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Petes Spoil Knights’ Opener

Friday night at Budweiser Gardens, the Peterborough Petes held onto a 4-1 lead to beat the London Knights 6-4 in their season opener. Click here for the full story from the Knights. Next Game: Tonight, London at Barrie Colts 7:30 p.m.

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Royal Winnipeg Ballet Auditions Visit London

RENOWNED BALLET SCHOOL LAUNCHES NORTH AMERICA-WIDE TOUR Royal Winnipeg Ballet School seeks next generation of professional dancers WINNIPEG – September 20, 2019.   Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School (RWB School) is about to embark on a tour of 18 cities across North America in search of talented young artists with the potential to become professional dancers […]

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High School Scoreboard September 19

Watch this page for nightly results from local high school sports. For today’s results, click here.

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Delaware Speedway Saturday Schedule

Saturday, September 21 Bone Stock Championship & Demolition Derby 4 p.m. Saturday, September 28 IceMaker Open 4 Cylinder Invitational 150 Laps, King of the Hill 4 p.m.

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Lincs Edge Nats

Wednesday at Western Fair Sports Centre, the London Nationals doubled the St. Marys Lincolns in shots on net, 44-22, but took a 5-4 loss. Click here for the boxscore. Next Game: Sunday, London at St. Thomas Stars 7:30 p.m.

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Virtue, Moir Hang Up Skates

From Skate Canada: OTTAWA, ON: The worlds most decorated figure skaters, Tessa Virtue, 30, London, Ont., and Scott Moir, 31, Ilderton, Ont., announced their retirement from competitive figure skating today. During their 22-year career they won five Olympic medals, three world championship titles and eight national titles. Virtue and Moir have dominated the ice dance […]

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