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Ravens get first victory of their second incarnation

Carleton Ravens version 2.0 got its first win since returning to Ontario University Athletics Monday, defeating the Waterloo Warriors 33-14 in Waterloo.

The Ravens, winless in their maiden season last year after a 15-year hiatus, scored the only 10 points of the first quarter and led 12-11 at halftime. 533 more words

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Gaels open season with come-from-behind win at Windsor


WINDSOR—Queen’s Golden Gaels didn’t score a point in the third quarter Monday afternoon. They lost ground on three of their five running plays and they had just three first downs, never more than one in a series. 1,464 more words

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Gaels 39 Windsor 30

First Quarter

Qns—FG, Wamsley 24 6:09

Qns—Andrews 2 run (Wamsley convert) 9:14

Qns—Safety, Malandruccolo concedes 10:44

Qns—FG, Wamsley 37 13:42

Second Quarter

Wsr—TD, Pszczonak 90 pass from Kennedy (Malandruccolo convert) 3:27… 236 more words

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Gaels happy to end training camp, even if it means going to Windsor


It may be necessary but it doesn’t quite fit anyone’s definition of fun.

“Training camp,” Queen’s Golden Gaels coach Pat Sheahan said Thursday, “sort of saps the life out of you. 1,235 more words

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Knocking Western off the top of the mountain won't be easy

In the old schoolyard game, the biggest and the strongest gets to the top of the mountain. A few others may get a hand hold, but most of the players end up clamouring around the base, struggling to get anywhere. 4,948 more words

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West turf field to be named for two Queen's coaching legends

It took a long time for the tall foreheads at Queen’s University to get around to putting a name to the facility, but in the end they wound up exactly where they should be. 666 more words

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Young defence shows promise in preseason defeat


Does the outcome of an exhibition football game matter?

Apparently not.

It didn’t even matter that much to the guy whose team won Sunday afternoon. 1,102 more words

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