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Mountaineers close out season by finishing off Falcons

In their final game of the regular season Tuesday (Feb. 21), the Mountaineers women’s basketball team hosted the visiting Fanshawe Falcons in an attempt to close out the regular season with a sixth straight victory. At the same time, it was an opportunity for head coach Kevin Duffy, his staff ...

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Men’s curling team wins bronze

The Mohawk College rink, skipped by Logan James, won the men’s bronze medal at the OCAA Curling Championships, presented by belairdirect, in Sault Ste. Marie Sunday (Feb. 19). The Mountaineers survived a game-ending measurement to seal the victory, 5-4 over the host Sault Cougars. The Sault scored a first-end single ...

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Raptors make long-awaited move

Masai Ujiri finally did it. In acquiring Serge Ibaka from the Orlando Magic on Tuesday (Feb. 14) the Toronto Raptors team president finally put his stamp on the Raptors team. Ujiri had been pursuing a trade for Ibaka for what seems like forever and by waiting he acquired the power ...

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Mountaineers return the favour against rival Royals with fifth-straight victory

The Redeemer Royals were not going to be sneaking up on the Mohawk Mountaineers women’s basketball team Friday night (Feb. 17) in the second and final meeting between the two sides for the 2016/17 season. After surprising the Mountaineers with a road victory, the first for Redeemer women’s basketball in ...

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Mountaineers break away late against Saints to grab second place in OCAA Western division

The Mountaineers women’s basketball team welcomed the second-place St. Clair Saints to the David Braley Athletics and Recreation Centre on Saturday (Feb. 11) in a battle for the second, and final, automatic spot in the OCAA provincial playoffs. The Mountaineers came in riding a three-game win streak which had the ...

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