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Formenton, Mete golden at World Juniors

January 10, 2018   ·   0 Comments

By Jake Courtepatte Though Tyler Steenburgen may have scored the World Junior Hockey Championship’s most memorable goal, it was King City’s Alex Formenton who was ...

Mete helps Canada to top of Group A at World Juniors

Hockey fans across the nation were given quite a scare on Monday, when Victor Mete failed to practice with Team Canada on their day off at the World Junior Hockey Championship. Rumours began to swirl around the much-hyped tournament and the Montreal Canadiens’ defenceman, a former King City resident and student at Country Day School.

King Rebellion at Lake Placid tourney

  The King Rebellion peewee A team traveled to Lake Placid to participate in their first U.S. tournament recently. The boys were proud to represent ...

Sun, surf and slapshots for the King Rebellion bantam A champs

Holy mackinaw! It was sun, surf and slap-shots as the King Rebellion Bantam “A” team voyaged to Fort Lauderdale for a long weekend of hard-hitting hockey action in the Florida Panthers Thanksgiving Tournament.

Students earn hardware at martial arts tourney

The Purdy Center for the Arts participated at the Guelph Open Shiai in Guelph Nov. 18. It was a competitive day with over 200 martial artists in attendance from varying disciplines including Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu, Kick Boxing and Karate to test their skills at the tournament.

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