September 10, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 7  

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SPORTS

Mustang men's soccer team ready to kick ass, er balls

OFFENSE
The Mustangs' offense will take a huge hit with the loss of forward Glen Duerr, who led Ontario University Athletics with 11 goals last year.

However, the Mustangs still return "strikers who are able to score," according to new head coach Steve Langley, who replaced the legendary Rock Basacco. Langley added the Mustangs will operate a very quick-striking offense.


Jock Talk with Andy Taylor

Gazette sports sat down with inaugural Purple Pipe winner Andy Taylor to do a little Q&A.


Purple Pipe: Andy Taylor

This week, Gazette sports announces its inaugural winner for the 2003-04 edition of the world renowned "Purple Pipe" award. Basically, the Pipe equates to an "Athlete of the Week" type honour. To qualify for the Pipe, an athlete has to have a standout week statistically or come through in the clutch for his or her team.


Dougie Gilmour retires as a Leaf

After 20 seasons in the National Hockey League, Doug Gilmour announced his retirement on Monday.

With the announcement came the end to an incredible career which started by being drafted in the seventh round of the NHL Draft in 1982.


MLB wild card race heats up, Gazette stays cool

Even though the NFL has just finished up its first week of the season, right now is a great time to be a baseball fan.

While football seems to garner the majority of attention around this time of year, some of the tightest playoff races in recent memory are shaping up for America's pastime.


Raptors follow Blue Jays

TORONTO (CP) - The maple leaf and the colour red, dropped from the logo design of the Toronto Blue Jays, are about to find a new home on the uniforms of the Toronto Raptors.


Gannett hates cameras

EAGLE, Colo. (AP) - Cameras will be banned from the courtroom during the preliminary hearing in Kobe Bryant's sexual assault case.
Court rules specifically prohibit cameras at pre-trial hearings in criminal cases except for initial advisements and arraignments, Eagle County Judge Frederick Gannett said Monday.

 

 

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