Field Hockey

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Local Mavericks gain Summer Games experience

The Ontario Summer Games Program started in 1970 in Etobicoke as a showcase for amateur sport. It has now become Ontario’s largest multi-sport event, including both team and individual sports. Provincial-level athletes from ages 12…
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LCS 2nd girls field hockey battled hard but came up short

The LCS 2nd girls field hockey team travelled to Ridley College on Wednesday November 4th to play in the final four tournament. After finishing 4th overall, they faced top-seeded Bayview Glen. Despite a big loss…
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Red Hawks captured the COSSA girls field hockey championship

The Haliburton Highlands Red Hawks captured the COSSA girls field hockey championship Thursday at the Thomas A. Stewart Athletic Field. Haliburton defeated North Hastings 1-0 in the afternoon final. Haliburton defeated the Crestwood Mustangs 2-0…
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HIGH SCHOOL Girls Rugby Kawartha Championships TODAY

11:00 a.m., Junior Bronze Medal Game, HCSS vs. NDHS @ TASSS 12:00 p.m., Senior Bronze Medal Game, LCVI @ TASSS 1:00 p.m., Junior Gold Medal Game, ASCVI vs. CDHS @ TASSS 2:00 p.m., Senior Gold…
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Grove’s 2nd field hockey team win 2 out of 3

On Wednesday October 14th, the Grove’s 2nd field hockey team hosted Toronto Montessori School and secured their first win of the season with a 2-0 victory. Maggiemae Jones earned her first shutout of the season…
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Lakefield 2nd Field Hockey Team finished season

The 2nd Field Hockey Team ended their season with a busy week, playing three challenging games against other strong competitors. On Wednesday, we played an exhibition game against Holy Trinity School, our first game on…
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The 2014 Ontario Summer Games is in the books

Article by Amy Hollingsworth The 2014 Ontario Summer Games is in the books. A big shout out to the City of Windsor and their army of awesome volunteers who welcomed, fed, directed, and cheered on…
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