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The Mohawk Mountaineers scored a pair of huge wins at Conestoga, in OCAA women’s softball Thursday (Oct. 5). The Mountaineers blanked the Condors 3-0 in the opening game and then scored a 7-2 decision in the nightcap. There’s no doubt who was the star on this night at Budd Park ...

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Mohawk’s Shanien O’Neill  has been named the OCAA WOMEN’S SOFTBALL ATHLETE OF THE WEEK, for the seven-day period ending Sunday, Oct. 1. The fourth-year pitcher/infielder from Dundas Highland hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift Mohawk to a 7-6 victory over Fanshawe on Sept. 27, in the ...

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Mohawk’s Caitlin Laughlin has been named the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week for the seven-day period ending Sunday, Sept. 24.   The second-year forward from Watertown scored five goals over a span of three games, all Mountaineers’ victories. Laughlin scored twice against Redeemer in a 6-0 win on Sept. 19, ...

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The Mountaineers nipped the St. Clair Saints 3-2 in Windsor on Saturday (Sept. 23), to move by them in the standings. Mohawk grabbed a 3-0 lead in the first half on goals by Keigan Curran (Niagara Falls-St. Michaels), Caitlin Laughlin (Waterdown) and Laura Stankovic (Stoney Creek-Bishop Ryan). The Saints rallied ...

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Korede Adepitan scored four consecutive goals in the first half and added two markers in the second, as the St. Clair Saints hammered the Mohawk Mountaineers 9-1 in OCAA men’s soccer in Windsor Saturday (Sept. 23). The Saints improved their record to 3-1, while Mohawk dropped to 1-4. Nathaniel Walters ...

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The Mohawk women were 2-1 at their rugby sevens competition at St. Lawrence College in Kingston Saturday (Sept. 23). The Mountaineers beat the host Vikings 15-7 and the Algonquin Thunder 12-5, before bowing to the Conestoga Condors  22-5 in their last game of the day. After two weeks of play, ...

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