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McMaster Marauders host OUA baseball championship at Bernie Arbour Stadium

Lots of Hamilton talent in provincial university championship

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Ancaster’s Laura Fortino joins 4 Nations Cup team

Ancaster’s Laura Fortino, 23, has been named to the 2014 4 Nations Cup.

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Saltfleet Storm girls eye Division 1 field hockey title

The Saltfleet Storm girls field hockey squad is one game away from its second consecutive city championship berth.

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Dundas Warriors compete in Badass Dash at Chicopee Ski Hill to benefit Autism Speaks

The Under 12 Dundas Warriors recently participated in the Badass Dash

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Ancaster Thunder Under 14 girls soccer team roars to championship

The Ancaster Thunder Under 14 girls soccer team went undefeated this season with 14 wins, no losses and two ties to become division champions in the South Region Soccer League Under 14 Second Division.

Fennell leads Mohawk College over Centennial

The Mohawk Mountaineers downed the visiting Centennial Colts 100-73 in pre-season men’s basketball Oct. 7.

Photo by Mark Newman

Huskies blank Royals

Ashley Baranowski scored four goals in a row to lead the Nora Frances Henderson Huskies to a 6-0 win over the Ancaster Royals in Hamilton public high school girls Division 2 field hockey action at Sackville Hill Park last Thursday.

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DMHA Bantam AE Blues play Tilburg Trappers from the Netherlands on Oct. 20

Like any international hockey event, flags and gifts will be exchanged and anthems played when the Dundas Blues Bantam AEs face off against a team from the Netherlands on Monday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. at J.L. Grightmire Arena.

Dundas Junior C Blues hockey team continues early roll

The Dundas Blues continued a strong start to the Junior C hockey season, winning two more games to improve their record to 5-1 while sitting alone in second place behind Grimsby

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Dundas Valley Secondary School Gryphons don’t miss a step in cross-country

The new season for cross-country in Dundas has started with a new school, new uniforms and the same energy (and results) as before.