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Monday, January 27, 2020

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EDSS contingent whittled down to three at OFSAA

From well over a dozen runners, jumpers and throwers to come out of Elmira District Secondary School this year, just three remain active. Abbygail...

EDSS senior badminton doubles team headed to OFSAA

It was a crowded two days at the regional secondary school badminton championships earlier this month, with just short of ten schools qualifying for...

EDSS boys take silver at provincial hockey championship

The EDSS boys brought home the silver from the provincial championships vin Barrie last week, a fitting conclusion to an exceptionally strong season for...

Breslau’s Woodland high school courting victory at provincials

After a stellar showing at last week’s regional games, Woodland Christian High School athletes are heading to the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations...

EDSS runner parlays WCSSAA gold into strong showing at regionals and provincials

Fourteen-year-old Kieran Stewart’s passion for swimming has transferred over into another athletic endeavour – running. Stewart recently won the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics...

EDSS field hockey team has plenty to celebrate this year

Storming through the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletics Association (WCSSA) this season, the EDSS field hockey squad finally met their match last week. Competing at...
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