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Ontario Soccer Pitches New Strategic Plan

When London hosts Ontario Soccer’s Ontario Soccer Summit March 1-3, the organization’s new strategic plan is sure to be headed around by all participants. In early-January, Ontario Soccer announced its Board of Directors-approved, new Strategic Plan for 2019-2021, which will serve as the road map for soccer in the province over the next three years. […]

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Toronto FC President Manning Joins London-Hosted Soccer Summit

Ontario Soccer is pleased to announce the addition of Bill Manning, Toronto FC President, at the 2019 Ontario Soccer Summit, presented by Respect in Sport. Manning will join the Soccer Now panel on March 1, which will feature voices from the local, provincial, national and continental perspectives. On the panel will be Jason deVos (Director […]

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High School Scoreboard February 19

TVDSB CENTRAL VARSITY GIRLS HOCKEY A.B. Lucas S.S. 7 (Min (3), Pundaky, Wouda, Andersen, Lambrinos), Strathroy D.C.I. 3 (Duffy, Urquhart, Henry-Huff) Medway H.S. 3 (Finlayson (2), VanHooydonk), Saunders S.S. 1 (Ballantyne) TVDSB CENTRAL VARSITY BOYS HOCKEY Medway H.S. 7, Sir Wilfrid Laurier S.S. 2 A.B. Lucas S.S. 4 (Black (2), Jesse, Vandertuin (s/o)), Saunders S.S. […]

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Stars Goalie Shuts Out Kings, Gets Double OT Winner

On Coach’s Corner Saturday night, Don Cherry said this feat will never be seen again. “He gets the shutout and he gets the winning goal,” Cherry said of St. Thomas Stars goalie Anthony Hurtubise. Friday night at Joe Thornton Community Centre in St. Thomas, the Stars beat the Komoka Kings in double overtime, 1-0. Hurtubise, […]

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Nats Bite Vipers

Monday at Western Fair Sports Centre, Cal Davis scored twice and added three assists as the London Nationals beat the LaSalle Vipers 8-2. Riley MacRae scored twice and added an assist for London, while netminder Zach Springer picked up the win with 26 saves. Next Game: Wednesday, St. Thomas at London 7 p.m.

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Steelheads Hammer Knights

Monday at Mississauga, Aidan Prueter scored twice and goalie Jacob Ingham stopped 39 shots as the Steelheads handed the London Knights a 9-4 loss. London got off to a hot start with two goals from Kevin Hancock (44, 45) to lead 2-0 in the first period. But the Steelheads scored four straight goals – two in […]

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