Lovable losers no more, Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions again

Lovable losers no more, Chicago Cubs are World Series Champions again

🕔09:57, 11.Nov 2016

  Baseball fans all over the world witnessed a historic Game Seven Wednesday night after the Chicago Cubs defeated the Cleveland Indians in the 10th inning by a score of 8-7 to claim their first World Series championship since 1908.

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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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Catholic Central can’t speak out regarding man poses as a student

Catholic Central can’t speak out regarding man poses as a student

🕔09:48, 11.Nov 2016

By Vanessa Cuevas In the six months since a 30-year-old man was arrested for posing as a high school student at Catholic Central, the staff and students say they have been hurt and misunderstood by the media’s actions. Jonathan Nicola,

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Express excited about new season

Express excited about new season

🕔09:48, 11.Nov 2016

By Zander Kelly The owner of the Windsor Express basketball team has plans for this season. “Coach (Bill Jones) and I have been having some in-depth meetings,” said Dartis Willis Sr. “Our motto is ‘Back to Work,’ and going back

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Former Express forward Maurice Bolden has NBA dreams

Former Express forward Maurice Bolden has NBA dreams

🕔09:44, 11.Nov 2016

    By Ryan Blevins   A former member of the Windsor Express is hoping to have his NBA dreams realized. Bolden is a National Basketball League of Canada veteran and played last season locally for the Windsor Express. He

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Champions of the Rose City

Champions of the Rose City

🕔12:33, 4.Nov 2016

A Windsor wrestling school was recently ranked as one of the greatest wrestling schools of all time. Canada has always had a well-respected reputation in the world of wrestling, producing stars dating back to the early days of the sport

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Cubs vs. Indians World Series, a drought will be no more

Cubs vs. Indians World Series, a drought will be no more

🕔14:27, 28.Oct 2016

After decades of suffering, a drought will end and a baseball fan base will let out its collective breath again. The Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians are two teams that have not won a World Series in what many

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔14:12, 28.Oct 2016

NHL The Detroit Red Wings raised their record to 6-2 on Thursday night when they slid by the St. Louis Blues with a 2-1 win at the Scottrade Centre. Frans Nielsen scored a shorthanded goal in the second period and the Wings were able

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Forfeiting to avoid injuries in football

Forfeiting to avoid injuries in football

🕔13:52, 28.Oct 2016

By Ryan Blevins For the nationally ranked Herman Green Griffins and Holy Names Knights, playing all their scheduled games is no issue. Canada’s neighbours to the south are having issues with teams forfeiting games. Archbishop Murphy High School in Washington

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Herman wins rivalry week

Herman wins rivalry week

🕔13:40, 28.Oct 2016

By Ryan Blevins Windsor Stadium was the backdrop for one of Windsor-Essex County’s most competitive rivalries. Two undefeated teams capped off the Windsor-Essex County Secondary School Athletic Association’s regular season. The Holy Names Knights travelled to Windsor Stadium to take

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Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

Spitfires think pink and shoot down Greyhounds

🕔12:02, 28.Oct 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires scored five times to take down the Soo Greyhounds at the WFCU Centre. Windsor Spitfires associate coach Trevor Letowski ran the bench as acting head coach in the absence of Rocky Thompson. Thompson is

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Sports round-up

Sports round-up

🕔14:42, 21.Oct 2016

NHL The Detroit Red Wings played the New York Rangers in Madsion Square Garden on Wednesday, winning 2-1 and bringing their record to two wins and two losses. The Toronto Maple Leafs had a rough night losing to the Winnipeg Jets

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Miracle League of Amherstburg baseball

Miracle League of Amherstburg baseball

🕔14:37, 21.Oct 2016

By Kenneth Pastushyn “Every Child Deserves a Chance to Play Baseball,” is the motto of Miracle Leagues throughout North America, giving children with disabilities a chance the step up to the plate. The Miracle League of Amherstburg played their next

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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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DiPietro blanks Frontenacs, Day scores in first game

DiPietro blanks Frontenacs, Day scores in first game

🕔13:24, 21.Oct 2016

Newly acquired defenceman Sean Day scored in his first game as a Spitfire to help lead Windsor to a victory over Kingston at the WFCU Centre. Day, 18, stands among an exclusive group as the fourth player ever granted exceptional

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Spitfires win four in a row

Spitfires win four in a row

🕔12:40, 21.Oct 2016

The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Flint Firebirds 7-2 at the WFCU Centre for their fourth straight win adding eight points to their league leading 7-2-0 record. The Ottawa Senators’ 2016 11th overall draft choice Logan Brown picked up where he

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Ontario’s best females golfers drive to Windsor for tournament

Ontario’s best females golfers drive to Windsor for tournament

🕔17:22, 14.Oct 2016

  The Ontario Federation of School Athletic Association hosted their ladies golf tournament in Windsor once again. The two day event took place on Oct. 12 and 13. More than 100 golfers came from 80 schools in 18 regions to

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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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Sudanese refugee posed as 16-year-old basketball star

Sudanese refugee posed as 16-year-old basketball star

🕔14:32, 21.Apr 2016

  by Michael Hugall   On Nov. 22, 2015 the City of Windsor welcomed a 16-year-old Sudanese student, Jonathon Nicola. What was unknown at the time has now come to light after an investigation done by CBSA alleged that Nicola was not a 16-year-old

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A letter from the editor

A letter from the editor

🕔23:49, 15.Apr 2016

By Christian Bouchard Over the past couple years the sports world has seen some of the greatest call it a career. We have been left with fond memories thanks to guys such as Peyton Manning, Derek Jeter, Kobe Bryant and

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