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2nd at Ontario Starskate Championships
click here to view details!  Miracle Collins, 18 years of age, got second at the Western Ontario Starskate Championships in Sarnia. She now moves on to the Ontario Championships in Sudbury. full story
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 Seniors Softball
Sailors 4 to 3 over Pirates - Shedden 8 to 2 over Maroons - Blues 7 to 2 over Boxall
click here to view details!  In Game 1 both teams in the first inning managed to get on the scoreboard with one each. The Pirates pulled ahead in the fourth with two runs to lead by two. full story
Sailors Coming Up Strong
click here to view details!  In Game 2 the Sailors took it up a notch, an got onto the scoreboard with five in the first, and the Blues waited until the second to make one. full story
Boxall Burst Onto The Scoreboard - Updated Score Error
click here to view details!  In Game 2 Pirates burst onto the scoreboard with five in the first, and two more in the second, to take the lead by seven. The Boxall waited until the third to make one, and finally two more in the fourth to end up with three. Pirates just kept adding with two in the fifth, five in the seventh, one in the eighth, and finally two more in the ninth to easily give the win to Pirates with a score of Pirates 17 - Boxall 3 full story
Shedden Still Leading, Boxall and Maroons Tied
click here to view details!  In Game 1 the Maroons got on the scoreboard first with one in the first, and one in the second. Boxall managed to turn it around with two in the second to tie. full story
Shedden Leads By One in the Port Stanley Senior Softball Standings
click here to view details!  In Game 3 the Sailors started off with one in the first, to get on the scoreboard, then blasted off with five in the fourth, and two more in the fifth to make eight. full story
Sailors win 8-7 Over The Pirates and Shedden wins 8-7 Over The Maroons
click here to view details!  Wednesday's game's brought mainly sunny skies for the Port Stanley Senior Softball Players 8th games of the 2016 Senior Softball series. A sick raccoon was found along the south fence at today's game, and one of the players phoned Central Elgin's Offices trying to get someone out to take care of the sick animal, but it seems the OPP are the only one's that deal with that sort of issue, Oh Well, next time we will know better. full story
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Raonic powers into Rogers Cup quarter-finals
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Canadian Milos Raonic downed American qualifier Jared Donaldson 6-2, 6-3 on Thursday night in the third round of the Rogers Cup.

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Genie puffs her way out of the Rogers Cup
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The pressure got to Eugenie Bouchard and it put Canada's top women's tennis player out of the US$2.4 million Rogers Cup.

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5 rivalries to watch in Rio
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Every four years, the best athletes on the planet unite and as expected, some of the best rivalries in sports are born. Here are five rivalries to keep an eye on at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics.

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Michael Phelps determined to go out on his terms
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Having ended his career once in London on what he considered a sour note, Michael Phelps enters the Rio de Janeiro Olympics pool for his second swansong determined to bow out on his own terms.

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