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Dundas Women’s Softball Association players off to Aruba to represent Canada

Five Hamilton area women hope to be catching more than rays when they visit the Caribbean island of Aruba in March 2015.

Ancaster Vet slo-pitch players start playoffs

In Ancaster Vets Slo-Pitch playoff action on Sunday, the Pirates won a slugfest 23-16 over the hard-hitting Tigers.

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Students at Brown’s Martial Arts in Ancaster head to Ireland

James Pfeiffer, a 13-year-old blue belt, left, Alexander Jones, an 11-year-old brown belt, and Amanda Buskey, a 17-year-old black belt and brown belt martial arts instructor are heading to the World Kickboxing Council championships in Dublin, Ireland, from Oct. 4-9

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Stoney Creek Junior Sabres ready for new PWHL season

The head coach of the Stoney Creek Junior Sabres says the squad is eager to begin its 2014-15 Provincial Women’s Hockey League campaign.

Photo by Mark Newman

Hamilton high school field hockey season underway

The St. Thomas More Knights have their sights set on another Catholic school league championship and a trip to the provincial finals as another season of high school field hockey hits the pitch this week.

Mohawk College soccer women split

Mountaineers win one, lose one

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Ancaster Avalanche kicks off Golden Horseshoe Conference season tonight against Pelham Pirates

The Ancaster Avalanche are ready to pick up where they left off last season.

Photo by Kaz Novak, The Hamilton Spectator.

Hamilton honours Pigskin Pete Paul Weiler with Hall of Fame nomination

Council votes unanimously to support Weiler’s enshrinement in the Hamilton Sports Hall of Fame.

Dundas Blues host pre-season game Saturday

Junior C hockey regular season opens next week.

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Mikey Ciccarelli joins fellow Ancaster native and Olympian Brad Martin on Canada’s national snowboard team

It must be something in Ancaster’s water, or at the very least, its snow.