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Virtue and Moir's post-Olympic party still going strong

Eight years ago, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir’s first Olympic gold medal was celebrated with a parade through Ilderton.

This time, the ice dance stars are flipping the script. 1,814 more words

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Novak back from CONCACAF adventure

Kaila Novak had a pretty good idea that playing in the CONCACAF U17 World Cup qualifying tournament would be an adventure.

But it turned into much more of an adventure than anyone thought. 612 more words

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Mexico Soccer Player Heads To Hannibal LaGrange

Mexico High School senior Kaelyn Denham signed her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Hannibal LaGrange.

Denham said the school’s Christian values were an important deciding factor in choosing the school to pursue a future in education.

Cougars announce three recruits

Madeleine Tell, Macaela Crone and Emily Dewey and have committed to the University of Regina Cougars women’s basketball team for the 2018-19 Canada West season. 81 more words

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Gold-winning bobsledder slides home

London’s Olympic bobsled champion Alexander Kopacz will get a proper homecoming this Friday.

Kopacz won the gold medal in two-man bobsledding with driver Justin Kripps at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics in February. 222 more words

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Cyclones take their shot at history

Blake Nichol was a fresh-faced 16-year-old when he suited up for the Listowel Cyclones in 2013-14. The hometown defenceman and future co-captain had four goals and 19 points — the most of any blue-liner on the team — in what was mostly a season of struggle for the eighth-place Cyclones. 641 more words

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Bulldogs Baseball Drop Doubleheader Against Boonvile

The Mexico Bulldogs lost in both games of a double header to the Booneville Pirates last (Tuesday) night.

Game was a 8-2 loss.

Head Coach Keith Louder says a combination of walks and errors turned into the game into a rout. 159 more words