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George Steele dead at 79

George Steele dead at 79

🕔11:45, 24.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Hall of Fame wrestler, George “The Animal” Steele has died at age 79. Steele, best remembered for portraying a green-tongued, baldheaded wild man in the ring, has died Feb. 16 from kidney failure. Steele was known for

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Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

🕔12:32, 17.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Border City Wrestling fans are looking forward to its return at St. Clair College on March 25. Since late 1992 BCW has been thrilling fans with wrestling entertainment in the Windsor area and promises to continue the

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Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

🕔11:37, 27.Jan 2017

By Joe Gibel Legendary professional wrestler, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka died on Sunday Jan. 15 at age 73. Jimmy Snuka, known throughout the wrestling world as the innovator of the high-flying offence wrestling style and his “superfly splash” from the top

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Lancers women’s basketball team victorious against Waterloo Warriors

Lancers women’s basketball team victorious against Waterloo Warriors

🕔13:22, 25.Nov 2016

By Sonia Jacob   The 92-41 blowout against the Waterloo Warriors is the fifth win for the University of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team in the OUA basketball tournament. On Nov. 23, the no. 5-ranked Lancers started with a strong lead of 25-11 in the first quarter and continued their advance,

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Detroit Pistons on the move

🕔12:43, 25.Nov 2016

By Cody Rusan   The Detroit Pistons will say goodbye to the Palace of Auburn Hills at the conclusion of their season. Detroit basketball has called the Palace home since 1988 and are now set to join the Detroit Red

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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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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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Local OFSAA summary

Local OFSAA summary

🕔21:55, 7.Mar 2016

By Christian Bouchard As three different OFSAA events were held today, the Vilanova Wildcats proved to be the only victorious local team. BOYS AAA HOCKEY Despite being the lowest seed (16) in boys AAA hockey, the Wildcats were led by

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Inventor of Safety Towards Other Players program dies

Inventor of Safety Towards Other Players program dies

🕔13:03, 26.Feb 2016

By Jordan Caschera The local man who invented the S.T.O.P. sign patch, appearing on the back of minor hockey players jerseys throughout Canada has died. Safety Towards Other Players was created by Kevin Stubbington, who coached for many years for

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Leicester City getting foxy

Leicester City getting foxy

🕔12:42, 19.Feb 2016

By Christian Bouchard Fans of English football in Windsor have been admiring the play of Leicester City all season long. In a season of great performances, knocking off Manchester City 3-1 in week 25 certainly proved they are legitimate contenders

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Super Bowl betting still prohibited in Windsor

Super Bowl betting still prohibited in Windsor

🕔13:23, 11.Feb 2016

By Christian Bouchard   Windsorites are among many Canadian citizens to lose out on millions of dollars during Super Bowl 50 as a result of the Senate stalling Bill C-290. The bill, which would allow gamblers across Ontario to bet

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10 year war to make a comeback

10 year war to make a comeback

🕔12:08, 5.Feb 2016

Is it ethical? Would you sleep over at a recruit’s house, climb a tree or throw some footballs to a couple of kids in order to get the top recruit in the entire country to come play football for you?

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Benefits of high school rivalries

Benefits of high school rivalries

🕔12:10, 30.Oct 2015

While student athletes are expected to play as hard as they can throughout the season, many agree that rivalry games bring out the best in athletes. Although rivalries in high school sports are starting to fade, many local schools are

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Let’s buy the Lions

Let’s buy the Lions

🕔11:07, 30.Oct 2015

A Colorado man is asking people to help him raise $1 billion in hopes of buying the Detroit Lions. While the team is not for sale, Jeff Tarnowski has created a GoFundMe account with the goal of taking over ownership

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73’s look to shutout the competition

73’s look to shutout the competition

🕔12:20, 2.Oct 2015

    By Garrett Fodor/Converged Citizen Staff The Essex 73’s made major offseason acquisitions as the team will be looking to defend their seventh Schmalz Cup. Former Leamington Flyers goaltender Trevor Wheaton is one of the acquisitions. Through seven games

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Soccer not in Windsor’s culture

Soccer not in Windsor’s culture

🕔14:02, 18.Oct 2013

By Richard Riosa Walk into any pub or bar throughout Europe on a weekend and what you are likely to find may more closely resemble a religious gathering than a sports event. Men and women of different ages and cultures

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Lancers dominated by Mustangs

Lancers dominated by Mustangs

🕔13:40, 11.Oct 2013

  by Nikko Ocampo The top CIS ranked Western Mustangs kept their winning streak alive as they defeated the University of Windsor Lancers 51-23 at Alumni Field Oct. 5. Western controlled the first quarter with the help of quarterback Will

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St. Clair sports briefs

🕔15:02, 4.Oct 2013

by Evan Mathias Men’s Soccer The St. Clair College men’s soccer team is close to clinching a playoff spot in the Ontario College Athletic Associations’ West Division with a 2-0 win against the Lambton Lions Oct. 2. The Saints got

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Riverside winter sports on ice

Riverside winter sports on ice

🕔14:32, 10.Nov 2012

by Evan Mathias Riverside Secondary School could be without a winter sports season this year due to the effects of Bill 115. The ice hockey season, swimming and wrestling have already been officially cancelled and basketball will be officially cancelled

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