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Midweek Amway Canadian Championship match creates history
NASL Commissioner Bill Peterson noted, "Wednesday is another step in the continued growth of the NASL and an exciting first match for these two Canadian teams. It will be great soccer to watch this rivalry be born contesting the Canadian Championship ...
Maple Leaf Up: Academy soccer building Canada's future
Nearly thirty-years have past since Vancouver Whitecaps greats, striker Carl Valentine and goalkeeper Tino Lettieri, helped lead Canada to its only FIFA World Cup appearance. Canada's continuing failures on the men's international senior level having ...
Local boxer goes round for round
London Community News
Chestnut, a three-time national junior amateur champion, has an innate characteristic built in almost every boxer that she carries with her even when she takes off the gloves. Pugilists fight round-by-round, never looking further then the next two to ...
Familiar faces returning to UPEI squad
The Guardian Charlottetown
A handful of key Panthers sat out the 2013 season to save their final year of eligibility in order to play in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship at home from Nov. 6 to 9. The list includes the likes of Dillon Wight, Jared Murphy and ...
Local Roundup: Aptos beats Scotts Valley lacrosse, stays undefeated
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Newman competing in team championships >> Scotts Valley's Judy Newman, who is representing the United States this week in the 34th ITF Seniors World Team Championships in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., won her second straight doubles match with playing ...
Winnipeg's Rob Gale a force in Canadian soccer
As an assistant coach of U17 men's team, Gale helped guide Canada to its best ever international result—silver at the 2011 CONCACAF U17 championship. Two trips to the World Cup have ensued. He also led Canada's men's U18 and U16 clubs. A soccer ...
Bennett named Ken Giles Award winner
In the past Bennett has been a key contributor to Canada's national programs, playing for the under-16 and under-17 teams at the FIBA World Championships, leading Canada to bronze both times. At the 2010 under-17 worlds he averaged 13.2 points and 6.2 ...