletic talent. They have the most alumni on

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Hoops for Hospice

Hoops for Hospice

🕔12:15, 10.Feb 2017

By Garrett Fodor A local author is sharing his passion for local basketball history. While Windsor and Essex County are better known for producing hockey talent, the area also has over 60 years of producing strong basketball talent. In a

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Bracco brings success to Spitfires

Bracco brings success to Spitfires

🕔12:10, 27.Jan 2017

By Garrett Fodor   The Windsor Spitfires are preparing for the Memorial Cup by acquiring some of the top players in the Ontario Hockey League.   One of the newest Spitfires is Jeremy Bracco,acquired from the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for Cole

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Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

🕔11:31, 2.Dec 2016

The Michigan Wolverines took on their first ranked opponent of the season and their biggest opponent all year, with hopes of home ice advantage for the weekend series. In a history that goes back nearly seven decades between the teams, Michigan

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Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

🕔11:17, 2.Dec 2016

  By Garrett Fodor The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association women’s soccer championship wrapped up Oct. 29 with teams from across the province competing in Amherstburg. Saturday afternoon the Seneca Sting and Cambrian Golden Shields were in action, playing for the

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Home field advantage

Home field advantage

🕔09:56, 11.Nov 2016

By Garrett Fodor The top eight women’s Ontario College Athletic Association soccer teams have been competing in Amherstburg. St. Clair College was awarded the opportunity to host the tournament at the Libro Centre in Amherstburg. As hosts the St. Clair

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From Windsor to Rio

From Windsor to Rio

🕔14:18, 21.Oct 2016

It has been nearly two months since the Rio Olympics closed and one local Olympian is still living in the moment. Belle River native Noelle Montcalm earned her spot on the Canadian athletics team that went to Rio de Janeiro

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Lancers faceoff against Wolverines

Lancers faceoff against Wolverines

🕔14:23, 14.Oct 2016

For the first time in 34 years, the University of Windsor men’s hockey team traveled just 45 minutes for an away game.   The Lancers went south of the border for a weekend series against National Collegiate Athletic Association I

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Sports Roundup

Sports Roundup

🕔13:30, 30.Sep 2016

University Hockey      The University of Windsor men’s ice hockey team will be traveling to the U.S. this weekend in preparation for their regular season which begins Oct. 7. The Lancers will be looking for another Ontario University Athletics

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Student athletes try to keep pace

Student athletes try to keep pace

🕔13:27, 30.Sep 2016

With school back in session, student athletes are busy working out in the gym and in the classroom. For many college students sports are a way to unwind from the stress of life and school. For some it is also

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Wall earning accolades, scholarship

Wall earning accolades, scholarship

🕔11:51, 8.Apr 2016

  A local goalie is earning more than individual accolades and is set to earn an education from a soon to be Division I NCAA school.   Leamington Flyers rookie goalie Tyler Wall took the league by storm as he

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Hearing Dreams

Hearing Dreams

🕔12:15, 1.Apr 2016

  The music industry is evolving and unless artists take the task of doing everything themselves, expenses are high.   For Musicians to get their content out to listeners there’s costs from paying to having it master to writing. The

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What it takes to win: Essex 73’s

What it takes to win: Essex 73’s

🕔12:15, 11.Mar 2016

  Defensive coverage The 73’s allowed the fewest goals against in the regular season and throughout the playoffs. In order to keep their season going they need to limit the number of shots goalie Trevor Wheaton faces. Throughout the two

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Developing success

Developing success

🕔13:06, 4.Mar 2016

  The Windsor Spitfires have produced talented players in the past and have been adding names to their list this season. Windsor has produced 13 NHL draft picks in the last five years, including four in the first round. Defencemen

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A chance at a repeat

A chance at a repeat

🕔12:26, 26.Feb 2016

  Members of the Essex 73’s and Integrity Amherstburg Admirals are preparing for a potential repeat of last year’s Great Lakes Junior “C” finals.   73’s Captain Matthew Hebert said the team has been taught not to underestimate teams and

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