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Regina Thunder become National Champions Article: Paige Kreutzwieser – Staff Writer he Thunder rolled on Nov. 9, when Regina’s Junior Football Club clinched their first ever Canadian Junior Football League national championship. With a score of 55-26, the Regina Thunder were able to defeat the Vancouver Island Raiders in some of the coldest weather thus far experienced. “Just really happy, proud and happy, for our guys and going through all the highs and lows to ...

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Times are changing

“Obviously we are coming into this season with a lot of changes but that isn’t an excuse. We are young but we are hungry and capable to put a dent into this league. We will be leaving everything on the court every night, and hopefully come March, we are in a good position.” – Travis Sylvester

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Sports Roundtable – How big of an advantage is a hometown crowd?

Participants- Taylor Sockett, Michael Chmielewski, Paige Kreutzwiser, Brady Lang This year the University of Regina is hosting the 2014 women’s volleyball National Championships. Do you think the Cougars will make it to the finals in front of their hometown crowd? Sockett: Let’s just say the odds of that happening are about the same as getting hit by lightening, winning the lottery, and being mauled by a bear all during a solar eclipse. As I am ...

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